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  • 1

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    574 reviews

    IMPORTANT... DO NOT be scared away by the long lines (like I was originally)! Not only do they move SUPER FAST but it is also free to enter! The experience was much better than anticipated for one of the world's most famous landmarks. They even do free tours throughout the day in different languages. Definitely worth seeing and going into! ...

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  • 2

    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    318 reviews

    This church is beautiful inside and out, but the best experience is climbing to the top of its iconic dome. Amazing views!

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  • 3

    Sainte Chapelle

    96 reviews

    If you only visit one church in Paris, choose this one. The stained glass is unbelievably gorgeous, especially with the recent restoration work. Go early to avoid the line, which can get long.

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  • 4

    Père-Lachaise Cemetery

    78 reviews

    One of many cemeteries around the city of Paris famous for being the final resting spot for such well known names as Chopin, Oscar Wilde and the Doors Jim Morrison.

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  • 5

    Église de la Madeleine

    33 reviews

    A grand building that I have passed several times in my time in Paris but have yet to go inside.

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  • 6

    Musee d'Orsay

    223 reviews

    The Musée d'Orsay is impressive and mostly known for its rich collection of impressionist and post-impressionist works (probably, the largest in the world). The museum holds mostly French pieces dating 1848 and 1915 including furniture, paintings, photography, and sculptures. Its building is especially nice, it is the former Orsay railway station luxuriously renovated.

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    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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  • 8


    49 reviews

    This is one of the most enjoyable neighborhoods of Paris. We ate dinner outside at Les Deux Magots, overlooking one of the oldest churches in the city. Unforgettable!

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  • 9


    27 reviews

    This is a beautiful church inside and out, although parts of the facade are looking a bit tired. The great fountain out front is a nice spot to catch your breath and take in the view.

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  • 10

    Palais de Justice

    15 reviews

    The palais itself is an impressive sight, but St. Chapelle, which is tucked inside its walls, is the best attraction here.

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  • 11

    Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés

    3 reviews

    It's an area located around the church of the former Abbey of Saint-Germain-des Pres. Home to a number of famous cafes, such as Les Deux Magots et Le FLore, made famous by the Existentialists.

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  • 12

    Louvre Museum

    710 reviews

    Did you know that the first Sunday of every month admission is free for everyone at the Louvre? I found out months before my trip and asked some friends who had been if it was worth getting up early and waiting in the long lines for. Well of course I was going, it was just a matter of when. Admission ...

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  • 13


    193 reviews

    Lovely neighborhood, with amazing views of the city. It is easy to spend an entire afternoon (or a whole day) wandering the charming streets.

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  • 14

    Jardin du Luxembourg

    150 reviews

    I'm sure there are better things to do here (look at statues? fish in the pond?) but the grass is extremely comfortable and there's a supermarket nearby where you can buy cheap bottles of pink wine (that's what everybody else seemed to be drinking) and cheese or snacks of choice and you can sit and watch people do yoga, kids ...

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  • 15

    Canal St-Martin

    26 reviews

    Urban waterway fans delight! This north-south extension of the Seine offers a bucolic setting, curbside fishing, and actual working lock system to allow boats and barges to pass through. If you aren't dazzled by this unique sight, you might just spot one of Paris' famous "bo-bo's" (short for bohemian bourgeious) who have gentrified this neighborhood in recent years.

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  • 16

    Musee National des Arts asiatiques Guimet

    4 reviews

    This museum is a hidden gem that most people don't talk about it or visit. The Musee Guimet has the world's best collection of Cambodian sculpture / antiquities and does a wonderful job of presenting them. Unlike other museums in Paris, this one is quite small and easy to manage!

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  • 17

    Cimetière de Montmartre

    5 reviews

    A sprawling, gorgeous cemetery at the foot of Montmarte, this place would take days to fully explore. Bring your walking shoes and be on the lookout for the famous and the infamous.

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  • 18

    La Sainte Chapelle

    2 reviews

    The most beautiful stained glass windows of Paris. To avoid waiting in the line, you can buy tickets for a night concert, you'll have a privileged visit.

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  • 19

    Moulin Rouge

    165 reviews

    A staple of Paris! The show is ridiculously expensive, but at the veryy least you can make a visit to see the area! Pretty cool!

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  • 20

    Napoleon's Tomb

    48 reviews

    So much gold... the building around the tomb is beautiful! Napoleon's tomb has a large gold dome over the top.

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