Things to Do in Paris

Things to Do in Paris, France - Paris Attractions

Things to Do in Paris

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  • Dzeny
    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina490 contributions
    I went there for a museum night, when the entrance was free of charge.
    And I had a list of all the things I wanted to see. It was quite crowded.

    The museum has a lot of stairs and is not space-wise organized like a museum you can navigate throw.
    My recommendation is to skip all the floors and go straight to the 5th floor to see all those magnificent paintings. Also stop by the second floor (to the right) to see the polar bear statue.

    And you should cover the most important things with that!
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • CADreamin
    Felton, CA579 contributions
    Even though one can't tour the cathedral, it was still breath-taking to walk around it. Plus, we visited the excavation which I had never seen before. Well worth it.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • Mike_from_Louisiana
    Abbeville, LA4 contributions
    I've been in a lot of old churches in Paris and this is possibly the most beautiful of all of them except for Notre Dame
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • CADreamin
    Felton, CA579 contributions
    Granted it's hard to appreciate the beauty of this place with hundreds of people milling about, especially those who spent an unbelievable amount of time posing for 'selfies' or photos rather than looking at the magnificance of the building, but it really was worth seeing. Would love to see it again with less people.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Mike_from_Louisiana
    Abbeville, LA4 contributions
    Took the elevators all the way up, memorable breathtaking views. Early morning lines are not long in May.
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • Emily C
    1 contribution
    I really loved the museum! First of all, the Monet Lilies were iconic and absolutely beautiful. I was amazed by his waterlilies, and the colours were so impressive! All the other paintings were so beautiful and it really added to my appreciation of art. Also, I saw the David Hockney exhibition in February 2022. This was captivating because it was so amazing that one man managed to create such beautiful paintings on an iPad. I was truly amazed! 10/10 would recommend!
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • Jonhard Larsen
    2 contributions
    I will definitly recommend visiting the roof of Arc de Triomphe, seen all around the city is spectaculer, especially dow Champs Elysses. One of the iconic places of Paris.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • Dzeny
    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina490 contributions
    I was shocked that there where not many people in the Ancient Mesopotamia part of the museum.
    Also almost nobody looking for the oldest written legal document in the East, the Hammurabi code.

    I have some advice for the people arriving with a ticket and a time slot. Enter the museum directly from the metro station, there is an entrance there, just find it in the maps.
    You don't have to wait a while in the lines in front of the pyramid, just take a walk from the metro directly below the pyramid and have your ticket scanned.

    You can buy all your souvenirs there, since they have regular shops with clothes and everything, I especially liked Pylones!
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • hellomoto88
    Ipswich, MA60 contributions
    Be prepared for lots of stairs and lots of hills. The hard work is rewarded by great views of Paris. The climb to the top of the Sacre Coeur is worth it. The neighborhood has lots of great cafes and shops. There is a little train that you can ride around on which is a nice way to see the area.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • BFK123
    Santa Rosa, CA202 contributions
    I took a river boat down the Seine from Normandy to Paris for a good week. It was a great learning experience and extremely multicultural.
    We stopped daily for historical tours, Monets Gardens being fab.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • Anthony K
    London, UK13,135 contributions
    In good weather there is no better place to sit and relax and people-watch, even if it is only elderly joggers or attractive young ladies saving food from Restaurant waste and market-traders throwing good food away. The sun blest lawns means that you do not have to enter the splendid Galleries. So many trees and flowers to admire. The perfect place to pass a couple of hours.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • CADreamin
    Felton, CA579 contributions
    We stopped here while on a Citron tour and enjoyed watching the sun set from the steps. Unfortunately, we didn't return to visit it in more depth, but just seeing the surrounding area and visiting the grounds was so worth it.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • design675
    London, UK4 contributions
    Every time I come to Paris I just NEED to visit this glorious gem! Even without the main museum, the gardens alone are a sheer delight, an oasis of calm and a time to forget time! Just sit anywhere in the garden and listen to the birdsong, the bells and crunch of gravelled paths underfoot as you gaze upon the sculpted forms of a pure master!
    Sublime!
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • SeeingTHEworld2012
    Victoria, Canada843 contributions
    Everything Paris is here.

    Restaurants, shops, cafes, specialty boutiques, museums.

    Wandering the Marais is always wonderful and discovering so much.
    Written May 22, 2022
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  • eatlocal1ofakind
    Minneapolis, MN680 contributions
    Located in the Latin Quarter this is much like the Pantheon in Rome resting place for many really prominent and less prominent French people from history. Wander the corridor and Crypt below to see them. The main floor is vast and contains massive works of art. We did not get the listening device but in hind sight wish we had.
    Written May 22, 2022
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