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  • 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, 10 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, 11 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, 11 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, one year 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, one year 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, one year 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, one year 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, one year 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, one year ago
  • Jardins des Tuileries

    The Tuileries Garden is located in Paris (France). It is just in front of the Royal Palace, the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde. It is one of the oldest and largest gardens in Paris and is a public site. Personally, I love it and it is easily one of my favourite...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • L'Arc de Triomphe

    The Arc de Triomphe [in French, l’Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile] is another of the famous symbols of Paris, and is located in the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle, at one end of the Champs-Élysées. This was the first triumphal arch that I ever saw, and I have...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • La Grande Arche de la Défense

    The Grande Arche de la Défense, also known as La Grande Arche de la Fraternité, is located in Paris’ financial district, La Défense. This area is one of the most important business districts in the whole of Europe. In contrast with the rest of the city, this is an...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • Palace of Versailles

    The Palace of Versailles (le Château de Versailles) is another one of these incredible tourist visits to do if you go to Paris. I know that it is further out from the very centre of the city and I know that you have to dedicate your morning to it, but it is honestly...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • Notre-Dame de Paris

    This famous cathedral is located in Paris (France), on the Île de la Cité in the fourth arrondissement. Construction work on the cathedral began in the twelfth century and was completed almost two centuries later. It's of a Gothic architectural style and is dedicated...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • Parc des Buttes Chaumont

    Parc des Buttes Chaumont is the public park with the widest variety of inhabitant species in Paris, and is the fifth-largest in the city (after the Bois de Vincennes, Bois de Boulogne, Parc de la Villete and the Tuileries Garden, situated close to the Louvre). The park...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • Moulin Rouge

    The Moulin Rouge is one of the most important symbols of Montmartre after the Sacré-Cœur. This place is famous for being one of the most important cabarets in the world, but it is actually not as famous now as it used to be towards the end of the nineteenth century...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • Disneyland Paris

    Disneyland Paris is located to the east of Paris (France) in Marne-la-Vallée, a new town situated just some 30 kilometres from the capital. The park is one of the most important tourist destinations in the whole of Europe and is quite famous to say the least. The...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do Paris, one year ago
  • Cimetière du Père-Lachaise

    Why should I go to Père Lachaise Cemetery? Or better still, why shouldn't I go there? How deranged of an idea can it be to visit a cemetery as a tourist attraction? Well, if you are someone who is not scared easily, don't hesitate in visiting the famous Père Lachaise...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Paris, one year ago
  • POLYGLOT CLUB

    The best way to practice any language free.  Polyglot club organizes language exchange events everywhere in the world.  when you enter the bar I host will give you a tag with your first name the languages you're able to speak, languages you are learning and your...

    0 by Vincent, in Erasmus party Paris, one year ago
  • Louis Vutton Foundation

    We went to the Louis Vutton Foundation in June 2017, when they were in the middle of an African art exhibition. This was particularly interesting as there was lots of shows and pieces from the apartheid and various dictatorships, as well as lots of woven pieces, masks...

    0 by Itxaso, in What to see Paris, one year ago

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