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Top 10 songs about Paris

Paris the stylish, elegant, the city of love, the city of Lights. There are so many adjectives to describe how unique Paris is! The singularity of Paris has inspired many singers around the world in their expression of love towards Paris. Here is our selection of the most beautiful songs about Paris.

J’ai 2 amours – Joséphine Baker (1931)  PLAY

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Josephine Baker was an American-born French dancer and singer. She was the leading character of the famous revue “Revue nègre” where she wore a skirt of bananas. She came to France in 1924. The song speaks of her love of Paris and her native country and framed the opening of a museum about French colonialism.

Ménilmontant – Charles Trenet (1938) PLAY

Originally from a small town in the south of France, Charles Trenet moved into the Ménilmontant neighborhood (in the 20th district of Paris) which he deals with in this song. It has had great success for many reasons. When it was released, Charles Trenet was at the top of his career as an icon for the Parisian youth. Besides, he was influenced by the American jazz and swing tones which were quite popular at the time.

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Paris – Edith Piaf (1949) PLAY

Edith Piaf is one of the most iconic singers of French music. Most of her songs are about Paris. She loved this city and described the Parisian life in her tunes. She was popular in France and abroad. All of her tunes where a success. The movie which was about the career of Marcel Cerdan, a boxer, is a good hymn of  the city because the boxer is French and the scene takes place in Paris and the US. She had a love affair with the boxer Marcel Cerdan and wrote ‘Hymne a l’amour’ in his honor after he died in a plane crash.

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Sous le ciel de Paris – Yves Montand  (1951) PLAY

Yves Montand was a Franco-Italian actor and singer who was famous for more than his abilities.  Married to a famous French actress Simone Signoret, he had an affair with Marilyn Monroe. In 1951, the French singer Jean Bretonnière performed this song for the French movie “Ciel de Paris”. Because of its great success, the song was covered by numerous musicians. Later, Yves Montand decided to re-performed it. That way, the song “Sous le ciel de Paris” became a kind of hymn of the city of Paris.



La complainte de la Butte – Traditional song  PLAY

The song was written for Renoir’s movie “French Cancan“.  The song was also part of the soundtrack for the movie ‘Moulin Rouge‘. The term “butte” refers to the hill of the Montmartre district of Paris. It tells the love story of a poet and a beggar. They met one night and fall in love with one other, but, sadly, never meet up again.

T’en souviens-tu la Seine – Anne Sylvestre (1964)  PLAY

Anne Sylvestre is a French singer who moved to Paris from Lyon to pursue her singing career. In 1964, Anne Sylvestre released her fourth album “T’en souviens-tu la Seine”.



Il est 5H Paris s’éveille – Jacques Dutronc (1968) PLAY

“Il est 5h Paris s’éveille” is one of Jacques Dutronc’s most popular songs. Written in 1968, this song had great success because it mirrored the political and social issues of the time.

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Les Champs-Elysées – Joe Dassin (1969) PLAY

Joe Dassin was a Franco-American singer. His song refers to the Champs-Elysées avenue which was regarded as a chic and elegant place in the 1960s. It depicts the meeting of a couple on the most beautiful avenue in the world.

Paris – Marc Lavoine (1992)

Marc Lavoine is a French singer and actor. After staying in the US, he came back to France and released the album “Paris”. This new album was very popular, especially because he tried to add a lot of  romanticism in his songs. The song “Paris” describes the city of Paris in a very nostalgic way.


Rive gauche – Alain Souchon (1999) PLAY

The song “Rive gauche” from 1999 refers to the part of Paris which is on the south bank of the Seine river. It describes the evolution of Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood from 1950 to 1990.

J’aime plus Paris – Thomas Dutronc (2007)


This French singer is the son of Jacques Dutronc, previously mentioned released this song in 2007. In this song Thomas Dutronc portrays a different side of Paris than is usually portrayed.

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La Seine – Vanessa Paradis (2011)


In June 2011, the French singers Vanessa Paradis and Matthieu Chedid collaborated to sing this tune, which is part of the soundtrack for the movie “A Monster in Paris”.

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Paris by night – Bénabar (2014) PLAY

Bénabar is a French singer, songwriter. In his songs Bénabar talks about everyday life. ‘Paris by Night’ is the first song of his new album releases in 2014.


Foreigners singing about Paris

April in ParisFranck Sinatra (1932)

I love Paris – Cole Porter (1962)

The last time I saw Paris – Dean Martin (1962)

Bonjour Paris – Liza Minelli (1991)


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Market Tours In Paris

You wouldn’t want to visit Paris and not take the sneak peek of the city’s Market Tours. There’s more that awaits on a trip to Paris than sculptures and monuments. One of the best ways to discover a culture is through its culinary delights and flea markets. Paris is widely considered a top destination for gastronomes and flea markets from around the world. Paris continues receiving accolades for its food products and flea markets, which undoubtedly form a cornerstone of the French way of life.

Market Tours

What to expect

Each district in Paris has its own weekly, bi-weekly, or quasi-daily market. Neatly stacked fruits and vegetables, bundles of carrots, ruffles of succulent butter lettuce, and baskets golden Chanterelle mushrooms will catch you off guard with the intrinsic beauty of French Fresh Produce. Visit to a fromager’s stall to view the delectable wares on display, such as artisan raw-milk cheeses so special they’re unavailable anywhere else in the world or take in charcuterie, homemade paté, and foie gras at the boucherie stand.

Food Market Tour

The Marche d’Aligre is just the perfect spot to explore typical Parisian market shopping experience.

The Aligre is an  open air market and is covered by Marche Beauvau markets, surrounded by flea-market stalls making it, a three in one market, and is  best place to get a real taste of the cosmopolitan nature of Paris. There are different types of stalls selling all sorts of products  from vintage and contemporary bits of crockery to clothes and last century’s gramophone players. Make sure you are not late or  you may miss out on the best things the market might have an offer on that particular day.

Market Tours

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Market Tours in Paris will take you to experience immense gourmet experience and discover some of the most famous Parisian food markets known for the quality of their products including Batignolles Market, Aligre Market, Montorgueil and Levis street. 

Small-Group Gourmet Food and Market Tour of the Bastille District in Paris

The Marché d’Aligre has an array of products from les fleurs (flour) to fruits, with variety of many other things. Has long history of serving its quartier (quarter)—the market was inaugurated in 1781— some even consider it le Second Ventre de Paris (Second Belly of Paris), based on Émile Zola’s famous novel, set around Les Halles, the enormous, busy central market of 19th Century Paris. Stroll through the maze of stalls, hand-picking seasonal produce. Explore how the market system works, food origins, and the core idea of terroir , or how Parisians go about shopping for their food and the consequences and significance of this on the French cuisine.

Flea Market Tours

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The Dauphine market one of the 14 markets in the Saint-Ouen fleamarket – Credit: Wikipedia

Paris’ St-Ouen flea market, known as Marché aux Puces St-Ouen or Les Puces de St-Ouen, is one of the largest flea markets in the world. Discover an impressive vintage focused area with 14 different markets and more than 2000 shops and get a customized experience to help you get the best shopping in Paris. Depending on your needs, we will reach and explore in depth some of the following markets: Malassis, Dauphine, Vernaison, Biron, Paul Bert, Serpette and Jules Vallès. Explore, your knowledgeable guide will explain the history of the market, which dates back to 1885, while showing you many of the secret corners of the vibrant market.

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 As you stroll through the market, have a throwback to a different era, learn all about know-how’s of bargain in the market: how to distinguish junk from genuine gems, where to go for the biggest discounts, and who sells what and where. Hear tales of famous celebrities like Sharon Stone and Madonna, who’ve been known to shop here, and learn about their favorite market shops at St-Ouen Flea Market: Bargain-Hunting Tour in Paris

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Discover the markets of Paris

Paris is known for being the capital of fashion and shopping is one of the things you should not miss while you’re here. But don’t forget that there is more than shops and malls. Have you ever thought about shopping on one the beautiful markets. You will certainly find what you’re looking for! Let’s discover our selection of market places in Paris.

Book market

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There is only one book market in Paris. Obviously, this is a place to go for lovers of old books since you will find a great deal of ancient and second-hand books.

  • Opening: All the year on Saturdays & Sundays from 9 AM to 6 PM.
  • Location: 8th district of Paris, metro stop Porte de Vanves metro station (line 14).

Stamp markets

In contrast to the urban legend, stamps are not in voice of disappear! People still collection them. Paris offers one stamp market for lovers of stamps.

  • Opening: All the year on Thursdays from 9 AM to 7.30 PM.
  • Location: 8th district of Paris, metro stop Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau metro station (lines 1 and 13).

Food markets

Food markets are an important part of French lifestyle since you can find the freshest food there. Basicly, you can find local food markets in every part of town but some of them are still special. Click here to learn more about the food markets of Paris such as Raspail or le Marché des Enfants Rouges.

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Flower market: Marché aux Fleurs – Reine Elizabeth II

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Created in 1808,  this flower market is the oldest flower market of Paris with a huge selection of seasonal and exotic flowers and plants. Its original name is Marché aux Fleurs, meaning Flower Market. In 2014, Queen Elizabeth II visited France for the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Therefore, the market was renamed.

  • Opening:  Every day from 8 AM to 7.00 PM except on Sundays.
  • Location: 4th district of Paris, metro stop Cité metro station (line 4).

Flea markets

Flea markets are the perfect occasion for those who are looking for second-handed and vintage things like clothes, books, furniture or other things.

The Saint-Ouen

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The Dauphine market one of the 14 markets in the Saint-Ouen fleamarket – Credit: Wikipedia

The Saint-Ouen flea market is one of the largest flea markets in the world. Spreading over 7 hectares, it is known for the huge amount of rare antiquities.

  • Opening: Mondays, Sundays and Saturday from 9 AM to 7.30 PM.
  • Location: 18th district of Paris, metro stop Porte de Clignancourt (Line 4) metro stations.

Porte de Vanves

The Porte de Vanves flea market is not the biggest one but its medium size allows vendors to exhibit an important amount of antique items. Moreover, you will be able to enjoy advice of professional antiques sellers.

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  • Opening: On weekends from 9 AM to 7.30 PM.
  • Location: 14th district of Paris, metro stop Porte de Vanves (Line 13) or Porte de Clignancourt (Line 4)

Note if you want to avoid the crowd, the morning is the best moment for you to go there (between 9 AM and 10 AM).


This market, which exists since 1860, has kept its traditional aspect. That means that most of the goods that are displayed there are ancient. So, it will be the perfect place if you are looking for retro and vintage stuff. Take note that this is not a very touristy place. Thus it enables you to discover a calm and authentic market.

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  • Opening: On Mondays until Saturdays from 7 AM to 7.30 PM.
  • Location: 20th district of Paris, metro stop Porte de Montreuil metro station (Line 9).

If you want further information about Paris markets Click here (French)

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25 Movies About Paris

Sure – Paris is one of the most famous metropoles but did you already know that it is also a popular scene for movies? We have prepared a short overview of movies about or set in Paris.

Amélie Poulain (2001) – Romantic Comedy

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Amélie Poulain was directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet with Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz and Isabelle Nanty in the leading role. Amelie is a waitress for a small café in Montmartre. She gave up her sentimental life after love failures.  Her life will change after the death of the princess Diana on August, 31st 1997.


Paris brûle-t-il (1966) – Historical Movie


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Paris brûle-t-il directed by René Clément with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Boyer and Leslie Caron in the leading roles. It is an historical movie that shows the French resistance and military actions against the Allies who occupied the city. Will they be able to get away from the Allies ‘control?

2 days in Paris (2007) – Romantic Comedy

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2 days in Paris was directed and produced by Julie Deply with her, Adam Goldberg and Daniel Brühl in the leading roles. Marion, played by Julie Deply, is a French photographer who lives with her boyfriend in New York City. They will spend 2 days in Paris but the journey will be difficult, she will be struggled between her ex relationship and her parents’ reactions. This movie received the Coup de Coeur Awards (Mons International Festival of Love films) and the Prix Jacques Prévert du Scénario for the Best Screenplay.


Chacun recherche son chat (1996) – Romantic Comedy

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Chacun recherche son chat (1996) was directed by Cédric Klapisch, with Garance Clavel, Zinedine Soualem, Renée Le Calm and Oliver Py. Chloé, played by Garance Clavel, is a make-up artist who decides to take vacations. To do so, she needs to give her cat to her neighbor. The old woman will lose the cat in the crowd, in a famous area. Will they be able to find the cat again?

Midnight  in Paris (2011) – Romantic Comedy

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Midnight in Paris was directed and written by Woody Allen, with Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Marion Cotillard in the leading roles. In 2013, this movie received the Golden Globe Awards for the best Screenplay Gil (Owen Wilson) and Inez (Rachel McAdmans) are two American fiancé who want to get married. They spend few days in Paris, Gil fall in love with the city and decide to stay here against the others ‘opinion.  While he travel over the city, to find inspiration for a new novel to write, he fall in love with Adriana (Marion Cotillard). Who will he choose between Inez and Adriana?

Tout le monde dit I love you (1966) – Musical Comedy

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Tout le monde dit I love you (1996) is an American musical comedy directed by Woody Allen with himself, Julia Roberts and Goldie Hawn for the leading roles.  This movie deals with the romantic adventures.

Moulin Rouge (2001) – Musical

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Moulin Rouge was directed by Baz Luhrmann with Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman, Jim Broadbent, Richard Roxburgh and John Leguizamo in the leading roles. Christian (Ewan McGregor is a young poet. He moved to Montmartre and met Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (John Leguizamo) who convinced him to write a play for the Moulin Rouge. This movie won more than 15 awards and was also nominated for a lot.

Da Vinci Code (2006) – Thriller

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Da Vinci Code was adapted from Dan Brown’s detective novel of the same name. The movie was directed by Ron Howard with Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen and Alfred Molina in the leading roles. One day, the professor Robert Langdon who study the symbols, was called to the Louvre Museum. The Sainère died, and left a symbol behind him, we need Professor Langdon to solve this mystery.

Le dernier métro (1980) – Romance

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Le dernier metro is a french movie directed by François Truffaut with Catherine Deuneuve, Gérard Depardieu and Heinz Bennet in the leading roles. The movie took place during the time when the Allies occupied the north of France. Marion Steiner (Catherine Deneuve) only thinks about the rehearsals of a play. The play was at first directed by her Jewish husband. While everybody think that Lucas Steiner (Heinz Bennet), her husband has left France, he is hiding in the basement of the theater.  This movie have received a lot of awards for the best movie, best scenario etc.

La traversée de Paris (1956) – Comedy

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La traversée de Paris is a franco-italian comedy movie directed by Claude Autant –Lara with Jean Gabin, Bourvil and Louis de Funès in the leading roles.  Marcel Martin (Bourvil) is an unemployed taxi driver who earns money by delivering things on the black market. One day, he will have to deliver by foot, 4 suitcases which contains pork. This movie received the best French film of the year.

La Grande Vadrouille (1966) – Comedy

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La Grande Vadrouille is a movie directed by Gérard Oury, with Louis de Funès, Bourvil and Terry-Thomas in the leading roles. This is the story of two Frenchmen who works for a British Air Force. The two Royal Air bomber try to avoid being caught by the Germans, who occupied France. For more than 30 years, la Grande Vadrouille was the movie with a successful cinematography worldwide, before being outdated by Titanic in 1998. For more than 40 years it was the movie with the biggest success the French territory before being outdated by Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis

Intouchables (2011) – Comedy

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Intouchables is a French comedy movie directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toleadano, with François Cluzet and Omar Sy in the leading roles. It is the second movie with the biggest box office in France. Omar Sy received the César Award for Best Actor. The movie starts with Driss (Omar Sy) and Philppe Maserati (François Cluzet) being chased by the police as Driss drive at high speed. Then Driss said that Maserati has an epileptic seizure and that he needs to be driven to the hospital rapidly. See this movie to know more about their one of a kind friendship.

La haine (1995) – Drama

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La haine is a french black and white drama, directed by Mathieu Kassovitz with Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé and Saïd Taghmaoui in the leading roles. It was nominated for the Cesar Award 11 times and won 3 times for the Best Movie. The movie starts with the aftermath of riots which opposed the youngster and the police in a suburb. It follows the adventures of 3 young friends of Abdel Ichaha: Vinz (Vincent Cassel), Hubert (Hubert Koundé) and Saïd (Saïd Taghmaoui).

Ratatouille (2002) – Animation

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Ratatouille is an American animation film directed by Brad Bird, provided by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The title of the movie refer to a famous French dish. Remy is a rat who wants to become a cook.  He will meet Alfredo a young man who works at a famous restaurant. One day, Alfredo Linguini, a garbage man for a restaurant, will be in trouble, he will spill accidently a soup but he can’t cook. Remy will help him to cook the soup again.

Les bossus de notre dame (1996) – Animation

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Les bossus de Notre-Dame is a Disney animation movie produced by Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise and Tab Murphy. This movie was inspired by the novel “Notre-Dame de Paris” of Victor Hugo. It was successful that there was a second volume in 2002. The movie start in 1482, Clopin is a gypsy who came to Paris 20 years ago. He makes laugh the children in front of a theatre. Claude Frollo, is an evil judge, he chase the gypsies who illegally entered Paris.  Will Clopin be able to make a living in Paris? This movie was nominated over 15 times and won 7 awards.

Un American à Paris (1951) – Musical

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This movie is a musical directed by Vincente Minnelli, with Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant and Georges Guétary in the leading roles. It was inspired by the orchestral composition of George Gershwin: An American in Paris. The movie took place in Paris, Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) is a young painter who fall in love with Lise (Leslie Caron) who already have a fiancé.  Will they be able to be together? This movie received a lot of awards for Best Art, Best Picture etc.

Ne le dis à personne (2006) – Thriller

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Ne le dis à personne is a french thriller directed and produced by Guillaume Canet with François Cluzet, André Dussollier, Maria-Josée Croze and Kristin Scott Thomas in the leading roles.  This movie is a remake of the same name novel of Harlan Coben.  Margot and Alexandre are each another madly in love. To celebrate their love, they have a regular anniversary. Margot and Alexandre were assaulted: Mary died and Alexandre was in coma during few days. Once he wake up, he is suspected by the police. Will he be able to clear his name?


Taken (2009) – Thriller

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Taken is a French thriller, directed by Pierre Morel with Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, and Leland Orser in the leading roles. Bryan (Liam Neeson) is a retired CIA who lives alone. His wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen) and his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace) lives together. Kim comes to France with her friend Amanda to visit her father. While their trip, Amanda and Kim will be kidnapped by sex trafficking organization. Here start the hunting of Bryan, who will do everything to find his daughter.

Le diner des cons (1998) – Comedy

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Le diner des cons is a French comedy, directed and written by Francis Veber, it was inspired by his play. We have Jacques Villeret, Thierry Lhermitte, Francis Huster and Alexandra Vandernoot in the leading roles.  Pierre Brochant is a publisher who regularly organize “idiots’ dinner” with his friends. Each of the people who participates have to bring a dumb person.  Nominated 6 times at the Cesar Awards in 1998, it received 3 awards: Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Writing.

Inception (2011) – Science fiction

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Inception is an American science fiction directed, produced and written by Christopher Nolan, with Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon –Levitt and Marion Cotillard in the leading roles.  Dominick Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) are outlaw extractors. They get information by spying the subconscious of some people thanks to a new technology developed by the United States. Saito (Ken Watanabe) is a Japanese business man who is targeted by Dom and Arthur.  Saito will make a deal with them: if they prove his innocence, he will give the “Inception”.

Les misérables (2012) – Romantic Musical

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Les miserable is a romantic musical directed by Tom Hooper with Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried in the leading roles. This movie was inspired by Victor Hugo’s novel: les Misérables. During the XIX Century, Jean Valjean is a former convicted who has to take care of Cosette, the daughter of Fatine, a estate woman who had to prostitute to make a living for her and her daughter. This movie had won more than 30 awards.

Aristochats (1970) – Animation

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Aristochats is an animation movie of Walt Disney productions that was produced by Wolfgang Reitherman. It was inspired Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe. Duchesse is a cat who lives in a house of a former opera singer, Adélaide Bonnefamille, in Paris with her 3 kitten: Marie, Toulouse and Berlioze. This rich old woman is making her will, she will have to give all her legacy to someone but she doesn’t have anyone beside her cats. Edgar, the major- domo of the house, who is unhappy about Adélaide’s will. What will happen between Edgar and the cats?

Les rivières pourpres (2000) – Thriller

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Les rivieres pourpres is a French movie directed by Mathieu Kassovitz with Jean Reno, Vincent Cassel, Nadia Farès, Dominique Sandra and Karim Belkhadra in the leading roles . It is a remake of Jean Christophe’s same name novel. Pierre Niémans (Jean Reno) is a French police officer who investigate about a murder. Max Kerkérian (Vincent Cassel) is a lieutenant in a small city, who also investigate about a hit-and-run case.  The two cases are similar, Niémans and Kerkérian are looking for the same person.

Un monstre à Paris (2011)  – Animation

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Un monstre à Paris is a French animation movie directed by Bibo Bergeron and produced by Luc Besson. The story happen in 1910, during the flood of Seine River. Two friends: Emilie and Raoul, create a monster accidentally in the scientific lab. The monster is terrifying all the inhabitants.  Lucille, friend of Raoul, is a singer for a successful cabaret : “l’oiseau rare”. One day, she met the monster and discovered his hidden singing talent. Will the monster be still terrifying for everyone?

