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7th Arrondissement Paris 1.3 mi away
#24 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
You can walk to so many of the sights:Musee D'Orsay, Rodin Museum,Eiffel Tower, and cross a bridge and you have La' Orangerie and the Louvre, and St. Chappelle and many others.
It remains an attractive arrondissement, incorporating such landmarks as the Tour Eiffel, Musee d’Orsay, Musee Rodin and les Berges de Seine.
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Eglise Saint-Etienne-du-Mont de Paris Paris 0.8 mi away
#25 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
You can find it on the left bank, right behind the Pantheon, you can also take the walking tour with, “ Paris walks” and they will tell you all the interesting history, ( which is a very inexpensive tour).
The organ, the spiral staircase, the carvings of the pulpit, and the vaulted ceiling - all make the spacious white nave of the church remarkably beautiful.
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Paroisse Saint-Eustache Paris 0.5 mi away
#26 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
An outstanding cathedral, it’s undergoing some much needed repairs but it’s very ornate.. beautiful light fittings and lovely side chapels filled with art and statues.
Considered as the nicest church after Notre Dame, this church is also very old, I think about the 1500 century, and is a gothique church and has Renaissance decorations, big windows, high pillars, and a renaissanc...
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House of George Sand Nohant-Vic
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Nohant-Vic
A well kept property of a famous literary genie who entertained so many famous artists of the romantic 19th Century.
Memorial des Martyrs de la Deportation Paris 0.6 mi away
#27 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
... the island behind Notre Dame Cathedral, this small memorial is very unique in its architectural concept starting with the narrow stairs going down the river, and extremely evocative and moving in its simplicity.
You enter knowing that it's about the 200,000 Jews Vichy France deported to die but this monument evokes a palpable sense of confinement, loss of dignity and control which was totally unexpected.
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Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte Maincy 26.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Maincy
Breathtaking chateau SE of Paris reached by train and free bus.Finished in 1661 by architect Fouquet in Louis IV style, it blends magnificent landscaping and interior design with the classic architecture.
If you are looking to experience a beautiful chateau with great elegance and charm, wonderful views of gardens and escape from the crowds, Chateau de Vaux-le- Vicomte is an excellent choice.
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Chateau de Maintenon Maintenon 39.5 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Maintenon
... from the Eure River to Versailles to feed its fountains, the Seine eventually met the needs), thus the aqueduct and surrounding trees created an image similar to a painting of a Roman structure of antiquity.
We dropped in here on the off chance on a bit of a drive round - what an absolute treasure of a place, stunning building, lovely to wander round.
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The Trianons & The Hamlet Versailles 10.7 mi away
#5 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Versailles
The grandeur and detail involved in the Queen's retreat from court is absolutely astounding and it's a truly unforgettable experience to explore the Queen's personal life-sized play village.
Relaxing walk around the gardens, paths and enjoy the atmosphere, soak up the history and see how things used to be, but take your own picnic as food and drink is expensive to buy, you can stop for a picnic anywhe...
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Chateau de Breteuil Choisel 19.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Choisel
... tree mosaic, labyrinthe, flower garden, fontaine with sculptures and etc. Lot's interactive installations about fairy tales of Charles Perrault which will be very interesting both for children and parents.
The French-speaking guides know what they're talking about and give an excellent explanation of the history of the chateau and how it relates to the history of France.
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Studio des Parfums Paris 0.7 mi away
#28 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
This was my first trip to Paris and I wanted to avoid the tourist-heavy destinations, instead have a special and significant experience that was both personal and meaningful, with a one-of-a-kind treasure to take...
We were all very pleased with the end result and it is truly a unique souvenir to bring home.
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59 Rue de Rivoli Paris 0.3 mi away
#29 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
Open 6 days a week and free to the public, climb the circular stairs and visit studios where one artist builds wildly colorful paintings in tiny glass mosaics, another cuts paper into intricate and ethereal patter...
This area is busy and a great experience of all teh local activity shops and more shops but BE WARE PICK POCKETS live well in this area but take a stroll down this amazing avenue..just watch your goods
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Latin Quarter Paris 0.4 mi away
#30 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
Cluny Museum, Luxembourg Gardens, Jardin des Plants, Panthéon, Place Saint-Michel, Sorbonne University, medieval streets (Rue de La Harpe, Rue Saint-Severin, Rue de la Huchette), beautiful churches (Saint-Severin,...
Easy to walk around, got to see the Musée de Cluny, and the area around the Sorbonne.From here you can take the metro 10 and change onto metro 13 to visit the extraordinary basilica of Saint Denis, an absolute mus...
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Luxembourg Palace Paris 0.6 mi away
#31 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
Situated Close to Pantheon , this amazing beautiful garden and its surrounding is an hub for various activities, for the locals and travelers to relax and tale a stroll.
Great visit while strolling the area, kids sailing their sail ships in the fountain, beautiful gardens and statues.
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Triumphal Way (Voie Triomphale) Paris 2.4 mi away
#32 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
It is a great historical and cultural adventure, and a chance to see many sights all in one day from the Louvre, Concorde, Champs and Arc de Triomphe.
Triumphal way, Champs Elysees is the world famous avenue and is a must when in Paris.
Shakespeare and Company Bookstore Paris 0.4 mi away
#33 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
I stopped at the little cafe one day and had a light lunch in the sun looking directly at the Notre Dame - bliss :-) Make sure you buy a book and get it officially stamped - perfect souvenir for a bookworm !
