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Place des Pyramides
Paris, 75001France

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"We stayed in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Latin Quarter was close to everything you want to see, such as Luxembourg Garden, Musée d'Orsay, Notre Dame, The Louvre, took Uber to Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur Basilica, L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile (great shopping in this area), wife especially like the Louis Vuitton store."  See More

"I would suggest you buy a Paris Pass before you go- pre-pays entry into some attractions and at The Louvre, you get fast track entry."  See More

"*the The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral"  See More

"We stayed in an air bnb (with AC) a block from the The Louvre which allowed us to go to the Louvre early in the morning before the crowds arrived and at night to see the pyramids lit up with absolutely no one around."  See More

"Musée d'Orsay - so much more engaging and manageable than the The Louvre, although if you're determined to see the Mona Lisa, then go."  See More

"The best areas to stay are: Champs-Élysées, Tour Eiffel - Parc du Champ-de-Mars, Palais Garnier, Place de la Concorde and The Louvre but these areas are also the most expensive in Paris so it really depends on your budget."  See More

"The Left Bank has the The Louvre and more pricey restaurants and hotels."  See More

"2) Take the Metro to the Île de la Cité and visit Notre Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle and then walk across the River Seine and visit the The Louvre."  See More

"If you are not big museum people, you'd be fine with a couple of days but if you are planning on seeing the The Louvre or the Musée d'Orsay you may want to add another day on as both can be time consuming."  See More

"One of my favorite free activities in Paris is to walk from le Jardin des Tuileries eastward to la Pyramide du Louvre and the musee (The Louvre), particularly just before dusk."  See More

"You could probably even make it to the L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile and The Louvre with those 11 hrs taking the metro!"  See More

"Paris 1st day try to do sandermans free walking tour from the latin quarter near notre dame...well worth it and you get a general history and the lay of the land for some of paris..."  See More

"The Louvre should also be on the list although it is quite overwhelming."  See More

"The The Louvre alone will take all day."  See More

"Hi Jonathan! Knowing you'll arrive Gare du nord (North train station), you should stay in this area and visit Montmartre, Canal Saint Martin, Parc des Buttes Chaumont and Belleville. You can follow the itinerary bellow :"  See More

"I would suggest somewhere near the The Louvre because the subway station is on the north side of the river very close to the museum."  See More

"It's close to the The Louvre, Notre Dame etc."  See More

"If it were up to me, I'd suggest you stay near the The Louvre which would also wind up placing you very close to the Île de la Cité the site of the most famous cathedral in the world!"  See More

"If you want to visit museums, try Musée d'Orsay'; Musee Rodin Musée Picasso or The Louvre (if I remember well at Louvre Thursday is the day with long opening hours"  See More

"Three days in Paris can fly, especially if you like museums and are overcome by the scale and abundance of the The Louvre including the chance to see the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Michelangelo's Slaves, and the Venus de Milo, or the Musée d'Orsay where you can sample an unparalleled collection of Impressionist and post-impressionist painters including Renoir, Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Morisot, and Cassatt, among others."  See More

"Hi Riri, I would rearrange your itinerary as follows: Day 1- Take the Metro to the Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre Metro station and walk over to the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and then through the Jardin des Tuileries to the Place de la Concorde. The walk down the Champs Elysees Paris to the L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile. If you don't want to walk all the way down the Champs Elysees, you can catch the Metro at either the Franklin D. Roosevelt or Georges V stations and take them to the Charles de Gaulle Étoile station at the Arc de Triomphe. From there, take the Metro to Trocadéro. Hopefully you will be there in the afternoon, when the light on the Eiffel Tower will be the best. Cross over and go up in the Tower. To avoid lines, purchase you tickets in advance at ."  See More

"Do go to Musée d'Orsay, Musée Picasso and of course The Louvre."  See More

"The Louvre would be at the top of my list."  See More

"well, then your gotta do list has to have the The Louvre."  See More

"com) It will save you money and will often allow you to bypass queues at attractions-especially handy at the The Louvre."  See More

"See the Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay; on a sunny day, go to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica & go to the Place du Tertre (to see the artists painting the Basilica); walk up the Champs-Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe; walk around the Luxembourg Garden."  See More

"Here Eiffel Tower The Louvre L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile Notre Dame Luxembourg Champs-Élysées Here's a 4-day guide that is a good starting point: !"  See More

"For example, we have stayed near the The Louvre and could easily walk there, or across the river, but we had a Metro Stop very close to our hotel, so we can travel anywhere within Paris after a 3 minute walk."  See More