Dernier Tango à Paris (1972) – Drama

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Le dernier tango à Paris is a French and Italian drama directed by Bernardo Bertolucci with Marlon Brando, Maria Schneider and Jean-Pierre Léaud in the leading roles. Paul (Marion Brando) is a 40 years old man who is married to a hotel owner. Rosa, the hotel owner cheats on Paul with a lodger and one day she kill herself. Jeanne (Maria Schneider) is a young woman who lives with her widow mother. Those two want to leave their house and are looking at the same apartment but they will be engaged in a relationship even if they don’t know anything about each another.

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Les choses à voir à Paris en deux jours

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Deux jours à Paris ne sont pas assez de temps pour voir toute la ville, mais si cela est tout ce que vous avez, ne vous inquiétez pas – il suffit de planifier en conséquence. Un séjour de deux jours est suffisant, aussi longtemps que vous êtes efficace! Voici un guide sur les choses à voir à Paris en deux jours.

2 jours à Paris

Jour 1- Commencez votre premier jour à la Tour Eiffel. La Tour Eiffel est situé sur le Champs de Mars et a plus à offrir que juste la vue à couper le souffle! La Tour Eiffel a trois niveaux ouverts au public. Les trois étages sont accessibles par des ascenseurs, et les deux premiers niveaux sont également accessibles par des escaliers. Voici une ventilation de ce que chaque niveau a à offrir.

Niveau un: plancher transparent, immersion spectacle, affichage interactif sur l’histoire de la Tour Eiffel, une boutique de souvenirs, le 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant, le Buffet Tour Eiffel

Niveau deux: idéal pour la prise de vue, trois boutiques de souvenirs, le buffet Tour Eiffel, du restaurant Jules Verne, histoire fenêtre, vision bien

Niveau trois: le bureau de Gustave Eiffel, cartes panoramiques, un petit modèle de la Tour Eiffel d’origine, le bar à champagne

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Après la visite de la Tour Eiffel, vous rendre à la Seine et à bord d’un Bateau-Mouche pour une visite de Paris à partir de la rivière! La majorité des monuments de Paris sont situés le long de la Seine, alors profiter d’une croisière en bateau-mouche est le moyen le plus efficace de voir les choses à Paris en deux jours. things to see paris 2 days

Un endroit populaire à Paris qui est pas situé sur la Seine est L’avenue des Champs-Élysées. L’avenue des Champs-Élysées est bordée de magasins de marchandises et est un endroit parfait pour un déjeuner délicieux; il est aussi la plus belle avenue du monde. Faites votre chemin dans une brasserie traditionnelle, ou d’une boulangerie locale pour un sandwich sur le pouce!
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L’après-midi est un moment idéal pour visiter le quartier de Montmartre. Etant l’un des quartiers les plus anciens et les plus intéressants de paires, Montmartre est un must pour les choses à voir à Paris en deux jours. Lancer sur le boulevard de Clichy, au bas de la colline, et de faire votre chemin dans les rues pavées de La Basilique de Sacré-Cœur. Montmartre est également le Moulin Rouge, les marchés de rue, et de Saint-Pierre de Montmartre.
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Jour 2- Commencez votre deuxième journée à Paris avec un voyage à la célèbre Musée du Louvre. Le Louvre possède une incroyable collection de 35 000 œuvres d’art, et de ne pas mentionne la belle architecture détail dans le bâtiment lui-même. En plus de voir la Joconde et d’autres chefs-d’œuvre, le Louvre possède deux cafés situés dans le musée un café situé juste en dessous de l’entrée Pyramide. Il ya trois visites guidées par jour du Louvre, mais si vous préférez vous aventurer sur votre propre il ya un guide accès instantané audio avec des commentaires sur plus de 1000 chefs-d’œuvre disponible pour un peu plus de 2 €.

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Après votre visite au musée du Louvre, la tête de la cathédrale Notre-Dame. Notre-Dame est ouvert tous les jours de l’année et les visiteurs sont invités à visiter l’intérieur de la cathédrale et de participer à ses services. La cathédrale est remplie de vitraux, histoire détaillée, l’architecture gothique, et est libre d’entrer, mais si vous souhaitez voir la vue imprenable du haut des tours, il vous en coûtera un peu plus.

things to see in paris in 2 daysthings to see in paris in 2 daysLa prochaine chose à voir à Paris est de deux jours est le Marais. Dans votre après-midi ici, vous devez visiter la place la plus ancienne et la plus belle de Paris, la Place de Vosges. Voici les artistes, les visiteurs et les habitants vont se prélasser au soleil parisien à l’été. Le Marais regorge aussi de galeries d’art et boutiques à la mode, non seulement à l’intérieur, mais aussi dans les rues. Le Marais est également connu pour diverses spécialités culinaires, surtout le brunch du dimanche.

things to see in paris in 2 days

Si vous vous retrouvez avec un peu de temps, je vous recommande de le dépenser au Musée d’Orsay fortement. Ce musée abrite des peintures impressionnistes de style, meubles, sculptures et photographies.

Plus de jours? Il y a encore beaucoup à faire à Paris comme à explorer cimetière du Père Lachaise et d’entendre les histoires de tous les français et les étrangers enterré là. Prenez un voyage d’une journée ou deux à Vallée de la Loire, Chartres, ou le Mont-Saint-Michel.

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Aller à Londres lors d’une excursion de Paris avec Eurostar

En plus de Paris, Londres a des nombreuses attractions principales pour les touristes de profiter! Avec l’achèvement du chemin de fer Eurostar en 1994, le tunnel sous la Manche relie ces deux villes animées en seulement deux heures. Voici ce que vous devez savoir si vous allez à Londres lors d’une excursion de Paris avec l’Eurostar.

Comment arrivez-vous à Londres en Eurostar?

La première chose que vous devez faire est de réserver un billet de train. Billets Eurostar peuvent varier de très raisonnable extrêmement coûteux dans le prix selon le moment où vous achetez votre billet. Pour les meilleurs tarifs, réserver vos billets au moins trois mois à l’avance. Si réservé trois mois à l’avance, les prix des billets peuvent commencer aussi bas que $ 52,00 par personne et par trajet. Plus vous vous rapprochez de votre date de départ, le plus cher qu’ils obtiennent, et si vous décidez de réserver des billets d’une semaine à l’avance, les prix sont autour de 100,00 $ par personne et par trajet. Le plus tôt vous savez quand vous voulez aller, le meilleur!

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Le voyage de Paris à Londres en Eurostar prendre environ deux heures, et il ya des trains au départ environ toutes les heures à partir d’environ 7h00 et le dernier train quitte peu après 21h00. A Paris, les trains partent de la Gare du Nord, et arrivent à Londres à la gare de St. Pancras International.

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Qu’y at-il à faire et à voir à Londres?

London Eye – une excellente façon de voir la ville de Londres, jour ou de la nuit!

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Westminster Abbey – lieu de repos des tombes royales, le président du Couronnement, et où le prince Charles et la princesse Diana se sont mariés.

London Excursion Paris Eurostar

Big Ben – la célèbre tour de l’horloge à l’extrémité nord du Palais de Westminster, la maison du Parlement britannique.

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The Tower of London – Forteresse et le palais de Sa Majesté situés sur la Tamise, la maison des bijoux royaux.

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Madame Tussauds – célèbre musée de cire et amusant pour tout le monde, des chiffres allant de les Royals de Bollywood!

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Theatre District – avec plus de 40 sites dans le West End de Londres, des billets sont disponibles pour les spectacles, y compris Roi Lion, Jersey Boys et Les Misérables.

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Notre sélection des brasseries typiques

Si vous êtes à la recherche pour certains endroits où dîner et que vous voulez sentir, voir et sentir le vrai Paris, vous avez besoin de dîner dans une brasserie. Servant des spécialités intemporels, brasseries parisiennes vous donnera une tranche de la vraie vie parisienne avec une expérience mémorable. Voici notre sélection des brasseries parisiens typiques:

1) Brasserie Flo:

Presque hors de la vue, la Brasserie Flo est orné de statues de minuscules lumières ornés, peintures murales, sculptures complexes et sur le lambris de bois sombre. Cette brasserie a une petite fusée allemande et sert des spécialités classiques comme le steak tartare, huitres chaudes au champagne et petit salé aux lentilles.

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Addresse: 7 cour des Petites-Ecuries, Paris, France, 75010

Téléphone: 01 47 70 13 59


2) La Coupole:

Avec Ernest Hemingway présente sur sa soirée d’ouverture, La Coupole détient la réputation d’être le plus grandiose brasserie à Paris. Décoré avec art par les artistes de Montparnasse, vous pouvez danser dans la salle de bal bas ou prendre un délicieux repas sur la terrasse.

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Addresse: 102 boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, France, 75014

Téléphone: 01 43 20 14 20


3) Bofinger:

Connue comme la plus ancienne brasserie à Paris, Bofinger est décoré dans un style Belle Epoque. Avec une sélection exceptionnelle de fruits de mer, vous pouvez avoir un avant-goût de tartare de saumon, les escargots, les huîtres, les fruits de mer ou de plateau gigantesque.

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Addresse: 5-6 rue de la Bastille, 75004

Téléphone: 01 42 72 87 82


4) Terminus Nord:

Situé en face de la Gare du Nord de Paris, Chef Pascal Boulogne traite les convives à l’ultime expérience parisienne. Les voyageurs arrêtent souvent ici dans la matinée pour un croissant et un petit café, où le déjeuner et le dîner sont accompagnés de vins français.

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Addresse: 23 rue de Dunkerque, Paris, France, 75010

Téléphone: 01 42 85 05 15


5) Brasserie ma Bourgogne: 

Situé dans le quartier du Marais à Paris, Brasserie ma Bourgogne vous permet de dîner en face de la magnifique Place des Vosges. Ici vous pourrez déguster quelque chose de plats traditionnels de la Bourgogne, les plats traditionnels de la campagne Beaujolais.

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Addresse: 19 Place de Vosges, Paris, France, 75004

Téléphone: 01 42 78 44 64


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3 Endroits à Rester dans Paris

Avec 14 arrondissements et plus de 2000 hôtels situés dans Paris, une grande partie de l’effort peut aller dans le choix le parfait pour répondre à vos besoins pour votre voyage. Voici notre recommandation pour vous sur 3 endroits pour séjourner à Paris.

1) L’Arc de Triomphe

La zone autour de l’Arc de Triomphe est un endroit populaire pour les touristes de rester à Paris. En effet, il est un lieu de banlieue facile. Il ya un accès facile aux taxis, les bus et le métro, ce qui peut vous prendre trop et depuis l’aéroport, monuments et musées pour un coût très faible. En outre, cette région dispose de plusieurs hôtels de qualité et vérifiées. Parce qu’il est un mélange entre les hôtels des chaînes internationales, comme Radisson et Best Western, et les hôtels locaux, vous obtiendrez la meilleure valeur pour votre argent ici. Enfin, depuis le trottoir des Champs Elysées en haut de l’Arc de Triomphe, cette région a une des meilleures vues de la ville des lumières.

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2) Museé Louvre/Le Marais

Rester près du Louvre ou dans le quartier du Marais, il est idéal si vous voulez être à proximité d’une variété de monuments, musées et activités. A l’est du Louvre, vous êtes près du Jardin Tulleries, Musée d’Orsay, Place de la Concorde, les Champs-Élysées, le Grand Palais, le Pont Alexandre III, et si vous vous sentez aventureux et que vous avez des chaussures de marche sur, Les invalides. A l’ouest du Louvre, vous êtes près de la Seine, le Pont Neuf, La Sainte Chapelle, Notre-Dame, le Centre Pompidou, l’Hôtel de Ville de Paris, et le Forum des Halles. Si vous cherchez un endroit très culturelle de rester, choisir de rester dans le quartier du Marais qui est considéré comme «vieux Paris». Si vous séjournez dans Le Marais, vous serez à proximité de la Place de Vosges, le musée Victor Hugo, le musée Picasso, plusieurs belles cours, le Musée Cognac-Jay, rue des Rosiers, le Cloître des Billettes, le Centre Pompidou, et Village Saint-Paul. Ces zones sont aussi connus pour leurs hôtels haut de gamme.

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3) Saint-Germain-de-Près

Ce quartier chic de Paris est connu pour ses restaurants de qualité et d’anciens résidents. Situé dans le 6ème arrondissement de Paris, Saint-Germain-de-Prés est le foyer de restaurants étoilés Michelin notés comme Guy Savory et La Société. Il est également le foyer de cafés célèbres, comme Café Flore, Café Les Deux Magots et la Brasserie Lipp, où la célèbre artiste et écrivains utilisés pour passer leur temps. En outre, Saint-Germain-de-Prés est l’ancienne maison de Boris Vian, connu comme le prix couronne de Saint-Germain-de-Prés, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Ernest Hemingway, André Breton, Pablo Picasso, et la dernière résidence d’Eugène Delacroix, qui est à la maison est maintenant un musée.

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Quoi faire à Paris en une semaine

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L’intention de passer une semaine à Paris? Il y a tellement de choses à voir et à faire, mais avec ce guide, vous saurez exactement quoi faire à Paris pour une semaine.

Jour 1

  • Le Musée du Louvre – Contenant plus de 35 000 chefs-d’œuvre, le Louvre est le musée le plus visité au monde. Le foyer de la Mona Lisa, Liberty Leading the People et The Raft of the Medusa.
  • La Tour Eiffel – Le monument le plus symbolique de la culture française, la Tour Eiffel est un must à Paris. Admirez au niveau du sol, ou de faire l’aventure au sommet!What to do in Paris for a Week
  • Une Dîner croisière Bateaux-Mouches – Ceci est la façon idéale de terminer une longue journée. À bord d’un Bateaux-Mouches sur la Seine et profiter d’un délicieux repas tout en admirant Paris de la rivière.

Jour 2

  • La Cathédrale Notre-Dame – Prendre plus de cent ans pour terminer, la cathédrale Notre-Dame est majestueux avec ses vitraux, l’architecture gothique, et des gargouilles. Entrez la cathédrale gratuitement, ou monter dans les tours pour et vue imprenable sur Paris pour un coût supplémentaire.
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  • Musée d’Orsay – A l’origine une gare ferroviaire, le musée d’Orsay abrite aujourd’hui de nombreuses peintures impressionnistes d’artistes tels que Van Gogh, Renoir, et Monet.
  • Le Marais – Une fois que le quartier aristocratique de Paris, Le Marais est maintenant rempli de galeries d’art, de la mode hip et restaurants branchés. Arrêtez la Place de Vosges qui est la plus ancienne place prévue à Paris.

Jour 3

  • Le cimetière du Père Lachaise – De six personnes ayant mis au repos l’année d’ouverture, à plus de 6000 moins de 10 ans plus tard, Père Lachaise dans le lieu de repos de plusieurs personnes célèbres. Visitez les tombes de Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Géricault, Molière et Balzac.
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  • Montmartre – Accueil du Moulin Rouge, le Sacré-Cœur Basilique, et l’église de Saint-Pierre, les rues pavées de Montmartre sont vivantes! Relevez le défi de faire tout le chemin jusqu’à la colline pour visiter la Basilique ou choisir de monter le «train petite ‘vers le haut à la place.
  • Musée Grévin – Comparable à Madame Tussauds, le musée de cire Grévin est un endroit idéal pour les enfants à obtenir leurs photos prises avec des icônes comme Barack Obama, le pape Francis, Einstein et Gandhi.

Jour 4

  • Château de Versailles – L’un des châteaux les plus grands et les plus luxueux du monde, Versailles est un endroit que vous aurez envie de passer une journée entière à. Promenez-vous dans la galerie des Glaces, puis se diriger vers les jardins. Ne pas oublier de faire le petit voyage à la maison de Marie-Antoinette et le Grand Trion.What to do in Paris for a Week

Jour 5

  • L’Arc de Triumph – Situé dans le centre de la Place Charles de Gaulle, l’Arc de Triomphe est l’un des monuments les plus célèbres de Paris. Cette honneurs d’arc tout le monde qui ont combattu et est mort dans la Révolution française et les guerres napoléoniennes. Les victoires et leurs généraux sont inscrits sur la surface de l’arc. Comme la Tour Eiffel, vous pourrez admirer à partir du niveau du sol, ou choisir de monter au sommet pour une vue à couper le souffle de Paris.What to do in Paris for a Week
  • Champs Elysée / Avenue Montaigne – A l’est de l’Arc de Triomphe, les Champs Elysée est qui est bordée de nombreux magasins, restaurants, parcs et monuments. Bifurquant de Champs Elysée Montaigne Ave. Certains des boutiques les plus luxueuses se fait sur cette rue et comprend des magasins comme Louis Vuitton, Dior et Chanel.
  • Musée Rodin – Ouverture en 1919, le Musée Rodin est dédiée pour afficher le travail de l’artiste Auguste Rodin. Beaucoup de sculptures de Rodin sont situés dans le jardin, tandis que 300 cents de ses œuvres se trouvent dans la maison principale, l’Hôtel Biron.

Jour 6

  • Saint-Michel – Près de la Seine, la place Saint-Michel est le foyer de la Fontaine Saint-Michel et montre une vue de Sainte-Chapelle et Palais de Justice. Saint-Michel est pleine de charme historique.
  • Saint-Germain-de-Près – Dans le cadre du Quartier Latin de Paris, Saint-Germain-de-Prés est la germination de boutiques uniques, des restaurants et une ambiance parisienne. De loin l’un des plus grands domaines de flâner à Paris.
  • Jardin du Luxembourg – Commandée par Marie de Médicis en 1612, le Jardin du Luxembourg est divisé en deux gardes: anglais et français. Au total, il ya 106 statues réparties à travers les deux jardins, avec un verger de pommiers, des fontaines, et la roseraie. Il y a beaucoup d’activités pour les enfants qui se déroulent dans le parc ainsi.What to do in Paris for a Week

Jour 7

  • Les Invalides – Maintenant, le lieu de repos de Napoléon, des Invalides est un musée national de Paris présentant tout ce que tout le monde voudrait savoir ou voir à propos de l’armée française. En plus d’être un musée de la guerre, des Invalides est inclut aussi un hôpital pour anciens combattants.
  • Les Catacombes de Paris – Contenant les restes de plus de six millions de personnes, cette ancienne mine de calcaire à Paris, est maintenant un labyrinthe souterrain éclairé. Les gens ont visité cet ossuaire depuis le début du 19e siècle et maintenant les gens alignent encore à venir voir l’endroit attentivement ossements humains quelque 40 pieds sous terre.
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Planning a Trip to Paris with Kids

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Thinking of taking your kids on a vacation trip to Paris? It could be difficult to understand what there is to do. Here are 10 things to do when you plan vacations to Paris with kids.

1) Take a stroll along the Seine 

vacation trip paris kidsWith a majority of famous monuments of Paris located in close proximity to the river, the Seine is a magnificent area to take a stroll with kids. You can see the la Tour Eiffel, le Musée d’Orsay, Place de la Concorde, le Louvre, le Pont Neuf, l’Hôtel de Ville, Notre-Dame and La Sainte Chapelle. If you find yourselves walking along the Seine, near the Musée d’Orsay, the Invalides, and Place de la Concorde, you will find an area by the Seine called les Berges. Les Berges offer a numerous amount of outdoor play structures, outdoor games, and rest areas for kids.

2) Disneyland

vacation trip paris kidsAs the most visited theme park in all of France, Disneyland Paris is an adventure to bring kids to. Disneyland Paris is composed of two parks: Disneyland Park et Walt Disney Studios Park. Allow for at least one day at Disneyland Paris because both parks are filled with restaurants, charming experiences, and rides including Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast.

3) River cruise

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Another way you can explore Paris with kids is by riding on a river cruise. This outdoor tour boat is a wonderful way to relax for an afternoon, and not miss out on one of the must-see sites. Some companies also offer cruise lunches and dinners for an additional cost. Keep in mind that there are also discounted prices for kids.


4) Museums 

Paris, being a historical city, there are several museums to visit! In addition to the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay, the Centre Pompidou has interactive exhibitions for kids. The Musée de la Poupée is enchanting for little girls and Grévin is a wax museum where kids can take pictures with famous wax figures like Barack Obama, Brigitte Bardot and the queen.
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5) Les Invalides

Les Invalides houses the biggest collection of the nation on the history of the French army and the remains of Napoleon housed in an extravagant tomb. This is the ideal place for kids who are a little older (teenagers) interested in weapons of war and history.
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6) Champs Elysées

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For an ideal shopping session, or for a stroll on a beautiful Parisian day, go towards avenue des Champs Elysée. At the Champs Elysée there are stores that everyone loves. From high-end luxury boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Chanel, to less expensive options like Banana Republic, Marks and Spencer, and Levi, there is a store for everyone to shop at!

7) Restaurants 

vacation trip paris kidsAll parents know that kids can be difficult at times, especially when they are hungry! No need to stress. Paris has very accommodating restaurants pour kids. Here are some of our recommendations: Angelina, La Boule Rouge, Le Grande Café, and Pizza Pino.

8) Luxembourg Gardens 

vacation trip paris kidsThere’s no better place to let out a little energy than the Luxembourg Gardens. Initially commissioned by Marie de Medici, this park holds more than 2000 trees, 100 statues, monuments, and fountains. It is the setting of various pieces of famous literature including the novel by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables. The Luxembourg Gardens is a fantastic spot to bring the family for a picnic and after, to rent mini wooden boats for boat races in one of the fountains.

9) The Vincennes Zoo

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In Paris, there are several zoos and aquariums to visit, but the most popular, the Vincennes Zoo, is a success for kids. There are five principal natural environments (bio zones) that make up the zoo. The Vincennes Zoo allows you to have breakfast with giraffes, special encounters with animals in the animal park, and provides guided tours.