Must be on your itinerary if you just love books -- collection is pretty extensive, especially on books about / centered around Paris; something cute/fun to do would also to purchase a random book from the box out...
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Parc de Versailles Versailles 10.8 mi away
#6 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Versailles
This large area is a UNESCO World Heritage site and houses many monuments, including the Palace of Versailles, Petit Trianon, and Grand Trianon also the gardens themselves, the Grand Canal and numerous fountains.
The gardens are absolutely massive and the Grand canal is an excellent highlight and on a sunny day is a great place to walk to and collapse for an hour or so.
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Chateau de Fontainebleau Fontainebleau 35.4 mi away
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Fontainebleau
... you can still walk and hang in the gardens for free, they have this boats where you can wander around the beautiful lake outside the Chateau (5 Euro per person) Highly Recommended !!! Great Family Day Trip :)
If you've visited Versailles and marvelled at the decorative arts of Versailles, you owe yourself a visit to Fontainebleau to see the influence of over 800 years of French royalty which is beautifully maintained a...
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Rue Montorgueil Paris 0.5 mi away
#34 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
The streets are loaded with tons of local shops, fresh food markets, bars, amazing restaurants, bistros, famous Stohrer bakery dating back to 1702, great banquettes - Must stay or come by for a visit!
We walked a few steps to get fresh baguettes and croissants from Eric Kayser every morning, and bought more than our share of eclairs, macaroons and other goodies at Stohrer, the oldest patisserie in Paris.
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Chateau de Chantilly Chantilly City 24.2 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Chantilly City
You can easily spend the day at the Château to enjoy its large art collection and one of the best libraries in France, followed by the Horse museum located in the impressive Great Stables, a masterpiece of 18th ce...
The gardens and walks are beautiful, the restaurant at the hamlet is just scrummy, and the views of the chateau and the surrounding countryside are tranquil, calm and delightful.
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La Galerie des Batailles Versailles 10.7 mi away
#7 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Versailles
Amazing paintings!! Amazing details....We love it!
After you mind has been rather blown by the Chateau - you move to this Galerie, installed by Louis Phillipe many years after the revolution when the chateau was used more for public good - it doesn’t have the same...
8th Arrondissement Paris 1.5 mi away
#35 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
Such a pleasure to stroll along the Champs-Elysées all the way up to the Arc de Triomphe, turn back, walk along the Avenue Montaigne and enjoy elegant window displays of the famous designer boutiques, and then off...
... that night-clubbers meet on the dancefloor; Place Vendome, a huge variety of jewellery shops Galleries with megastores; many cinemas welcome you; prestigious hotels like the Four Seasons George V in magnificie...
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Eglise Notre-Dame de Versailles Versailles 10.2 mi away
#8 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Versailles
I loved the peace, the art the statues of Saints and the beautiful altar.
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Vieille Ville de Senlis Senlis 26.6 mi away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Senlis
It just oozes character and history and having visited most of the big towns in the immediate vicinity, it has to be one of my very favourites.
I've been living here for more than 40 years and if you like history and authentic old towns, you'll love it!
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Cathedrale De Bourges Bourges
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bourges
Delightful Crypt Tour, Amazing Views from Tower and Impressive Cathedral
This can only be visited by a guided tour but it is worth the wait.The original tomb of the Duc du Berry (of "Les tres riches heures" fame).
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Chateau of Champs-sur-Marne Champs-sur-Marne 12.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Champs-sur-Marne
Last year I visited the beautiful Chateau de Champs-sur-Marne just outside Paris to see an excellent exhibition of 18th century costumes set out on open display in the wonderfully restored rooms.
The rooms are beautifully maintained and offer a great glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants and visitors to the chateau.
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Chateau de Malmaison Rueil-Malmaison 8.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Rueil-Malmaison
The interior is a joy of visual delights; Josephine's Sevres porcelain service, the original billiard table, the celestial globe, numerous paintings including that of Napoleon Crossing the Alps by J.L. David, Napo...
Although originally encompassing thousands of acres it now is probably less than one hundred, The home has many, many beautiful possessions of Napoleon and Josephine, tapestry, furniture, sculptures, paintings, di...
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Pantheon Paris 0.8 mi away
#36 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
Originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve, the neoclassical Pantheon now commemorates the French nation and is the burial place of distinguished French citizens such as Victor Hugo, whose tombs can b...
Pantheon Designed by Architect Jacques Germain Soufflot, the majestic Pantheon was constructed in the late 18th century, to glorify the monarchy in the form a church dedicated to Saint Genevieve.
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Cemiterio de Pere-Lachaise Paris 2.3 mi away
#37 of 2,029 Sights & Landmarks in Paris
A huge cemetery dating from the early 19th century, this is the final resting place of an amazing number of artists, musicians, authors, poets, philosophers, etc.
As a counterpoint to all that is busy and buzzy about Paris this cemetery is a place of great beauty with lovely trees and some very old headstones on the diff of a hill.
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Palais Jacques-Coeur Bourges
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Bourges
This is a truly lovely building, full of extraordinary architectural detail and beautiful craftsmanship.
You can get a Jumele ticket for €12 which covers a visit to here, and also the crypt and the tower in the Cathedral.
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Grand Canal Versailles 11.1 mi away
#9 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Versailles
It is an amazing view with beautiful gardens, statues, and other historical buildings to keep you in awe.
The canal is very large, surrounded by green trees and grass, and is perfect for a walk in a sunny day.
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