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Guidebook for Paris

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Guidebook for Paris

Food Scene
Quiet and beautiful terrace
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Le Bistrot des Dames
18 Rue des Dames
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Quiet and beautiful terrace
Cheap restaurants: Delicious, Korean cooking is worth going out of your way for. A great place to sample it is Bibimbap, by the Jardin des Plantes.
Bibimbap Restaurant
32 Boulevard de l'Hôpital
Cheap restaurants: Delicious, Korean cooking is worth going out of your way for. A great place to sample it is Bibimbap, by the Jardin des Plantes.
Cheap restaurants: opposite the Centre Pompidou, the Bistrot de Beaubourg serves traditional dishes at competitive prices.
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Bistrot Beaubourg
25 Rue Quincampoix
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Cheap restaurants: opposite the Centre Pompidou, the Bistrot de Beaubourg serves traditional dishes at competitive prices.
Cheap restaurants: At Bec Fin, generous portions of couscous are served at very modest prices. Choose from Berber couscous, roasted couscous, chicken couscous and beef couscous. This is an unmissable address for fans of oriental cuisine.
Le Bec Fin - Chez Saïd
15 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin
Cheap restaurants: At Bec Fin, generous portions of couscous are served at very modest prices. Choose from Berber couscous, roasted couscous, chicken couscous and beef couscous. This is an unmissable address for fans of oriental cuisine.
Cheap restaurants: Pasta to take away or eat in. Quick service. You choose everything: pasta cooked on site, sauces (a dozen on the menu), cheese and additional ingredients (fresh tomatoes, olives, fried onions, spices, herbs, etc.), a wide range of desserts ranging from delicious pastries (donuts, brownies, cookies) to lighter desserts (apple compote, fruit salad, fromage blanc) or more original desserts made daily on site (tiramisu, cupcakes, etc.).
Nooï
15 Rue Danielle Casanova
Cheap restaurants: Pasta to take away or eat in. Quick service. You choose everything: pasta cooked on site, sauces (a dozen on the menu), cheese and additional ingredients (fresh tomatoes, olives, fried onions, spices, herbs, etc.), a wide range of desserts ranging from delicious pastries (donuts, brownies, cookies) to lighter desserts (apple compote, fruit salad, fromage blanc) or more original desserts made daily on site (tiramisu, cupcakes, etc.).
Cheap restaurants: Pizza Rustica was created in 2007 by Italian gourmet chefs who wanted to bring the traditional rectangular pizza slice, originally invented in Rome, to Paris. Our team and service remain authentically Italian: friendly and dynamic. Our pizzas are made with extra virgin olive oil, today considered the very best in olive oil, for the very best taste experience! This is where the taste sensations were born!
Pizza Rustica
24 Rue Saint-André des Arts
Cheap restaurants: Pizza Rustica was created in 2007 by Italian gourmet chefs who wanted to bring the traditional rectangular pizza slice, originally invented in Rome, to Paris. Our team and service remain authentically Italian: friendly and dynamic. Our pizzas are made with extra virgin olive oil, today considered the very best in olive oil, for the very best taste experience! This is where the taste sensations were born!
Cheap restaurants: A sandwich for €1. The Goûtu offers fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches for the modest price of €1. Other more elaborated sandwiches cost up to 3 euros. On the menu: Egg Mimosa, cucumber, tomatoes, salad; Ham, butter, etc.
Goutu Peletier
51 Rue le Peletier
Cheap restaurants: A sandwich for €1. The Goûtu offers fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches for the modest price of €1. Other more elaborated sandwiches cost up to 3 euros. On the menu: Egg Mimosa, cucumber, tomatoes, salad; Ham, butter, etc.
Cheap restaurants: You only have to look at the queue outside to see how popular this modest establishment in rue Sainte-Anne is. No sashimi here, the focus is on popular family-style Japanese dishes at reasonable prices. Taste the ‘lamen’soup (wheat noodles) or ‘udon’ (rice noodles) at the counter, opposite the chefs, tuck into a katsudon (escalope of pork schnitzel on a bed of onions) or sauted noodles. The most popular Japanese canteen in rue Sainte-Anne.
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Higuma
32bis Rue Sainte-Anne
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Cheap restaurants: You only have to look at the queue outside to see how popular this modest establishment in rue Sainte-Anne is. No sashimi here, the focus is on popular family-style Japanese dishes at reasonable prices. Taste the ‘lamen’soup (wheat noodles) or ‘udon’ (rice noodles) at the counter, opposite the chefs, tuck into a katsudon (escalope of pork schnitzel on a bed of onions) or sauted noodles. The most popular Japanese canteen in rue Sainte-Anne.
Cheap restaurants: Il Goto is a little slice of Italy in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. Run by a couple of Italians passionate about food, this trattoria offers a brilliant menu, served in an understated, welcoming setting. On the menu: antipasti, carpaccio, gnoccis, etc, all at affordable prices.
Il Goto
212 Bis Rue de Charenton
Cheap restaurants: Il Goto is a little slice of Italy in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. Run by a couple of Italians passionate about food, this trattoria offers a brilliant menu, served in an understated, welcoming setting. On the menu: antipasti, carpaccio, gnoccis, etc, all at affordable prices.
Cheap restaurants: Specialists in Tonkinese soup! The Pho Banh Cuon 14 is one of the only places to serve this soup made from rice noodles and beef. And it’s a winning recipe: at all times, it is not uncommon to see customers queuing up outside this “Pho” soup temple.
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Phở Bánh Cuốn
129 Avenue de Choisy
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Cheap restaurants: Specialists in Tonkinese soup! The Pho Banh Cuon 14 is one of the only places to serve this soup made from rice noodles and beef. And it’s a winning recipe: at all times, it is not uncommon to see customers queuing up outside this “Pho” soup temple.
