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6 Place Parvis Notre Dame
Paris, Île-de-France 75004

 01 42 34 56 10

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"The Notre-Dame de Paris and a walk through the Latin Quarter is another must-do/must see thing in the French capital."  See More

"Landmarks Notre-Dame de Paris, Luxembourg Garden, Jardin Tuileries, Arc de Triomphe, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur and Eiffel Tower."  See More

"Here are a few ideas: Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, Montmartre, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Opera Garnier, Tuileries, Luxembourg Garden, Pont Alexandre III, Ile Saint-Louis,."  See More

"Take a boat trip on the La Seine See Notre-Dame de Paris and Musée d'Orsay"  See More

"I found some being sold by the little book vendors along the Seine, I think heading towards Notre-Dame de Paris, so very central."  See More

"Also anywhere along the Seine, and maybe our favorite thing we did while in Paris was climb the towers at Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"Ile Saint-Louis, the island behind Notre-Dame de Paris, is quieter but so picturesque as it sits in the middle of the Seine River with the Quartier Du Marais district on one bank and Saint-Germain-des-Prés on the other."  See More

"The Notre-Dame de Paris is open daily and is completely free."  See More

"The Notre-Dame de Paris is positively spectacular and won't cost a dime."  See More

"I usually started at Champ de Mars to then visit Luxembourg Garden, enjoy the view to then go to Notre-Dame de Paris, from there I would go all the way to Champs-Élysées and in the way visit a couple bridges along the river, to then return to Champ de Mars to see the Eiffel Tower at night."  See More

"Free things: Luxembourg Garden Musée d'Orsay Eiffel Tower The Louvre Notre-Dame de Paris"  See More

"Most of the cathedrals are free to enter (you buy a ticket to climb the tower, usually) See Notre-Dame de Paris and Basilique du Sacre-Coeur Some art galleries are also free - don't miss Modern Art Museum of the City of Paris which has amazing art."  See More

"Canal Saint Martin for the ride on this canal,you see the real city goind trough the locks begin at it far end and finish near Ile Saint-Louis you'll see Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame de Paris are both touristy, but well worth it -- show up early in the day to avoid lines!"  See More

"When my wife and I first went to Paris in 1989, we were much younger, and we saw many of the top sights in 4 days. I had done a lot of research and we had a good idea of what we wanted to see and do and where they were located. We got up relatively early, had breakfast and went sight-seeing all day until about 6:00 p.m., and then went out for the evening. As Lauren commented, it was exhausting, but we saw a lot. On many subsequent trips we have stayed up to two weeks at a time, and we are returning for another 2 weeks in June. I would say that you should allow at least 4 days, and a week is much better and more relaxing. What you should not miss depends on what interests you most. If you are interested in museums, the The Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay are obvious choices. You can save a lot of time and money buying a Museum Pass, which allows you to get into many museums and monuments for no charge and you avoid most of the lines. Buy them for 2, 4 or 6 consecutive days. ."  See More

"A good way to start you first day would be to start at the Notre-Dame de Paris and walk your way to the The Louvre, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower in a couple of hours just to get a feel for the city and catch the sites."  See More

"We did the The Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay one day (plan and buy tickets to the Louvre ahead of time and arrive right when they open), spent a day at Versailles, and spent another day around the city taking in the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame de Paris (both from below, we didn't have time to go up), Champs Elysees, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur in Montmartre, a cruise on the Seine from Pont-Neuf, walking along Pont des Arts, walking by the Moulin Rouge, more wandering and several great meals."  See More

"We stayed in the Opéra district, right beside the Palais-Royal and the The Louvre We walked a lot and got to see Notre-Dame de Paris Eiffel Tower Quartier Du Marais Champs-Élysées We also did the touristy thing and took a boat ride on the Seine (which is useful for seeing a lot in a short time) I would recommend a visit to the Arc de Triomphe at 6pm."  See More

"It's easy to walk from there to the The Louvre, Notre-Dame de Paris, Sainte-Chapelle."  See More

"The 5th arrondissement (5ième arrondissement) with Saint-Michel, Notre-Dame de Paris, 5e arrondissement – Panthéon and Maubert - Mutualité Otherwise on the right bank of the Siene, the 4th arrondissement and Quartier Du Marais is known as very trendy and good to stay for a week."  See More

"With the limited time you have, might be better to take a taxi from the airport, and go directly to the Île de la Cité, where you could then see Notre-Dame de Paris, the The Louvre, and the River Seine."  See More

"Also walk along the La Seine and if you have time you can even pop in to the Musée d'Orsay or just walk past Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"It stops at Champs-Élysées, Eiffel Tower, Musée d'Orsay, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Notre-Dame de Paris, Jardines des Plantes, Hôtel de Ville, and the The Louvre."  See More

"It provides river views of the Notre-Dame de Paris and Eiffel Tower and the option to hop on and off is nice."  See More

