4 mentions in France in November- what to do and where to go?
Valerie S. said, "...buildings on the grounds. Be sure to enjoy a crepe while you wait in line to climb to the top of Notre Dame Cathedral --there are some right across the street from the main entrance. And research if the Louvre Museum has any..." See More
JJ D. said, "...on for your time frame), Musee de l'Orangerie (great if you're a Monet lover). Landmark/Attactions: Jardin du Luxembourg, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Notre Dame Cathedral (avoid going on weekends!), Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, The Panthéon, Grand Palais, Les Invalides, Place Vendôme (and browse..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...to see Louis XIV's fabulous palace and grounds, Arc de Triomphe which has a spectacular view over Paris, the Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral which has an even better view of Paris and Sainte-Chapelle. You can buy in 2, 4 or 6 day..." See More
Damian M. said, "...to go elsewhere. I recommend this route: - Day 1: Hill of Montmartre, Sacre Coeur and Moulin Rouge. - Day 2: Notre Dame Cathedral, Latin Quarter, Jardin du Luxembourg. - Day 3: Les Invalides, Champ de Mars, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe...." See More
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Paul W. said, "...banks of the river La Seine (lunch at Cafe Voltaire ) and the two islands - Ille de La Citè with Notre Dame Cathedral and Ile Saint-Louis - great sculpture garden muse in Plein Air and the Jardin des Plantes (have a mint..." See More
Paul W. said, "...TO SEE: Eiffel Tower Visiting children insist on it. The view is actually as good from the Arc de Triomphe or Notre Dame Cathedral, but the sheer scale of the 325-metre iron structure is well worth seeing up close. Don’t spend hours..." See More
Beena S. said, "...Museum Pass should help you comfortably cover most places at a reduced rate, with no lines to buy tickets to the Notre Dame Cathedral or climb up the Arc de Triomphe . Or you could squeeze the visits in 2 days (which we..." See More
Terry L. said, "...your days - and do stay somewhere near the Île de la Cité , because that will position you nearest to Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre , Place de la Concorde , the La Seine and the Eiffel Tower . Your planning..." See More
Anna K. said, "...picnic food - a baguette and a bottle of champagne - and fight the Parisians for a spot on the grass. Notre Dame Cathedral (4e) at night is a magnificent sight along the Seine.Rue Mouffetard(5e) has a lot of farmer's market-esque stands that..." See More
William T. said, "...Hi Josie, in my personal opinion you should take a look to these great places: The Eiffel Tower Le Louvre Notre Dame Cathedral Canal Saint-Martin / Quai de Jemmapes Parc des Buttes Chaumont (go have a drink to Rosa Bonheur at the end..." See More
Monica B. said, "...best view of Paris from all angels. Basilique du Sacre-Coeur is a wonderful basilica. Shakespeare and Company bookstore is close the Notre Dame Cathedral The bookstore is an attraction in itself. I you are running out of time, it´s better to visit the..." See More
3 mentions in Is the Paris Museum Pass worth it?
Kristi D. said, "...than that. I've taken a couple of newbies to Paris and this is what we did with the pass Day 1 Notre Dame Cathedral, got in line early to go up the towers for what I think is the best view in..." See More
Lynn F. said, "...lunch, visit the Musée d'Orsay in the afternoon (pass almost paid for now); you can go up on the towers of Notre Dame Cathedral, up on top of the Arc de Triomphe, see the Musee Rodin and a number of other museums,..." See More
Isabella D. said, "...It's definitely worth it. You can try to do a smaller museum such as L'Orangerie and Notre Dame Cathedral on the same day, or have an early start at Musée d'Orsay and then do L'Orangerie late at night. Sometimes it gets you to..." See More
2 mentions in Best things for teenagers to do and see in Paris?
John S. said, "...they want, and they will sleep well that night. Other opportunities for exercise would be walking up to the towers of Notre Dame Cathedral and walking up to the top of the Arc de Triomphe. Less strenuous good views are available at the..." See More
Hoyt M. said, "...around Paris is half the fun, and some great destinations include Montmartre, the "little" Statue of Liberty, the Roman ruins below Notre Dame Cathedral and the Musee Rodin (which includes a fantastic garden you can walk). They might also like restaurant Derrière...." See More
2 mentions in Culture junkies in Paris
Chase J. said, "...George Pompidou is one of the best modern museums in the world, bar MOMA NYC. La Défense is modern in Paris. Notre Dame Cathedral is not to be missed. Basilique du Sacre-Coeur is a must. Sainte-Chapelle is not boring, it's stunning. Go to..." See More
Brew J. said, "...but grab some food, and a bottle of wine and picnic in the park. Of course, you have to go to Notre Dame Cathedral. Make sure to walk over to the Ile-St. Louis which is connected to the island where Notre Dame..." See More
2 mentions in Major attractions worth seeing?
Courtney R. said, "...aisles here, keep in mind that there's a whole other place of worship beneath you where commoners and servants were relegated. Notre Dame Cathedral- While it may be an iconic place of worship, Notre Dame was actually once used as a wine..." See More
Erin B. said, "...Tourist traps that you can't miss: Going to the top of Notre Dame Cathedral is worth the crowds. Magnificent views of the city and you get to see the gargoyles and architecture up close. Musée du Louvre can take an entire day, or..." See More
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Steve D. said, "...inviting Parisian gardens waiting for a picnic. My other favorite neighborhood is Le Marais. The right bank district, not far from Notre Dame Cathedral and The Louvre serves up a moveable feast of fashion boutiques, quiet cafés, art galleries, narrow streets, leafy squares..." See More
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Michael M. said, "...you to Sainte-Chapelle,a 13th-century gothic chapel that features fifteen 15-meter high stained-glass windows. A five-minute walk from Sainte-Chapelle brings you to Notre Dame Cathedral. Just across a bridge on your right as you face the front of the cathedral, you'll see Shakespeare..." See More
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