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    Seine

    325 reviews

    the heart of Paris. It's really nice to walk over the bridges, or just at the banks. But you can also do a boat tour, that shows you every sight along the river.

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    Jardin des Tuileries

    128 reviews

    A beautiful walk, especially in the springtime when the flowers are out of this world.

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  • 3

    Eiffel Tower

    1509 reviews

    No doubt, one of the most romantic places in the entire world! It is worth going to the top, at least once. When I was there, a couple got engaged. So romantic! The view of the city is quite inspiring from the top. Don't skip the view from 1st and 2nd stops.

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    Jardin du Luxembourg

    153 reviews

    This gorgeous spot is a nice green break from the city with glimpses of the Eiffel Tower and senate to boot.

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  • 5

    Parc du Champs de Mars

    96 reviews

    One fabulous place for a picnic... just stay off the grass and use the benches instead.

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  • 6

    Arc de Triomphe

    581 reviews

    Wonderful! You can see Paris from a 360° perspective. Inside the building, the top floor, you find the unknown soldier monument.

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    Les Jardins du Trocadéro

    7 reviews

    do you remember the picture...Sabrina, with Harrison Ford...well it is as romantic as that. watch the big fountains, walk the along the water, and see the Eiffeltower in front. it is one of the most famous settings in Paris. you will find some nice bistro and cafees on the top of the place.

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    Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

    15 reviews

    This used to be a quarry but that was too ugly so instead they build a mini China right in the middle of the city. Totally worth seeing.

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  • 9

    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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  • 10

    Pont Neuf

    58 reviews

    One of my favorite bridges in Paris. Must walk beside Seine and back and forth over bridges of this area.

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  • 11

    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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  • 12

    Luxembourg Gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg)

    37 reviews

    Wonderful place to bring a picnic or walk around. There's plenty to do for active folks (think running or tennis), for children (pony rides!) or for those just looking to soak up some sun and culture.

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  • 13

    Berges De Seine

    3 reviews

    Right across the street from our studio! On the water edge of the river Seine, stretching for 2.3 km from the Pont de l'Alma to the Musée d'Orsay, the Berges is packed with entertaining play spaces for children, dining options for adults, stage for organized performances, free fitness classes, etc.

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    Pont des Arts

    55 reviews

    Seine is the perfect background for romantic gestures. Pont des Arts is a pedestrian bridge over the river and the destination for couples that want to memorize their love. The bridge is covered with padlocks carved with initials and love notes. There are lots of sellers that sell padlocks next to the bridge.

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  • 15

    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    324 reviews

    just beautiful. from there you'll have an amazing view over Paris

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  • 16

    Bateaux Parisiens

    45 reviews

    They do pack big boats full of people but it is a really great way to see the city!

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  • 17

    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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  • 18

    Avenue des Champs-Élysees

    455 reviews

    Simply put, you haven't been to Paris if you didn't stroll down this road. The road is filled with cafés, luxurious brands and shops plus a view of Arc de Triomphe. Bienvenue à Paris!

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  • 19

    Place de la Concorde

    151 reviews

    This huge square at the end of the Champs Elisees avenue is where the guillotine was installed during the French Revolution - and its history includes the decapitation of Marie Antoinette, which happened right here. Today, the square hosts a fountain, several statues and an obelisk, which was given as a gift from Egypt.

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  • 20

    Statue of Liberty

    51 reviews

    Kind of a funny little statue. Can get photos of both the statue of liberty and eiffel tower which is trippy.

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