Cheap restaurants: Welcome to the most famous Chinese canteen in the Chinese district! Don't be put off by the queue, the fast turn-around or the proximity with others at your table! This is well-liked, home-style cooking at affordable prices. The menu offers no less than a hundred typical dishes from several Asian countries (China, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, etc.): soups, steamed specialities, noodles or fried rice dishes, roast meat, etc, at only a few euros. The success of the restaurant has led to the opening of another nearby. The decor is simple but effective with the seats arranged in tables of six, and the service is unbelievably fast
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Tricotin
15 Avenue de Choisy
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Cheap restaurants: Welcome to the most famous Chinese canteen in the Chinese district! Don't be put off by the queue, the fast turn-around or the proximity with others at your table! This is well-liked, home-style cooking at affordable prices. The menu offers no less than a hundred typical dishes from several Asian countries (China, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, etc.): soups, steamed specialities, noodles or fried rice dishes, roast meat, etc, at only a few euros. The success of the restaurant has led to the opening of another nearby. The decor is simple but effective with the seats arranged in tables of six, and the service is unbelievably fast
Cheap restaurants: This organic canteen has a refined style and the service couldn't be more attentive. Most of the pictures on the walls feature cows grazing in meadows. From the soups and salads to the cheeses and desserts, the cheeseburger and the red kuri squash risotto: everything is fresh, organic and home-made.
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Supernature
8-12-15 Rue de Trévise
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Cheap restaurants: This organic canteen has a refined style and the service couldn't be more attentive. Most of the pictures on the walls feature cows grazing in meadows. From the soups and salads to the cheeses and desserts, the cheeseburger and the red kuri squash risotto: everything is fresh, organic and home-made.
Cheap restaurants: The rue Saint-Anne has a reputation for good Japanese restaurants. The Yasube is no exception and offers traditional cuisine in a zen and simple decor. The classics of Japanese cuisine await you: bento, tempura, skewers, grills, sushi ... In the evening, the scenery is complete with the opportunity to dine on Japanese tatami mats.
Yasube
9 Rue Sainte-Anne
Cheap restaurants: The rue Saint-Anne has a reputation for good Japanese restaurants. The Yasube is no exception and offers traditional cuisine in a zen and simple decor. The classics of Japanese cuisine await you: bento, tempura, skewers, grills, sushi ... In the evening, the scenery is complete with the opportunity to dine on Japanese tatami mats.
Pantin
Parks & Nature
The Parc Clichy-Batignolles or Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther King is a green space in Paris' 17th arrondissement (district). It is part of a project to transform 54 hectares of land formerly occupied by freight yards for the French railway company SNCF.[1] The park will eventually cover 10.8 ha, and 4 ha have been open to the public since 2007. When finished (scheduled for around 2015),[2] it will be the largest green space in the 17th arrondissement, as well as the 8th biggest park in Paris. It is located in the Batignolles district, also extending into Épinettes. The main entrance is at 172 rue Cardinet and the nearest Métro station is Brochant.[3] Recreation facilities includ
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Parc Martin Luther King
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The Parc Clichy-Batignolles or Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther King is a green space in Paris' 17th arrondissement (district). It is part of a project to transform 54 hectares of land formerly occupied by freight yards for the French railway company SNCF.[1] The park will eventually cover 10.8 ha, and 4 ha have been open to the public since 2007. When finished (scheduled for around 2015),[2] it will be the largest green space in the 17th arrondissement, as well as the 8th biggest park in Paris. It is located in the Batignolles district, also extending into Épinettes. The main entrance is at 172 rue Cardinet and the nearest Métro station is Brochant.[3] Recreation facilities includ
A few steps away from the Parc Martin Luther King is another not-to-be-missed green space in the 17th arrondissement: the Square des Batignolles, with its grotto, waterfall, river and pond. The spot is an ideal starting point from which to explore the surrounding neighbourhood. Les Batignolles, with their bustling shopping streets (Rue des Dames, Rue de Lévis, etc.), the church, covered market and organic market provide the area with a pleasant atmosphere and a special charm.
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Square des Batignolles
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A few steps away from the Parc Martin Luther King is another not-to-be-missed green space in the 17th arrondissement: the Square des Batignolles, with its grotto, waterfall, river and pond. The spot is an ideal starting point from which to explore the surrounding neighbourhood. Les Batignolles, with their bustling shopping streets (Rue des Dames, Rue de Lévis, etc.), the church, covered market and organic market provide the area with a pleasant atmosphere and a special charm.
Separating the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, the Jardin des Tuileries was designed by André Le Nôtre, famous royal gardener (he created the gardens of the Château de Versailles) to accompany the Palais des Tuileries, which was burnt down in 1871. Favorite meeting place among the Parisians, the Jardin Des Tuileries is not only very pleasant, with its large alleys and its fountains, but it also has statues made by the greatest French sculptors like Rodin or Maillol! It is also close to the Musée de l’Orangerie, where you will find the famous Water Lilies by Monet. The entrance to the park is free. Opening hours: From 7:30 am to 7:30 pm.
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Jardin des Tuileries
113 Rue de Rivoli
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Separating the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, the Jardin des Tuileries was designed by André Le Nôtre, famous royal gardener (he created the gardens of the Château de Versailles) to accompany the Palais des Tuileries, which was burnt down in 1871. Favorite meeting place among the Parisians, the Jardin Des Tuileries is not only very pleasant, with its large alleys and its fountains, but it also has statues made by the greatest French sculptors like Rodin or Maillol! It is also close to the Musée de l’Orangerie, where you will find the famous Water Lilies by Monet. The entrance to the park is free. Opening hours: From 7:30 am to 7:30 pm.
