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  • Pub Crawl Paris

    This is a must when visiting Paris! What a fun experience! There were about 30-40 people in our group and our host Maria took care of everyone and always made sure no one was left behind when moving from one pub to another. We visited 2 pubs and 2 nightclubs. I loved...

    0 , in Erasmus party Paris, one year ago
  • Crispy Soul

    Crispy Soul is a streetfood restaurant. On the menu, delicious home made waffle or bun burgers with fried chicken and french fries.It's a nice place to chill and to eat some amazing food in a 90s atmosphere.The staff is very welcoming and close to the customers.So if...

    0 , in Where to eat Paris, 2 years ago
  • Pére Lachaise Cemetery

    Père-Lachaise cemetery is the biggest in Paris and is located in the East of the city. Perhaps it seems strange to you that I am writing about a cemetery but in reality, a lot of people use it as a park. The cemetery is open to the public and inside there are a lot of...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 2 years ago
  • Grande Mosquee

    Those who think they have seen everything there is to see in Paris - a notion that I find to be totally impossible, after six months there - should go to the Mosque. It's located directly beside Jardin des Plantes, therefore not too far from the Seine. After going...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 3 years ago
  • Wild & The Moon - Saint-Honorée

    For my first recommendation, I had to write about this Parisian cafe where I spent most of my time this year: Wild & The Moon. This organic and gluten free restaurant chain is getting bigger and bigger in Paris with currently 7 restaurants open. According to the...

    0 , in Where to eat Paris, 3 years ago
  • The Chess Bar and the Sacré Coeur

    The Lappe street is the pub street of Paris. All in the end, in front of the tobacco shop, there is this discreet sign which is actually an original rum factory. It is as peculiar as it looks on the photos: tropical greenery everywhere (we had to bend down to go from...

    0 , in What to do Paris, 4 years ago
  • The Eiffel Tower

    Obviously, one of the unmissable and obligatory places to visit in Paris is the Eiffel Tower, which is, of course, the main symbol of the French capital. Having visited this city several times, I had never climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower - that was not until my...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    HISTORY OF THE NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL: The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is found in the place of the first Christian church of Paris, the Saint Etienne basilica, which was, in its time, constructed over the site of a Roman temple for Jupiter. The first version of Notre...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Louvre

    Louvre Museum, the core of the european art world ( part 3 ) The French and Italian masters  This is the 3rd part of my storytelling about Museum Louvre. As I already told you before in the previous articles, this museum is the largest of this kind in the world, so...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Louvre

    Louvre Museum, the core of the European art world ( part II )  Welcome to the Louvre, a small history of the museum  We got the free map that is available for every visitor and besides the organization of the building, the paper also offered us some historical...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Louvre

    Louvre Museum, the core of the european art ( part 1 )  Preparing myself for visiting Louvre  I have learned history of art since high school and because of that I was reading and studying about many significant artworks belonging to different times, regions and...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Atelier Brâncuși

    Atelier Brâncuși  I am in Paris in front of the Center Pompidou which hosts the Museum of Modern Art, one of the largest in Europe of this kind.  I start photographing the building and walk to the left and to the right of it. The construction is impressive and I...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Musée D'Orsay

    For my creative development and growth I need to see, experience and know as many creations as I can. My Erasmus mobility in Saarbrucken offered me the opportunity to reach other artistic and cultural cities easily I can say. One of those big important cities when it...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • The Eiffel Tower

    You can get a discount on tickets if you are a student, just show them your valid student card at the cashier. Till the second floor you can climb using the stairs (over 600 of them!) and then use the elevator to go to the top. The view from the top is breathtaking! Go...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Centre Pompidou

    The outside appearence of the building In my last day in Paris I've got to visit Centre Pompidou, a complex building that includes a place of interest for me: the largest museum for modern art in Europe, and also one of the most visited namely, Musée National d'Art...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Musée de l'Orangerie

    I am a fan of Monet's paintings from a very long time and I've always had an extreme desire to see and experience his art, especially ''The Water Liles'' or the serie known as Nymphéas in the french language. In my 3 day trip to Paris, my dream finally came true as I...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Mix club

    It is a good place to stay on Thursday night. The entrance is free for ladies and foreigners. It is the best disco that I've been during 06 months of stay in there. the sound and lighting are amazing. Source

    0 , in Erasmus party Paris, 4 years ago
  • Dalí Paris

    Tickets and timetable Unlike many other French museums, this one is not free for youth under the age of 26; you will probably have to pay from 9 to 12 EUR. The museum offers free entry to some exceptions, such as children under the age of 8, journalists, conference...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 4 years ago
  • Panthéon

    If there is one place in Paris that brings together the most important events and discoveries of the French nation, it is Panthéon. It is a memorial monument where the most important people of French history are buried: from the artistic giants from the past, like...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 5 years ago
  • Jardin Du Luxembourg

    Paris is home to many beautiful museums and palaces, art collections and magnificent monuments to the triumphs of a human spirit. But sometimes you just wish to find a beautiful green garden in which you could eat your lunch, observe nature and get tanned a little. It...

    0 , in What to see Paris, 5 years ago

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