"Last time I visited Paris we rented an apartment in the Opéra region which was very close to the Palais-Royal and The Louvre It was walkable to a lot of places and I always felt safe, even late at night."  See More

"The must visits places if you only have 3 days its the obvious choices: Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, The Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral Gift Shop, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Concorde and so on."  See More

"Hello! I have a quick guide for Paris with things you can see and do right here: !"  See More

"We could walk to Notre Dame and the The Louvre, and the Metro was right there to go anywhere else."  See More

"If you are interested in visiting galleries and museums, such a The Louvre or my favourite Musée d'Orsay, I would get there early in the morning."  See More

"It's also close enough to the tourist center that the The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral,"  See More

"The The Louvre and Musée d'Orsay both have late nights where you can schedule to go later in the day if you are enjoying the sunshine."  See More

"The The Louvre is huge and has so much to see, it can be overwhelming if you don't have a plan in mind."  See More

"You can get a two (consecutive) day pass and visit The Louvre in the morning, have 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, not sure of the Eiffel Tower."  See More

"You could spend all day at just the The Louvre and nearly as much at the Musée d'Orsay, but if you know that you only want to focus on certain pieces or areas, then you can make those stops quicker and see more."  See More

"Go to The Louvre and look for the mini Arc de Triomphe and walk downstairs."  See More

"I could spend 5 days just working my way through The Louvre alone."  See More

"It's relatively quiet but is within walking distance to many places including the The Louvre Palais Royal gardens and the Rue de Rivoli We loved the area and found some nice cafés and restaurants."  See More

"I would like to add your teenagers might enjoy the Treasure Hunt At The Louvre, known as THATLou, which is a fantastic way to see the museum and learn more about it in an engaging way (and it only takes 1."  See More

"Paris- get the Paris pass-saves heaps, includes metro pass and if you go to The Louvre, will bypass the huge queues."  See More

"For Paris, it depends on the ages and interests of the group but I always get a Paris Museum Pass and go to The Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, the Arc de Triomphe, Versailles and then whatever else fits in the trip."  See More

"From there you can easily cross the Pont des Arts to visit The Louvre museum and the Opera Garnier."  See More

"Museums, The Louvre, Musee de l'Orangerie, Musee Rodin, George Pompidou and my favorite Musée d'Orsay."  See More

"The Louvre can be overwhelming and crammed full of visitors, so I would recommend checking the guide in advance and finding a room or two you might like to see."  See More

"the garden The Louvre is central and parisian; you can visit the Musee de l'Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume, take a take Angélina and of course, admire the Louvre and the pyramide, the seine and the obelisk."  See More

"More obvious places are The Louvre which is huge, therefore definitely worth going to on a rainy day."  See More

"For example if you like museums then you would need to visit the The Louvre and other museums in Paris, The British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg (Russia)"  See More

"Not far from the The Louvre in the heart of the ancient city, there's Rue Montorgueil the street of ancient French shops."  See More

"Napoleon's Tomb at Musée de l'Armée, the The Louvre."  See More

"If you decide you're looking to actually spend some money, I can't recommend highly enough the Paris Museum Pass - it's about 40 euros if I remember properly, and grants you admission to many of the top museums and cultural sites in Paris for that one price, including the The Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, the Musée Picasso, Sainte-Chapelle, the towers of Notre-Dame, Château De Versailles if you feel like a quick trip out of the city."  See More

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

"If you don't like art, I would say skip the The Louvre and do the Musée d'Orsay if you want to."  See More

"If you are interested in museums, the The Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay are obvious choices."  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

"You can walk to the The Louvre, to the Champs-Élysées; metro stations everywhere."  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

"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

"If you are planning to go to The Louvre I would definitely buy your tickets online in advance and get there right when they open as it gets overwhelmingly busy, especially in the summer months."  See More

"I love The Louvre, I see it as a timeline of art history!"  See More

"The Latin Quarter is more touristy since it is close to Notre Dame, but less so than say Tuileries/The Louvre area."  See More

"Paris - you should def check out The Louvre."  See More

"Versailles, Eiffel Tower, Catacombes de Paris, The Louvre, Normandy."  See More

"Best tip, go to the Tabac shop below The Louvre and purchase all your museum passes to avoid the line."  See More

"Louvre museum The Louvre Go in a trip by Bateau mouche paris (some provide dinner) Bateaux Mouches"  See More

"Wear comfy shoes and do the long walk from the The Louvre to the Champs-Élysées, Place de la Concorde, Tuileries, Arc de Triomphe."  See More