Located in the northeast region of Paris, the Buttes Chaumont Park is one of the biggest parks of Paris. Its setting in a pit gives you access to some beautiful views of the city, especially of the Montmartre neighbourhood. With its caves and cascades, it might make you forget that you’re still in Paris! You will easily be able to organize a picnic in the park with your family or friends. The entrance of the park is free. Opening hours: The Buttes Chaumont Park is open every day from 7 am to 10 pm in summer and 8 pm in winter. Access: 1, rue Botzaris, 75019 Paris. Metro Buttes Chaumont (line 7 bis)
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Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
1 Rue Botzaris
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Located in the northeast region of Paris, the Buttes Chaumont Park is one of the biggest parks of Paris. Its setting in a pit gives you access to some beautiful views of the city, especially of the Montmartre neighbourhood. With its caves and cascades, it might make you forget that you’re still in Paris! You will easily be able to organize a picnic in the park with your family or friends. The entrance of the park is free. Opening hours: The Buttes Chaumont Park is open every day from 7 am to 10 pm in summer and 8 pm in winter. Access: 1, rue Botzaris, 75019 Paris. Metro Buttes Chaumont (line 7 bis)
If you need one reason to hop on the Transilien and come to this park, it’s for the romantic panorama of Paris from the terrace at La Lanterne. When the weather is clear you can pick out the individual landmarks on the horizon. But there’s more besides the view: The gardens in the Parc de Saint-Cloud were plotted by none other than André Le Nôtre, who earned his place in history designing the grounds at Versailles. This terraced parterre was for the royal Château de Saint-Cloud, obliterated in the Franco-Prussian War and now marked out by rows of yew topiaries.
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Parc de Saint-Cloud
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If you need one reason to hop on the Transilien and come to this park, it’s for the romantic panorama of Paris from the terrace at La Lanterne. When the weather is clear you can pick out the individual landmarks on the horizon. But there’s more besides the view: The gardens in the Parc de Saint-Cloud were plotted by none other than André Le Nôtre, who earned his place in history designing the grounds at Versailles. This terraced parterre was for the royal Château de Saint-Cloud, obliterated in the Franco-Prussian War and now marked out by rows of yew topiaries.
If you’re visiting Courbevoie with children then the Jardin d’Acclimatation isn’t the only day out nearby. You could venture into the enormous Bois de Boulogne, which is spread over 845 hectares. Here, the Lac Inferieur offers boat rental, and you can row out to the island at the centre where there’s a monument to Napoleon III, who ordered the park’s transformation in the 1850s. There’s also the Château de Bagatelle, a compact but cultivated hunting lodge for royalty when they were in the Bois de Boulogne. The formal gardens are as refined as ever and even have peacocks roaming in them.
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Boulogneský lesík
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If you’re visiting Courbevoie with children then the Jardin d’Acclimatation isn’t the only day out nearby. You could venture into the enormous Bois de Boulogne, which is spread over 845 hectares. Here, the Lac Inferieur offers boat rental, and you can row out to the island at the centre where there’s a monument to Napoleon III, who ordered the park’s transformation in the 1850s. There’s also the Château de Bagatelle, a compact but cultivated hunting lodge for royalty when they were in the Bois de Boulogne. The formal gardens are as refined as ever and even have peacocks roaming in them.
By car or metro you won’t need more than a few minutes to get to this attraction on the northern cusp of the Bois de Boulogne. This is music to children’s ears as they’ll be treated to rollercoasters, fairground rides, a miniature train, mini golf and animal attractions. The Jardin d’Acclimatation was opened by Napoleon III in 1860 and still has an traditional air about it: There are landscaped gardens, many of the buildings go back to the 19th century and a lot of the entertainment is old-school and innocent, so think pony rides and puppet shows.
Ligne du jardin d'acclimatation
By car or metro you won’t need more than a few minutes to get to this attraction on the northern cusp of the Bois de Boulogne. This is music to children’s ears as they’ll be treated to rollercoasters, fairground rides, a miniature train, mini golf and animal attractions. The Jardin d’Acclimatation was opened by Napoleon III in 1860 and still has an traditional air about it: There are landscaped gardens, many of the buildings go back to the 19th century and a lot of the entertainment is old-school and innocent, so think pony rides and puppet shows.
On the right bank of the Seine is a fun little souvenir from the Ancien Régime. The Folie Saint-James is a house and Anglo-Chinese garden ordered by Claude Baudard de Saint James, the Treasurer of the French Navy in the late 1770s. He gave the architect permission to do whatever he wanted, provided the it was expensive! And the outlandish result is a miniature mountain in the centre of the garden with rocks that would have been transported here at huge cost. At the foot is a Doric temple and pond, and inside there used to be a network of tunnels covered with glimmering crystals.
Folie Saint James
On the right bank of the Seine is a fun little souvenir from the Ancien Régime. The Folie Saint-James is a house and Anglo-Chinese garden ordered by Claude Baudard de Saint James, the Treasurer of the French Navy in the late 1770s. He gave the architect permission to do whatever he wanted, provided the it was expensive! And the outlandish result is a miniature mountain in the centre of the garden with rocks that would have been transported here at huge cost. At the foot is a Doric temple and pond, and inside there used to be a network of tunnels covered with glimmering crystals.
