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Bateaux Mouches Seine River Paris by Night Dinner Cruise with Live Music
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Bateaux Mouches Seine River Paris by Night Dinner Cruise with Live Music

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See the iconic sights of Paris from the water, illuminated for the evening, on this Bateaux Mouches sightseeing dinner cruise. Float leisurely down the Seine and take in unobstructed views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, and other must-see sights while enjoying a 4-course dinner and live music.
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Dimitris L wrote a review Today
Sydney, Australia14,172 contributions46,471 helpful votes
The Conciergerie is an interesting building with quite a long, dark and intriguing history. It dates to the early Middle Ages and was part of the royal palace, the Palais de la Cité. During the French Revolution it became rather infamous as many people were imprisoned there and then were executed. Marie Antoinette served time in one of the cells of the Conciergerie. It's worth taking some time to visit and have a bit of a look at some of the history of France in this amazing place. Today the building is part of the Law Courts of the city, but it is also a museum and has been preserved as a national monument as well.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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mjomidi wrote a review Jul 2020
Tehran, Iran74 contributions3 helpful votes
A Medieval Royal Residence with Gothic halls, used as a prison in the revolution. A place full of stories and mysteries that reminds the tragic end of a famous Empress.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Luisguiper wrote a review Apr 2020
Bogota, Colombia1,020 contributions108 helpful votes
Less crowded than its neighboring touristic building, the Sainté-Chapelle, it is an interesting construction with its particular style and history behind. There are no big paintings nor frescos on the walls, but the several rooms and halls are great. Its construction is believed to have been carried out in the 6th century, and it represents the gothic secular architecture. History says the Conciergerie was appointed as center of royal government between 10th and 14th centuries. Afterwards, it was the seat of the Parliament. It became a prison during the French Revolution. I spent nearly 1 hour to do the tour of the building. Fast access with the Paris Museum pass.
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Date of experience: June 2019
kbearne wrote a review Apr 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom623 contributions49 helpful votes
Unfortunately there was work being done when I visited, maybe switching exhibitions? However it was still interesting, particularly the information and exhibition on Marie Antoinette. I advise buying the joint ticket with Sainte-Chapelle which is very much also worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Alice R wrote a review Mar 2020
Hobart, Australia7,124 contributions364 helpful votes
Once a royal palace before it became a prison, this large impressive building was seen from our bus tour only, I'm sure it's well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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