Things to do in France

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  • 1

    Eiffel Tower

    1513 reviews

    No words can describe Eiffel until you actually see it. It was built in 1889 for the World Fair. It's supposed to be torn down after 20 years. It's hard to believe Parisians thinks it's ugly. Today, it's the world's icon. We climb to the second level and the view was amazing!

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    Louvre Museum

    715 reviews

    The Louvre stays open until 9:45 on Wednesday and Friday, while Late Night at the Orsay is Thursday. See! They’ve even coordinated their schedules for you, because they know, as I do, that there’s no better way to experience these glorious museums. Arrive after 6:00, just as the rest of the world is heading out to get ready for dinner, ...

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  • 3

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    580 reviews

    Beautiful. Lines long but move fast! Very crowded inside. Gift shop lacking for memorable items to bring home.

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    Arc de Triomphe

    583 reviews

    Very nice to look at. Think twice about the stairs walking up. There are better view of the city with out the tight narrow stairs.

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    Avenue des Champs-Élysees

    458 reviews

    The wide, leafy Champs-Elysees is a focal point for the French nation. It is a witness to momentous events in French history,e.g.,Charles de Gaulle's triumphant liberation march in 1944 and the soccer World Cup in 1998. Despite the avenue's glamorous reputation, be prepared also for streams of traffic and swarms of busy people and tourists.

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    326 reviews

    Get on a "bateau-mouche" and leisurely explore Paris' river that has inspired so many artists. It is a river to walk along and fall in love. Practically speaking the river tours orients you nicely to Parisian sights to visit on foot. Great value and use of time.

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    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    326 reviews

    It does provide a pretty great view of Paris. Plus, it's free. I always believe in looking for the greatest "overlook" in every city, and this one makes a good case for Paris's. I didn't go into the Basilique, but if that's something you're interested in, by all means. Beware of pickpocket-ers in touristy areas like these!

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  • 8

    Disneyland Paris

    298 reviews

    A miniature of Disney World in Orlando, with Magic Kingdom and Disney Studios equivalents. I really like it.

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    Musee d'Orsay

    229 reviews

    This once upon time train station has been rehabilitated into this gorgeous museum. The architecture itself of the museum is just what can make you satisfied if you're not into Art. But I do love art, and had learned all these modern paintings in college, so seeing them live, at their actual size was pretty fascinating. I loved it even ...

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  • 10


    193 reviews

    The high point literally of Paris, although the summit can be reached by funicular railway if you don't fancy the walk. Also contains the only vineyard to be found within the Paris City boundaries.

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    Jardin du Luxembourg

    154 reviews

    Bias admitted. Lived nearby as student in Paris. Feel like I am coming home. Beautiful area for walking and relaxing. Punch and Judy style of children's puppet shows given regularly.

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  • 12

    Moulin Rouge

    165 reviews

    some of the shows are great but not entirely. songs are sung in french so i don't really understand. it is definitely worth booking a ticket via agency or earlier as the queue is horrendous! but it's definitely worth visiting at least once when you are in paris!

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  • 13

    Quartier Latin

    124 reviews

    I actually didn't make it here until maybe my 4th time in Paris. When I stumbled upon the Latin Quarter I found myself mesmerized by the lights and sounds. It is quintessentially Paris with the vintage feel that you see in movies. Stroll over to a bistro and be French, if only for the evening.

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  • 14

    Place de la Concorde

    151 reviews

    My favourite view in Paris is the view from the Place de Concorde up the Champs Elysee to the Arc de Triumph, especially when the sun is setting behind it.

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  • 15

    Centre Georges Pompidou

    136 reviews

    The building itself along with the crazy public scene outside are worth the trip. It is a popular meeting place. Oh, you can enjoy the modern art too.

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    Jardin des Tuileries

    128 reviews

    Lovely formal garden between the Louvre, Seine and Place de la Concorde. Open space with reflecting pools that is very pleasant to stroll around in. You will almost assuredly walk through it even if you don't specifically put it into your plans as it is between so many other popular tourist sites. Just remember to take the time to smell ...

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  • 17

    Sainte Chapelle

    98 reviews

    The Sainte Chapelle is something truly unexpected. You barely see it's there and once you walk in you are struck by the beauty of the glass vitrals.

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  • 18

    Château de Versailles

    95 reviews

    Former royal palace lying outside Paris. Be warned, a lot of the attractions are spread out and to visit will involve a lot of walking

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  • 19

    Palais Garnier - Paris Opera

    92 reviews

    This is a pretty significant musical site, so if you're in Paris and have interest in such things, make sure you visit it. The entrance is lined with statues of great French composers, and the theater space itself is richly colored and furnished.

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  • 20


    49 reviews

    Saint Germain des Pres is based in the Sixth arrondissement (Sixth District) in Paris. It is home to many famous cafes including Cafe De Flore and Le Deux Magots. The popular CD compilation derives its name from here. I recommend going to Saint Germain des Pres if you want to sip some coffee and check out the Parisians as they ...

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