Sightseeing
Hřbitov Batignolles
8 rue saint just
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Cité des Fleurs
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Catholic Church of Saint-Joseph des Épinettes
Cité Lemercier
Biggest cemetery of Paris, le Père Lachaise cemetery is also one of the most famous of the world. Many celebrities are buried there, like Edith Piaf, Eugène Delacroix, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Jean de la Fontaine or Molière. You will then be able to pay your respects to these icons! The Père Lachaise cemetery is open every day from 8 am to 5:30 pm (the hours may vary) and the entrance is free. Access: 16, rue du Repos, 75020 Paris. Metro Philippe Auguste (line 2) For more information on the opening hours of the Père Lachaise cemetery, you can check the official website of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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Hřbitov Père-Lachaise
16 Rue du Repos
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Biggest cemetery of Paris, le Père Lachaise cemetery is also one of the most famous of the world. Many celebrities are buried there, like Edith Piaf, Eugène Delacroix, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Jean de la Fontaine or Molière. You will then be able to pay your respects to these icons! The Père Lachaise cemetery is open every day from 8 am to 5:30 pm (the hours may vary) and the entrance is free. Access: 16, rue du Repos, 75020 Paris. Metro Philippe Auguste (line 2) For more information on the opening hours of the Père Lachaise cemetery, you can check the official website of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Built after the Franco-German war of 1870, the Sacré-Coeur basilica was to be dedicated to the Heart of the Christ. Indeed, it was supposed to expiate the sins committed by the French people during the war. Located at the top of the Montmartre Hill, the Sacré-Coeur is the second most visited religious monument, right behind the Notre-Dame cathedral. Not only is the inside absolutely stunning, with its white stones and the painting of the Christ inside the Heart, but the view from the top of Montmartre is breathtaking! The Sacré-Coeur basilica is open every day with no exceptions, from 6 am to 10:30 pm and the entrance is free. Access: Metro Anvers (line 2) or Abbesses (line 12) then take
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Parvis du Sacré-Cœur
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Built after the Franco-German war of 1870, the Sacré-Coeur basilica was to be dedicated to the Heart of the Christ. Indeed, it was supposed to expiate the sins committed by the French people during the war. Located at the top of the Montmartre Hill, the Sacré-Coeur is the second most visited religious monument, right behind the Notre-Dame cathedral. Not only is the inside absolutely stunning, with its white stones and the painting of the Christ inside the Heart, but the view from the top of Montmartre is breathtaking! The Sacré-Coeur basilica is open every day with no exceptions, from 6 am to 10:30 pm and the entrance is free. Access: Metro Anvers (line 2) or Abbesses (line 12) then take
An absolute masterpiece, the Château de Versailles is the symbol of the French monarchy and used to be the home of the Sun King Louis XIV as well as his descendants Louis XV and Louis XVI. Originally a simple hunting pavilion for King Louis XIII, it was transformed into the marvel it is today under Louis XIV’s orders as a means to establish dominance over the nobles and to leave his trace upon the world. Spend a day out of time by visiting the Château de Versailles, but also its gardens, the Petit Trianon, the Grand Trianon and the Hameau de la Reine! The Castle is open every day except on Monday, from 9 AM to 6:30 PM. The Trianons and the Hameau only open at noon.
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Château de Versailles
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An absolute masterpiece, the Château de Versailles is the symbol of the French monarchy and used to be the home of the Sun King Louis XIV as well as his descendants Louis XV and Louis XVI. Originally a simple hunting pavilion for King Louis XIII, it was transformed into the marvel it is today under Louis XIV’s orders as a means to establish dominance over the nobles and to leave his trace upon the world. Spend a day out of time by visiting the Château de Versailles, but also its gardens, the Petit Trianon, the Grand Trianon and the Hameau de la Reine! The Castle is open every day except on Monday, from 9 AM to 6:30 PM. The Trianons and the Hameau only open at noon.
Synonymous with Parisian glamour, the Champs-Élysées cuts through one of the city’s most exclusive districts, studded with luxury hotels and top fashion boutiques. The avenue forms part of a grand, 9km-long axis that extends from the Louvre, at the heart of the city, to the Grande Arche de la Défense, in the west. Referred to as the Voie Triomphale, or Triumphal Way, it offers impressive vistas all along its length and incorporates some of the city’s most famous landmarks – not only the Champs-Élysées but also the Tuileries gardens, place de la Concorde, and the Arc de Triomphe.
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Champs-Élysées
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Synonymous with Parisian glamour, the Champs-Élysées cuts through one of the city’s most exclusive districts, studded with luxury hotels and top fashion boutiques. The avenue forms part of a grand, 9km-long axis that extends from the Louvre, at the heart of the city, to the Grande Arche de la Défense, in the west. Referred to as the Voie Triomphale, or Triumphal Way, it offers impressive vistas all along its length and incorporates some of the city’s most famous landmarks – not only the Champs-Élysées but also the Tuileries gardens, place de la Concorde, and the Arc de Triomphe.
Another symbol of the French power, the Arc de Triomphe was ordered by Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate the victory of the Battle of Austerlitz in 1806. Today it commemorates the First World War and holds the flame of the Unknown Soldier. The Arc de Triomphe also overlooks Paris, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées in particular, known to be the most beautiful avenue in the whole world. The Champs-Elysées are also great for shopping, because they gather the biggest French and international brands!
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L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile
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Another symbol of the French power, the Arc de Triomphe was ordered by Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate the victory of the Battle of Austerlitz in 1806. Today it commemorates the First World War and holds the flame of the Unknown Soldier. The Arc de Triomphe also overlooks Paris, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées in particular, known to be the most beautiful avenue in the whole world. The Champs-Elysées are also great for shopping, because they gather the biggest French and international brands!
Visiting the iconic symbol of Paris usually ranks as the number one thing to do for most tourists. Towering more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high in the Champ de Mars park, this iron structure was constructed for the 1889 World Exposition. One of the world’s most photographed tourist attractions, the Eiffel Tower presents an excellent photography opportunity for both day and night times. Visitors can ride the elevator to see incredible views of the city or dine in one of the two fine restaurants that are situated within the tower.
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Tour Eiffel - Parc du Champ-de-Mars
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Visiting the iconic symbol of Paris usually ranks as the number one thing to do for most tourists. Towering more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high in the Champ de Mars park, this iron structure was constructed for the 1889 World Exposition. One of the world’s most photographed tourist attractions, the Eiffel Tower presents an excellent photography opportunity for both day and night times. Visitors can ride the elevator to see incredible views of the city or dine in one of the two fine restaurants that are situated within the tower.
Great for people watching at any time of the day - particularly in summer when everyone sits by the canal in the late afternoon with wine and cheese for impromptu evening picnics. Lots of good coffee spots, restaurants, bars and shops in the streets close by.
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Canal Saint-Martin
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Great for people watching at any time of the day - particularly in summer when everyone sits by the canal in the late afternoon with wine and cheese for impromptu evening picnics. Lots of good coffee spots, restaurants, bars and shops in the streets close by.
Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris. It is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance. Originally introduced as a seductive dance by the courtesans who operated from the site, the can-can dance revue evolved into a form of entertainment of its own and led to the introduction of cabarets across Europe. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world. The club's decor still contains much of the romance of fin de siècle France. Stop Metro line 2 "Blanche" Bus : 2, 30, 54, 68, 74
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Moulin Rouge
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Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris. It is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance. Originally introduced as a seductive dance by the courtesans who operated from the site, the can-can dance revue evolved into a form of entertainment of its own and led to the introduction of cabarets across Europe. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world. The club's decor still contains much of the romance of fin de siècle France. Stop Metro line 2 "Blanche" Bus : 2, 30, 54, 68, 74
Shopping
Lively and cosmopolitan, Place de Clichy is conveniently located at the crossroads of four districts (8th, 9th, 17th and 18th). Fully refurbished in late 2010, it is favoured by pedestrians and cyclists. Day and night, Parisians love to come here for lunch, dinner or a drink in one of the many restaurants lining it. Cinema fans always find the screening of their choice in one of the theaters in the area. The square is also the starting point of several essential walks in Paris: the Montmartre district (Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur, Place du Tertre, cemetery), Batignolles district (square, covered food market) ... all this under the watchful eye of Maréchal Moncey who's statue, at the centre
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Place de Clichy
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Lively and cosmopolitan, Place de Clichy is conveniently located at the crossroads of four districts (8th, 9th, 17th and 18th). Fully refurbished in late 2010, it is favoured by pedestrians and cyclists. Day and night, Parisians love to come here for lunch, dinner or a drink in one of the many restaurants lining it. Cinema fans always find the screening of their choice in one of the theaters in the area. The square is also the starting point of several essential walks in Paris: the Montmartre district (Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur, Place du Tertre, cemetery), Batignolles district (square, covered food market) ... all this under the watchful eye of Maréchal Moncey who's statue, at the centre
The Batignolles covered market takes place 6 days a week in a building dating back to 1979. It has several stalls selling food to go (Lebanese, Moroccan, African, etc.) Italian and Iberian products and some non-food stands (jewellery, gifts, repairs, etc.).
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Covered Market Batignolles
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The Batignolles covered market takes place 6 days a week in a building dating back to 1979. It has several stalls selling food to go (Lebanese, Moroccan, African, etc.) Italian and Iberian products and some non-food stands (jewellery, gifts, repairs, etc.).
Considered to be a monument, the department stores of the Boulevard Haussmann gather the Galeries Lafayette and the Printemps Haussmann and make the first shopping center in Europe. You will find there every major brand, whether it be clothes, shoes, leather goods, perfumes or jewelry wise… Whatever you’re looking for, you are guaranteed to find it! You will also have the opportunity to witness the great architecture, and you will even be able to go to the roof of the Galeries Lafayette and enjoy a beautiful view of Paris. Opening hours: from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm from Monday to Saturday and from 11 am to 7 pm on Sunday. Access: Boulevard Haussmann, metro Chaussée d’Antin – La Fayette
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Galeries Lafayette Haussmann
40 Boulevard Haussmann
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Considered to be a monument, the department stores of the Boulevard Haussmann gather the Galeries Lafayette and the Printemps Haussmann and make the first shopping center in Europe. You will find there every major brand, whether it be clothes, shoes, leather goods, perfumes or jewelry wise… Whatever you’re looking for, you are guaranteed to find it! You will also have the opportunity to witness the great architecture, and you will even be able to go to the roof of the Galeries Lafayette and enjoy a beautiful view of Paris. Opening hours: from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm from Monday to Saturday and from 11 am to 7 pm on Sunday. Access: Boulevard Haussmann, metro Chaussée d’Antin – La Fayette
One of the world’s shopping and fashion capitals is a quick ride away on the Métro, but La Défense competes well in this respect too. In fact it has the most visited shopping mall in France, Les Quatre Temps, which pulls in a staggering 50 million shoppers a year. The size of this mall is also mind-boggling, with 300 stores over four levels for almost any popular brand you can name, from Sephora to Uniqlo. And it goes without saying that all these shops are complemented by a whole directory of restaurants and leisure facilities including a 16-screen UGC cinema.
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Westfield Les 4 Temps
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One of the world’s shopping and fashion capitals is a quick ride away on the Métro, but La Défense competes well in this respect too. In fact it has the most visited shopping mall in France, Les Quatre Temps, which pulls in a staggering 50 million shoppers a year. The size of this mall is also mind-boggling, with 300 stores over four levels for almost any popular brand you can name, from Sephora to Uniqlo. And it goes without saying that all these shops are complemented by a whole directory of restaurants and leisure facilities including a 16-screen UGC cinema.
Shopping Mall & Rooftop Terrace: You can see the hill of Montmartre up close, so close it’s as if you can almost touch it. On the other side is the Eiffel Tower – there are Parisian icons and amazing rooftops in every direction. You’ll have amazing views no matter where you choose to sit! Special tip Don't take a pram as the escalator to the last floor is quite narrow and you’ll need to fold it up. Similarly, there’s no disabled access.
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Printemps Haussmann
64 Boulevard Haussmann
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Shopping Mall & Rooftop Terrace: You can see the hill of Montmartre up close, so close it’s as if you can almost touch it. On the other side is the Eiffel Tower – there are Parisian icons and amazing rooftops in every direction. You’ll have amazing views no matter where you choose to sit! Special tip Don't take a pram as the escalator to the last floor is quite narrow and you’ll need to fold it up. Similarly, there’s no disabled access.
New parisian shopping mall with french deco and fashion brands, cinemas, restaurants, cafes, and a big M&S food store. Don't miss the Pâtisserie des Rêves (talented pastry chef Philippe Conticini) and ask for their iconic Paris-Brest (not cheap but inforgettable !).
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Rue Beaugrenelle
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New parisian shopping mall with french deco and fashion brands, cinemas, restaurants, cafes, and a big M&S food store. Don't miss the Pâtisserie des Rêves (talented pastry chef Philippe Conticini) and ask for their iconic Paris-Brest (not cheap but inforgettable !).
