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  • Mix club

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

    0 by Tarcio, in Erasmus party Paris, 5 days 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 by Amadea, in What to see Paris, 2 months 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 by Amadea, in What to see Paris, 2 months 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. ...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Paris, 2 months ago
  • Musée Rodin (Rodin Museum)

    His hands on her skin, as pale as if she does not exist. Fingers slightly bent, holding her gently around the waist. Love expressed without grand gestures but with the simplicity of a basic touch between two human beings.  That is the imagery that occupies tourists in...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Paris, 2 months ago
  • Mix Club

    A stone's throw away from Montparnasse train station, Mix is a decent club, but nothing more, especially as the evenings are often quite expensive (15-20€). In my opinion, the place is only worth it for the Erasmus nights , every Thursday, free for foreign...

    0 by Nathalie, in Erasmus party Paris, 4 months ago
  • Musee d'Archeologie Nationale et Domaine

    In these few paragraphs I would like to write about my visit to Musee d’archeologie nationale  et domaine. The museum was dedicated to the origin and history of the gallic tribes which are believed to be the ancestors of the french people. In the entrance, a ......

    0 by Su, in What to see Paris, 5 months ago
  • Le Bon Marché

    Find yourself middle of 7th arrondisement If you're hanging in 7th arrondisment of Paris, I want to recommend you a place where you can do shopping till the Noel. The outdoor decoration is also very charming. So many people are recording little videos and share them via...

    0 by Su, in What to do Paris, 5 months ago
  • Musée D'Orsay

    When I was being interviewed for the Erasmus + program, the first question I was asked was: "Why do you wanna go to Paris? ". At that exact moment, a non-ending list of things popped into my head, leaving me nowhere to begin. "Because Paris is world-famous", "Because...

    0 by Gillian, in What to see Paris, 5 months ago
  • Louvre

    Such a wonderful museum, one of the world's most famous. I personally loved the Italian paintings and the hudge egiptian exposition.  If you are in Paris for a long period, such as me, consider to visit this museum many times, so you can really appreciate all the...

    0 by Emilia, in What to see Paris, 5 months ago
  • The Louvre Museum

    Hello! I'm going to tell you all about my visit to one of the most visited museums in the world: The Louvre, an incredible opportunity to soak up art and history, but before that, I have some advice to give. Get to the museum early if you want to see lots of things,...

    0 by Beth, in What to do Paris, 5 months ago
  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    All of the history behind the Cathedral of Notre Dame, but I want to try and convey to you what it was like for me to see and to discover the interior of the most famous Cathedral in the world, far above many others. The exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral is very...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Paris, 5 months ago
  • The Sacré-Cœur

    The Sacré-Cœur is located at the highest point in Paris, Monmartre, a Bohemian district known as "The Painter's Neighbourhood". Looking at it from the bottom of the hill it is beautiful and impressive. Its large steps, perfectly maintained gardens, and the small...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Paris, 7 months ago
  • The Basilica of the Sacred Heart

    One of the most visited spots in Paris, after the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and co., is la Basilique du Sacre Coeur de Montmartre. It is located in the 18th arrondissement on Montmartre's hill, which is the highest place in Paris (without counting the Eiffel...

    0 by Mollie, in What to see Paris, 7 months ago
  • Basillica del Sacré-Cœur

    Image source The Basillica del Sacré-Cœur is a Roman-Catholic Parisian Church and a tourist hub that is located on the crown of the Montmartre Hill, the highest point in Paris. Image source The 19th century church was designed by the architect Paul Abadie (who died...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Paris, 7 months ago
  • france

    First destination: Faten ANSI-3 days Day 1 The Saudi Arabian Airways flight took us from Riyadh airport to Paris airport on July 20 after midnight and the most beautiful evening trips that enable you to reach your station at the beginning of the new day To begin your...

    0 by Sala, in What to see Paris, 9 months ago
  • Eiffel Tower

    During a trip to Paris, you cannot miss off a visit to the Eiffel Tower ["Tour Eiffel", in French] from your itinerary. This tower is known by anyone and everyone; I think that there are very few people in the world who don't know what it is. In fact, the tower is one...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, 9 months ago
  • Place de la Concorde

    The Place de la Concorde is located right in the centre of Paris, between the Tuileries Garden and the Champs-Élysées. It is the second-largest square in the whole of France. The most significant thing about this square is the obelisk found in the very centre of it,...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, 9 months ago
  • Place Vendôme

    This Parisian square is located in the 1st arrondissement of the city, close to the Paris Opera and La Madeleine Church. Everything here is luxurious: the buildings, the shops, the hotels, and the restaurants. In fact, the famous Ritz Hotel can be found in this area, as...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, 9 months ago
  • Place des Vosges

    The Place des Vosges is located in the Marais district of Paris and straddles the dividing line between the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, just a short distance away from the Place de la Bastille. This is the oldest square in Paris, but not at all the most...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, 9 months ago

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