Things to do in Paris

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  • 1

    Eiffel Tower

    1507 reviews

    I am proud to brag that I went up the Eiffel Tower.... without using the elevator!!! WOW it was torture but worth every step up the stairs!!!! I think the closer I got to the top, the more people who were heading downstairs told me that I am almost there. The view is breathtaking and it felt surreal that I ...

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    Louvre Museum

    713 reviews

    TIP1: First Sunday of every month admission is free TIP2: There's a side entrance to the louvre, you can avoid the long line to get in My time in Paris was limited so I didn't stay at the museum for more than 3hours... the place is so loud I got lost. I think the place is great, it was just ...

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  • 3

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    578 reviews

    The great gothic masterpiece on the Isle de la Cite. More impressive from the outside than inside, which I thought was rather gloomy.

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    Arc de Triomphe

    579 reviews

    This somehow, isn't what I expected, despite seeing photos of l'Arc with the traffic flying around it. The architectural design is quite something, the sculpture and designs are beautiful. It would be on my list of things to see in Paris but it wouldn't be a site I'd visit on a return trip.

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    Avenue des Champs-Élysees

    453 reviews

    This bustling street is always a fun place to walk and see the sights and people of Paris. Prices are generally higher here but the window shopping is free!

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    323 reviews

    The Seine river edge makes a great place to walk, especially at sunrise or sunset when the light is low and makes the rock/brick banks glow.

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    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    322 reviews

    Coolest. Church. Ever. But a little out of the way. Worth going to see it. Careful in the surrounding areas though.

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    Disneyland Paris

    298 reviews

    Disneyland is located 30 km outside Paris, but it is easily reached with RER line A. The main attraction is the Disneyland Park, with numerous attractions and rides for both kids and fun-loving adults. There is also Walt Disney Studios Park, that is themed after movies and movie production. There are lots of dining options and some stores at the ...

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    Musee d'Orsay

    228 reviews

    Great display of impressionist works. But if you are a monet fan the Monet Museum Maramont is much better. D'orsay gift shod is Very disappointing.

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  • 10


    193 reviews

    Historically Monmartre is the most radical neighborhood in the most revolutionary city in Europe. After the liquidation of the Paris Commune in 1871 thousands were shot. Sacre Coeur was built here in the aftermath as a symbol of conservative triumph. Today this hilly district is known for its nightlife.

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    Jardin du Luxembourg

    153 reviews

    Jardin du Luxembourg is a famous park in the 6th arrondissement and it's a lovely destination for families. It's a perfect spot for picnic among the fountains, statues and impeccably cared garden, and for the little ones, there is a fenced-in playground with zipline, slides, swings and a carousel. There's an admission fee of couple euros per person, but it's ...

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  • 12

    Moulin Rouge

    165 reviews

    The Moulin Rouge is a high priced (but good bang for your buck) Parisian must. The eye candy is stunningly gorgeous, the show gregarious (yet restrained) and the food (not to mention the show) is about as French as it gets. So think about this - if you go to a place and you don't experience what makes it unique, ...

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  • 13

    Quartier Latin

    124 reviews

    One of the most vibrant sections of the city. Great cafes if you can avoid the more touristy places.

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  • 14

    Place de la Concorde

    150 reviews

    Remember the ending scene in The Devil Wears Prada where Anne Hathaway throws her cell phone into the fountain? It was here at Place de la Concorde! It is the central area dividing the Tuileries Garden and the start of Champs-Elysees road. The fountains go off frequently. You'll also find one of 2 Luxor Obelisk here. The 2nd one is ...

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    Jardin des Tuileries

    128 reviews

    Don't miss it. Even on a cloudy day, it is a beautiful park full of sculptures and lovely fountains. Close to the Louvre, Place de la Concorde and other attractions, you are sure to pass by, so go ahead and do as Parisians do: sit by the shade or on one of those famous and popular green chairs and see ...

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  • 16

    Centre Georges Pompidou

    134 reviews

    The Pompidou is a cool place inside and out. There's a fun water fountain for kids to watch and play around, a huge plaza area where people just hang out, play music, sell crafts, and people watch. Inside the Centre, there are a few levels of museum galleries. Georges Restaurant is upstairs, where you have a nice view of the ...

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  • 17

    Sainte Chapelle

    98 reviews

    A small, unassuming building hidden within the Palais de Justice just across from Notre Dame. One climbs down a set of stairs into a dim room, but when you climb up into the main room, you're greeted by the most amazing stained glass perhaps in the world. (It helps if it's sunny, which is somewhat unusual in Paris.) It is ...

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  • 18

    Palais Garnier - Paris Opera

    92 reviews

    This building is so elegant from the outside, but even more impressive inside! Definitely worth paying the small fee to take a self guided tour.

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    49 reviews

    Great place for walking and visiting shops. This is a great place to test your direction skills.

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  • 20

    Parc du Champs de Mars

    95 reviews

    The Field of Mars in Paris takes its name from the one in Rome where Roman armies would frequently muster for war. The French Champs de Mars was used for much the same purpose. It is most famous these days for the presence of the Eiffel Tower, France's most famous tourist attraction. The Tower was actually built for the International ...

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