"Go see the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"This also goes for other main tourist attractions like Notre-Dame de Paris-if you want to go up to the tower make sure to arrive first thing in the morning to avoid long lines."  See More

"If this is your first time in Paris, I would opt for the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, or any of the museums, or the many cafes and great food, with people watching, but if catacombs is a must on your list, you won't be disappointed"  See More

"It was close to Notre-Dame de Paris and the George Pompidou."  See More

"Near 2 metro stations, and a 15 min walk to the Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"It might be interesting to look into any processions or special things going on in Sainte-Chapelle or at the Notre-Dame de Paris and see those since they are special."  See More

"If you can get into the Notre-Dame de Paris I assume you'd need to give some fair notice, might have a fee associated with it and you'd have to have your catholic baptismal certificates."  See More

"Well, if you need a photographer, feel free to contact me (I'll be back in Paris early May- will you be around still? - I'm French, traveler, from Paris but traveling abroad these days) My website and wedding photography are here : !"  See More

"Also, no trip to Paris is complete without taking a walk along the Seine - I highly recommend starting to at the Tuileries and then strolling over the Pont des Arts and walking along the river towards Notre-Dame de Paris, which is absolutely spectacular lit at night."  See More

"Eiffel Tower, Musée du Louvre (where the Mona Lisa is), Pont des Arts, Notre-Dame de Paris, and Basilique du Sacre-Coeur."  See More

"Next to the Notre-Dame de Paris is one of the famous padlock bridges - we bought one with us to do this so there is a bit of us in Paris for a while!"  See More

"Notre-Dame de Paris - only takes 20 minutes and is free for everyone."  See More

"I love the views from on top of the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame de Paris, a bonus for the kids are the gargoyles on top which they might have seen in the Disney movie."  See More

"Walk from the Notre-Dame de Paris along the river, you'll get to the The Louvre."  See More

"There have been times when I've got very tetchy at airports because of the usual round of issues (especially those that arise because of lack of communication, but we won't go there) but I think the most uptight I've ever been was at the Sistine Chapel and Notre-Dame de Paris and that was down to the behaviour of other visitors."  See More

"This neighborhood is an easy walk from Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"), and take a boat down La Seine, from Notre-Dame de Paris to the Eiffel Tower."  See More

"The Berthillon tea-room is located in the heart of Île Saint-Louis behind Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"We climbed the winding stairs to the top of Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"The view of the river and Notre-Dame de Paris is unsurpassed, especially at dinner when you can watch the sun go down."  See More

"Day 3: South of La Seine: Start the morning by climbing the stairs at Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"It all depends on how much energy you have. If you want, you can see a lot in three days. Here is a map showing a long first day as detailed below: ."  See More

"Day 2: Notre-Dame de Paris, Latin Quarter, Luxembourg Garden, Les Invalides, Champ de Mars and Eiffel Tower."  See More

"If they take a taxi home and it's a nice night, I suggest a ride down the Champs-Élysées to the Place de la Concorde, then back along the river to the Palais de Chaillot for a view of the Eiffel Tower, across the Pont d'Iéna, then back along the other side of the river and across the Pont Alexandre III, along the Quai des Tuileries, by the The Louvre Pyramid, then by Notre-Dame de Paris and back to their apartment."  See More

"Cross the brige to Ile Saint-Louis where you'll find the catedral Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"My favourites are Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Notre-Dame de Paris, and L'église de la Madeleine (which sometimes has free classical music / choral concerts - worth checking the posters outside)."  See More

"Some of mine include eating at L'as Du Fallafel (EVERYONE recommends this place, and it's always closed when I go by) and paying to go into Sainte-Chapelle, which will make you love architecture even more (especially if you've seen nearby Notre-Dame de Paris)."  See More

"Michel - Notre Dame puts you (naturally) right near Notre-Dame de Paris, so you can walk around along the Seine, see the Pont Neuf, and cross the Pont des Arts (not sure if they will still be allowing 'locks of love' at that point, since they recently removed them all)."  See More

"In Paris, do not miss: the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, Sacre Coeur & Montmartre, Louvres, the Musée d'Orsay, Les Invalides, and a walk along the La Seine."  See More

"Also just along the La Seine maybe you can start from Notre-Dame de Paris I am not an artist but I'd still say George Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo and Musée d'Orsay!"  See More

"Heyy Emily, please don't be afraid going to Paris in November...I have been there 3 times and one week is not enough! Please find my adventures at >"  See More

"It's already take you more than 1 day then you can walk or bus to have a close visit of Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, Champ de Mars, Sacre Coeur, Place du Tertre, have a cafe at Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Notre-Dame de Paris, The Louvre, Versailles, the Les Bouquinistes along the Seine river, many beautiful bridge across Seine river, a lot museum and out of Paris you can visit the old city of Provins etc."  See More

"Incredible Paris!!! I have been there three times and I had the chance of doing many things... Please find here my Paris adventures mapkini >"  See More

"The Tuileries is always a must for me in Paris, as well as Notre-Dame de Paris and Centre Pompidou."  See More

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