Drinks & Nightlife
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Le Wepler
14 Place de Clichy
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Cinéma des Cinéastes
7 Avenue de Clichy
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Le Bistrot des Cinéastes (location de salle)
7 Avenue de Clichy
Incredible rooftof and view of Paris
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Terrass Hotel
12-14 Rue Joseph de Maistre
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Incredible rooftof and view of Paris
Though the name alludes to the neighborhood’s somewhat scandalous past, the only lascivious woman you’ll find here is the one pictured in the large central painting in this Polynesian cocktail bar, where the drinks are delicious and the value for money impressive.
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Dirty Dick
10 Rue Frochot
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Though the name alludes to the neighborhood’s somewhat scandalous past, the only lascivious woman you’ll find here is the one pictured in the large central painting in this Polynesian cocktail bar, where the drinks are delicious and the value for money impressive.
With its nice terrace, wide selection of teas and coffees, cozy ambiance and metal-and-wood Arte Povera design, KB Cafeshop has earned a name as a neighborhood must. Its organic brunch also pulls in a crowd.
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KB CaféShop
53 Avenue Trudaine
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With its nice terrace, wide selection of teas and coffees, cozy ambiance and metal-and-wood Arte Povera design, KB Cafeshop has earned a name as a neighborhood must. Its organic brunch also pulls in a crowd.
L’Inter," as it’s often dubbed, puts on up to three concerts each evening, with an eclectic lineup: folk, rock, pop, hip-hop, electro, world music, French chanson and more. Free concerts, affordable drinks and a long happy hour, from 6 to 9 p.m.: everything you need for a great night out!
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L'International
5/7 Rue Moret
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L’Inter," as it’s often dubbed, puts on up to three concerts each evening, with an eclectic lineup: folk, rock, pop, hip-hop, electro, world music, French chanson and more. Free concerts, affordable drinks and a long happy hour, from 6 to 9 p.m.: everything you need for a great night out!
Now this is one amped-up bar! Les Disquaires, is the land of records and home to those who like to groove: DJs and concerts ranging from jazz to hip-hop are on the lineup almost every night. On certain nights hors-d’oeuvres are on the house, and it’s crowd’s choice for music!
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Les Disquaires
4-6 Rue des Taillandiers
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Now this is one amped-up bar! Les Disquaires, is the land of records and home to those who like to groove: DJs and concerts ranging from jazz to hip-hop are on the lineup almost every night. On certain nights hors-d’oeuvres are on the house, and it’s crowd’s choice for music!
With its old yet authentic decoration (long live the brown Formica of the 1970s), big, welcoming tables and affordable prices, Le Mauri7 is an institution! Things get wild on the weekend… The perfect place for a drink with friends.
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Le Mauri 7
46 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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With its old yet authentic decoration (long live the brown Formica of the 1970s), big, welcoming tables and affordable prices, Le Mauri7 is an institution! Things get wild on the weekend… The perfect place for a drink with friends.
Comrades, raise a glass! In the middle of this working-class neighborhood, behind a window covered in union posters, Le Syndicat stands and defends the art of traditional French spirits! The bar gives our grandparents’ favorite tipples pride of place! A piece of advice: try “Le Sudiste” cocktail and you’re sure to hear cicadas singing, whatever the weather.
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Le Syndicat
51 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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Comrades, raise a glass! In the middle of this working-class neighborhood, behind a window covered in union posters, Le Syndicat stands and defends the art of traditional French spirits! The bar gives our grandparents’ favorite tipples pride of place! A piece of advice: try “Le Sudiste” cocktail and you’re sure to hear cicadas singing, whatever the weather.
This is not just another hip bar, it’s the hippest bistro in Paris! Its reputation has made its way around the world, and it’s easy to see why: at Chez Jeannette you’ll find a mixed crowd there to enjoy the period bar and the extensive, inexpensive wine list.
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Chez Jeannette
47 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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This is not just another hip bar, it’s the hippest bistro in Paris! Its reputation has made its way around the world, and it’s easy to see why: at Chez Jeannette you’ll find a mixed crowd there to enjoy the period bar and the extensive, inexpensive wine list.
The door may be little, but you’re in for a big surprise! If you’re into cocktails and sophisticated liquors and can dig a mysterious yet friendly atmosphere, don’t miss this charming (nearly) clandestine bar, voted among the best in the world every year…
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Little Red Door
60 Rue Charlot
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The door may be little, but you’re in for a big surprise! If you’re into cocktails and sophisticated liquors and can dig a mysterious yet friendly atmosphere, don’t miss this charming (nearly) clandestine bar, voted among the best in the world every year…
They say this bar holds a hidden treasure. Here’s the scoop: it’s a beautiful vaulted cellar where wild parties attract those who appreciate good cocktails, Basque charcuterie, gourmet cheeses (the truffle-infused gouda is divine) and Spanish wines—all at amazingly reasonable prices.
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Max y Jeremy
6 Rue Charles-François Dupuis
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They say this bar holds a hidden treasure. Here’s the scoop: it’s a beautiful vaulted cellar where wild parties attract those who appreciate good cocktails, Basque charcuterie, gourmet cheeses (the truffle-infused gouda is divine) and Spanish wines—all at amazingly reasonable prices.
A mandatory stop! To enter the intimate bar and enjoy its Mexican ambiance, find the hidden door at the back of the taqueria. Rumor has it their margaritas are the best in the capital… And if you’re into star sightings, Kim Kardashian has been seen here with her family.
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Candelaria
52 Rue de Saintonge
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A mandatory stop! To enter the intimate bar and enjoy its Mexican ambiance, find the hidden door at the back of the taqueria. Rumor has it their margaritas are the best in the capital… And if you’re into star sightings, Kim Kardashian has been seen here with her family.
A concert hall, restaurant & much more La Bellevilloise invites you to relax with its wooden tables and Chesterfield couches, tropical plants including centenary olive trees, people talking all around the bar and talented artists on stage. It's the place to go for sipping cocktails, seeing an exhibition, listening to live music, enjoying homemade meals and partying in alternative style.