10) Versailles

The majestic Palace of Versailles is a place where you shouldn’t miss seeing when planning your tips to Paris with kids. Located on the outskirts of the city if Paris, Versailles is the most exquisite palace of all of France. After having gone through the palace, make your way to the gardens to see the fountains. If you’re lucky, you might see the water show! You can bring a picnic here, stay in the gardens, make your way to the little pond, or take a little train to discover the Grand Trion and the house of Marie-Antoinette. Be sure to give yourself a lot of time for Versailles, as there is a lot to do and see.
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5 monuments à voir à Paris

Avec Paris étant la ville animée qu’il est, il peut être difficile de déterminer où aller et les lieux à voir. Après avoir lu notre guide des lieux d’intérêt à Paris, vous saurez exactement où vous voulez aller !

1) La Tour Eiffel

Signature du monument de Paris! Debout à plus de 1000 pieds de haut, la Tour Eiffel offre une vue imprenable sur Paris. Vous pouvez vous arrêter sur le premier niveau pour une vue incroyable et les achats dePlaces of Interest Paris souvenirs ou les lieux de niveau d’intérêt Parissecond, qui abrite le célèbre restaurant Jules Vernes. Si vous vous sentez vraiment aventureux, continuer sur le troisième niveau de l’expérience d’une vue à 360 ° au niveau des nuages. Ne pas oublier d’arrêter au sombre pour voir la Tour Eiffel tout illuminé!

2) Le Musée du Louvre

Venez visiter le plus grand musée du monde et l’un des principaux lieux d’intérêt à Paris. Auparavant, l’ancienne résidence des rois de France, le Louvre accueille aujourd’hui plus de 35.000 chefs-d’œuvre. De la Joconde à la Pyramide du Louvre, il est un chef-d’œuvre pour tous les goûts.
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3) Le Musée d’Orsay

En plus du Louvre, Paris abrite le Musée d’Orsay. Musée d’Orsay est mondialement connu pour sa collection d’art impressionniste de différents médiums: peintures, Places of Interest Parissculptures, meubles, et la photographie. Situé sur la rive ouest de la rivière Seine, le musée d’Orsay est juste en face des magnifiques Jardins des Tuileries.




4) La Cathédrale de Notre-Dame

Ouverture dans le 14ème siècle, Notre-Dame est connue pour son architecture, vitraux, gargouilles, et est le cadre pour le célèbre roman, Le Bossu de Notre-Dame de Victor Hugo. Vous pouvez simplement observPlaces of Interest Pariser le merveilleux de l’extérieur, ou de choisir d’entrer dans la cathédrale et être surpris par le design d’intérieur.







5) Montmartre

Situé dans le 18ème arrondissement de Paris, il y a beaucoup de choses à voir à Montmartre. Visitez la basilique du Sacré-Cœur, le Moulin Rouge, ou Espace Dalí à absorber la culture Montmartre a à offrir. Montmartre est un lieu de banlieue pour vous promenant à travers les rues sinueuses ou attraper un tour sur le “petit train”.

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Conseils pour planifier le voyage parfait à Paris

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Lorsque vous voyagez à l’étranger, la préparation est essentielle pour assurer un voyage sans stress. Autant que vous vous préparez, il est facile de faire des erreurs lors de l’organisation de votre voyage. Pour éviter ce genre de complications, nous vous invitons à vous familiariser avec la monnaie locale, les fuseaux horaires, les jours fériés, les numéros de téléphone d’urgence, etc., avant votre voyage. Vous pouvez trouver toutes ces informations ici.

Tax & Pourboire

La taxe est incluse dans le prix de tous les éléments , de sorte que vous ne payez que ce qui est sur l’étiquette de prix . Quand il vient à basculer en France , les frais de service est inclus dans votre projet de loi, donc pas besoin de laisser un pourboire .
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Planifier un voyage à Paris, mais ne savez pas où aller ? Consultez notre guide des arrondissements pour savoir qui l’un des quartiers emblématiques de Paris est le meilleur pour vous. Pour hôtel distinctions en France, consultez notre guide d’hôtel.


Bien que Paris est connue pour être l’une des villes les plus chères du monde, il est possible de trouver une bonne affaire si vous planifier à l’avance et savez où chercher. Consultez notre Calculateur du coût de voyage gratuit pour une estimation de ce que vous allez passer lors de votre prochain voyage.

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Paris est une ville historique et abrite plusieurs attractions de renommée mondiale qui sont à ne pas manquer. (Pour obtenir des conseils sur la façon d’ éviter les longues lignes à Paris, cliquez ici. ) Toutefois, si possible, vous devriez vous familiariser avec quelques-unes des régions les moins populaires à découvrir le charme local. Pour un guide complet à 20 arrondissementstips paris  de Paris, y compris les activités et des principales attractions, cliquer ici.

Activités pour les enfants

Lorsque vous voyagez avec des enfants, il peut souvent être difficile de trouver des activités pour les enfants. En dépit d’être une grande métropole, Paris offre de nombreuses options amusantes pour vos petits enfants. De les promenades à poney au Jardin du Luxembourg à la magie de Disneyland, il y a quelque chose pour satisfaire les intérêts de chaque enfant.

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D Day sites: The American Sector

On 6th June of 1944, the largest naval battle in history occurred in Normandy. With more than 155,000 soldiers, 14,000 war ships and thousands of airplanes, the Allies fought to liberalize France from the German occupation in the World War II.

What to see?

D Day sitesBest known as D-Day, it was what many consider the turning point of the war. Combating the German occupation, the Normandy region became a home base of sorts for the units of the Allies. The American units, which had a huge role in the battle, were established in what is now named “The American Sector”, composed of some beaches and villages.

Many consider Omaha beach the most important one. It is here that the Americans landed and faced their first battle in hopes of liberating Europe. The Americans also landed, due to some miscalculations, in the Utah Beach. These two beaches are close in proximity, and in both locations, you will find many memorials, bunkers, and war remnants.

Colleville-sur-Mer - Cimetière américain de Colleville… IntercomAnother important place was the small town “Sainte-Mère-Eglise”, located in the heart of the airborne operations, this village served as a key place that proved vital to stop the German reinforcements. Also widely know for being the location where the airbornes were launched from.


6 kilometers (approximately 4 miles) away from Omaha beach, you can find the “Pointe du Hoc”, a cliff used by the American forces as an attack point.

The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a large cemetery where more than 9000 fallen American soldiers are buried. It serves as a memorial from France to honour those who died for the liberty of the country.

How to experience?

D Day SitesThe American sector of Normandy has many stories throughout history to tell. From ParisByM, we recommend to take a guided tour to not miss any detail of the largest naval battle in history. In addition, many parts of the Normandy regions has memorials, museums with real war machines and iconic places which were a key to the victory.

Feel free to discover how the Americans helped liberalizing Europe through the feelings: the horror of war, the strategy and the euphoria of the victory in 1945.

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Qu’est-ce qu’un offre des vacances tout compris à Paris ?

Qu’est-ce qu’un offre des vacances tout compris à Paris ? Voici votre guide pour ce qui est (et ce qui est pas) inclus.

Ce qui est compris

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Tout compris généralement signifie que tous les aspects de votre séjour sont pris en charge, y compris l’hébergement. Vous aurez généralement rester dans un hôtel 3 ou 4 étoiles vous assurer que vous êtes à l’aise pendant votre voyage. L’hôtel sera généralement dans un emplacement central, tels que le centre historique de la ville.

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Itinéraire & visites

Visites et itinéraires programme sont un autre aspect d’un forfait tout compris. En tant que touriste, vous ne pouvez pas être aussi familier avec la région et aurez besoin de quelques conseils dans le choix de l’endroit où aller et comment accéder à ces endroits. Un forfait tout compris vous donne les moyens de rendre du point A au point B de la manière la plus efficace possible.


paris all inclusive Trouver le moyen le plus efficace pour voir tous les sites est toujours l’objectif de toute vacances. Un forfait tout compris comprendra des billets ainsi que les visites du programme / itinéraires de sorte que vous ne devez pas vous inquiéter de les acheter lors de vos vacances. Un bon forfait tout compris vous fournir des billets accélérées qui vous permettent de sauter les longues lignes à les principaux monuments.

Ce qui n’est pas compris

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Pourquoi la nourriture non inclus ? Lorsque vous voyagez, il est pas rare que des retards et des erreurs. Si tous les repas sont fournis à des moments précis de la journée, vous risquez de manquer certains d’entre eux en raison de retards de transport ou des problèmes inattendus à l’un des sites.

Vous aussi vous ne voulez pas être lié à certains moments et les lieux de repas, qui peuvent restreindre où vous êtes en mesure d’explorer et pour combien de temps.

Donc là vous l’avez … votre guide à un forfait vacances tout compris Paris, une excellente option lorsque vous voyagez à la Ville Lumière !

ParisByM peut vous aider à planifier votre voyage et de l’enregistrer sur votre hôtel à Paris : nous pouvons réserver vos billets pour les visites de monuments, vous épargner le temps d’attente en ligne, vous aider à trouver un hôtel à votre budget, et vous fournir un itinéraire complet de ce à quoi faire à Paris pour la durée de votre séjour.

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Étretat is a commune in Normandy (North-East of Le Havre) best known for its chalk cliffs. Very similar to those which can be found in Dover, these cliffs soar above the gravelly beach and form natural arches and complex formations.

The Cliffs

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Cliffs of Etretat, Normandy, France; photo by Jarrod Castaing

Built as a simple fishermen’s village, Étretat is now one of the most renowned and beautiful beach resort in France: thanks to its white cliffs, the shingles and the natural arches, the town is the perfect destination for tourists from all over the world.  The Étretat chalk cliffs are made of different varieties of chalk and rise from 230ft to 300ft above the sea level.

The most unusual and interesting formation is, without a doubt, the so-called Needle (in French, “Anguille”), which rises 70 metres above the sea: an underground river and the natural erosion created, throughout the years, these natural structures, which are now the main attraction of Étretat and one of the most impressive and magnificent natural landscapes in France. Walking along specific trails, you can enjoy vertiginous routes with sensational views over the ocean: interestingly, you can recognize these cliffs, the arches and the “spires” from countless paintings by Impressionist artists like Boudin, Courbet and Monet, who were attracted by the breathtaking and unique landscapes.

Also, the cliffs were used as a special setting by the writer Maurice Leblanc, in 1909, for the novel “The Hollow Needle” (in French, “L’aiguille creuse”), which features one of the most famous character in literature, the gentleman thief “Arsène Lupin”.

The Beach

etretat, etretat cliffsThe gravelly beach, surrounded by the cliffs, is well protected from wind and tides: it is one of the favourite beach resorts in France and tourists from all over the world come there in order to relax and enjoy all the beautiful landscapes that can be found; however, during winter time, the beach regains its “wild” form. Gravel and stones are necessary to the preservation of the beach, since they protect  it from atmospheric agents.

A long walkway-dam called “perrey” divides the beach from the village: it used to protect Étretat from dangerous tides. Besides, the old sea front has been destroyed during World War II in order to better defend the coast.

The Village

etretat cliffs, notre dameThe small village is full of tiny cafés and cosy restaurants. However, the most interesting part of the city is what can be called as the “Old Town”: there, you can find  the impressive church of Notre-Dame, built in the XII century and now historical monument. The Norman Gothic style and the “lanter-tower” highlight the uniqueness of the building: moreover, the Roman façade makes the structure even more characteristic, underlining an amazing mix of cultures and architectures. Close to the church, you can also find a war grave, the “Étretat Churchyard”, which contains 264 Commonwealth and one German burial from the First World War.

clos lupin, etretat cliffsIn Étretat, you will have the chance to find several  beautiful châteaux, manors and villas: first of all, the so-called Clos Lupin, in rue Guy de Maupassant (interestingly, another artist who spent most time in the town…): the house, where Maurice Leblanc used to live, is surrounded by gardens and flowers (the name “Lupin” comes from the flower called “lupines”, in French “lupin”). The house is now a museum, where you can find interesting Lupin-style enigmas. Then, you can find the Manoir de la Salamandre, a typical old regional house, similar to those that can be found in the Pays d’Auges, an area in Normandy: it is a great illustration of the architecture of the region. Finally, you can also take a look at the Villa Orphée, built by the composer Jacques Offenbach: from there, you will have a beautiful view over the cliffs.

Last but not least, Étretat is also known because of the “White Bird” affair, where two pilots, in 1927, tried to make the first non-stop flight from Paris to New York: however, after the departure, the biplane disappeared in the ocean.

How to get there

etretat cliffs, impressionismÉtretat is about 50 minutes by car from Honfleur, via Le Havre. You can easily go there by bus (from 1 to 2 hours), starting from Le Havre’s “gare routière”, adjacent to the train station.



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Top 5 Festivals in France

Here is a Top 5 Festivals in France organized in different categories so that whoever you are, you will undoubtedly find the one that suits you.

Let’s begin this Top 5 Festivals in France with our first category: classical music.

1. Classical Music / Opera

festivals in franceThe first festival you shouldn’t miss is called “Les Chorégies d’Orange”. It happens every summer in the antique theatre of the city of Orange, and the beauty of the arena combined with the quality of the opera make it a must-see if you are fond of classical music.

There is also the “Festival de l’Opéra en plein air”, which happens in different places every year to perform one particular opera. Aimed towards making every generation discover classical music and promoting new lyrical artists, no doubt the “open air” frame is also part of its success…festivals in france

Finally, we advise you to attend the “International Piano Festival of the Roque d’Anthéron” which takes place every summer around Aix en Provence, in the French Riviera. Open air too, it is one of the most famous lyrical festival.


2. Pop Rock Musicfestivals in france

If you are fond of pop rock music and want to dance, you should go to the Vieilles Charrues Festival which takes places every July in Brittany. Gathering different types of music such as rock and electro, everybody can enjoy a great moment in one of the biggest European Festival.

Likewise, you shouldn’t miss the Solidays of Paris, organized every June and above festivals in franceall aimed at raising people’s awareness about sexual diseases (mostly AIDS). From electro to rock music, this festival is a great united meeting of young people.

If you want to discover French pop artists, head to the Francofolies in La Rochelle. The aim is to spread French current music, whatever generation you belong to.


3. Drama / Theatrefestivals in france

The more important drama festival of Europe is definitely the Festival d’Avignon, happening every summer. The most famous stage is located in the open air “Cour d’honneur du Palais des papes”, and although dramatic arts seem to reign, it offers other types such as dance or fine arts with artists from all over the world.

If you go to France in June to visitfestivals in france the castles of the Loire Valley, don’t miss the Festival d’Anjou. Many plays are staged in historical sites of the region, so that you will enjoy the beauty of the castles like the Plessis-Macé Castle along with dozens of drama shows.

In June again, Versailles organises the “Molière month” in its sumptuous place. The festival houses more than 300 open air shows, especially of theatre arts, but also living arts shows with dance or circus… And many entrances are for free !


4. Cinema

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The most famous festival of the world, the Festival de Cannes takes place in the French Riviera to reward the best movie, actor/actress, and filmmaker of the year. The ceremony of the “Red Carpet Walk” is watched all over the world to see the stars in their fancy outfits, and the surroundings offer outstanding views over the Mediterranean Sea, which gives the Festival a touch of fairy.

french riviera, festivals in franceThe Festival du film américain de Deauville, entirely dedicated to American movies, takes place in September. It has received very famous movie stars so far, from Robert de Niro to John Travolta. There is even a competition between independent movies so that you can enjoy every type of American cinematographic production.

Finally, and on a very different note, Gérardmer houses in the Vosges the International Festival of Fantastic Movies every winter, in which Fantastic has the place of honor in cinema as in other arts.


5. Carnival & Live artsfestivals in france

The last category of our Top 5 Festivals in France will make you party, especially in the Carnival of Dunkerque. Starting in January for three crazy months, it is one of the most famous in Europe because of the mass it gathers and the party atmosphere it spreads. From parades to balls, be sure you will have a very joyful, colourful and musical moment!

festivals in franceThe Carnival of Nice is, as for him, the biggest carnival of France. During the month of February, many floats decorated in the chosen theme of the year file in the streets of Nice, within a crazy party atmosphere.

To remain in this festive theme, we suggest you attend the Clécy Festival in Normandy. Different from carnivals, it remains a very joyful event which live arts will please every type of public with drama, music, and tale shows. This festival is the best compromise to get your fill of party atmosphere in less crowded places than carnivals.


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The romantic trip package in Paris is for those coming with their lover and who want to have nice time together, explore the city and possibly make a weeding proposal or celebrate an anniversary. Book one of our Paris vacation packages to fully discover the city within your time and budget constraints.

Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in Paris

For all lovebirds looking for a place to dine Paris holds some great restaurants for a romantic dinner for two. Discover our top 10 romantic restaurants in Paris in different price classes.


1. Restaurant Lasserre

The restaurant Lasserre opened first in 1942 and has become a gastronomical institution in Paris. As one of the very high-class restaurants in the city of love they are specialized on couples and romantic dinners and can therefore not miss on the list of the top 10 romantic restaurants in Paris. Their service and quality has only received the highest ratings and they have been featured in the Guide Michelin since 1949.

To reserve click here. (site in French)

Restaurant Lasserre – 17 Avenue Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 75008 Paris

 2. Le Cinq

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Le Cinq is an elegant choice for a romantic dinner in a beautiful setting. The restaurant is situated in the Four Season Hotel Paris in the prestigious Avenue George V. The noble decor with the creative flower designs by Jeff Leatham and the artistic arrangement of food pair perfectly. With the maximum of three Michelin stars Le Cinq is definitely a top address in Paris.

Reserve a table here.

Le Cinq – Four Seasons Hôtel George V – 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris


3. Lapérouse

Top 10 romantic restaurants in Paris

Treat your favorite person to a special romantic dinner in one of the private rooms at Lapérouse and enjoy the delightful French cuisine with international influences in an intimate setting. Located in a 18th century “hôtel paticulier” with an antique charm it poses as the perfect scenery for a romantic evening!

Book your table here.

Lapérouse – 51 Quai des Grands Augustin, 75006 Paris Tel.: 01 43 26 68 04

4. Les Ombres

Situated in the Parc de Musée du Quai Branly on a rooftop with a beautiful view on the Eiffel tower makes up the perfect scenery for a romantic dinner. Their menu offers a contemporary and worldly cuisine as well as delicious desserts.

Click here to reserve a table. (site in French)

Les Ombres- 27 quai Branly 75007 Paris, Tel.: 01 47 53 68 00 (site in French)

5. Maison Blanche

Maison Blanche offers you a panoramic view on the city and the Eiffel tower. You can enjoy their two terraces Geroge V and Montaigne, both with a magnificent perspective on the romantic capital. After being spoiled with the creative creations of the awarded chef Fabrice Giraud the evening entertainment continues in the house-own club “Montaigne”.

Reserve here.

Restaurant Maison Blanche – 15 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris Tel.: 01 47 23 55 99

6. Cristal Room Baccarat

Have a romantic time at the Christal Room that has been entirely decorated in Cristal by the prestigious Maison Baccarat. Enjoy the luxurious ambience and the creative dishes which perfect the exclusive experience.

Reserve here.

Christal Room Baccarat – 11 Place des États-Unis, 75116 Paris  Tel.: 01 40 22 11 10

7. Monsieur Bleu

Located in the famous Palais Tokyo and with its spacious terrace with a great view on the Seine river and the Eiffel tower Monsieur Bleu is one of the top 10 romantic restaurants in Paris. Revel in the classical French cooking with variations by chef Benoit Dargere. 

Book your table here. (site in French)

Monsieur Bleu – Palais de Tokyo – 20 Avenue de New York, 75116 Paris Tel.: 01 47 20 90 47 (site in French)


8. Les Petites Ecuries

You want to have a romantic dinner but don’t want to spend a fortune? We have a great tip for you. The Restaurant Les Petites Ecuries does not only have top ratings online (tripadvisor etc.) but is also a unique place with its green plant wall and different natural elements like trees inside the restaurant. Lights hanging from the ceiling create an intimate setting. The cuisine is traditional French and the service is great.

Reserve here.

Les Petites Ecuries – 40 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris Tel.: 01 48 24 02 90 (site in French)

9.Le Procope

Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in Paris

Founded in 1686, Le Procope is the oldest existing Parisian café. The beautiful decor of the the French “Brasserie” reminds of the oldern days in classic red with wooden ornaments. Enjoy the typical French cuisine where philosophers like Voltaire, Molière, and Diderot have done so. Bon Appétit!

Reserve directly on their website.

Le Procope – 13 rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris Tel.:01 40 46 79 00

10. Bistrot des Victoires

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Le Bistrot des Victoires is really a treasure in the overpriced brasserie and café jungle of Paris. This gem can be found in the heart of Paris close by the Louvre. The cuisine is french and also has some great vegetarian options. If you are looking for an affordable restaurant with great food this is the one for you out of the top 10 romantic restaurants in Paris.

Bistrot Victoires – 6 Rue de la Vrillière, 75001 Paris Tel.: 01 42 61 43 78 (site in French)

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The top 10 day trips from Paris by train

After a few exciting days in central Paris, it is time to discover treasures near by! France has so many historic and beautiful sights to offer that choosing is the most difficult part. Also, due to its central location in Europe many cities are close and easy to visit for a day trip. Our selection of the top 10 day trips from Paris by train include some of the most beautiful places in France.

1. Versailles

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Only 20 kilometers south of Paris you can find one of the most decadent and pompous palaces the world has to offer. Not just the palace but the whole estate is remarkable and so “over the top” that it definitely deserves a spot on the list of the top 10 day trips from Paris by train. Once you arrive there, don’t be intimidated by the size of the state but take a walk in the beautiful gardens and discover the smaller palaces Ménagerie royale, Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon, and the Pavillon de la Lanterne.

