Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris, France

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

16 Rue du Repos

Paris, 75020 France

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+33 1 55 25 82 10

http://www.pere-lachaise.com/pere

  • 2 mentions in What are the 10 things I'll be kicking myself if I don't see?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...and is stunning. While we're on the subject of the bizarre, I would try to spend a couple of hours at Père Lachaise Cemetery. Pretty much every prominent Parisian is buried here and it's really fascinating. Another of my most favorite places..." See More

    • Monica B.

      Monica B. said, "...minutes with blue flashing lights. The view from the top floor is amazing at night when the whole city is lit. Père Lachaise Cemetery is a must! It´s very beautiful and peaceful. You will find the graves of Jim Morrison, Edit Piaff, Chopin..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Major attractions worth seeing?

    • Erin B.

      Erin B. said, "...that is dedicated to the works of Auguste Rodin. Includes sculptures such as "The Thinker," "Gates of Hell," and "The Kiss." Père Lachaise Cemetery- If you are a music fan, or just like cool architecture this is a great place to see...." See More

    • Pat C.

      Pat C. said, "...and LOVED it! We were in the 9e arrondissement near Montmartre. Another suggestion is go to the Montmartre Cemetery and/or the Père Lachaise Cemetery- fascinating places and many historical figures buried in them...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best route for 3 days in Paris

    • Daphne L.

      Daphne L. said, "...Étienne Marcelquarter. Search for the Passage du Grand Cerf and other inner streets like this. For your second day, a visit Père Lachaise Cemetery can be very nice especially if the weather is good. the Opéra is also a must see - from..." See More

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...Montmartre. If you're interested in it, go by the Moulin Rougeduring the daytime--the neighborhood can get dodgy at night. Wander through Père Lachaise Cemetery to see famous graves in the French style, including Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.Visit Quartier Du Marais and have..." See More

  • 1 mention in A cool and not very expensive hotel for 1 night

    • Janine S.

      Janine S. said, "...Mama Shelter in the 20th is fantastic! Its a small-ish design hotel in the 20th right near Père Lachaise Cemetery and close to the metro. The rooms are clean and nice and the hotel has a hip modern vibe with a cool bar..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best way to get from the airport to Hotel Marais?

    • Renate F.

      Renate F. said, "...for example, are in walking distance. In the 20th arrondissement, a quick mètro ride from the Marais will take you to Père Lachaise Cemetery which is one of the most interesting cemeteries in the world and one of my favorite places in Paris...." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees in Paris and Nice??

    • Kemkem C.

      Kemkem C. said, "...with the wonderful and free view from the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur. It is stunning. If you like the macabre, visit the Père Lachaise Cemetery to see where the famous people like Marcel Marceau, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde and my beloved Modigliani are buried...." See More

  • 1 mention in France in November- what to do and where to go?

    • Pat C.

      Pat C. said, "...old railroad station which is as great as the art to see! Pretty cool architecture in Cimetière de Montmartre and the Père Lachaise Cemetery also. Our favorite was a bike tour of Paris - easy riding, about 3-4 hours and you see a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Need recommendation on hotels in Paris

    • Crystal L.

      Crystal L. said, "...accessible to the attractions via public transit, but isn't so touristy in itself I would recommend staying in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area, Père Lachaise area, or Ménilmontant area. The Latin Quarter is more touristy since it is close to Notre Dame, but less..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must-see places that are not too crowded?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...a very interesting place and I can almost guarantee you it won't be crowded. With the exception of Jim Morrison's grave, Père Lachaise Cemetery usually isn't very crowded and it's fascinating. Before you go, make sure you read up on all the different..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the things to do in Paris on a rainy day ?

    • Lynn F.

      Lynn F. said, "...Take the "Sewers of Paris" tour; take a cooking class; grab an umbrella & walk around the Père Lachaise Cemetery (great ambience on a rainy day); sip a glass of wine (or two) in a cafe; find some smaller museums to explore; the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Walks around Paris?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...you can usually be served right away. If you still have energy left (and you probably won't), you're very close to Père Lachaise Cemetery which is fascinating if a little depressing. If you walk up to the Métro République [3,5,8,9,11] train station it..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in Paris?

    • Orni V.

      Orni V. said, "...an area of 28 hectares to be explored. Third: have a picnic on the Canal Saint Martin during the sunset. Fourth: Père Lachaise Cemetery ...my favourite place. I suggest you to obtain a map before the entrance...it's really huge! And Saint-Ouen flea market,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Quick trip to Paris

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...the planet. Opera Garnier - it's a little over the top, but it's just so much fun that it's worth seeing. Père Lachaise Cemetery- I love this place and always go when I'm in town. Read up on all the superstitions about..." See More

  • 1 mention in I'm taking my 10 year old daughter to Paris, what are good kid activities?

    • Constanze N.

      Constanze N. said, "...de Paris if that is not too scary and definitely take a Bateau Mouche at night. I also like the cemetery Père Lachaise Cemetery (many famous people lie there), maybe Porte de Clignancourt flee market. Buy the Madeline books to get some more..." See More

  • 1 mention in Paris walk and must do's

    • Cecile P.

      Cecile P. said, "...otherwise just have a walk around the city, there are plenty of small streets and lovely cafés. Many people like the Père Lachaise Cemetery just enjoy yourself and dont forget to have some delicious pastries at the boulangerie!..." See More

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