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  • 21

    Les Galeries Lafayette

    96 reviews

    Don't know if it's because I was during the christmas holidays, but I felt that this shopping center was too much crowded! I know it's normal but what I disliked is the lack of space! too narrow passages, millimeters between a shop and another, lack of restaurants and cafes and if there is one, it can only attend like 20 ...

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  • 22

    Père-Lachaise Cemetery

    79 reviews

    Basically, lots of famous people were buried here. Like Oscar Wilde, Eloise and Abelard (founder of Sorbonne University).

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  • 23

    Place de la Bastille

    83 reviews

    Nice gathering place to stop on your walking tour of Paris. Ideally you can locate a crepe vendor nearby.

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  • 24

    Musee Rodin

    60 reviews

    Rodin's sculptures are breathtakingly alive. While "The Thinker" is the big attraction here, don't pass too quickly over the rest of this genius's work-the marble truly suggests movement. Make sure you check the opening hours before you go. And go into the garden while you're there.

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  • 25

    Carrousel du Louvre

    67 reviews

    Located underneath the Louvre, this small "shopping mall" has many stores as well as a food court. So if you are short for time or just dying of starvation after perusing through the halls of the Louvre, go to the Carrousel for a wide selection of restaurants located in the food court.

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  • 26

    Place des Vosges

    54 reviews

    An elegant oasis in the heart of the city. Perfectly manicured gardens surrounded by refined architecture and fashionable cafés.

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  • 27

    Pont des Arts

    55 reviews

    The famous "Love Locks" are a tradition here on the Pont des Arts, where you hang a lock labeled by the initials of you and the one you love and then throw the key in the Seine. But due to overload, the government erase them once in a while. You can see locks on other low profile bridges crossing the ...

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  • 28

    Hôtel de Ville

    61 reviews

    This gorgeous building is well worth visiting, located in the heart of Paris and surrounded by great shopping!

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  • 29


    60 reviews

    For not being one of the more common tourist destinations in Paris, the Pantheon completely blew me away. The building was undergoing some restoration, so I can only imagine how great it will look when finished.

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  • 30

    Pont Neuf

    56 reviews

    Great sight to see, lot's of people to watch and shopping all in one day. Stop and have a baguette.

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  • 31

    Gardens of the Trocadero

    54 reviews

    The area has so much to do as it is full of museums. The magnificent buildings and the powerful water canons aimed at the Eiffel tower. The only negative was the street sellers with their tat.

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  • 32


    49 reviews

    Chic, relaxed and very parisian, I love walking in this neighborhood. Visit the historic literary cafe like Cafe de flore and sip coffee while watching passerby. Also love Le Bon Marche - best department store in Paris.

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  • 33

    Catacombs of Paris

    51 reviews

    The catacombs have a fascinating history and the self guided tour is creepy without being too morbid. The line does get ridiculous since capacity is limited, so get here early.

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  • 34

    Mona Lisa

    68 reviews

    It's the most famous painting in the world. So it has very high security and you can't go right up to it either. You couldn't initially anyways as the crowd to see it up close is absolutely ridiculous! It makes you realise how much you hate other people, but nevertheless, it is an experience seeing the painting and will be ...

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  • 35

    L'Hôtel des Invalides

    50 reviews

    This beautiful gold domed building can be seen towering the surrounding Parisian landscape. Originally used as living quarters for retired French veterans, this impressive building, and its surrounding buildings, now hosts many museums dedicated to French military history as well as Napoleon's final resting place. Go here the first Sunday of the month and get free entrance.

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  • 36

    Louis Vuitton

    48 reviews

    Not really my sort of seen but I couldn't beleive how big, central and important the Louis flagship stor was. It has a big presence in Paris. Very important I suppose.

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  • 37

    Shakespeare and Company

    39 reviews

    I loved this bookstore, even though it's the third incarnation it's a fabulous place. I was lucky enough to catch the American author Paul Harding, read an excerpt from his Pulitzer prize winner "Tinkers" when I was there. It only sells books in the English language and the shop is such a delight to peruse. The staff were very accommodating ...

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  • 38

    Bateaux Parisiens

    45 reviews

    These boat rides on the Seine, which general ply the route between Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower, are great fun for kids. Multiple entry and exit points along the way.

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  • 39

    Napoleon's Tomb

    48 reviews

    i was so ammazed at how huge the angels was surrounding ,what i can explain the most amazzing red marble coffin case was

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  • 40

    Le Pont Alexandre-III

    36 reviews

    The most beautiful parisian bridge in my point of view with its golden oversized statues and views on the tour Eiffel.

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