For more Information about Versailles click here.

2. Giverny

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From March until the end of October a very special garden opens its doors for visitors. About 60 kilometers outside of the French capital lies a garden many of us have already admired in the Musée de l’Orangerie. Monet’s masterpieces feature his gardens in Giverny but only by seeing the place with your own eyes you can understand the beauty of the various types of flowers and the pond with its water lilies.

Learn more about Giverny and Monet’s gardens here.

3. Disneyland

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The magic world of Disney is right outside Paris and perfectly suited for a day trip from Paris by train. Especially for Kids it is a magical adventure to meet Mickey and all the other Disney characters. You can visit the two parks in one or two days or only visit the main park. Enjoy the whole world of Disney and have live your very own fairy tale.

Here you can find out more about Disneyland Paris.

4. Champagne

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The most luxurious drink in the world come from exactly one charming region in France: La champagne. Here is where the wine yards grow their precious grapes and experienced wine and champagne producers create the champagne with which we celebrate our most happy and successful moments in life. Discover this place as one of your day trips from Paris by train and enjoy the delicate champagne tasting.

Discover more about the local champagne producers here.

5. Loire Valley

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Discover a treasure from the UNESCO list of world heritage sights by train from Paris. The Loire Valley is famous due to its architecture of the more than 300 castles and chateaux in its area. Besides the beautiful sights the region offers wine from the famous areas of Muscat, Sancerre, and Pouilly-fumé as well as extensive fields of artichoke and asparagus which line the river banks.

Discover 4 original Loire Valley Châteaux here:

Villandry Castle

Chenonceau Castle

Chambord Castle

Château: Azay Le Rideau


6. Rouen

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This formerly very important European city is today the capital of the French region Normandy. Its most famous sight is the Notre-Dame Cathedral which has been subject to a serial of Paintings of the famous painter Monet which are exposed today in the Orsay Museum in Paris.

A city guide of Rouen you can find here.

7. London

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London calling? Just hop on the Eurostar which connects the two European capitals. In about two hours you can reach each center, in Paris at Gare du Nord and in London at Kings cross is where this amazing train connection will let you off. Discover everything London has to offer and stay just for one day trip or even longer.

How to get to London? Find out here.

8. Strasbourg

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Strasbourg lying in the middle of Europe in the region of Alsace has a great past being part of both France and Germany throughout history. Today you can still admire the Wilhelmian architecture but due to the damages from the World War II you can find many different styles of architecture from the past 5 centuries. One of the sights you should not miss is the gothic Notre Dame Cathedral.

9. Deauville


Spend a few hours by the beach in Normandy! Deauville is one of the most famous beach villages in France. For the past century Deauville hosted more than a few celebrities. Coco Chanel opened a store in Deauville in the summer of 1913 while she was residing there. Famous for the horse races, Deauville attracts many visitors and fans over the summer time.


10. Chantilly

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Chantilly in the north of Paris is a beautiful place for a day trip by train. For horse race fans it is a must to discover the old stables and the horse race sights. Besides horses, chantilly offers to visit the charming Chateau de Chantilly.

More about Day trips to Chantilly here.



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Top 3 Souterrains in Paris

The Top 3 Souterrains in Paris

Paris offers as much to discover overground as it does underground and I am not talking about its famous Metro system, which by the way was the first subway system in the world. Today you can find 18 mysterious metro stations that are not being used anymore. Besides these underground attractions we are presenting to you the Top 3 Souterrains in Paris.

1. RéseTop 3 Souterrains in Paris rvoir de Montsouris

The first of our top 3 souterrains in Paris is the Réservoir de Montsouris in the 14th district of Paris was built in the years from 1868 to 1873 by the engineer Eugène Belgrand. As one of the 5 reservoirs of the Capitals it provides the water for about 20 % of all Parisians. Besides its practical use as storage for clean water it has also gained the nickname “Cathédrale d’eau” (Water Cathedral) due to its unique architecture and its majestic pillars. Up until 2001 anyone was able to visit the Réservoir de Montsouris but after new safety standards were required the reservoir had to close its doors to visitors. Only in 2014 during two days (journées de patrimoine) the “water cathedral” opened again for visits. The reservoir has two floors each sized 60 ooo square meters and fits a maximum of 202 000 cubic meters of water to secure the water supply of Parisian households. From the outside one can barely guess whats going on inside this water reservoir. It is covered by a large field of grass and flowers and all that is above ground are two small resembling buildings that really do not indicate the size and importance of the reservoir.

2. Les Catacombes

Catacombe, Top 3 Souterrains in ParisOne of the most visited attractions in the french capital can be found underground. The catacombs of Paris were created in the 18th century to relieve the overcrowded cemeteries within the City. Today, bones of more than 6 million people are buried in the ossuary. When visiting the catacombs at Denfert-Rochreau Station you will find these bones carefully piled on each other creating a sort of artistic appearance. Only after Louis-Étienne Héricart de Thury from the Paris Mine Inspection Service transformed the unorganized piles of bones  that it became a real mausoleum. Since then in 1810 the catacombs have been open for visits up until today with only a few short breaks. Today this one is one of the top 3 souterrains in Paris you can visit every day but make sure to buy your fast track ticket online to skip the queuing on site.

Reserve your tickets here. (site in French)

Les Catacombes de Paris – 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris

3. Les ÉTop 3 Souterrains in Parisgouts

“The city below the city” This term comes from the use of actual street names and house numbers that were placed underground in the sewers. So, there is quite literally a second Paris underground. The first sewer system was established in Paris in 1370 under the “Rue Montmatre”. You can follow the history of the sewers and visit the sewer museum at the Pont de l’Alma. The accessible part extends to a 500 meter path underground where you can discover the historic water cycle of Paris and many machines of which some are still in use. As the oldest and still existing sewer system “Les Égouts” earn their place in the top 3 souterrains in Paris.

Les Égouts de Paris – Place de la Résistance, 75007 Paris

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Best Boutique Hotels in Paris

Don’t want to live in the standard hotel when you travel to Paris? Want to explore some interesting and unique Parisian style hotel? Check out the best boutique hotels in Paris!

Saint James Paris

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Built in the 19th century, Saint James Paris is a 100-year-old chateau surrounded by its own private garden, offering a unique experience of intimacy, classicism and romance. It also provides a spa partnership with Guerlain, a luxury and relaxing choice after shopping at Champs Elysees, which is about 20-minute walk away. It has 48 suites and rooms that are elegantly decorated with its own atmosphere.

Hotel Info
Average Price: from €347
Address: 43 Avenue Bugeaud, 75116 Paris
Phone: 01-44-05-81-81

Hôtel des Académies et des Arts

Best boutique hotels paris

Located in the 6th arrondissement, this boutique hotel is on the street of the Montparnasse district, where Modigliani’s studio is located on the top floor and the famous Académie de la Grande Chaumière is located at the back of the hotel.  The owners of the hotel, Laurent and Charlotte, come from the television industry and want to echo the rich history of Montparnasse. Each room is designed to have a fine art book, artsy decorations, and high fashion designed art pieces for guests and visitor to peruse. There are also some beautiful sculptures made by Charlotte’s family members.

Hotel Info
Average Price: Double from €165 B&B
Address:15 Rue de la Grande Chaumière, 75006 Paris
Phone : 01–43–26–66–44

Hôtel Relais Saint-Sulpice

Best Boutique hotels paris

Located in 6th arrondissement, just the back doorstep of Saint Sulpice church and five minutes’ walk from Luxembourg, this small boutique hotel has a fantastic location. But be careful, don’t miss the door because it is on a tiny magic street and looks more like an entrance to a mansion of the 18th century. It is personalized decorated reflecting the spirit of French culture, combining with deep red papered wall, Chinese jars, white stove, and some contemporary artworks. There is no reception desk, but the hall is full of friendly and cozy spirit.

Hotel Info
Average Price: from €100
Address: 3 Rue Garancière, 75006 Paris
Phones: 01–46–33–99–00

Hotel du Petit Moulin

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Located in a 17th-century building with a classic 1900s bakery shopfront, the owner of this hotel, Christian Lacroix has transformed it into a supremely original hotel with many details. The hotel illustrates fabulous usage of combination in color, pattern, and objects, from the polka-dot carpet in the hallway, to an arrange of contemporary ceramic chairs, to panels of embroidered bead and colorful sketched made by Lacroix himself. If you are looking for colorful and fun rooms to stay, this is your hotel!

Hotel Info
Average Price: Doubles from €190
Address:29 Rue de Poitou, 75003 Paris
Phone: 01–42–74–10–10

Hotel Thoumieux

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To continue the list of the best boutique hotels in Paris, here is another one, located near the Eiffel Tower. It hosts a well-known restaurant by Jean-François Piège, one of the most talented chef working in Paris today. His restaurant in Hotel Thoumieux won two Michelin starts two years ago. The hotel has 15 rooms designed and decorated by designer India Mahdavi with her distinct contemporary style. The rooms are small but very well equipped. Jean-François Piège’s restaurant upstairs closes on Saturday and Sundays. But the neighborhood is very busy, so there will never be an issue to find good food. But if you want to have a close look at a two Michelin star restaurant, this hotel is the best place to live.

Hotel Info
Average Price: Doubles from €150
Address: 79 rue Saint-Dominique, Paris
Phone: 01-47-05-49-75

Hotel Du Temps

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Designed by Alix Thomsen and Laura Leonard, the overall vibe is definitely one of the Parisian chic. Even though it is located in a noisy rue du Faubourg Posionniere near Square Montholon, the hotel has a peaceful and timeworn feeling with antique furniture and interesting contrast between white floorboards and tropical printed curtains. It creates a bucolic environment in the room, some even look like a summer villa with interesting lighting. There is also a pretty and cozy ground-floor sitting room and a cocktail bar that become popular place for local designers, musicians and photographers to hangout; it has hosted private concerts for Metronomy and Breakbot. The hotel serves breakfast; however, it doesn’t have a restaurant. But you will always find an updated list of best places to eat nearby at the reception desk. Since the hotel is fairly close to Lafayettes, Opera Garnier and Champs-Elysees, there are many good restaurants for delicious food.

Hotel Info
Average Price: Doubles from €135
Address: 11, rue de Montholon, 75009 Paris
Phone: 01-47-70-37-16

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Nice Hotels in Montmartre

Montmartre is one of the most beautiful areas to stay in Paris. There was a time when most of the locals were artists which is why the neighborhood still has its special unconventional atmosphere. Do you feel like spending some nights there, right next to the street artists and small restaurants? Here are some nice hotels in Montmartre.

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Hotel Montmartre Mon Amour

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Near the Place des Abbesses and the Sacré-Coeur funicular station, this hotel is perfectly located in the Montmartre neighborhood. The rooms which are partly named Stolen kisses or Secrets of love are decorated in a romantic design – perfect for a vacation trip with your loved one! Enjoy the cozy atmosphere in the core of Montmartre.

7, rue Paul Albert 75018 Paris

Montmartre Residence

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This hotel is the perfect choice for those who want to be independent. The Montmartre Residence offers a great deal of apartments where you can prepare your food yourself so that you don’t have to stick to the breakfast times. No matter if you come alone or with your family – there are studios for single guests and apartments for up to six people. Enjoy your independence in this stylish and luxurious hotel – only a stone’s throw away from the Wall of Love.

1, rue Durantin 75018 Paris

Le Relais Montmartre

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Like the other hotels, the Relais is located in the heart of Montmartre, not far from the basilica and the Moulin Rouge. Even though, the rooms are quiet since the house is situated on a side street. The rooms are decorated in the classic bohemian, chic style. It is a family-friendly place with a small but romantic back garden.

6, rue Constance 75018 Paris

Terrass” Hotel

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Ideally located on the hill of Montmartre, you can enjoy a marvelous view over the city of Paris on the terrace of this fashionable hotel restaurant and bar.

If you have had an exhausting day – either because of work or because of sightseeing all day long – you can try the hotel’s spa. Treat yourself to a wonderful and relaxing massage before taking a break in one of the tasteful and modern Artist’s Suites.

12-14, Rue Joseph de Maistre 75018 Paris

Hotel le Chat Noir

Located right on the Boulevard de Clichy, the hotel le Chat Noir is a themed hotel. Everything is designed around the topic “Le Chat Noir” (The Black Cat in English), which was a 19th-century night club and said to be the first modern cabaret. Its interior is decorated in a style of understated elegance with vintage and modern elements.

68, boulevard de Clichy 75018 Paris

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Hotel des Arts Paris Montmartre

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Right next to the beautiful cemetery of Montmartre and not far from the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, this hotel creates a very special atmosphere. As the name indicates, it was designed in an artsy style, including the contemporary art pieces for which Montmartre has become so famous. The tastefully designed rooms are inviting you to relax after an eventful day in the city. Enjoy one of the romantic double rooms with your partner or get a room with a view on the Eiffel Tower!

5, rue Tholoze 75018 Paris

Hôtel Basss by Happyculture

Right on the Montmartre hill between the Moulin Rouge and Sacré-Cœur, the hotel is located in the very heart of the famous neighborhood. Its vintage design with modern elements invites its guests to enjoy a relaxed afternoon in the room or on the terrace. You will be enchanted by the chic but discreet graphic design and the stylish atmosphere.

57, rue des Abbesses 75018 Paris

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Hotel 29 Lepic

Right between the world-famous Moulin Rouge and the Montmartre Cemetery, it is also near the café Les Deux Moulins, where the movie Amelie Poulain was filmed. Take a stroll through the heart of Montmartre and visit the Wall of Love which is only a few minutes away from the hotel. Its rooms are relatively simple but with a tasteful modern design.

29, Rue Lepic 75018 Paris

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Loire Valley Bike Tours

Would you like to enjoy your trip to France in a different way for a change? Why don’t you explore the wonderful nature and architecture of Loire Valley by bike? Marvelous landscapes, breathtaking castles, fresh air and exercise – doesn’t that sound like a perfect vacation?

About Loire Valley

Located only one hour from Paris, in the west of France, the Loire Valley is a region of nature and history. Lovers of ancient castles and chateaux will enjoy themselves! Not only the world-famous castles of Chenonceau and Chambord, the smaller castles like Azay-le-Rideau, Villandry and Saumur are worth a visit. Apart from that, you must see the city of Ambroise and the magnificent landscapes and woodlands of Loire Valley. Perfect for  unforgettable Loire Valley bike tours.Loire Valley 2 Days, loire valley private in 1 day, places to visit in France, loire valley bike tours

How to get there

If you are already in Paris, it is not difficult to get to Loire Valley. Find out more about travelling to Loire Valley here!

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Most providers offer both guided and self-guided tours. Both have their advantages, based on your ideas and needs. The local guides not only lead the way but they know loads of stories about the region. So, if you wish to learn more about the region, its history and its anecdotes, you should book a guided tour. However, if you prefer to discover the region at your own pace, we recommend a self-guided tour.

loire valley bike toursThere is a great deal of various offers available during spring and summer months, mostly from April to October. Please check the website of the specific provider for detailed information. All in all, you can choose between several bike tours with different durations – from only one day up to six days. In case of a duration of more than one day, most offers will include accommodation. You will be able to pick the Loire Valley bike tour that fits best for you since various routes are offered.

Additionally, there can be extra activities to guarantee an outstanding experience for you. For example, you can take a break to have a picnic in a nice spot off the road, visit the breathtaking castles and charming villages with their winding streets all around the area. There are even offers including wine tastings. Or you can also try a Bike & Spa if you’re into wellness!

Length & difficulty

To give you a rough idea of the tours, you will do 25 miles within approximately 12 hours, for example. The level of difficulty varies but most providers will indicate how strenuous the tour will be. If you would like to go on a Loire Valley bike tour, be prepared for cycling through a region with hills and changing grounds since most routes will lead you on back roads and through forests.


loire valley bike toursFirst, please don’t overestimate your own fitness! Cycling all day long can be more exhausting than you may think. So, perhaps it is more reasonable to book an easier route for a start. If you are an expert when it comes to cycling, don’t hesitate to try the other bike tours. But even if you are used to cycling a lot, don’t forget the drink enough water, especially during the hot summer months.

Second, if you’re coming with your family, check out first if there are family offers. If your children are old and fit enough for a bike tour, you might be interested in one of the easier ones. But after a whole day riding your bikes, one thing is for certain – your kids are going to sleep like a baby.

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Champagne Tasting

The whole country of France is famous for its production of exquisite wines. Especially champagne is the most luxurious sort of sparkling wine and champagne only comes from the Champagne region! Learn more about the Champagne region and champagne tasting!

France has got a lot of wine production regions. But as you know, champagne can only come from champagne region. The grapes growing in there have unique characteristics because of the climate and soil. To make your experience worthwhile, the best thing is to go directly to the Champagne region. Get out of the busy city and enjoy the peace of the countryside while taking a sip of excellent champagne!

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Where can I do Champagne tastings?

Champagne, champagne tastingChampagne region is full of beautiful vineyards, for example around Reims, Marne Valley, Hautvillers and Epernay. Fun fact: Hautvillers is famous for its monastery where, allegedly, the monk Dom Pérignon invented the method of fermentation for producing the valuable sparkling wine during the 17th century. Thus, the village is said to be the birthplace of champagne whereas Epernay is the “official” capital of champagne since several of the big champagne houses are located there. Consequently, you can visit the various champagne houses and local producers such as Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart, Dom Pérignon, Taittinger or Mumm. Some of the old vineries even date back to the 17th century!

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How does it work?

Tours are mostly offered in French or English and last approximately one hour and a half. You can go there with a small group of people but please, check out beforehand how many people you can bring. And don’t forget to check if you need to make a reservation in advance – you won’t be the only one interested in champagne tasting.

champagne tastingIn most Champagne tasting tours, you will learn about how the grapes are picked, you’re going to visit the tanks and the cellars where the valuable Champagne mature. And of course, what would a champagne tasting tour be without the real tasting? Try the locally produced champagne and taste the different grapes. Most of the champagnes are made of three different grapes, called assemblage but occasionally, you can find a vigneron producing champagne with only one sort of grape. Some of them have dedicated their work to the old sorts, those grapes which have been cultivated in the area a long time before this special sparkling wine has become popular all over the world.

If you liked one sort particularly after the tasting, you may also have the chance to buy a bottle right at the estate. Many local producers even only sell their wines directly at the estate which means that your favorite will not be sold by any ordinary wine merchants. So, don’t miss your chance and get a bottle of your favorite champagne!

Day trip from Paris, champagne tastingOf course, different estates offer different tours and activities. Some estates even offer workshops where you can make your own champagne! Additionally, more and more wine-growers start to offer Bed & Breakfast on their own estate so that visitors can get the most of their stay in Champagne region. So, if you prefer to stay there for more than one day, check out the different estates for a room and get an exceptional experience in the Champagne region.

Are you interested? But you don’t want to look for accommodation and transport on your own? Don’t worry and check out our champagne tour offer! It will certainly be an unforgettable day trip.

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Night Clubs in Paris

Your visit in Paris does not always have to consits of sightseeing… Why don’t you get out your best shoes and go dancing in one of the most fascinating cities in die world? We’ve made a list of 15 fashionable night clubs in Paris.


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The Batofar is a combination venue, you can go there at almost any time – restaurant during the day, club at night. It hosts 250 events per year and party guests often expand the venue to the quayside next to the club.

When: Concerts from 7pm to 11pm, clubbing from 11:30pm to 6am.
Where: 11 Quai François Mauriac, 75013 Paris; metro stop Bibliothèque François Mitterrand (line 14)


Located in the area around Gare d’Austerlitz, Wanderlust is one of the most popular night clubs in Paris, with its 1,600-square-meter terrace. The unique place also offers a huge area inside which invites you to drink, dance, eat or watch movies. Dance under the stars!

When: every day 12pm to 6am.
Where: 32 Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris; metro stop Gare d’Austerlitz (lines 5 and 10)

Rex Club

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The Rex Club is said to be the biggest feature in the clubbing scene around Grands Boulevards. This underground club offers a surface of 450 square-meters for dancing and having a drink while feeling the beat of bass-heavy techno, house and electronica. Check out the program!

When: Thursday to Saturday, 11:30pm or 12am to 7am.
Where: 5 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris; metro stop Grands Boulevards (lines 8 and 9)

Queen Club

This is the perfect place for those who want to party during the week – there’s something every night! Once a gay hot spot, Queen Club has since become one of the trendiest night clubs in Paris. Famous DJs like David Guetta play here regularly!

When: every day, 6pm to 9am.
Where: 79 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris; metro stop George V (line 1)


Near the Avenue Champs-Élysées, it is one of the more expensive spots. We would recommend to book a table in advance to be able to enter this fashionable club decorated with plush fabrics and antique furniture which makes you feel like you were in a different century.

When: Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, 11:30pm to 6am.
Where: 37 Avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris; metro stop Charles de Gaulle (lines 1, 2 and 6)

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La Bellevilloise

La Bellevilloise has a full program of live music and artistic events as well as regular club nights. Don’t miss the beautiful terrace where you can sit down on colorful chairs, with a drink in your hand – especially to be recommended in summer. If the weather is not on your side, there are sofas in the main room to get comfortable.

When: Hours can vary
Where: 19-21 Rue Boyer, 75020 Paris; metro stop Gambetta (line 3)


The Parisians love to go to Showcase to dance to electronic music. Located underneath the Pont Alexandre III, the former boathouse lies in the heart of Paris. Its exposed stone walls and the outdoor terrace with a view to the Eiffel Tower guarantee an exceptional party night!

When: Friday and Saturday, 11:30pm to 6am.
Where: Sous le Pont Alexandre III, Port des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris; metro stop Invalides (lines 8 and 13)

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Opened in 2008, it is rather a concert venue than a club where you can listen to folk, rock, pop, and electro music. Concerts are organised regularly and streamed live to the ground floor bar.

