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Things to do in Paris

There is always something to do in Paris. With France receiving millions of tourists annually, many people are looking for a quick guide on what to experience in the City of Light. Below, you will find our extensive list of things to do during your stay in Paris. From monuments to museums, street side cafes to glorious restaurants – there are endless possibilities.  Read more about each location, including an address, directions, hours of operation, and a little history about the sight itself! Visiting Paris on Holiday? Visit our 7 day Paris Holiday guide.

SIGHTSEEING

Eiffel Tower




Eiffel Tower Paris

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is an iconic site and the picture of Paris as seen by millions of tourists every year. In 1889 Paris hosted an Exposition Universelle to mark the 100-year anniversary of the French Revolution.

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Paris Catacombs

Paris Catacombs

The Catacombs of Paris have long been a popular visiting spot for locals and tourists. An underground burial ground, the tunnels are located directly under the streets of Paris.

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Musee d’Orsay

Musee d’Orsay Paris

At the top of every visitor’s must-see list is the Musee d’Orsay. The history of the Musee d’Orsay particularly of its building is unusual. In the center of Paris on the banks of the Seine, the museum was installed in the former Orsay railway station.

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Palais Garnier – Opera National de Paris

Palais Garnier Opera National de ParisThe fabled phantom of the opera lurks in the opulent opera house commissioned by Napoleon III and designed in 1860 by Charles Garnier. Palais Garnier stands just north of the Louvre and can be reached by several of the metro lines.

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Pont Alexandre III

Pont Alexandre IIIThe Pont Alexandre was constructed at the end of the 19th century as part of a series of projects undertaken for the Universal Exposition of 1900. The exposition resided on either side of the Seine River and a new bridge would enable millions to easily access both sides of the river.

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Luxembourg Gardens

Luxembourg Gardens ParisLuxembourg Gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg) is resident in the 6 tharrondissement of Parks and was created in 1612 by Marie de’ Medici who was the widow of King Henry IV of France. The Gardens were recreated as a result of Henri IV’s assassination in 1610.

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Musée du Louvre

Musée du LouvreThe Louvre is recognized via it’s unique shape, a glass pyramid designed by the Chinese-born American architect IM Pei. The Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums and historic monument.

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Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral  ParisThe Notre Dame de Paris is French for “Our Lady of Paris”. Notre-Dame is a historic Catholic cathedral that resides on the eastern half of the Ile de la Cité. The cathedral is considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.

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Arc De Triomphe

Arc De Triomphe

The Arc’s panoramic viewing terrace is the best place to admire the geometry of Paris’s urban plan, devised by Baron Georges-Eugène Hausmann. Rows of neatly trimmed trees line each avenue adding to the effect.

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SAVE MONEY

Paris Museum Pass

Paris Museum Pass

If you are planning a trip to Paris and want to spend some time admiring great artwork and visiting grand monuments, you’ll likely save money and time by purchasing a Paris Museum Pass.

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LIFE EVENTS

Wedding in Paris

Wedding in Paris

Paris the beautiful. Perfect for a romantic wedding, with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop.

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Honeymoon in Paris

Paris Honeymoon

Honeymoons have evolved and couples can choose a trip as unique as they are. For centuries, lovers have agreed there’s no place more romantic than Paris.

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OTHER

Nightlife in Paris

Paris NightlifeThe sun has gone down and you’re in the mood to have a few martinis. Lets take a look at the some of the best spots in Paris for a little nighttime fun.

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Getting around Paris

Paris Metro

Taxi’s, Buses, Boats, and the Metro. There are many different ways to get around Paris. Lets take a look at the most popular options!

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Visit Historic Libraries

Historic Libraries in ParisParis is well known for its art and architecture, but it also sports a sizable collection of historic libraries.

>> READ MORE about the Historic Libraries in Paris

 

 

Paris Boat Tours

Paris Boat ToursIf you’ve seen the popular sights on land and you’d like to experience them from a different angle, a boat tour is a great choice for you.

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Map of Attractions

Paris Map of AttractionsWhere is the Eiffel Tower? How about the Musée du Louvre? Find our in the eParis Map of Attractions.

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