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Paris Attractions

4.0 stars
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Eiffel Tower 4.0 stars
Tower - #1 of 140
I've heard a lot of complaints about huge lines for going up the Tower, and I know that it's true: I live right by the tower, and the crowds are atrocious most of the time. Most tourists resign themselves to the fact that at a lot of attractions ... [more ]
Louvre 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #2 of 140
You can’t miss the iconic glass pyramids above the Louvre and the beautiful old buildings surrounding it make a real impression. The Louvre is one of the most famous landmarks of Paris and houses the Mona Lisa, but I have to say I found it rather ... [more ]
Notre Dame de Paris 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #3 of 140
It is here, in the heart of Paris that Maurice de Sully, bishop of Paris in the 12th century, began the construction of the cathedral "Notre Dame de Paris" (Our Lady of Paris). It is built on the site of St. Stephen's Cathedral and the main part ... [more ]
Canal Saint-Martin 5.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #4 of 140
After travelling all this time in the narrow confines of a canal, the river Seine seemed huge. Upon entering, we could see Notre Dame in the distance. We passed on the right side of Ile Saint-Louis, and then went past the Ile-de-la-Cité. The boat ... [more ]
Centre Georges Pompidou 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #5 of 140
This is an unique center of every level. Albeit the building is a fair eye-sore from the outside, the avant-guard structure is worth a visit. However, everything there is to see, is on the outside! Therefore, it can make for a very inexpensive ... [more ]
Basilique du Sacre Coeur de Montmartre 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #6 of 140
The walk up the the Sacre Couer is probably harder than the walk up the Eiffel Tower, but definitely well worth it. It’s an amazing dome and entry is free to check out the inside. The place is always bustling with tourists and there is a great ... [more ]
Arc de Triomphe 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #7 of 140
It's a trek to the top, but the view from the Arc de Triomphe is ten times better than that from its more famous cousin, the Tour Eiffel... and even better, it's free! The Arc de Triomphe is located right in the middle of the famous Champs ... [more ]
Jardin du Luxembourg 5.0 stars
Park - #8 of 140
I stopped by one of my favourite parks in Paris on a cool fall day. The Jardin de Luxembourg is located in the 6th arrondissment, in the heart of the rive gauche, just off Boulevard Saint-Michel. This is the perfect place for taking a leisurely ... [more ]
Sainte-Chapelle 5.0 stars
Religious Site - #9 of 140
Sainte Chapelle is home to some of the most beautiful stained-glass windows in the world, and along with Notre Dame are a must-see religious experience for saints and sinners alike. Originally built in 1239, Sainte Chapelle was originally a ... [more ]
Place des Vosges 4.0 stars
Square - #10 of 140
The Place des Vosges is home of fountains and beautiful residences in renascent style. The square, one of the most beautiful of the Paris (and even of the world!), was projected in 1605 in a perfect symmetry, surrounded by trees, grass and nine ... [more ]
Champs Elysees 4.0 stars
Shopping - #11 of 140
I can't really see why is all that fuss about Champs Elysees. It is a great boulevard with many lanes for cars and wide sidewalks, but it is not that special in any way - just a big wide street. If it was pedestrian I would have liked it much, ... [more ]
Disneyland Resort, Paris 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #12 of 140
It may not live up to its big sister Park in LA, but Disneyland in Paris is still a lot of fun for the kid in each of us. While not quite as big as the Park in LA, the Paris site has a few features which are unique and fairly entertaining. ... [more ]
Musee d'Orsay 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #13 of 140
The Musee D'Orsay is probably my favourite in Paris. I went there after receiving plenty of great reviews from older family members - and didn't regret it for a second. Unlike the Louvre it is alot more 'manageable'. There are heaps of different ... [more ]
Panthéon 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #14 of 140
The Pantheon of Paris is a beautiful piece of architecture with a tremendous richness inside. It marks one of the most notorious areas in the Latin Quarter – my favorite in Paris. The Pantheon’s interiors are just magnificent, with high ... [more ]
Paris Métro 4.0 stars
Train Station - #15 of 140
For me, the Paris metro is probably one of the best underground systems in the world. It could not be easier. The tickets are great value, either weekly, daily or monthly, and the only drawback is that it closes at midnight. This wouldn't be a ... [more ]
Père Lachaise Cemetery 5.0 stars
Cemetery - #16 of 140
It takes a certain kind of person to visit a cemetery, however the Pere Lachaise Cemetery is a monument of Paris in and of itself. I found it a bit surreal to visit as one of the first things I saw my first time in Paris, however I am a huge ... [more ]
Les Catacombes de Paris 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #17 of 140
The Catacombs of Paris are an impressive network of tunnels filled with an incredible amount of bones. Many of these are arranged in artistic patterns, while many more are just piled against the walls. It is an eerie experience, although those ... [more ]
Saint-Sulpice 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #18 of 140
St Sulpice is a nice big Church in the Latin quarter of Paris, actually the second biggest in the whole town after the cathedral. It became famous as the church in the beginning of the Da Vinci code. While I didn't like the book that much I was ... [more ]
Ile de la Cite 4.0 stars
Square - #19 of 140
The Ile de la Cite is a great place to start a walking tour around Paris. Whether cruising past the Notre Dame or many of the other historic buildings, it's a great place to absorb some Parisian culture and sights. The Ile de la Cite is ... [more ]
Pont Alexandre III 4.0 stars
Bridge - #20 of 140
Apparently, this is one of the most beautiful bridges in Paris. I have to agree if beautiful is synonymous with ornate: I do love the gold sculptures that adorn it: it's beautiful from afar, but getting up close means you can see all of the ... [more ]
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