When: Tuesday to Saturday, 6pm to 2am.
Where: 5/7 Rue Moret, 75011 Paris; metro stop Ménilmontant (line 2)


Like Wanderlust, this is another venue combining restaurant, bar and club right next to the Seine river. A large terrace with almost exotic decoration makes is a perfect party location for the summer. Enjoy some electro music with a view over the Seine river banks!

When: Monday to Friday from 6pm to 6am, Saturday from noon to 6am, Sunday from noon to 2am
Where: 36 quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris

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La Machine du Moulin Rouge

La Machine du Moulin Rouge combines a bar, a club and a live venue on three floors. The main dancefloor used to be the Moulin Rouge’s boiler room – unusual interior guaranteed! Electro, rock or hip-hop – there’s something for every taste.

When: Hours may vary; terrace open Friday to Sunday from 7pm to 10pm
Where: 90 boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris

L’Arc Paris

This is one of the most iconic night clubs in Paris – re-designed in 2014 using the ideas of the famous singer Lenny Kravitz. Most of the guests are international celebrities who want to spend their nights dancing on its marble dancefloor. One thing is certain: it’s going to be glamorous!

When: Thursday (Girls Only) from 10pm, Friday and Saturday from midnight on
Where: 12 rue de Presbourg, 75016 Paris; metro stop Charles de Gaulle (lines 1, 2 and 6)


This VIP club near Champs-Élysées organizes themed nights and special events, so call in advance in order not to miss anything. You’ll find a restaurant and a club there with luxuriously decoration designed by Jacques Garcia. Both the cocktails and the music here are above, so be prepared – it’s going to get expensive!

When: Monday to Saturday from 11pm to 5am
Where: 3 avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris; metro stop Franklin D. Roosevelt (lines 1 and 9)

Titty Twister

Since this fashionable club is located near the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, it’s a rather pricy venue. Still, its tequila bar, pool table and the decoration, which is right out of a Quentin Tarantino movie, attracts a young audience. Less chic and more like a Rock-n-Roll club with a certain New York vibe.

When: Thursday to Saturday from 11pm to 5am
Where: 5 rue de Berri, 75008 Paris; metro stop George V (line 1)

Le Montana

Located in St. Germain-des-Prés, Le Montana lies in one of the trendiest nightlife areas. It is known to be very expensive but it’s worth it, no matter if you only want to have a drink of if you want to dance the night away – there’s a bar on the ground floor and a dancefloor downstairs.

When: every day from 11pm to 5am
Where: 28 rue Saint-Benoît, 75006 Paris; metro stop Mabillon (line 10)

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Palais Maillot

Why don’t you take out your favorite shoes and go out to one of the legendary After Work party to Palais Maillot? Try this glamorously decorated club and dance the night away! Check out the details on their website, especially the dresscode.

When: Thursday from 7pm to 1am, Friday and Saturday from 11:30pm
Where: 2 Place de la Porte Maillot, 75017 Paris; metro stop Gare de Neuilly – Porte Maillot (line 1)

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Nightlife Districts in Paris

Certainly, party venues are to be found throughout the city but still, some districts are packed with bars, clubs or cafés to enjoy Paris’ nocturnal atmosphere. Here is an overview of popular nightlife districts in Paris.

Le Marais

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In the 4th arrondissement of Paris, the Marais neighborhood is known for its great offer of nightlife venues, especially for the many gay and lesbian clubs and bars such as Le Tango. But there is something for anyone!

As the main Jewish neighborhood of Paris, you can find several restaurants or snack-bars in the area, for example L’As du Fallafel selling the best Fallafel of Paris! Why not grab a snack before spending a cool night at the CUD Bar? This bar is mostly frequented from the early morning on since party people come from other clubs to enjoy the rest of the night at the CUD which makes it one of the most popular late-night spots in the Marais. Enjoy dancing to pop and house music but be careful if you don’t want people to get too close – it’s going to get hot in there!

If you want to spend a more relaxed night, try the Lizard Lounge. They sell American food like burgers and pancakes in a stone cave. There is a dancefloor where you can dance to house, hip-hop and funk music and you can enjoy small live gigs on Sundays.

Latin Quarter & St-Germain

In this area, 5th and 6th arrondissement, are popular because of the old-established cafés such as the Café de Flore or the Café Mabillon where Parisians love to have dinner and drink a glass of wine. Still, especially the Latin Quarter offers a lot of restaurants, pubs and bars since it has been the students’ district for ages. Thus, this area is perfect for those who wish to spend a relaxed night over a couple of drinks in cosy bars. For example, there is the Cavern Club – an old English pub. Or what about the vaults such as the Caveau de la Huchette? In any case, you will certainly find a cool location around Rue Mouffetard and Place de la Contrescapre! Just have a look around and pick the bar you like.

Montmartre & Pigalle

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When you’re in Paris don’t miss this neighborhood. It does not only offer the world-famous cabaret the Moulin Rouge but much more. Since Pigalle is one of the red-light districts of Paris, this is one of the trendy nightlife districts in Paris – a very lively area at night with bars, concert halls and clubs. For instance, you can find venues like La Boule Noire where you can enjoy rock music. La Machine du Moulin Rouge combines a bar, a club and a live venue on three floors. The main dancefloor used to be the Moulin Rouge’s boiler room – unusual interior guaranteed!

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An area playing an important part in European history, this neighborhood used to be home to the families of craftsmen and turned into a trendy area in the 1990s. There is something for everyone – no matter what kind of music you’re into. For example, you can spend your night at a cool bar such as the Wild West bar Red House with its rustic interior and its selection of rock, punk, funk and electro music. Or why don’t you try Le Réservoir? Listen to soul, jazz, latino, rock or French pop music! Dining, dancing or just having a drink – do what you feel like! On weekends, you can even join the jazz brunch.

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République & Oberkampf

At some point, the Bastille neighborhood was “replaced” by République and Oberkampf, meaning that it is now one of the trendiest nightlife districts in Paris. You can find all kinds of nightlife venues there. Do you feel like relaxing in one of the armchairs or cozy sofas in Le 114 listening to rock and pop music? Their slogan says everything: “It’s just like home, but better.”

Le Bric à Brac attracts a young and cosmopolite target group fond of hip-hop and electro music. Why don’t you go there for a drink during their happy hour from 6 to 9PM? In the afternoon, customers can use the small library or watch projections of documentaries.

On top of that, the concert venue Nouveau Casino is known for the city’s liveliest club nights. So, what are you waiting for? Join the fun!

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Nos top 3 offres des vacances à Paris offre plusieurs options de forfaits de vacances pour tous les goûts et les intérêts (et vont même créer des packages sur mesure, ainsi). Voici une ventilation de nos forfaits top 3 de vacances.

Paris Tout Compris

paris all inclusive Durée : 2-4 jours
Logement : 3 à 4-étoile hôtel dans le centre de Paris 
Prix : €250 / personne 

Le forfait tout compris Paris est un forfait plus générale, populaire parmi ceux qui viennent pour la première fois, vous permettant de voir les principaux sites et attractions tout en restant dans un excellent hébergement.

Contourner les longues lignes dans les principaux monuments avec des billets accélérées, et profiter d’un repas ou du shopping dans l’un de nos endroits recommandés. Vous recevrez les promenades exclusive de la ville conçu par qui vous permettent d’explorer certains des quartiers les plus célèbres de Paris (Notre-Dame / City Center, Marais, Montmartre, Saint-Germain / Quartier Latin) sur votre propre temps. Non seulement vous verrez les attractions les plus populaires, mais certains sites moins connus de la ville, aussi bien.

En plus de la ville promenades, vous pourrez profiter d’une croisière sur la rivière le long de la Seine et une visite auto-guidée du cimetière du Père Lachaise (itinéraire et les cartes fournies).

Avec le forfait Paris tout compris, vous avez la possibilité d’aller à Versailles. Cette excursion d’une journée vous donne accès au Château de Versailles, ainsi que les magnifiques jardins. Le transport est fourni de Paris à Versailles en train à grande vitesse.

Trajet Weekend à Paris

paris all inclusive; paris, holiday, packagesDurée : 3 jours / 2 nuits – flexible
Logement : 3 à 4-étoile hôtel dans le centre de Paris 
Prix : €350 / personne 

Les week-ends à Paris package est conçu pour ceux au sein d’une proximité de Paris ou en France qui souhaitent visiter Paris pour le week-end. Vous serez accueillis dans un hôtel haut de gamme lors de vos vacances, et, comme le paquet de Paris tout compris, vous recevrez des billets accélérées pour les principaux monuments.

Profitez de promenades en ville à Paris Centre, le Marais ou Quartier Latin, et Montmartre, et visites guidées de la ville en bus, à vélo ou une vieille voiture française typique. Vous ferez l’expérience d’ une représentation théâtrale et / ou spectacle de cabaret, ainsi que d’une croisière sur la rivière vous permettant de voir quelques-uns des sites les plus célèbres de la ville à partir de l’eau.

Trajet Romantique à Paris

paris all inclusive Durée : 3-4 jours 
Logement : 3 à 4-étoile hôtel dans le centre de Paris
Prix : €450 / personne

Il y a une raison de Paris est connue comme la ville de l’amour … venez découvrir de première main de la romance de la ville avec le voyage romantique à Paris package. Conçu pour les couples, ce forfait vous et votre partenaire avec un traitement VIP sur votre retraite romantique offre.

Profitez des promenades intimes à travers les quartiers les plus aimés de Paris, et d’explorer certaines des zones les plus luxueux, tels Champs-Elysées et l’avenue Montaigne. Aller en haut de la Tour Eiffel, le site le plus romantique du monde, et l’expérience d’un spectacle de cabaret dans l’un des cabarets les plus célèbres de Paris.

Les activités optionnelles comprennent une excursion d’une journée à Versailles, le Val de Loire ou de la région Champagne.

ParisByM peut vous aider à planifier votre voyage et de l’enregistrer sur votre hôtel à Paris : nous pouvons réserver vos billets pour les visites de monuments, vous épargner le temps d’attente en ligne, vous aider à trouver un hôtel à votre budget et vous fournir un itinéraire complet de ce à quoi faire à Paris pour la durée de votre séjour.

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Exotic Garden of Monaco

The Exotic Garden of Monaco has a unique collection of succulent plants, as well as an old prehistoric cave: from this garden, you can enjoy the most beautiful view over the city!

exotic garden of monaco, the french rivieraThe Exotic Garden of Monaco is a unique botanical garden situated on a Cliffside. It was built by Albert I, Prince of Monaco in 1912, thanks to the help of Louis Notari (the Chief Engineer) and directed by the French agronomist Louis Vatrican.

There, you can find several species of succulent plants – such as cactus – and other particular plants which will delight those who are interested in botany. From the Garden you can enjoy a great view over the city and the Mediterranean sea. Don’t forget to visit the natural cave – only with a specialized guide – and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology!

The Exotic Garden of Monaco is open all year except for the 19th November and 25th December.
January:  9.00 – 17.00
February to April: 9.00 – 18.00
May to September: 9.00 – 19.00
October: 9.00 – 18.00
November to December: 9.00 – 17.00

Guided tour of the Cave every hour from 10 am, last visit one hour before the closure.

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The Catacombs

Bored to death of the same old ordinary paths, of touristic sightseeing and well-known landmarks? Thanks to the Catacombs, you will experience the thrill of underground haunted tunnels, along with the unusual  and breathtaking beauty of old Parisian skeletons.

the catacombsThe Catacombs are one of the most gruesome and macabre sights in Paris. Full of endless underground tunnels  packed with skulls and bones, they represent the solution for aesthetic and hygienic problems due to the overflowing cemeteries during the XVIII century.

Built in 1810, the Catacombs contain a great number of exhumed bones, which are stored in lines. A narrow stairway will lead you down 130 steps  to the tunnels, where you will have the opportunity to reach the barely illuminated and eerie tunnels. Then, you will have the unique chance to walk through the 1.5 km underground tunnel  where millions of skulls from Parisians lie. The tour takes around 45 minutes.

The catacombs have been very important during the WWII: there, since 1944, the Résistance used to meet and to plan attacks, far beyond  Nazi control. Interestingly, nowadays thorughout the catacombs you may also find thrill seeking cataphiles, who wander through the tunnels and look at the lines of skulls as if they were in a sort of amusement park: however, differently, if caught, they are fined!

Halloween Paris 2016, the catacombs

This labyrinth, which contains bones from the 11th to the 19th century, has been built following the examples of Rome and Naples. The abandoned quarries, now used to house skulls and bones, has been packed to create space for new districts after numerous complaints about the risk of infection for the inhabitants, caused by the old Cemetery of the Innocents (close to Saint-Eustache, in the area of Les Halles)

One of the most intriguing and interesting attractions in Paris, the Catacombs have been visited by famous people such as Napoleon III and the Emperor of Austria. Take a walk through the narrow tunnels and explore the underground area where the dead rest in peace and the thrill seekers look for excitement!

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  • Metro / RER B: Denfert-Rochereau
  • Bus: 36, 68
  • Parking: Boulevard Saint-Jacques

the catacombsYou will begin your walk at a green belle époque-style building in a grassy area in Avenue Colonel Henri Roi-Tanguy, close to Place Denfert Rochereau, in the 14th arrondissement: you can easily go there by metro and get off at them station Denfert Rochereau. The official entrance is in the Museum of the Catacombs, since all of the other entrances were barred or walled up after a series of strange orgies in the 70s.

The exit is close to Rue Dumoncel (metro station: Mouton-Duvernet), 700 m southwest of Avenue Colonel Henri Roi-Tanguy.



  • From Tuesday to Sunday: 10 AM – 8.30 PM (last admission 7.30 PM)
  • Closed on Mondays, 1st May and 15th August.
  • Groups from Tuesday to Friday, from 10:30 AM to 12 AM every 30 minutes.


PRICES (valid on the spot)

  • Catacombs and exhibition: €10/12
  • Coupled ticket Catacombs + Archaeological Crypt (15 min. from the Catacombs with Metro 4 “Cité”): €13/16

the catacombsReduced prices for youth and young adults (18-26), holders of the “Paris Pass Famille”, school teachers and librarians, large families and membres of several French societies.

Free admission for youth until 17, disabled and those who accompany them, job seekers and those who have an income support. Furthermore, the entrance is free for retired Paris employees, professional visual artists and curators, as well as ICOM and ICOMOS members, journalists and city of Rome inhabitants (Paris twin city).



  • Rent an audioguide to enjoy the full experience.
  • Ideal time: early in the morning.
  • Dress well! The temperature is cool, even in summer!
  • Don’t forget to take a torch!
  • The tour is not recommendable for people with heart or respiratory problems, for young children and people withe reduced mobility
  • For safety reasons, no suitcases or luggages are allowed.
  • Plan in advance your visit: before entering, you might have to wait for more than 40 minutes!
  • No toilets or cloackroom available in the catacombs!


Don’t miss out this once-in-a-lifetime experience and enjoy the catacombs as soon as possible, before it’s too late


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Notre sélection des vacances de luxe européennes

L’Europe est le foyer de nombreuses villes magnifiques où vous pourrez vous offrir des vacances de luxe. Voici notre sélection des destinations de vacances de luxe européens, y compris l’hébergement, les spas, les activités et la cuisine.


La maison de haute couture et de délices gastronomiques, Paris est pluxury european holidays as étranger au luxe. Offrez-vous des vacances haut de gamme dans l’un des palaces chics de la ville. Choisissez parmi les classiques, tels que Le Bristol, Le Meurice, l’Hôtel Four Seasons George V ou le Plaza Athénée, ou opter pour un plus up-and-coming prise sur le luxe à l’hôtel Shangri-La Paris ou le Mandarin Oriental.

De nombreux palais abritent spas, où vous pourrez bénéficier d’une variété de cheveux, la peau, et des soins du visage et des pratiques holistiques. Essayez le George V Spa (Four Seasons George V), l’Institut Dior (Plaza Athénée), Spa Sémonin (Le Bristol), ou Spa Valmont (Le Meurice).

Après vous faire dorloter au spa, il est temps d’explorer la ville dans le style. Optez pour une visite privée des attractions les plus populaires de Paris pour éviter les lignes et obtenir le traitement VIP. En outre, vous pouvez demander une option unique de tournée, comme une vieille tour en voiture parisien avec un chauffeur privé ou une virée shopping sur les Champs-Elysées et l’avenue Montaigne avec un personal shopper.

Pas de vacances de luxe parisienneluxury european holidays serait complète sans goûter un peu de la cuisine de renommée mondiale de la ville. Accueil de plusieurs restaurants étoilés au guide Michelin, vous aurez un certain nombre de restaurants de classe mondiale à choisir, y compris la Tour d’Argent, Guy Savoy, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, et, bien sûr, propre de la Tour Eiffel, Jules Verne .


Pour un avant-goût de luxe britannique, dirigez-vous vers Londres, où vous découvrirez le style prim-et-proper, noluxury european holidays -nonsense de raffinement. Séjournez dans l’un des hôtels haut de gamme de Londres, tels que The Savoy, The Landmark, The Goring, The Dorchester, ou The Langham.

Comme Paris, Londres est la maison à un certain nombre de spas, dont beaucoup sont situés dans des hôtels haut de gamme. Favoris comprennent Chuan Spa (Langham), So SPA (Sofitel London St James), Landmark Spa and Health Club (Landmark), et ESPA Life (Corinthia Hôtel Londres).

Londres offre plusieurs options d’activités de luxeluxury european holidays à choisir. Tour de la ville dans le style avec votre propre chauffeur privé, profiter d’un dîner-croisière sur la Thames, ou faire du shopping à un grand magasin de luxe, tels que Harrod’s ou Harvey Nichols.

Bien que pas connu pour ses prouesses culinaires, Londres fait plusieurs restaurants raffinés, y compris le Gordon Ramsay et Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester, les deux étoilés au Michelin.


luxury european holidays Une des destinations les plus romantiques, Venise est un choix populaire pour les vacanciers de luxe. Séjournez dans l’un des hôtels haut de gamme situés le long des canaux tels que Aqua Palace Venise, JW Marriott Resort and Spa, Londra Palace, et l’Hôtel Excelsior de Venise.

Pour une séance de spa détente, choisissez l’une des nombreuses spas d’hôtels haut de gamme, tels que Casanova Wellness Centre (Hôtel Cipriani), E’space Fitness and Wellness Center (Molino Stucky Hilton) ou La Perla Della Laguna (San Clemente Palace).

Venise offre un certain nombre d’ activités de luxe pour que vous appréciiez. Faites un tour en gondoleluxury european holidays exclusive le long de la boîte

als, assister à un unique opéra à Musica a Palazzo, ou tenter votre chance au blackjack au Ca’ Vendramin Calergi Casino de Venise.

Découvrez les saveurs de l’Italie à le seul Michelin restaurant trois-étoilé de Venise, Antica Osteria Cera ou l’un des établissements deux-étoilés, comme Quadri ou Il Ridotto.


Un lieu de vacances de luxe souvent négligé, Madrid est un excellent choix de vacaluxury european holidays nces. Avec son climat parfait et décontracté nature, vous êtes sûr d’avoir un temps merveilleux dans cette ville animée. Séjournez dans l’un des hôtels 5 étoiles de Madrid, tels que AC Palacio del Retiro, l’Hôtel Wellington, le Sheraton Madrid Mirasierra Hôtel et Spa, ou l’Hôtel Ritz de Madrid.

Ne pas oublier de vous faire dorloter dans l’un des spas de luxe de la ville , comme le Health Club Caroli (Wellington Hôtel), Chi Spa, The Lab Room (Hôtel Miguel Angel), ou Fusiom.

Faites de vos vacances de luxe aussi mémorable que possible avec en réservant une visite privée après les heures de musée du Pradoluxury european holidays ou le musée Thyssen, un billet VIP à un match du Real Madrid, ou un personal shopper qui peuvent maximiser votre expérience de shopping dans une ville étonnamment élégant.

A la fin de votre séjour, nous vous invitons à dîner dans un des restaurants Michelin étoilés de Madrid, comme le trois-étoilé Diverxo ou les deux-étoilés La Terraza del Casino, El Club Allard, ou Sergi Arola.


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6 Trésors cachés à Paris

Alors que Paris est connue pour ses monuments et attractions principales, telles que la Tour Eiffel, le Louvre et les Champs-Elysées, il est également à la maison à de nombreux endroits moins connus d’intérêt. Voici 6 de nos trésors cachés préférés de Paris.

hidden gems paris Montmartre

Alors que Montmartre est connu comme la maison du Sacré Coeur et le Moulin Rouge, il a beaucoup plus à offrir. Touristes sautent souvent sur d’autres parties du quartier qui valent bien la visite. Visitez le cimetière, une ancienne carrière de gypse où plusieurs artistes célèbres sont enterrés. En outre, vous pouvez visiter les vignobles, couvrant plus de 1 556 miles carrés et avec plus de 27 variétés de vin.