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La Bellevilloise
19-21 Rue Boyer
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A concert hall, restaurant & much more La Bellevilloise invites you to relax with its wooden tables and Chesterfield couches, tropical plants including centenary olive trees, people talking all around the bar and talented artists on stage. It's the place to go for sipping cocktails, seeing an exhibition, listening to live music, enjoying homemade meals and partying in alternative style.
Nice place for going out in Paris, as this musical bar is located right in the middle of Parc des Buttes Chaumont. The house is a 19th century "ginguette" style house. Many tables outside with park view. Very nice, friendly atmosphere, mix of locals and foreign people, gay and straight, all ages. Music is a bit cheesy but fosters as well to the "relax & enjoy" atmosphere
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Rosa Bonheur
2 Avenue de la Cascade
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Nice place for going out in Paris, as this musical bar is located right in the middle of Parc des Buttes Chaumont. The house is a 19th century "ginguette" style house. Many tables outside with park view. Very nice, friendly atmosphere, mix of locals and foreign people, gay and straight, all ages. Music is a bit cheesy but fosters as well to the "relax & enjoy" atmosphere
Time out : An enormously popular new bar in Menilmontant, opened on a huge rooftop with a 360 degree view of the capital. Despite ‘speakeasy’ pretentions (the street entrance is unmarked), the place is becoming a victim of its own success, with queues out of the front door to be endured before you take the lift to the 7th floor. But once you do make it up there, you’ll find a vast space surrounding a handsome bar, comfortable sofas strewn with cushions, colourful plants and scented herbs planted in pots around the seats or hung from railings.
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Le Perchoir
14 Rue Crespin du Gast
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Time out : An enormously popular new bar in Menilmontant, opened on a huge rooftop with a 360 degree view of the capital. Despite ‘speakeasy’ pretentions (the street entrance is unmarked), the place is becoming a victim of its own success, with queues out of the front door to be endured before you take the lift to the 7th floor. But once you do make it up there, you’ll find a vast space surrounding a handsome bar, comfortable sofas strewn with cushions, colourful plants and scented herbs planted in pots around the seats or hung from railings.
The infamous Café de Flore is perched quaintly in the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the corner of the Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Rue St. Benoitand. It is praised by visitors from around the globe for its ambient atmosphere, delicious dishes and it being the perfect place to lose yourself whilst watching the passers by. If you aske yourself about where to eat in Paris – this place could be the answer. Café de Flore is the place to see, and be seen. The fact that it is packed both day and night simply reflects the popularity of the place and also gives it a brilliant buzz of life.
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Café de Flore
172 Boulevard Saint-Germain
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The infamous Café de Flore is perched quaintly in the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the corner of the Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Rue St. Benoitand. It is praised by visitors from around the globe for its ambient atmosphere, delicious dishes and it being the perfect place to lose yourself whilst watching the passers by. If you aske yourself about where to eat in Paris – this place could be the answer. Café de Flore is the place to see, and be seen. The fact that it is packed both day and night simply reflects the popularity of the place and also gives it a brilliant buzz of life.
Arts & Culture
The Centre Pompidou's 40-year-old post-modern design that was so shocking when it was first built – criss-crossing primary coloured pipes and a diagonally rising tube escalator – still stands out today. The gargantuan edifice houses a significant collection of modern art, as well as a a café, art shop and library. The programming is generally excellent and in 2018 includes a Cubism retrospective and an exhibition on Chagall and the Russian avant-garde.
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Centre Georges Pompidou
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The Centre Pompidou's 40-year-old post-modern design that was so shocking when it was first built – criss-crossing primary coloured pipes and a diagonally rising tube escalator – still stands out today. The gargantuan edifice houses a significant collection of modern art, as well as a a café, art shop and library. The programming is generally excellent and in 2018 includes a Cubism retrospective and an exhibition on Chagall and the Russian avant-garde.
Royal residence for 300 years, the Palais du Louvre has been hosting the Louvre Museum since 1793. Gathering thousands of pieces of artwork from Ancient Egypt to the Romantic Period, the Louvre is the symbol of the History of France. You will find there some classic works, like Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, Géricault’s Raft of the Medusa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace or even the Venus de Milo. The Louvre Museum is open every day except on Tuesdays, from 9 am to 6 pm. On Wednesdays and Fridays, the museum closes at 9:45 pm. Prices: The full price ticket costs 15€ but the entrance is free for people under 26 years old and living in the Euro
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Musée du Louvre
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Royal residence for 300 years, the Palais du Louvre has been hosting the Louvre Museum since 1793. Gathering thousands of pieces of artwork from Ancient Egypt to the Romantic Period, the Louvre is the symbol of the History of France. You will find there some classic works, like Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, Géricault’s Raft of the Medusa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace or even the Venus de Milo. The Louvre Museum is open every day except on Tuesdays, from 9 am to 6 pm. On Wednesdays and Fridays, the museum closes at 9:45 pm. Prices: The full price ticket costs 15€ but the entrance is free for people under 26 years old and living in the Euro
In the western 16th Arrondissement, on the other side of the Bois de Boulogne from Courbevoie, is the greatest Monet museum in the world. And that is no exaggeration: In 1966 Michel Monet, the artist’s son , left his collection of his father’s works to the museum, instantly giving it the largest collection of Monet’s works anywhere. What’s so special about this exhibition is that you can track every phase of Monet’s career, and see the epochal, Impression, Sunrise. Michel Monet’s one of several donations in the 20th century that lavished impressionist art on the museum. So Monet is accompanied by Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Manet, Signac, Pissarro and lots more.
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Musée Marmottan Monet
2 Rue Louis Boilly
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In the western 16th Arrondissement, on the other side of the Bois de Boulogne from Courbevoie, is the greatest Monet museum in the world. And that is no exaggeration: In 1966 Michel Monet, the artist’s son , left his collection of his father’s works to the museum, instantly giving it the largest collection of Monet’s works anywhere. What’s so special about this exhibition is that you can track every phase of Monet’s career, and see the epochal, Impression, Sunrise. Michel Monet’s one of several donations in the 20th century that lavished impressionist art on the museum. So Monet is accompanied by Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Manet, Signac, Pissarro and lots more.
