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    Eiffel Tower

    1509 reviews

    I was fortunate enough to spend a few days in Paris with my water polo team. The Eiffel Tower was the most memorable of all the sites we visited. It was a very long walk up the stairs but when you get to the top its all worth it. The view is incredible.. I definitely suggest taking the time to ...

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  • 2

    Disneyland Paris

    298 reviews

    Everything you expect from a Disney Park is also here: great rides, awesome and detailed design, overpriced restaurants and even a super fun night show (Disney Dreams). It's also cute to see the French twists on many Classic Disney rides. Some attractions are a bit dissappointing compared to those at Walt Disney's World (Star Tours, I'm looking at you) while ...

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  • 3

    Louvre Museum

    714 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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    Arc de Triomphe

    581 reviews

    This iconic military memorial was built over 30 years in the early 1800s to honor the French killed in Napoleon's campaigns. We passed by many times while in Paris. One of the best view is from the double decker bus.

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    Notre Dame Cathedral

    580 reviews

    Don't miss going to the top of Notre Dame, eventhough the line was long, it was worth the wait. We got up to the top and the view is amazing! It's the best view of France. It was cloudy, we got up and took some pictures, then the rain came. Good thing it came after I took some amazing shots. ...

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    Catacombs of Paris

    54 reviews

    Loved walking through history like this, literally inches away from millions of bones (ya inches, you technically could touch aka no barrier preventing you) be prepared to wait hours in line to enter though, especially in prime tourist hours, closes early, around 4pm

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    Musee d'Orsay

    228 reviews

    Excellent gallery and manageable in a day. Great views from the top floor too.

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    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    324 reviews

    Has a great view of Paris from the steps of Sacré-Coeur. The inside of the church is also breathtaking. The ceilings were made of mosaics. Absolutely stunning! Wish I could take pictures inside of the church. The Sacré-Coeur is constructed of stone from Château-Landon, which is known for it's high content of calcite. In damp weather calcite leaches out of ...

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    Montmartre

    193 reviews

    One of my favorite neighborhoods -- especially once you get away from the Sacre Coeur. Yes, she has a seedy side but there is a gritty charm and diversity here that I just love.

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  • 10

    Velib

    7 reviews

    Though Paris' public transport bike system, a.k.a the Velib, is not unique (it has been starting to pop up in most large cities around the world), it is really one of the best ways to experience the city in warmer months. It is also quite a cheap alternative to most public transportation, and a great way to get your daily ...

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  • 11

    Musee des Égouts de Paris

    4 reviews

    There is a tour of the sewers. It is exactly what it sounds like. Not as stinky as you might fear though.

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  • 12

    Seine

    325 reviews

    Go on a Seine River Tour....it's very budget friendly and a great way to see a lot of the city! Super romantic as well!

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    Jardin des Tuileries

    128 reviews

    Gorgeous garden! I laid here an entire afternoon to people watch and enjoy the nice weather and beautiful fountains! Such a relaxing sanctuary!

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    Musee Rodin

    62 reviews

    I have to say, first and foremost, I am a novice in the art of sculpture. I went here because I was curious. My curiosity was paid off. What a great museum. My favorite part was the Garden. Beautiful. It’s also where; you’ll find most of Rodin’s famous works. When you think of Rodin, well, The Thinker comes to mind. ...

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  • 15

    rue Cler Open Market

    10 reviews

    A true Parisian activity is to shop for the famous Sunday lunch, when the whole family sits down together, on rue Cler on Paris’ Left Bank. If you’re renting an apartment, shopping on rue Cler is an adventure any day of the week (except Mondays, when some shops are closed). If you’re heading there on Sunday, go before 1:00pm when ...

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    Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

    15 reviews

    The park itself is also great - lots of ups and downs and grassy slopes and little grottos to explore with streams and the odd waterfall to admire, not to mention all the botanical interest if that's your thing.

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  • 17

    Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    4 reviews

    If you're a design lover like me, head to the Musee des Arts Decoratifs on rue de Rivoli (opposite the Louvre). This small museum is full of gorgeous furniture, art, crafts and decorative interiors, each rich with history. After seeing a wrought iron candelabra in one of the Musee's beautiful period rooms, months later I found a tabletop model of ...

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  • 18

    Paris Plages

    15 reviews

    Hit the beach! Not all Parisians are able to quit the city in August, so Mayor Delanoë brings the and to them with Paris Plages, a boon for summer visitors as well. There is something for everyone at Paris’ two man-made plages (beaches) – one located in the city center on the Right Bank of the Seine, the other at ...

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  • 19

    Musee des Arts et Metiers

    5 reviews

    If you're a design lover like me, head to the Musee des Arts Decoratifs on rue de Rivoli (opposite the Louvre). This small museum is full of gorgeous furniture, art, crafts and decorative interiors, each rich with history. After seeing a wrought iron candelabra in one of the Musee's beautiful period rooms, months later I found a tabletop model of ...

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  • 20

    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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