Bercy Village

hidden gems paris Cette petite endroit dans le 12ème arrondissement présente une belle collection de boutiques et de rues pavées qui vous font oublier que vous êtes même à Paris. Classée monument historique depuis 1986, il est un important centre culturel. Avec plus de 30 boutiques et restaurants, un cinéma UGC, et un accès facile à partir de l’arrêt de métro Cour Saint-Emilion à la ligne 14 , il est une destination populaire parmi les habitants de Bercy, mais pratiquement inconnue des touristes.

hidden gems paris Boulevard Brune

Situé à la périphérie sud de Paris, cette rue souvent négligé est très animée avec charme authentique parisien. Explorez les nombreuses boutiques locales, louer un des appartements du studio d’étudiant tout compris, assister à une classe à une salle de sport bon marché, ou acheter des produits frais à partir de l’un des nombreux stands qui bordent la rue le jour du marché. Cette rue est un point d’accès facile à d’autres endroits à Paris , car il est situé entre les deux stations populaires arrête, Porte d’ Orléans et Porte de Vanves, et dispose d’un tramway longeant il.

hidden gems paris Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Ce parc moins connu est un véritable joyau parmi les attractions principales surpeuplées de Paris. Elle est bordée de magnifiques chutes d’eau , des ponts et de verdure, ainsi que d’une montagne rarement grimpé offrant une vue magnifique sur le parc et une réplique du Temple romain de Sibylle au sommet.

hidden gems paris Ruches

Niché dans un coin sud-ouest du Jardin du Luxembourg se trouve un groupe de ruches. Les producteurs de miel local, les abeilles sont une partie inattendue de la production alimentaire de Paris. Une visite des ruches vous permet d’apprendre sur le processus de production de miel. Vous pouvez même vous inscrire classes offertes deux fois par semaine à tenter votre chance à l’apiculture.

hidden gems paris Paris Sewer System

Les égouts ancienne de Paris a été transformé en un musée. Offrant un regard unique sur l’histoire longue et complexe de drainage parisien, ce fascinant musée vous permet promenant dans les tunnels très utilisés pour recueillir les eaux usées de la ville, voir le système des eaux usées au travail.

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Bastille Day

Bastille Day


Bastille Day

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Bastille Day, or the French national holiday, commemorates the end of the French monarchy and the beginning of the French Revolution. After years of economic struggle and overwhelming hunger, the French commoners decided to rebel against the lavish spending of the monarchy and the growing socioeconomic divide between classes.

On July 14th, 1789, the fed-up bourgeoisie stormed the Bastille prison to protest the unjust rule of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette. This successful revolt by the people of France marked the beginning of the French Revolution and the shift from absolute monarchy to republic.

How to Celebrate Bastille Day in Paris

The capital of the French Republic, Paris offers a number of fantastic ways to celebrate the French national holiday. Large public events featuring food and dancing are offered all night long and many attractions offer extended hours and free admission. Check out our list of where to celebrate Bastille Day in Paris!

Bastille Day

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Military Parade

On la fête nationale, the iconic Champs-Elysées becomes a patriotic symbol of French national identity. Visitors can line the streets from the Place de l’Étoile to the Place de la Concorde to see the members of the French armed forces march, fly, and ride through their capital city. The parade starts at 10:10am, but be sure to get there early for the best views!

Free Performance at the Opéra de Paris 

On July 14th, enjoy a free ballet performance at the Opéra de Paris. Featuring the works of choreographic legends Justin Peck and George Balanchine, this captivating matinée is a great way to start your Bastille Day celebration! The free show starts at 2:30pm, but space is limited, so get there early. You can find more information at the  official site of the Opéra de Paris.

Bastille Day

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Fireworks Display

Head down to the Champ-de-Mars or Trocadéro to catch Paris’s annual fireworks display. This year’s theme Paris est une fête (“Paris is a party”) begins at 11:00pm and will feature approximately 35 minutes of dazzling pyrotechnic delights! Definitely a must see for all ages!

Fireman’s Ball

Fitting the party theme, the fireman’s ball is an annual favorite among Parisians and visitors alike.  On the nights of July 13th and 14th, head over to one of the numerous firehouses in Paris for a night of dancing in the City of Light! Beginning at 9:00pm, you can dance the night away until 4:00 in the morning each night for free, although most venues will ask for a small donation to the fire station. For a list of all firehouses Bastille Day celebrations in Paris, check out this article from the Paris Tourism Office.

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Paris guided tours

What tourists enjoy in Paris guided tours

If you’re traveling to Paris and don’t know what to do or if you find yourself overwhelmed by all of the enticing options – the best and most enjoyable solution is to take a guided tour of Paris . Here’s why:

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Boat tour on the Seine

1. A nice sample

If you choose a guided tour of Paris through ParisbyM, you get to see a good range and sample of The City of Lights’ most mesmerizing sights, attractions and culture. If you see something you like – you can always make a note of it and head back there later. And if you’re only in Paris for a short period of time – then a tour is the surest way to take advantage.

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Bus tour of the main attractions

2. A true Parisian point of view

A guide can make or break a tour. That’s why ParisbyM has selected only the best tour guides in the city. They take you to their favorite spots and hidden gems around the city and as a result, you start feeling like less of a tourist and more like a resident. They also give you an interesting history lesson along the way – so no need to keep your head buried in your travel guide! You can also ask your guide for advice on what to do for the rest of your trip – they always know the best places to eat, drink and be merry!

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In the midst of a group guided tour

3. Meeting fellow travelers

Going on a guided tour is one of the best ways to meet new people while traveling. You can make new friends or even encounter a new travel buddy. And – if you’re traveling solo or a bit of an introvert, this is a good opportunity to be social!

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Meeting friends along the way

4. Group or private tours

Guided tours in Paris come in all different shapes and sizes. If you’re a social butterfly or prefer to be alone – no worries, there’s a tour in Paris for that! ParisbyM can set you up on a tour that suits your needs and preferences.

Paris guided tours

Classic car tour

5. Getting around

There are so many different ways of seeing the sights in Paris. You can take a boat tour on the Seine, see the city from above on the roof of a bus or tour in style in a classic car. If you would rather go at a slower pace, to really soak everything in, take a bike or traditional walking tour. And if you’re looking for something a little different and fun, ride around the city on a Segway – helmets included!


One of the best views during a Segway tour

6. Themed tours

There are a lot of tours in Paris where you see the main attractions, but there is also a large selection of themed tours. If you’re a foodie – you can go on a gastronomic tour and taste some of the best food the city has to offer. And since you are in one of the best city’s for wine – why not take advantage and go wine tasting with an expert sommelier.

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Having fun while wine tasting

These are just a few of the many reasons to take a Paris guided tour – and ParisbyM can help you book one before or after your flight.

Take the stress and out of your travel planning and book a tour that you won’t forget.

Happy touring!

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Venez à Paris pour vos week-ends

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Que ce soit sur votre propre, avec des amis, ou votre autre significatif, Paris est un lieu enchanteur pour échapper à pour le week-end. Voici quelques idées pour quand vous allez à Paris pour vos week-ends.

Activités Culturelles

Musée du Louvre

Classé par le Smithsonian comme l’un des meilleurs 28 endroits à voir avant de mourir, le musée du Louvre a plus de 35 000 chefs-d’œuvre dont la Joconde, Radeau de la Méduse et Liberté guidant le peuple.

Louvre museum, Venez à Paris pour vos week-ends

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Les Catacombes

Après un problème de surpeuplement dans les cimetières parisiens à la fin du 18e siècle, le Conseil d’Etat a décidé de supprimer les six millions de restes de cimetière des Innocents dans les carrières de Paris. Voilà comment les catacombes ont été formés. Maintenant un musée de labyrinthe, les catacombes sont ouverts au public de voir.
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La Cathédrale de Notre-Dame

Cette cathédrale de style gothique est le plus célèbre cathédrale de Paris. Achevé en 1345, Notre-Dame est intimement construit avec incroyables vitraux et des gargouilles détaillées. Il est libre d’entrer et a une option pour monter dans les tours pour avoir une vue incroyable pour un supplément.
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Les Invalides

Il ya cinq musées qui composent Invalides, ainsi que d’un hôpital pour anciens combattants (fondé par Napoléon), une cathédrale et d’autres bâtiments militaires. Les Invalides est le plus connu pour le sarcophage de Napoléon Bonaparte et le Musée de la weekend break

Promener et découvrir


An area full of winding streets, Montmartre is where you an walk and discover local artists, small shops, and flavorful bistros. Make sure you stop by the steps of Sacre-Cœur  Basilica or the Moulin Rouge! paris weekend break

Quai de Seine

La Seine, qui traverse le cœur de Paris a de nombreuses activités à offrir! Vous pouvez tout simplement se promener le long de la rive du fleuve pour une soirée de détente, un conseil Bateaux Mouches, ou découvrir les Berges, qui propose de nombreux jeux et activités de détente et sportives ainsi.
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Saint Germain de Près

Situé autour de l’ancienne abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, ce quartier de Paris est rempli de galeries d’art haut de gamme, boutiques de créateurs, cafés plein d’écrivains, et le jazz dans la rue dans les mois les plus chauds. Saint Germain de Prés a été aussi une fois la tache que Claude Monet annonce Auguste Renoir a partagé un studio et étaient Albert Camus et Jean-Paul Sartre ont trouvé leur weekend break

Le Marais

Avec bâtiment pré-révolutionnaire et un remplissage médiévale, le Marais une superficie de galeries d’art à la mode, boutiques de mode, de petites boutiques et de nombreux restaurants et bars. Le Centre Pompidou et Place des Vosges sont des endroits que vous ne devriez pas manquer!paris weekend break

Activités Romantiques


Un dîner croisière est partout très romantique, mais pas aussi romantique que sur la Seine! Bord d’un célèbres Bateaux Mouches pour la même et profiter d’un dîner appétissant tout en apprenant à voir les plus célèbres monuments de Paris.
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La Tour Eiffel

Trouvez votre chemin à travers la ville de l’amour de la Tour Eiffel dans la nuit. Chaque soir à partir de 22 heures sur l’heure, les lumières de la Tour Eiffel scintille, qui est une vue parfaite pour les amoureux. Si vous avez besoin des plans de dîner, faire des réservations à l’restaurant romantique Jules Vernes, situé au 2ème étage de la Tour Eiffel.
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Canal St. Martin

Ce canal, à l’origine construit pour amener l’eau potable sanitaire à Paris, est faite pour une promenade romantique avec quelqu’un de spécial. Son bordée de bars et restaurants et vous pouvez également apporter votre propre pique-nique pour manger le long des berges du weekend break

Musée Rodin

On dit que vous pouvez littéralement sentir l’amour au Musée Rodin. Chaque sculpture est pleine d’émotion et les jardins sont un endroit exquis pour faire une promenade avec votre amant.

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10 must see places in paris in summer

10 lieux incontournables à Paris en été

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Avec des températures moyennes autour de 70 ° F, Paris est le lieu idéal pour des vacances en été. De manger sur le toit pour se promener dans les parcs, il y a beaucoup d’endroits pour vous de voir. Voici nos 10 lieux incontournables à Paris en été.

1. Berges de la Seine

Le Berges de la Seine est un étirement le long des berges de la Seine qui offre de nombreuses activités pour les personnes de tous âges. Pour vous détendre, vous pouvez vous asseoir et profiter d’une vue sur la Seine à partir de L’emmarchement, réserver une ZZZ, ou jouer à un jeu avec des amis à la Terrasse à 1000 Pattes. Le Berges propose également de nombreuses options amicales actifs et de l’enfant qui comprennent un mur d’escalade, un parcours de santé, jeux au sol, un mur d’ardoise, et tipis d’anniversaire. Au total, il y a six restaurants / bars le long de la Berges où vous pouvez prendre une bouchée à manger après avoir travaillé jusqu’à une sueur!
10 must see places in paris in summer

2. Les toits en Beaubourg

Beaubourg est un domaine dans le 4ème arrondissement de Paris dont la principale attraction est le musée d’art moderne du Centre Pompidou. Cette zone est l’endroit idéal pour déguster un café, un repas, ou un cocktail dans un restaurant sur le toit ou au bar. Le Georges et le toit du Centre Pompidou sont des taches sur le toit populaires où vous pouvez être fasciné par la vue imprenable sur Paris.
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3. Les rues de Montmartre

Les rues sinueuses de Montmartre sont un bel endroit pour passer un jour d’été à Paris. Chaque rue est pleine de culture, l’art, la musique, les gens, et de la nourriture. Dans Montmartre, il y a beaucoup d’endroits que vous pouvez visiter ainsi y compris le Moulin Rouge, la basilique du Sacré-Cœur, Espace Dali, et la Place du Tertre.
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4. Place de Vosges

Construit par Henri IV, Place des Vosges est situé dans le Marais et est la place la plus ancienne et la plus belle prévu à Paris. Ici, dans l’été, vous pourrez vous détendre dans l’herbe, visiter les petits commerces et restaurants qui l’entoure, ainsi que visiter l’ancienne maison de Victor Hugo, le célèbre auteur de «Les Misérables».
10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

5. Jardin du Luxembourg

Ce parc, situé dans le quartier latin, est extrêmement populaire quand le soleil brille! Jardin du Luxembourg est impeccablement entretenu et dispose de chaises que vous pouvez utiliser partout dans le parc. Pour les enfants, il ya un étang que vous pouvez louer des voiliers en bois, et une quantité incroyable de fleurs à l’odeur et statues à voir. Ne manquez pas la réplique de la Statue de la Liberté!
10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

6. Canal St. Martin

Construit en 1802 sous le règne de Napoléon Ier, le Canal Saint-Martin a été d’abord conçu pour fournir de l’eau douce pour les citoyens de Paris. Maintenant, ses ponts de fer et arborées banques sont un lieu incontournable à Paris est l’été. Up and down Canal Saint-Martin sont bars chics, de délicieux bistrots et marchés de produits frais. Ceci est un petit bijou à Paris qui est souvent négligé.
10 must see places in paris in summer

7. Piscine Joséphine Baker

Cette piscine est un succès auprès des enfants à Paris est l’été! Piscine Joséphine Baker est en fait une grande barge abritant une piscine flottante à droite sur la Seine. En été, le toit de verre ouvre pour créer une terrasse en plein air pour une expérience unique en son genre. Assurez-vous pour saluer les bateaux mouches naviguant par!

10 must see places in paris in summer

8. Parc du Champ de Mars/La Tour Eiffel

Si vous souhaitez passer un certain temps dans un parc avec une vraie vue parisien, tête de Parc du Champ de Mars. Dominé par la Tour Eiffel, ce parc est un endroit idéal pour apporter un peu de vin, du fromage et une baguette pour un pique-nique au soleil!
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9. Père Lachaise

Situé le dans le 19ème arrondissement, Père Lachaise est les aires de repos pour beaucoup de gens célèbres du monde entier. Comme le cimetière le plus visité dans le monde, les visiteurs viennent à la voir les tombes de Jim Morrison, Molière, Chopin, Oscar Wilde, Géricault, Victor Noir et beaucoup plus. Père Lachaise se sent plus comme un musée, avec de nombreuses tombes fascinantes, que toute autre chose.
10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

10. Jardin des Tuileries

Jardin des Tuileries est le lieu idéal pour visiter après une matinée au Musée du Louvre. Situé dans le premier arrondissement de Paris, ce jardin est idéal pour la détente, en admirant les œuvres de Monet, et pour une expérience de la marche culturelle. De Juin-Août, ce jardin accueille la Fête des Tuileries.

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Hotels Near Gare de Lyon

Hotels Near Gare de Lyon

Staying near this major transportation hub really can’t be beat! We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite hotels near Gare de Lyon to help you make the most of your next trip to Paris!

Hotel Palym – from €121

Hotels Near Gare de Lyon


At just a 2-minute walk from Gare de Lyon, the Hotel Palym is a superb choice if you’re looking for the best bang for your buck. One of the best lower-price hotels near Gare de Lyon, this 2-star hotel features reasonably-priced rooms and basic comforts that will ensure you have an enjoyable stay.

Why Stay at Hotel Palym?

Accommodations are available for a variety of requests, including disability services, family rooms, non-smoking rooms and English-speaking assistance. The rooms feature free WiFi, cable television, private bathrooms and, for certain rooms, there’s even a fireplace!

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Hotel Elysée Gare de Lyon – from €165

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Literally steps away from the iconic Place de la Bastille, the Hotel Elysée is full of quaint Parisian charm. Located at 234 rue de Bercy, this 3-star hotel offers a relaxing stay amidst simplistic comforts.

Why Stay at Hotel Elysée?

With its red-and-white decor and black-and-white minimalist artwork, the Hotel Elysée has a unique flair that sets it apart. Rooms feature a flat screen TV, air conditioning, free WiFi and English-speaking staff. In the morning, be sure to take advantage of the breakfast buffet which, for an additional fee, can be delivered right to your door!

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Hôtel Trianon – from €176

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A 5-minute walk from Gare de Lyon, Hôtel Trianon provides a soothing oasis in the bustling Bastille and its blue and cream interior makes for the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sight-seeing.

Why Stay at Hôtel Trianon?

Hôtel Trianon offers free WiFi, satellite TV and air conditioned rooms. Reception is open 24/7 and English-speaking staff are available. The hotel features a breakfast buffet and room service available from noon to 10:30pm. If you’re looking for the news in your home country, free international newspapers are available upon request.

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Mercure Paris Gare de Lyon TGV – from €216

Hotels Near Gare de Lyon

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Located just 1/2 mile from the Bastille Opéra House and a short walk away from the Botanical Gardens, Hotel Mercure Paris Gare de Lyon TGV is perfect for enjoying the cultural beauty of Paris. The hotel features a small food market, M Shop, where you can purchase a variety of products and a work station is available for those wishing to get a little extra work in during their stay.

Why Stay at Hotel Mercure?

At 4-stars, Hotel Mercure Paris Gare de Lyon TGV provides you with all your essentials and then some, ensuring that you have an extremely comfortable,

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luxurious stay. Air-conditioned rooms feature free WiFi, bottled water, flat screen TV with satellite channels, hairdryer and bathroom toiletries. Tea and coffee makers are provided to each room and superior rooms feature more luxurious items, including a Nespresso machine, soft drinks, bathrobe and slippers. An extensive digital media library is available, as well, allowing access to magazines, newspapers and other media platforms.

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Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon – from €222

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The Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon is a 4-star hotel with a host of luxurious options available. Your stay at Novotel is sure to include free WiFi and 42″ flat screen TV and the vibrant blues, reds, oranges and greens of the hotel create a sleek, modern atmosphere.

Why Stay at Novotel?

Hotels Near Gare de Lyon

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Among the many luxurious amenities offered by Novotel is a fitness center and 24-hour indoor heated pool. Luggage storage is available, as is valet parking. This is the perfect choice for travelers with kids, as the hotel provides children’s entertainment options. With a 24-hour reception and à la carte room service, you’re sure to have your needs met no matter the time of day!

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Hotel Paris Bastille Boutet – McGallery by Sofitel – from €343

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Located a mere 1/2 mile from the Opéra Bastille, the Hotel Paris Bastille Boutet is one of the best hotels near Gare de Lyon. This 5-star hotel is well-worth the stay, offering everything you could possibly imagine. Situated in the 11th arrondissement, it offers a bit of a different experience than the other hotels, offering access to Place de la République and Place des Vosges.

Why Stay at Hotel Paris Bastille Boutet?

Hotels Near Gare de Lyon


The Hotel Paris Bastille Boutet features a grand spa center, free for guests, complete with a Turkish bath and sauna, as well as an indoor heated pool. Rooms include a variety of amenities, including a Nespresso machine, flat screen TV, iHome docking station and safety box. You can even request a room with a private rooftop terrace!

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Why Stay Near Gare de Lyon?

Gare de Lyon is a major transportation hub connecting the Paris metro and RER network to the main train lines extending into Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Spain. The station itself is located in Paris’s charming 12th arrondissement, home to the historic Place de la Bastille, former site of the Bastille prison and birthplace of the French Revolution. While in the area, be sure to check out the Opéra de la Bastille where the majority of Parisian operas are performed. If you’re more of a nature lover, head over to the second largest park in Paris, Bois de Vincennes. Situated less than 4 miles away from Gare de Lyon, Bois de Vincennes features an arboretum, a farm, mini-golf, boat rides, horse races and miles of jogging trails – you’re sure to find something here that piques your interest!

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Shopping in Paris

Paris is well known for being the capital of fashion: the greatest French designers are based there, whether they have their headquarters or their many shops. Of course, fashion in Paris, it’s firstly fashion houses, those that attract enthusiasts worldwide: Louis Vuitton on the Champs Elysées, or the luxury boutiques installed along the Avenue Montaigne, in the Triangle d’or Parisien: Chanel, Christian Dior. Nearby, you can also find Yves Saint Laurent, Jean- Paul Gaultier , and Hermes boutiques. There are of course shopping malls and shopping streets where you can find what you’re looking for… Learn more shopping in Paris.

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Les Galeries Lafayette is a huge department store situated at the Haussmann boulevard in the 9th district of Paris. Since its creation in 1894, les Galeries Lafayette Haussmann has become a true Parisian icon and an essential place to visit in the city. The Art-Nouveau cupola overlooks the 65,000 meters of retail space devoted to fashion and is comprised of three buildings with more than 2500 brands from around the world ranging from accessible to luxury , and there are also 25 restaurants.


 Printemps Haussmann

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Le Printemps Haussmann is a huge store located at the 9th district of Paris(next to Les Galeries Lafayette). You can find the principal brands of fashion, luxury and beauty. They are divided by themes in the three buildings of the shop (25 floors and 44 000 square meter in total).

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For 6 weeks at the end of the year, enjoy the animated Christmas displays at the Printemps Haussmann and at the Galeries Lafayette which have been going on for 50 years.

Le Bon Marché

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Le Bon Marché is also a big store in the 7th district of Paris; it was the first ever department store to open its doors in 1852. This unique building, designed by architect Louis Charles Boileau and by engineer Gustave Eiffel, displays a façade that was both unique and innovative for its time. There is something there for everyone’s taste: men’s, women’s and children’s fashion, accessories, culinary art and design pieces.

