Things to do for Nightlife Lovers in Paris 

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  • 21

    Vedettes du Pont-Neuf

    4 reviews

    This boat tour of the Seine runs every hour. We were supposed to go all the way to the Eiffel Tower, but turned around right before it. I definitely learned a lot about the city from the headphones they provide. I went at night to get a good picture of Paris, but I'm sure it's just as photogenic during the ...

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  • 22


    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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  • 23

    Chez Papa Jazz Club

    2 reviews

    Paris is known for great food and an appreciation for fine culture such as art and music. Why not combine the two and enjoy food with some jazz on the side at Chez Papa? I had my 21st birthday here and remember it being quite the scene. Certainly the wait for food was not too distracting due to the fun ...

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  • 24

    Le Lido

    4 reviews

    for many years i watched my first "striptease" show here...and they are still there...hope not the same dancers...but with a little group it will be fun and real French

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  • 25

    Pop In

    2 reviews

    An ideal spot to hang out if you are a traveling musician in Paris. The Pop-in is a music venue and bar that also offers a spot upstairs for jam sessions. Mostly frequented by those of the rock persuasion, but still nice for anyone looking to see a show or grab a cheap beer. The Pop-in is located right near ...

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  • 26

    Louvre Museum

    709 reviews

    An obvious must see when in Paris. Come see the Mona Lisa. There is also lower entry costs for students and on certain days. The lines will always be long around the Mona Lisa.

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  • 27

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    573 reviews

    Make sure to get hot wine from the vendors if you go in winter! Take lots of pictures from the top..amazing views

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  • 28

    Arc de Triomphe

    574 reviews

    famous round about...grandeur as only in Paris...see the avenues come together like in a star. hope you have good nerves when you are in a car, driving this but it is doable...o yeh, and do not forget to learn about the real history of the Arc...

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  • 29

    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    317 reviews

    My favorite spot in all of Paris! The view is phenomenal here! Make an effort to come here if you are ever in paris!

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  • 30

    Musee d'Orsay

    222 reviews

    LOVE the Musee d'Orsay - it's my favorite museum in Paris. It's housed in the beautiful century old train station Gare d'Orsay along the Seine River, so the structure itself is impressive. The museum holds the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist artwork, including Whistler's Mother and Van Gogh's Starry Night Over The Rhone. Not to be missed!

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  • 31

    Jardin des Tuileries

    126 reviews

    These are the gardens right outside the Louve. It's a spectacular open public space...possibly one of the world's best. It has a beautiful fountain, great statutes and of course all the flora. A great place to take a seat and enjoy the people watching....

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  • 32

    Disneyland Paris

    294 reviews

    este sitio es grandioso no tanto como el de orlando florida pero me gusto mucho cuando fui

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  • 33

    Jardin du Luxembourg

    150 reviews

    the perfect break for a long sightseeing trip through the city! just grab a seat sit down and power up for some more sightseeing..

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  • 34

    Centre Georges Pompidou

    132 reviews

    The permanent collection is fantastic and the exhibitions are often amazing in this temple to modern art, so despite the fact that I have always noticed a strong resemblance between the Beverly Center and the Pompidou, this is one museum that is absolutely worth visiting.

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  • 35

    Parc du Champs de Mars

    93 reviews

    Parc du Champ de Mars has got to be one of the city’s most spectacular locations to have a picnic. There’s a huge lawn that rests all winter and is opened to the public in the summer, you can find your baguette, Camembert and bottle of Bordeaux close by …and oh right, the magnificent Eiffel Tower is right there in ...

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  • 36

    Place de la Concorde

    149 reviews

    It's the largest square in Paris,situated between the Tuileries and the Champs-Elysées. This is where Marie Antoinette was beheaded. I believe its between the right and left bank because I didnt realize while I kept walking from the right bank, I reached the square then further on found myself on the bohemian quarters of the left bank.

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  • 37

    L'Hôtel des Invalides

    50 reviews

    Place where wounded soldiers would be kept while they recovered. This is also where Napolean's Tomb is located. You can walk through portions of the building for free.

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  • 38


    60 reviews

    Grand building and one of the sites to see south of the Seine. There is a fee to enter the building as with nearly eveything in Paris.

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  • 39


    18 reviews

    Super cute area for souvenir shopping and a great view! It's right next to scare coeur as well!

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  • 40

    Père-Lachaise Cemetery

    79 reviews

    Beautiful cemetery. Reminded me of a mini city, there were many little cobblestone streets winding around. The cemetery is huge and a map is needed. Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde and other famous people are buried there.

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