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Père Lachaise Cemetery


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16 Rue du Repos
Paris, 75020

 +33 1 55 25 82 10

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"Père Lachaise Cemetery(metro Philippe Auguste) is good to see where there are some very famous ppl buried jim morrison,chopin and oscar wilde come to the front of the most famous its free to walk threw and its close to pigtaille and the moulin rouge!"  See More

"Notre Dame, Marche aux Puces, Champ de Mars, Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris Museum of Modern Art, Marché d'Aligre, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Musée Carnavalet"  See More

"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

"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 Gallerie LaFayette (near the Opera Garnier) is an eye-opener (look up)."  See More

"I also like the cemetery Père Lachaise Cemetery (many famous people lie there), maybe Porte de Clignancourt flee market."  See More

"If you want to stay somewhere that is still nice and 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."  See More

"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

"Wander through Père Lachaise Cemetery to see famous graves in the French style, including Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison."  See More

"For your second day, a visit Père Lachaise Cemetery can be very nice especially if the weather is good."  See More

"Pretty cool architecture in Cimetière de Montmartre and the Père Lachaise Cemetery also."  See More

"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

"Its a small-ish design hotel in the 20th right near Père Lachaise Cemetery and close to the metro."  See More

"While we're on the subject of the bizarre, I would try to spend a couple of hours at Père Lachaise Cemetery."  See More

"Père Lachaise Cemetery - I love this place and always go when I'm in town."  See More

"Many people like the Père Lachaise Cemetery just enjoy yourself and dont forget to have some delicious pastries at the boulangerie!"  See More

"Père Lachaise Cemetery - If you are a music fan, or just like cool architecture this is a great place to see."  See More

"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."  See More

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