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Le Bazar de l’Hôtel de ville or BHV, officially BHV Marais since 2013, is a big department store belonging to the Galeries Lafayette group. It is situated in the 4th district in front of the city hall. While it is more known for its fashion stores, you can also find a wide selection of tools and gadgets perfect for your DIY projects.

Shopping Malls


Shopping in Paris


In the 16th district of Paris (and just a few steps from the Eiffel Tower), Beaugrenelle has only recently begun to attract the most prestigious of retail brands. After much effort to breath new life into a once dying shopping center, visitors can now enjoy an afternoon window shopping and treating themselves to all of the finer things in life. Here you will discover a wide array of shopping venues… From Guerlain and Baccarat to Silvera… you will never run out of beautiful clothes and things to gape at in wonderment.

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Les 4 Temps

Les Quatre Temps , Europe’s largest shopping center, opened in 1981 on the forecourt of Defense. Easily accessible and a mere 10 minutes from the city center, this bustling shopping center welcomes visitors from all over the world. Allow yourself plenty of time to thoroughly enjoy all that this world-class shopping venue has to offer!

Montparnasse Rive Gauche

Shopping in Paris


Situated at the foot of the famous Tour Montparnasse, in the 15th district of Paris, this shopping mall offers an unique view of the entire city! Not only you will find what you were looking for in the shops but you will also enjoy a beautiful panoramic view!




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Champs Elysées

Want to go shopping on the Champs -Elysees? You have more than enough shops to choose from! While known for its high-end brands (Louis Vuitton, Lancel, Chanel, Longchamps…), it has become more accessible to the general masses with the recent inclusion of more affordable retail options, such as Zara, H&M, and Célio.

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Famous Streets In Paris

Paris, a city home to some of the planet’s most iconic monuments and attractions, is also home to some of the worlds most iconic boulevards. From The Champs-Élysées to the Avenue Victor Hugo, we have assembled a list of the most famous streets in Paris. After reading you will be an expert!

Famous Streets In Paris


1. Champs-Elysées

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées has been beguiling visitors with its ritz and glamor for a very long time. Dominated by the famous Arc de Triumph, the Champs-Élysées offers designer shopping, luxurious dining and more. Visitors can climb to the top of the Arc de Triumph. The view from the top will not leave you disappointed – you will be able to see all of Paris!

Famous Streets In Paris


2. Avenue Victor Hugo

Avenue Victor Hugo, like many famous streets in Paris, begins at the Arc de Triomph. It is the second longest avenue and named after the famous Victor Hugo, who spent his last days at the Hôtel Particulier. A statue of Hugo can be found at the intersection with avenue Henri-Martin. Avenue Victor Hugo is famous for its incredibly beautiful architecture – perfect for a casual stroll.

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3. Avenue Montaigne

This street is home to the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées where visitors can watch different operas. The opera is also the home of two magnificent orchestra’s. If you have a little extra time, we definitely recommend paying a visit to this historic performance venue. Additionally, this avenue is respected for its importance to the fashion industry. Many famous brands can be found here including Vuitton, Loewe and Céline and more.

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4. Rue de Rivoli

This highly populated, energetic street runs through very heart of Paris, parallel to the river Seine. Named after Napoleon’s early victories at the battle of Rivoli, this beautiful boulevard is home to the Louvre and the Tuileries Garden. Palais Royal, just next to the Louvre,  is the perfect place to enjoy a day out in the sunlit gardens. This is the perfect street if you want to catch a glimpse of the old aristocratic side of Paris. Don’t miss it!

Famous Streets In Paris


5. Passages Couverts

Taking a brief departure from the massive boulevards that dominate the majority of Paris’s main through fairs… the Passages Couverts are a more cozy option. These covered shopping alleys make for terrific shortcuts through town. You can find quaint cafés, pubs, and affordable shopping. Not only that, but the architecture in these covered alleys is absolutely gorgeous so don’t miss them! Learn more about them here!

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6. Boulevard de Clichy

Montmartre was at one point considered to be an oasis for Paris’s artistic crowd. Unfortunately, higher prices as a result of tourism has driven most of the artists into different neighborhoods. There you can find the Boulevard de Clichy – home to the Moulin Rouge and Paris’s red light district. You will find nightlife and a good time no matter what time of day you choose to visit. Consider visiting the Moulin Rouge watching a cabaret performance!

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7. L’Esplanade des Invalides

This magnificent street runs just outside of the Hôtel des Invalides and a series of parks and green spaces that you will find people relaxing. We recommend checking out Hôtel des  Invalides, where you can discover several museums about France’s war history. It is also the burial site of some of France’s most notable heroes like Napoleon Bonaparte. Don’t miss it!

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8. Avenue de L’Opéra

In the heart of Paris, this street runs from the Louvre to Opéra Garnier, Paris’s most iconic opera house. Unlike most grand boulevards in Paris, the Avenue de L’Opéra does not have trees because the architect did not want any trees to obstruct the view of the magnificent buildings front facing façade. The opera is open for performances and both solo and guided tours. Here, you can explore the setting for the famous play “Phantom of the Opera”.

Famous Streets In Paris

9. Rue Soufflot

The Rue Soufflot leads from the entrance to Luxembourg Garden to the Pantheon. Both attractions should be in your list of top things to do in Paris. After exploring the Pantheon and its classical greek style architecture, head on over to the Luxembourg Garden for a picnic on its beautiful lawns.

10. Rue de la Paix

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This famous street also runs up to Opéra Garnier. It is bet known for its jewellers such as Cartier. Why not take a look at some of the jewellers’ wares? Perhaps you want to buy an anniversary or birthday gift? What says I love you better than a ring from a city as special as the person you are giving it to?



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Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris, Unique Hotels In Paris, unique hotels in paris

Unique Hotels In Paris

Paris is known to have refined culture and some of the world’s best cuisine. But the reputation for elegance and luxury tends to overshadow the fun, kooky side of the country. Here is a selection of the best unique hotels in Paris – artsy, eccentric or downright unconventional.

1. Le Bellechasse

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If you like being close to art galleries, prestigious antique shops, this quirky boutique hotel is all you need. Set up in Parisian style it is a visual of milk and honey – different from the mainstream. It was designed by famous fashion designer Christian Lacroix. Eccentricity include giant wall butterflies, winged dandies and enormous playing cards and yet elegant and charming.

2. Hotel Du Petit Moulin

Once the oldest bakery in Paris, now a small boutique hotel. Imagine a classic 1900’s boulangerie shopfront and get enchanted by a large whip of Christian Lacroix’s exuberance. It is comfortable but very colorful, bright accommodation. Hotel Du Petit Moulin is unique and singularly designed. It also features scribbles and drawings taken from Lacroix’s very own sketchbook. Also perfectly located for fashion boutique shopping.

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3. One by the Five

Minute attention to details, affordable luxury to dabble with, opulent in it’s character, it takes pride in marketing itself as the ultimate romantic experience. One by the Five is the the single-suite hotel which incorporates top-notch contemporary design, advanced technology and attention to detail. Each room offers rich fabrics, handmade beds, playful lighting effects and music composed exclusively for the suite.

4. Mama Shelter

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Take a moment to appreciate the quirky Philippe Starck design, more value for money than your average mid-range accommodation, Mama Shelter is quickly becoming one of the most popular unique hotels in Paris. It accommodates mostly to a young and hip crowd. Fancy elevators papered with trivia and trinklets, superhero masks sprinkled casually in every room and iMac televisions in every room. The decor might not be of your taste, however,  the  amazing room rates and accessible location make this an excellent choice.

5. Hotel des Academies

Be ready for a warm welcome and a stylish decor! This small romantic boutique hotel has exhaustive touch of creative arts. Rooms were completely renovated and the result is a glamorous but relaxed atmosphere. Rated the third best hotel in Europe, the Hotel des Academies celebrates the creative arts. Located in one of the beautiful districts in Paris. Choose from classic or Art Deco-styled rooms designed by artist Jérôme Mesnager and sculptor Sophie de Watrigant. It’s definitely all elegant and not a budget hotel by any means but its creative 21st-century interpretation of the modern art culture of the city makes it worth a splurge.

6. Kube Hotel

Located near Montmarte, this hotel is known for a large glass cube that calls to mind ice hotels in the frigid Arctic. With 41 guest rooms, it also has a room which is “The Ice Cube Room by Grey Goose” where you can sleep in -10 degrees on an ice bed covered with animal skins. Hue of blue and lilac continue to dominate the decor and with the remaining ones it combines a retro decor with a futuristic influence. The faux fur, fluorescent perspex, bean bags and cubic forms, this isn’t the typical Parisian hotel. It also has the capital’s first ice bar.

7. Hotel Le A

This hotel is located in a traditional Parisian town house. Within 5 minutes, you can be in the Champs-Elysees. Small, antique, quaint stylish luxurious boutique hotel, latest in-room technology such as adjustable lights and electronic blind, contemporary with a bold monochrome signature style is evenly distributed throughout 25 bedrooms. The lobby and rooms were designed by French artist Fabrice Hybert. He has also painted one unique piece of art for every guest room. Oddities include a library filled with art and design books and a relaxing lounge complete with open fireplace.

8. L’Hôtel Hospitel

It’s hard to imagine that a hotel could be housed within a hospital. Nonetheless, this confidential hotel is housed on the 6th floor, gallery B2 and offers all the comforts of a classic hotel. The 14 rooms can welcome up to 3 people each, with a bathroom and toilet, air-conditioning and television. Situated a few metres from Notre-Dame Cathedral, on Ile-de-la-Cité, the central location of the hotel Hospitel makes visiting Paris easy.

9. Le Pavillon des Lettres

Twenty-six letters of the alphabet for 26 bedrooms and suites: welcome to the Pavillon des Lettres, Paris’s first literary hotel. Whether dedicated to Baudelaire, Diderot, Flaubert, Goethe, Hugo, Kafka, Musset, La Fontaine, Shakespeare or Tolstoy, the bedrooms pay tribute to a poet or a writer with a decor which takes its inspiration from their creative world. Evoking dreams, poetry and the imaginative world of the night, printed quotations decorate the walls, inviting guests to read and dream. The decorator Didier Benderli wanted to combine the words of authors with decorative works.

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How to walk the walk like a Parisian

While accommodations and sights are a vital part of your Parisian vacation, there are a few other considerations that you need to keep in mind before your trip. The most important of these things is to walk the walk like a Parisian and not looking like an obvious tourist.  There are numerous ways to transition into the air of the Parisian persona.  We’re going to break it down into three categories for you: the look, the air, the food.

The Look

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Rule number one: leave your brightly colored, branded clothing at home. The French embrace the simplicity of neutral colors and don’t feel the need to advertise the brand of clothing they are wearing.  They let the clothing and its quality speak for itself.  There is no need to advertise the brand you are wearing.

You don’t have to bring your best pieces with you but dressing nicely is some of the best advice we can give you. Your clothing should be prepared to take a stroll through Jardin du Luxemburg, a visit to the Louvre or hold up to the street style of an outdoor café.

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Scarfs are the best accessory you can bring with you. They’re versatile and allow you to change up the same basic outfit. Make sure you bring broken-in, comfortable shoes for the day (you’ll be doing more walking than you thought) and save your heels for dinner. When it comes to your purse or bag, having a bag that zips up and isn’t easy to break is extremely important. It makes it ten times harder for you to be pick-pocketed when you bag is zipped up tight.

The Air

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We’re not talking about the literal air of Paris her, but the persona that the Parisians have.  They’re confident, serious and they’re never lost.  While everyone hopes to obtain these attributes, it’s pretty easy to fake it until you make it. The way you hold yourself is a key aspect of looking like a Parisian, shoulders back, chin up, don’t slouch: any place you are this will immediately make you appear more confident.  Looking as if you are not lost even if you are, gives the air that you are not to be messed with or targeted.  The best advice for this category is to keep your head up.

The Food

The French take their food very seriously.  There are a couple of big no-no’s when it comes to food, dining and eating in Paris.  Time moves differently in Paris, there is still the hustle and bustle of big city life, but there is also the slow relax demeanor the French are famous for.  There is no need to eat on your way somewhere and to go coffee is only for transport.  Food is meant to be thoroughly enjoyed, thus you need to take time and care while enjoying your food.Le Loir Dans le Thièire salon de thé

Dining in Paris has its own etiquette. Forget what you know and embrace the change. Unlike those who were raised in the States, the French hold their fork in their left hand and their knife in their right hand. Resist the temptation of switching your fork to your right hand.  They say the knife should be held as an extension of your hand. Use the knife to push food onto you fork.

All that delicious bread served with you meal is meant to clean your plate when you have finished your meal. It’s also a great pre-dinner munch.  Make sure you break off just enough bread for a bite and then place the rest off to the left side of the plate on the table. There’s no need to rush while enjoying a meal in Paris, or anywhere in France really.

So, slowly sip your wine and embrace all there is about walking the walk like a Parisian.

Free Things to Do in Paris

Free Things to Do in Paris

Your trip to Paris doesn’t have to be expensive! If you know where to look, you can find plenty of free activities in the city. Check out our favorite free things to do in Paris!

Free Things to Do in Paris

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1) Stroll through a Parisian Park

Paris is home to some of the most spectacular parks in the world, and you can enjoy the majority of them for free! Popular green spaces include the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Champs de Mars, and the Tuileries where you can enjoy breathtaking views of some of Paris’s most iconic monuments. For the active individual, the Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes are enormous parks with plenty of running trails and gorgeous scenery. Here, you can find activities for the whole family, including a small farm at Bois de Vincennes and the botanical gardens of the Jardin des serres d’Auteil in the Bois de Boulogne.


2) Visit the Largest Cemetery in Paris

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Come visit the final resting place of international legends, including Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, and Oscar Wilde amidst the gorgeous sculptures of Père Lachaise. Paris’s largest cemetery, Père Lachaise is larger than the Vatican, with over 1 million recorded burials having taken place on the grounds. While a cemetery may sound like an odd place to visit, Père Lachaise really shouldn’t be missed. With its artistic vibe and historical relevance of those buried here, a visit to Père Lachaise is well-worth it. Definitely one of our favorite free things to do in Paris!


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3) Enjoy a Free Church Concert

Paris offers a number of fantastic churches where you can enjoy a free performance. For the classical music lovers, you can experience the gorgeous acoustics of some of the most iconic churches at one of their free chamber music concerts. At Église de la Trinité, you can enjoy a free performance every Thursday followed by an informal meet-and-greet with the musicians. Every Sunday, experience a spectacular organ recital either at Notre Dame at 4:30pm or at Saint-Sulpice during the 10:30am mass.


4) Visit One of Paris’s Iconic Museums

Paris is home to over 300 museums and, on the first Sunday of the month, you can explore many of them for free! Crowd favorites such as the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and Centre Pompidou and lesser-known museums alike participate in this monthly event, so be sure to take advantage of it during your trip to Paris.

If your trip doesn’t happen to fall on the first Sunday of the month, don’t despair! Many museums are free or discounted all year round for visitors under 18, making a museum visit one of the best free things to do in Paris for families.


5) Become a Culinary Expert

Free Things to Do in Paris

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The Féderation Française de Cuisine has partnered with the Mairie de Paris to offer free cooking classes with some of Paris’s most renowned chefs and culinary experts. Each class is themed and begins at a neighborhood market, where you’ll learn how to select high-quality ingredients for your specific type of cuisine before learning the art of French cooking!


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6) Enjoy a Wine Tasting

If you happen to be in Paris on a Saturday, head over to La Dernière Goutte for a free wine tasting! Expert wine makers from all over France frequent the shop, sharing their knowledge and expertise with participants. Truly something that should not be missed when in Paris!


7) Experience Art at the Centquatre

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This relatively new public space allows visitors to experience the best of Parisian art and innovation. Hosting a number of artists, festivals, public talks, and presentations, there’s always something going on! One Saturday a month, the venue hosts its Bal Pop’, a free public dance featuring all genres of music and dancing. If you’re lucky enough to be in Paris during this event, be sure to check this out!


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8) Enjoy a Movie Under the Stars

Every summer, the Parc de la Villette transforms into a free outdoor cinema. Featuring a mix of classics and recent favorites that adhere to event’s annual theme, you’re sure to find a film that suits your tastes. Bring a blanket or rent a lawn chair and settle in for a night of cinematic moonlight magic!


9) Relax at the “Beach”

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Every summer from mid-July to mid-August, the banks of the Seine transform into the Paris Plages, a man-made beach complete with sand, lawn chairs, and outdoor concerts. The Paris Plages are spread out around 3 locations: Louvre/Pont de Sully, Port de la Gare, and Bassin de la Villette. At Bassin de la Villette, rent one of the number of free books available as you lounge by the water sports complex or mini pool. You can enjoy the Paris Plage every day of the week from 9am to midnight.

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If you’re looking for year-round activities, head over to the left bank where you’ll find the Berges de Seine. Stretching from the Pont de l’Alma to the Musée d’Orsay, this spectacular space features a number of free, fun activities perfect for the whole family. With plenty of relaxation space, playgrounds, sports areas, and restaurants centrally located in front of some of Paris’s most popular attractions, the Berges de Seine is a must-see when coming to Paris!


10) Dine for Free

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While it may seem impossible, there are actually plenty of places in Paris where you can eat for free! Several restaurants and bars offer free couscous or mussels with chips or fries if you purchase a drink. Check out the map below to find our favorite places offering this option. Eating for free is definitely one of our favorite free things to do in Paris!





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Paris Segway Tours

Paris Segway Tours

Paris, while it can feel surprisingly small at times, can be quite difficult to traverse on foot. Long walks can leave you feeling tired and drained… making you too exhausted to truly enjoy the entirety of your day… Looking for an easier way to get around Paris!? Well look no further. A Segway tour will make exploring the city of lights a breeze.

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The ParisByM team recently took the liberty of trying one of Paris’s segway tours for ourselves. We can truly tell you that we had an absolutely terrific time. Imagine being able to see all of Paris’s main monuments and attractions in the span of a mere few hours. Not only that… but you won’t break a sweat.

Riding a segway is one of those things that might make you feel a little bit like a silly tourist… but the fact of the matter is everyone should feel jealous of you. Not only can you go insanely quick on one of these beauties. But the simple mechanics of a segway will make you feel a little bit like a super hero flying around town.

How does a segway work?

A segway is simply a machine that is designed to keep itself balanced up right. The built in gyroscope ensures that you will not fall over when riding and allows you to control the direction of your movement simply by leaning your body in the direction you would like to go. The further forwards you lean your body… the faster you will go. The more backwards you lean the faster you will break or go in reverse. It’s really that easy! After a few moments practice with your tour guid you will be a Paris segway tours expert. Your guide will ensure that you are up to speed on all important safety information. Follow his instructions and you will have no problems!

Paris Segway Tours

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What’s to be seen

Paris segway tours will take you past many different iconic landmarks such as l’Hôtel des Invalides, the Louvre and even the Eiffel Tower! Your tour guide will explain the history of everything that your eyes alight upon ensuring that you are saturated in all of the culture found here in Paris. Segway tours are relatively inexpensive and depending how long you want your tour to be can go for around approximately 70 euros.

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Shopping on Sunday in Paris

Shopping on Sunday in Paris

Open or not open?! Sunday stores are not easy to find in Paris! Here you will find shops and shopping malls that may be the right thing for you.

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Shopping on Sunday in Paris


  • Avenue des Champs Elysées with Fnac, Marionnaud, Louis Vuitton, Zara, Adidas, Eric Bompard, H&M, Le 66, Guerlain
  • Le boulevard Saint-Germain in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés, between the Saint-Pères street and the Saint-Germain-des-Prés square.
  • Le Viaduc des arts in the 12th district with artisans workshops and fashion shops.
  • Montmartre, in the district of Abbesses and La Butte Montmartre: Several streets open their doors on Sunday, particularly the sector of Vieux Village in Montmartre, the Tertre square, the Place du Calvaire and the street of Mont Cenis. Clothing, design and decoration shops are open as Petit Bateau, Princesse Tam Tam or Sandro.Scenic, Paris, Sunday, champs elysees, Shopping on sunday in Paris
  • In the Marais district: the Vosges square and the street Francs-Bourgeois. Several clothing and accessory shops are open on Sunday. There are also roads which are closed for cars in the Sunday afternoons. You can find stores like Aubade, Zadig & Voltaire, L’Occitane, Home Autour du Monde, Bensimon…
  • Rue d’Arcole: Here you can find souvenir shops!
  • The business center of La Défense is also the place to go for buyers! In this shopping mall, Les 4 Temps, you will find stores like Mango, Celio, H&M, Zara Home, Apple Store, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Sephora, YellowKorner… A few steps further the Cnit shopping mall is also open on Sunday with Décathlon, Habitat, Monoprix, Marionnaud, Léonidas, Arteum entre autres…
  • Along the Canal Saint-Martin there are several stores to go shopping on Sunday in Paris like Antoine & Lili, Quai 71, Artazart, American, Apparel, Centre Commercial, Claudie Pierlot, Agnès B (some Sundays)…
  • Les Halles quarter: There are several brands such as H&M, Zara, New look, Calzedonia…
  • Since this summer 2016, Les Galeries Lafayettes, a huge department store in Boulevard Haussmann, has started opening its doors on Sundays!

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Steps away from the capital

Shopping on Sunday in Paris

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  • Situated close to Versailles, One Nation Paris is the biggest outlet shopping mall dedicated to fashion and luxury in France. Open also on Sundays from 10 am to 8pm it is accessible by shuttle from the center of Paris.
  • To get a good deal in the east of Paris, go to La Vallée Village Chic Outlet Shopping in Marne-la-Vallée. In a calm atmosphere near Disneyland Paris, this open-air shopping center offers renowned brands ( Jimmy Choo, Sonia Rykiel, Longchamp, Kenzo…) from last year’s collections at reduced prices! There are also shuttles from Paris.



