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    Jardin des Tuileries

    128 reviews

    The Jardin des Tuileries leads up to the Louvre and is a beautiful area with lush gardens, outdoor dining, and vendors.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesDesign
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    Musee de l'Orangerie

    35 reviews

    If you are a big fan of Monet, l'Otangerie is for you. While not a major museum, if you want to see the famous waterlily paintings of Monet, this is a must see. And the paintings are even more stunning in real life!!

    Popular withLocalDesign
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    Pyramide du Louvre

    27 reviews

    I personally think the pyramid ruins the louvre but it still is neat to enter the museum through this landmark.

    Popular withDesignLocalStudents
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    19 reviews

    A mecca for connoisseurs of all things "fresh", at least those who've got some cash to blow. Always on the cutting edge of modern street fashion and art, Colette is known the world over for its collabs with famous companies such as Kaws' Original Fake, Medicom and Cool Cats. Even if you don't want to buy, a visit is worth ...

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryLGBT
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    12 reviews

    Beautiful flag ship store on the wonderful and quiet Rue Cambon, Chanel Rue Cambon is THE Chanel store to visit...EVER! The iconic mirrored spiral staircase is there, as are the limited edition items that can only be found here. this is Chanel fans' mecca.

    Popular withLuxuryTrendstersLocal
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    The Bar Hemingway

    7 reviews

    Earnest Hemingway's beloved haunt in Paris' swanky Ritz Hotel is the perfect place for a classy, romantic aperitif. Though Colin Field's signature cocktails are quite pricey, they are absolutely delicious and each one a work of art. You will also enjoy the complimentary potato chips and olives as you recline comfortably while listening to the moody jazz and admire the ...

    Popular withLuxuryLocalFoodies
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    Jeu de Paume

    6 reviews

    Jeu de Paume is a small museum at the end of the Tuileries that somehow seems to escape the hordes of tourists. Their exhibitions are usually incisive and focused, showing works from the 20th and 21st century. Check the exhibition calendar to see if it piques your interest.

    Popular withTrendsters
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    2 reviews

    While there's no shortage of men's bespoke shirtmakers, there's one which continues to attract special cachet (or snob value, depending on your point of view). Charvet has been drawing them in since 1838 and its principal outlet just by the Ritz in Paris the place to come to get your hands on one of these. Noel Coward, Bing Crosby, Presidents ...

    Popular withLuxury
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    1 review

    Great idea for first time visitors. Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour and find your bearings. You can get off at the attractions which are further away from the centre, and save the more easily walked sights for later in your trip.

    Popular withBudget
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    W.H. Smith

    1 review

    The Paris branch of the British book retailer, WH Smith, is located on Rue de Rivoli, right in front of the Jardin des Tuileries. It has a large selection of English books, which is rare in Paris. It is where I often go when in need of a book, birthday card or a favorite British food product (yes they have ...

    Popular withStudentsBackpackersBudget
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    Kitty O'Shea's

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    Le Sherwood

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