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We visited this beautiful and peaceful cemetery while in Montparnasse. You can get a map of the cemetery with a list of the
famous people here and where they are buried. It is quite difficult to find some of them like Samuel Beckett but you...More
Here you find many tombs with a story. There are a lot of famous people who found their last resting place over here like Serge Gainsbourg, Samuel Beckett, Charles Baudelaire, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir .... End your visit by looking at the statue Le...More
Of almost 20 Paris cemeteries, according to the unofficial "ranking", based largely on their popularity with tourists, Montparnasse cemetery would immediately follow Père-Lachaise. The reason being is not only the amount of the world luminaries and celebrities who found their last resting place in Montparnasse...More
Sun was shining and we’d already visited Père Lachaise so we decided to take in Montparnasse. Nice walking paths with many interesting graves. Be sure to pick up one of the laminated maps hanging at the entrance that show who is buried where (and return...More
I rated Pere Lachaise cemetery a higher because it is more well known, has far more to see of unique interest and has more famous people in it, but if you can't make it to that one, here is a secondary you may want to...More
I had been wanting to pay tribute to Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre here for several years, and finally got the chance in July 2018. I didn't realize the visit would be so moving and include many I've admired. Other famous French intellectual and...More
The namesake tower of Montparnasse dominates over the landscape but the fun part is the throbbing life that goes on below it. Bright lights, busy cinemas, brasseries and diners encompass hidden museums and parks to entertain the masses. Long avenues lead away from the tower to take you to unsuspecting places and historical monuments and treasures. In between lie adorable ivy-covered houses with beams and small
gardens to match. Just a short metro ride away from the center of Paris this neighborhood has something for every hour of the day.