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Paris Off-Beaten Paths

Everybody visits the Eiffel Tower. But what about doing something else for a change? Have you ever considered exploring Paris off the beaten path? Here’s the top list of things to do and not stick to the iconic things to experience once-in-lifetime off-beaten paths Paris.

1. Parks

Jardin Des Plantes

One of the main botanical garden in France, and not just in Paris. It is one of seven departments of the Muséum national d’histoire naturelle. It is situated in the 5ème arrondissement on the left bank of the river Seine. Very lovely to take a walk and watch out for different species of plants. Recommended for off-beaten Paths Paris. 

Off-Beaten Paths Paris

Buttes Chaumont

Vast green space filled with exotic, indigenous trees and numerous birds – seagulls, moorhens, and mallard ducks. Very enchanting to go for a picnic on a sunny noon on a weekend.

Palais Royale

The garden revolves around stupendous architecture which was once prestigious heritage. The octagonal columns are definitely worth a visit and are one of the symbols of Paris.

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Pare Monceaur

It is an unusual French park, very English in-style. Today the park has play areas for children and remains very popular with local people. The site is an active free wifi, in case, you want to sit in the garden and do some work.

2. Walks

Passage Couverts

Paris is of course famous for its world class shopping and café culture, however, most people who visit the city for the first time head straight to the Champs Élysées and fail to experience the city’s less touristic side.  For this, one need only venture slightly off the beaten path to one of Paris’s quaint Passages Couverts.  These galleries are the perfect place to spend the day exploring, shopping, and unwinding with a  drink on one of Paris’s less sunny days. Read more here. Worth doing this off-beaten Paths Paris.

Pere Lachaise Cemetery

Within its walls lie leading lights like Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Collette, Gertrude Stein, Modigliani and so many more of the most celebrated dignitaries  the world has ever known. Established in 1804, Père Lachaise is the largest cemetery in the city of Paris. One of the best off-Beaten Paths Paris. Read more, here. To book a guided tour, the one which you wouldn’t regret, contact here

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Around Montmarte Area

It is flooded with tourists, but you got to step outside of the Sacre-Coeur and you get into area where once Picasso and Utrillo were living, square in 18th arrondisement, lined with cobbled streets and tiny alleyways, monuments and statues can be spotted, and few vineyards. If you fancy small traditional cabaret shows, they can be seen too, which are very authentic in nature.

Flea Markets

Discover an impressive vintage focused area with 14 different markets and more than 2000 shops and get a customized experience to help you get the best shopping in Paris. Depending on your needs, we will reach and explore in depth some of the following markets : Malassis, Dauphine, Vernaison, Biron, Paul Bert, Serpette and Jules Vallès. Explore, your knowledgeable guide will explain the history of the market, which dates back to 1885, while showing you many of the secret corners of the vibrant market.

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3. View

Tour Montparnasse

Coming to Paris and seeing Eiffel tower and Arc De Triomphe is good, yes. But wouldn’t you want to do something off-beaten? We suggest you to do Tour Montparnasse. Tour Montparnasse is a skyscraper located in the Montparnasse area of Paris.

Off-Beaten Paths Paris


Galeries Lafayette Haussmann

Have you been looking for that perfect rooftop terrace where you can both relax and enjoy a spectacular view, and shop till you drop? Galeries Lafayette Haussmann’s roof terrace is one of a kind – provides a magnificient view over all of Paris and its monuments.

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Drinks with a view in paris

After a tour, before a museum visit, or basically whenever you feel like it… here are some good places in Paris to have drinks with a view in paris. Check it, here

4. Activities

Cooking Tours

Learn and experiment with local recipes and the conventional French gastronomy such as learn how to bake a baguette, or bake a french loaf called as pain de campagne by taking amazing cooking classes. If you wish to take a cooking tour, you can book here.


Explore wine tasting in Paris’ historical Wine Cellars with Wine Tasting by imbuing yourself in France’s wine-making heritage without ever leaving Paris. You can have a look at cooking vacation on Paris, here.

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Segway Tours

Paris segway tours will take you past many different iconic landmarks such as l’Hôtel Invalides, the Louvre, and even the Eiffel Tower. Long walks can leave you feeling tired and drained, making you too exhausted to truly enjoy the entirety of your day. A Segway tour will make exploring the city of lights a breeze. Check it here.

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Rent a private boat for dinner

Rent a private boat for dinner in a small group of more than eight people. Also, There are four main types of Paris boat tours that each create a unique experience viewing the city. Read about it here. 

5. Museums

Louvre and Orsay are the most visited ones but Paris is bursting with mysterious spots, and there are infinite architectural exploits and places imbued with history to discover amidst its streets.

Musée Picasso Paris  

This museum contains over 5,000 works and archived pieces and is considered the most comprehensive representation of the artist’s creative process

Musée de Carnavalet

For a wonderful stroll through the history of Paris, the Carnavalet museum contains a unique and varied collection of artifacts, mostly from during the Haussmann reconstruction in the late 19th century. Located in the Marais quarter, the surrounding area has a lot of pedestrian streets that are great for window shopping.

Off-Beaten Paths Paris

Musée Zadkine

Near the Jardin du Luxembourg is the Musée Zadkine, dedicated to the work of the sculptor Ossip Zadkine. The museum has a beautiful garden, features hundreds of sculptures, paintings and drawings charting the artist’s work, and also hosts regular contemporary art exhibitions.

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Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

Paris, the City of Love, is easily the most romantic city in the world and the perfect place to honeymoon! From charming boutique hotels to luxurious palaces, the city offers an infinite number of accommodation options that will guarantee every couple the honeymoon of a lifetime! Since planning a wedding takes time, we’ve compiled a list of the best honeymoon hotels in Paris so you don’t have to worry about a thing!

Hôtel Montmartre Mon Amour

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: 4 stars

Price: From $99/night

Location: 7 Rue Paul Albert, 18th arr., 75018 Paris, France

Métro: Château Rouge (Line 4)

Why We Love It: With its unique love theme, the Hôtel Montmartre Mon Amour is definitely one of the best honeymoon hotels in Paris! Each room is inspired by a different iconic couple and offers a number of romantic packages, such as champagne and rose petals, to make your stay truly magical. But the romance doesn’t stop there! Guests can enjoy a love-themed breakfast complete with heart-shaped waffles and heart-shaped dining booths and are just minutes away from the Sacré Coeur and Moulin Rouge, two of Montmartre’s most famous sites.

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Hôtel Les Bulles de Paris

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: 4 stars

Price: From $198/night

Location: 32 rue des Ecoles, 5th arr., 75005 Paris, France

Métro: Maubert-Mutualité (Line 10)

Why We Love It: This extraordinary treasure is a champagne-lover’s paradise! Les Bulles de Paris is completely decorated according to its signature champagne theme and features a sampling of France’s most spectacular champagnes, including the hotel’s very own house champagne. Each of the 6 floors offers a variation on the theme with Paris and Champagne (dark blue and grey), Arts and Champagne (green), Love and Champagne (red rose), Partying and Champagne (black and gold), and Women and Champagne (gold and silver). Whichever floor you choose, you’re in for a real treat when you book Les Bulles de Paris! This is definitely one of the best honeymoon hotels in Paris!

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Hôtel Da Vinci

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: 4 stars

Price: From $271/night

Location: 25 rue des Saints-Pères, 6th arr., 75006 Paris, France

Métro: Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Line 4)

Why We Love It: The Hôtel Da Vinci is a rare gem among local accommodations, offering a gorgeous Italian Renaissance hideaway in the heart of Paris. Each room is decorated in the style of some of the most influential members of the Quattrocento, including Catherine de’Medici, Michelangelo, and Botticelli. Adding to the Renaissance vibe, the hotel also displays a number of Leonardo da Vinci’s works and sketches, and even features a stunning spa area inspired by the colors of the Mona Lisa.

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Hôtel Daniel

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: 4 stars

Price: From $345/night

Location: 8 rue Frédéric Bastiat, 8th arr., 75008 Paris, France

Métro: Saint-Phillipe-du-Roule (Line 9)

Why We Love It: This elegant boutique hotel features 26 rooms decorated in an elegant 18th-century French style. Guests will enjoy an abundance of amenities, including air-conditioned rooms, free wifi, luggage storage, and 24-hour reception. The hotel also offers a several dining options, including continental breakfast, tea, and, a lovely brunch spread on Saturdays and Sundays at Restaurant Le Daniel.

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Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: Palace/5 stars

Price: From $955/night

Location: 5 rue de la Paix, 2nd arr., 75002 Paris, France

Métro: Opéra (Lines 3, 7, 8)

Why We Love It: The Park Hyatt is the epitome of elegant romance. Take a moonlit bike ride through the city on one of the hotel’s complementary bicycles or enjoy a lovely picnic lunch prepared by the hotel’s renowned chef Jean-François Rouquette. The Park Hyatt offers a number of other dining options, as well, including the exclusive The Chef’s Table experience where you’ll enjoy a meal with Jean-François Rouquette himself.

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Hôtel Le Meurice

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: Palace/5 stars

Price: From $1,024/night

Location: 228, Rue De Rivoli, 1st arr., 75001 Paris, France

Métro: Tuileries (Line 1), Concorde (Lines 1, 8, 12)

Why We Love It: The first hotel to be granted “palace” status, Le Meurice set the standard for luxurious accommodations in Paris. The hotel offers several spectacular suites guaranteed  to make your honeymoon a trip to remember! Enjoy a romantic meal at the hotel’s 2-star Michelin restaurant run by French chef extraordinaire Alain Ducasse, a couples spa treatment at the Spa Valmont, or request the Belle Étoile Royal Suite, Le Meurice’s enormous penthouse suite featuring a 2,690 square foot  terrace for some of the best views of Paris!

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Shangri-La Hotel

Class: Palace/5 stars

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Price: From $1,150/night

Location: 10 Avenue D’Iéna, 16th arr., 75016 Paris, France

Métro: Iéna (Line 9)

Why We Love It: This former Bonaparte palace provides the most exquisite services, perfect for creating a honeymoon to remember. The combination French and Asian influences give the hotel a unique flavor. Each room comes equipped with its own living room and features a marble bathroom with heated floors and waterfall showers. When hunger strikes, you can enjoy the hotel’s several world-class dining options: French and Asian cuisine at the renowned La Bauhinia, the 2 Michelin-star French masterpiece L’Abeille, and the 1 Michelin-star Cantonese paradise Le Shang Palace.

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Hôtel Le Plaza Athénée

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: Palace/5 stars

Price: From $1,262/night

Location: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arr., 75008 Paris, France

Métro: Alma Marceau (Line 9)

Why We Love It: Situated on the chic Avenue Montaigne, this luxurious hotel offers an abundance of personalized options that will satisfy your every desire! For your room, choose between classic French decor on the first six floors and an Art Deco style on the top two. With its close proximity to the Eiffel Tower, you’ll enjoy a spectacular view from the comfort of your balcony. The Dior Beauty Institute offers you a number of selective spa treatments, and you’ll have access to Turkish baths, saunas, and an exclusive fitness center with trainer Marc Carpentier. The hotel offers 5 exquisite dining experiences, including Le Cour Jardin which transforms into an ice rink during the winter months.

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Four Seasons George V

Best Honeymoon Hotels in Paris

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Class: Palace/5 stars

Price: From $1,310/night

Location: 31, Avenue George V, 8th arr., 75008 Paris, France

Métro: George V (Line 1)

Why We Love It: Located just along the Champs-Elysées, the Four Seasons George V is truly one of the best honeymoon hotels in Paris! Many rooms feature a private terrace offering breathtaking views of the city, perfect for a romantic night in with your love. Pamper yourself at the hotel’s magnificent spa equipped with saunas and a number of facial treatments or request an in-room couples massage for a more intimate experience. When hunger strikes, the Four Seasons George V offers several dining options, including the 3-Michelin-starred Le Cinq, La Galerie, Le George, and Le Bar.

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Hotels Near Gare Du Nord

Hotels Near Gare Du Nord

Paris Nord  is one of the six large terminus stations in Paris, France. Hotels Near Gare Du Nord can be very convenient as it is located near the railway station which has connections for Paris Métro, RER and buses, It is quoted as one of the busiest railway station in Europe, the 24th busiest in the world and the busiest outside Japan.

1. Villa Opera Drouot

Very classy and authentic, 0.7 miles from Gare du Nord,  located in a quiet street near the lively Grands Boulevards and located in Opéra district. Villa Opera Drouot offers you staying in a traditional Haussmann building – this hotel is luxurious and elegant in every sense. Lovely decor, elegant in style, the Baroque decor with velvet curtains will never fail to charm you, talking you straight to the Belle Epoque atmosphere. This hotel is right in the heart of Paris The rooms of Villa Opera Drouot feature modern amenities and carefully furnished interiors.
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2. Grand Pigalle Hotel

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Rich, cultivated, comfortable, and casual atmosphere, that’s what Grand Pigalle is going to be for you. 550 meters from Moulin Rouge and 800 meters from Montmarte.

Opening onto the villas of the avenue Frochot, the private estate where Toulouse-Lautrec once lived, the 37 rooms of the Grand Pigalle Hotel choose liveliness over nostalgia.

Among the Hotels Near Gare Du Nord, it very cosmopolitan par excellence, quintessentially very Parisian. The ground floor, a space for reception and the wine bar, is very vibrant, full of energy and liveliness, very hedonistic in its essence. Its is said that here the the spirit of “Bed & Beverage” reigns. Pigalle Le Grand Hotel is located 100 meters from the Pigalle Metro station and 800 meters from the Sacré-Coeur basilica. One of the best Hotels Near Gare Du Nord.

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3. Hotel Carlton’s

If you would like to see the exceptional sights of the Sacré Cœur, the Eiffel Tower and the rooftops of Paris, you know where to stay. Hotel Carlton’s it would be. You can see all the amazing sights, with a bird’s eye view on a panoramic terrace. Within a walking distance from Sacré Cœur and very close to the Moulin Rouge. Once a focal point of Parisian life, Boulevard Rochechouart is at food of Montmarte, very close the 19th-century of Paris. Remnants of past can be still seen: the ” Place du Tertre” and its famous painters, the Sacré Cœur, the Moulin Rouge and countless cabarets and restaurants which offer a plethora of an invitingnight life. It is 0.7 miles from Gare du Nord.

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4. IBIS Paris Gare du Nord TGV

Located in central Paris, places right opposite Paris Gare du Nord railway station, this budget hotel is 3.1 km from Sacré-Cœur church and 3.5 km from the Louvre museum.  In the 10th Arrondissement neighborhood, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre (1.5 km), Galeries Lafayette (2 km), Moulin Rouge (2 km), Parc des Buttes-Chaumont (2 km), Paris Opera (2.2 km). 0.1 miles from Gare du Nord.  Within the walking distances of all the interesting monumental places, this casual budget hotel features modern rooms and contemporary furniture and wifi, opened 24 hours. There are two IBIS –

  1. One is IBIS Style- more style, more chic, and modern but with a little pricey.
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  2. Second one is IBIS Basic- basic, comfortable, and at affordable price.
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5. Serotel Suites

Serotel suites are perfect for business travelers and likes. They have hardly any single rooms, the suites are more like individual apartments. The living rooms are massive and can be perfectly used for meetings for business purposes, or non-business purposes as well – especially if you’re a family, or traveling in groups.

Modern décor and contemporary in style, Serotel suites offers well-equipped suites, catering to your personal needs.

Very much in the centre of Paris, at the intersection of the 9th and 10th arrondissements.  Stylish, modish, chic and very trendy – close to hubspots, Serotel Suites is the ideal hotel for making the most out of Paris’ monumental spots.

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6. Hotel Albert 1 er

Business, sightseeing, shopping, dining or entertainment – be it anything, Hotel Albert makes sure your stay in the French capital is convenient. Features a very central location that will meet your needs and desires.

Feature single, double classic, triple rooms, set in a typically Parisian neighbourhood that boasts a combination of cafes, restaurants and shops, and is just a short stroll from many beautiful and fascinating city attractions, including the Opera Garnier, the Pigalle district, the Grands Magasins department stores, and the Canal Saint-Martin.

This hotel is very close to the lively Canal Saint-Martin.

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7. Hotel New Gard Du Nord

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Set in a Haussmannian building in central Paris, this fully air-conditioned hotel is located opposite Gare du Nord Train Station. It offers guest rooms with free Wi-Fi access, 24-hour reception, air-conditioned rooms, flat- screen TV.

Satellite TV and a telephone are standard in each soundproofed guest room.

They have a arched stone cellar at New Hôtel Gare Du Nord, where the breakfast is served.

Gare de l’Est Metro Station is 600 m from the New Hôtel, providing direct access to the Louvre Museum and the Latin Quarter. The lively Montmartre district is a 15-minute walk away.

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Food Tours in Paris

Paris Tours For Food take you on a leisurely stroll through the picturesque, winding streets in the different districts of Paris. On the tour you can visit admired specialty food shops and follow your guide down Medieval streets, passing ancient churches, wide-ranging boutiques and remarkable examples of European architecture. With sumptuous chocolate profiteroles down one cobbled street and hand-made cheeses down another, Paris presents a particularly toothsome landscape.

French Gourmet Palate Walk

By booking on our award-winning Paris Tours For Food, you will have the opportunity to experience our incomparable culture and French cuisine and wine, finding out why eating and drinking are not just a pastime but a “way of life” here in France.

Montmarte is an area with flourishing restaurant scene, with historical significance and delightful ambiance. In the past, windmills, thriving agriculture area and art studios were prominent features of the Montmarte landscape. Now the area is flowing with first-class wine bars, fine-dining restaurants and rare shops, all adding to its appeal. Have a walking tour and enjoy the meal at  one of the best and most unique food destinations in the world.

Cheese And Wine Tours

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Professional cheese tasting in the heart of Paris. Near the Eiffel Tower, close to the Seine River. For you. Join carefully chosen for you here.

Join these professional cheese and wine tasting with our cheese affineurs will give you an explanation of the many types of cheeses that you will taste with regards to aging time of each cheese.

With more than 365 cheeses and 450 variety of  wines available in France, you can taste a new cheese and a new wine for every day of the year. You will under stand why we, Parisians, love cheese and wine. We love above all to share it so join us and discover a part of French history, with us as your ambassador.

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Chocolate Tours

food tours in paris6th arrondissement (district) of Paris is straight into the heart of the City of Light where the most authentic Parisian fromageries (cheese shops), boulangeries (bakery shops) and historic landmarks await. Your guide, a chocolate connoisseur, will take you to some of the great chocolatiers (chocolate shops) and you will learn about the cacao and chocolate making guaranteed to make taste-buds go dancing. Book here.

When in Paris, do as Parisians do. Learning French culinary habits, history of origins of food, how to choose the best chocolates and pastries and an introduction to delectable specialties in the quaint shops – then, has got you. Go for it, you will love it. Get  introduced to the fine art of chocolate making and pastry baking here.

Food Market Walking Tour

At Marché d’Aligre Walking Food Tour, you will feel like a local as you chat to shopkeepers, taste local cheese, cured meats and chocolate, and learn about the wine and some well-kept secrets of French cuisine.

Cooking Tour 

Feel like putting your own culinary skills to the test? Sign up for one of the finest cooking classes Paris has to offer.

Taste and pick the grape varieties you want in your wine, then blend, try, taste again, improve and ultimately create your very own wine by taking Wine-making Workshop in Paris.

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Pourquoi devriez-vous aller au Musée Grévin?

Fondée en 1882 et nommé d’après le caricaturiste Alfred Grévin, Musée Grévin est un des plus anciens musées de cire en Europe. Aujourd’hui, le musée Grévin a plus de 450 personnages de cire sur l’affichage avec de nouvelles personnalités ajoutés chaque année.

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Musée Grévin est l’endroit idéal pour aller si vous êtes à la recherche d’une pause entre les activités touristiques culturelles les plus graves à Paris. La visite du musée commence par un hall d’enroulement des Glaces, puis débouche dans un spectacle son et lumière. Après, faire de votre été grâce Musée Grévin pour voir le large éventail de figures de cire avec le parfait mélange de chiffres et de chiffres, des stars internationales modernes historiques français. Certaines personnalités célèbres situés voici Léonard de Vinci, Jeanne d’Arc, Jean de la Fontaine, Auguste Rodin, Michael Jackson, Brad Pitt, Ray Charles, et le Petit Prince. Sentez-vous libre d’interagir avec le musée Grévin et de poser avec chaque figure. Ce musée est également adapté aux enfants et propose des story-circuits et des visites guidées par un acteur dans un costume sur l’histoire, des célébrités, et les secrets de Musée Grévin.

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Comment visiter le Musée Grévin:

Musée Grévin est situé au 10 boulevard Montmartre, Paris, France 75009 près de stations de métro Bourse et des Grands Boulevards, et des bus 20, 39, 48, 67, 74, et 85.


Du lundi au vendredi: 10am-6:30pmgrevin museum

Samedi et dimanche: 10am-7 pm

(Dernière admission aux musées est de 1 heure avant la fermeture)

Fermeture annuelle du 30 Septembre au 4 Octobre


Adultes: € 23,50

Enfants (6-14 ans): € 16,50

Enfants de moins de 6 ans: gratuit

Les billets peuvent être achetés à l’avance afin que vous ne devez pas attendre en ligne pour acheter des billets.

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ParisByM can help you plan your trip and save on your hotel in Paris: we can book your tickets for the monument visits, spare you time waiting in line, help you find a hotel in your budget, and provide you a full itinerary of what to do in Paris for the length of your stay.

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