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One week in Paris: What to see 9/30/14

One week in Paris: What to see

 If you’re traveling to Paris, the ‘tourist’ city most visited in Europe, and want to see the most important places, at least, you’ll need 3-4 days or one week of your trip.

Visit the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame, go to a cabaret show at the legendary Moulin Rouge, or walking through some of the most picturesque areas of the city, are some of the experiences that everyone should have the chance to enjoy

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Tip for travelers: It’s advisable to buy the Paris Museum Pass, allowing free access without waiting in queues to over 60 attractions and museums in Paris.

It also includes unlimited use of public transport and other benefits.

 

And now, suggestions from travelers to visit the most important places you ‘should not miss’ in a tourist trip to the French capital.                                           

                                 

Arc de Triomphe

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Champs Elysees

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Eiffel Tower   

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Place de la Concorde                                                   

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Centre Pompidou                                                             

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+INFO: www.centrepompidou.fr                                                    

                                                             

Gardens & Palace of Versailles

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Louvre Museum

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Pantheon

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Saint Eustache Church

PHOTO www.aparisconelena.wordpress.com                                                   

                                                           

Notre Dame Cathedral

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+INFO: www.notredamedeparis.fr

                                                                      

Moulin Rouge

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And many more sites that you can to see in your ‘Parisian week’: 

  • Royal Palace
  • La Conciergerie
  • Pont Neuf
  • Arc de La Défense
  • Sainte Chapelle, Chapelle de la Sorbonee, Chapelle Expiatoria, 
  • Basilica del Sacre-Coeur
  • Latin Quarter, Montmatre Quarter, Pigalle Quarter, Saint Germain Quarter, Marais Quarter
  • St Étienne Du Mont Church, La Madeleine Church, Saint Suplice Church
  • Parc Du Champ du Mart, Gardens of Luxemburgo
  • Bateau Mouche
  • Garnier Opera
  • Vero Dodat Galery, Ivienne Galery, Lafayette Galeries
  • Boulevard Haussman
  • Montparnasse
  • Pére Lachaise Cementery
  • Place Des Voges, Place La Bastille 

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