Although you’ll be instinctively looking towards Paris for sightseeing, there’s also lots to see in the western outskirts. If the traffic is quiet you can reach this outstanding Imperial palace in around ten minutes. For a time at the start of the 19th century the château even shared the seat of the French government with the Tuileries, while it was Napoleon’s final residence before he went into exile after the 100 Days. The woman who will forever be linked with Malmaison is Joséphine de Beauharnais, the first wife of Napoleon. She lived at this property from 1799 up to her death in 1814, and invested huge amounts of cash on its grounds and interiors.
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Château de Malmaison
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Although you’ll be instinctively looking towards Paris for sightseeing, there’s also lots to see in the western outskirts. If the traffic is quiet you can reach this outstanding Imperial palace in around ten minutes. For a time at the start of the 19th century the château even shared the seat of the French government with the Tuileries, while it was Napoleon’s final residence before he went into exile after the 100 Days. The woman who will forever be linked with Malmaison is Joséphine de Beauharnais, the first wife of Napoleon. She lived at this property from 1799 up to her death in 1814, and invested huge amounts of cash on its grounds and interiors.
Also on your doorstep is one of the newest cultural attractions in the city, and it’s pretty hard to miss. The museum was designed by Frank Gehry, and despite only being here since 2014 has recently been transformed. The vaulting canopies suspended over the main structure of the building have been given a multicoloured makeover by the French conceptual artist Daniel Buren. The collection inside is enriched by works from the big names in contemporary art, like Gilbert & George, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Jeff Coons. There are also installations by the likes of Olafur Eliasson and Ellsworth Kelly, as well as a permanent show about the project to construct this striking building.
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Fondation Louis Vuitton
8 Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi
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Also on your doorstep is one of the newest cultural attractions in the city, and it’s pretty hard to miss. The museum was designed by Frank Gehry, and despite only being here since 2014 has recently been transformed. The vaulting canopies suspended over the main structure of the building have been given a multicoloured makeover by the French conceptual artist Daniel Buren. The collection inside is enriched by works from the big names in contemporary art, like Gilbert & George, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Jeff Coons. There are also installations by the likes of Olafur Eliasson and Ellsworth Kelly, as well as a permanent show about the project to construct this striking building.
Also from the Exposition Universelle in 1878 is the Pavillon des Indes. This enchanting pavilion was actually commissioned by the future Edward VII, then the Prince of Wales, to represent British India at the exhibition. As with the Musée Roybet Fould pavilion it was originally set on the Champ de Mars in front of the Military Academy. They were both transferred to Corbevoie’s Parc de Bécon in the 1880s where the Pavilion des Indes remains protected as a “monument historique”. After falling into disrepair the pavilion was restored in 2013 and reopened as an atelier and gallery for emerging young artists, together with a small exhibition about Courbevoie during the Third Republic.
Pavillon des Indes
Also from the Exposition Universelle in 1878 is the Pavillon des Indes. This enchanting pavilion was actually commissioned by the future Edward VII, then the Prince of Wales, to represent British India at the exhibition. As with the Musée Roybet Fould pavilion it was originally set on the Champ de Mars in front of the Military Academy. They were both transferred to Corbevoie’s Parc de Bécon in the 1880s where the Pavilion des Indes remains protected as a “monument historique”. After falling into disrepair the pavilion was restored in 2013 and reopened as an atelier and gallery for emerging young artists, together with a small exhibition about Courbevoie during the Third Republic.
A forgotten fragment of Paris history, the venue for this museum is the wooden pavilion built by Norway and Sweden for the Exposition Universelle in 1878. It’s a fusion of the old and new, because it’s in a traditional Scandinavian-style house, while also standing as an early piece of prefab architecture. The permanent displays inside are mostly from the time that the pavilion was built. And as the museum’s name suggests these entail paintings by Ferdinand Roybet and Consuelo Fould. On top of that there are paintings and sculptures by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, and lots of riveting little curios from the 19th century, like toys, dolls, postcards and posters.
Roybet Fould Museum
178 Boulevard Saint-Denis
A forgotten fragment of Paris history, the venue for this museum is the wooden pavilion built by Norway and Sweden for the Exposition Universelle in 1878. It’s a fusion of the old and new, because it’s in a traditional Scandinavian-style house, while also standing as an early piece of prefab architecture. The permanent displays inside are mostly from the time that the pavilion was built. And as the museum’s name suggests these entail paintings by Ferdinand Roybet and Consuelo Fould. On top of that there are paintings and sculptures by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, and lots of riveting little curios from the 19th century, like toys, dolls, postcards and posters.
The Parc de La Villette is the biggest urban cultural park of the capital. The 55 hectares of the park, among which 35 outdoors, mix nature and modern architecture, areas and spaces of leisure activities for children and adults, cultural places and theaters. Open of 6 hours at 1 o'clock in the morning, we reach it in subway, by bus, on foot, by bicycle and even by boat. The visitor strolls at the edge of the channel of Ourcq or takes advantage of numerous green spaces, ponds and fountains. The cultural places are many: Museum of Science and Industry, the Geode, Top of Paris, museum of the Music, the Philharmonic society of Paris …
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La Villette
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The Parc de La Villette is the biggest urban cultural park of the capital. The 55 hectares of the park, among which 35 outdoors, mix nature and modern architecture, areas and spaces of leisure activities for children and adults, cultural places and theaters. Open of 6 hours at 1 o'clock in the morning, we reach it in subway, by bus, on foot, by bicycle and even by boat. The visitor strolls at the edge of the channel of Ourcq or takes advantage of numerous green spaces, ponds and fountains. The cultural places are many: Museum of Science and Industry, the Geode, Top of Paris, museum of the Music, the Philharmonic society of Paris …
Getting Around
Transports Ligne(s)(13) RER(RER) (C) Bus(BUS) RATP Noctilien(N) N15 N51
Porte de Clichy
Transports Ligne(s)(13) RER(RER) (C) Bus(BUS) RATP Noctilien(N) N15 N51