"The Louvre, of course, is a must see, BUT I really like the Impressionist paintings at the Musée d'Orsay."  See More

"There are many stores that are more like experiences as you wander down towards The Louvre through the Tuileries on your way, stop and have a sandwich at the little cafes there, feed the birds, watch life of the Parisians."  See More

"You can do The Louvre, but skip the Mona Lisa--so overrated and there are so many more cool things to see in the museum."  See More

"Day Four go to a museum (possibly the The Louvre) in the morning, visit Notre Dame, possibly Sainte-Chapelle, catch a sunset cruise on the Seine if the weather is nice."  See More

"If you insist on going to The Louvre, I've got a tip: walk to the Arc de Triomphe, walk down the staircase on either side."  See More

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

"For example, in Paris you will probably want to walk down the famous Champs-Élysées, see the Arc de Triomphe, go up the Eiffel Tower and explore the treasures and Mona Lisa in the The Louvre - you could be in a queue for hours."  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

"The Louvre, Versailles, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur (and its view of Paris below), Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower (the tower lights up every night, on the hour, and the best place to see the light show is Place du Trocadero across the street), Sainte-Chapelle with its stained glass windows, Arc de Triomphe (view from the roof up many stairs is beautiful), escargots at a sidewalk cafe on the Champs-Élysées."  See More

"If you want to go to the The Louvre, just do it outside because you take too long to cross it."  See More

"I would spend spend 3 month traveling/hiking in Europe and I would visit Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Buckingham Palace Tower Bridge then go see Big Ben then Culzean Castle then Edinburgh then off to see Dublin then off to see the Brussels then the Matterhorn"  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

"See the The Louvre, spend time in the Tuileries Garden outside the Louvre, climb the Eiffel Tower, walk and walk, and sit in cafes."  See More

"The city has first class museums from the The Louvre to the Musée d'Orsay to my personal favorite, the Musee Rodin."  See More

"while The Louvre is cool because of how much art there is, l'Orangerie is more subtle, and I found it much easier to appreciate."  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

"In Paris you have The Louvre and we loved the walking tour -!"  See More

"The Louvre - I would recommend getting tickets online ahead of time, since the line could potentially be pretty long."  See More

"You can do the Louvre which is fabulous but so much is free and just absorb the culture."  See More

"A weekly Metro pass runs from Monday-Sunday and costs 5€ for the Navigo Découverte card and 24,40€ for zones 1-2 (central Paris). I've attached a link: ."  See More

"The Metro is right around the corner and the Marais is a lovely district of shopping, walking and close to the The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral."  See More

"and The Louvre serves up a moveable feast of fashion boutiques, quiet cafés, art galleries, narrow streets, leafy squares like the Place des Vosges, Jewish bakeries, aristocratic châteaux, nightlife, and real Parisians."  See More

", but a great walking tour of sorts is to walk to the Seine and walk over to Ile Saint-Louis then across the little bridge to Île de la Cité, where the Notre Dame Cathedral is, then back across the Seine and on to the The Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries, etc."  See More

"Some places worth seeing: Jardin du Luxembourg Arènes de Lutèce Deyrolle (It is worth checking out) Jardin des Tuileries The Louvre (Can take a whole day but it has amazing collections."  See More

"And of course - the Eiffel Tower And The Louvre - both touristy but staples of Paris."  See More

"The Louvre is just a few blocks away, so if you are in a museum mood, you will be astounded by the size of this museum."  See More

"You need to see the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe, but if I had to choose between the big attractions and The Louvre Le Marais, Le Marais would win, for sure."  See More

"Of course museums are a big part of any Paris adventure so my suggestions would be The Louvre, and the Musée d'Orsay (both covered by the pass)."  See More

"You can spend 3 days at The Louvre, so if I where you I just will choose two areas to see."  See More

"We spent a full day at Versailles and a second full day at The Louvre."  See More

"you can get to all these museums from there as well as The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral."  See More

"You will need one day on the Champs-Élysées, Place de la Concorde with Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries with Monet Water Lilly murals in basement, Jardin des Tuileries with lots of fountains and sculpture, and The Louvre (Right Bank, 1st and 8th)."  See More

"Then plan out 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."  See More

"I know this applies to the The Louvre & Musée d'Orsay for example."  See More

"Outside of that one thing I have to recommend is you are planning on visiting the major museums, buy your tickets in advance, you can get them in Paris from Fnac stores, and you can then bypass the massive queues for places like The Louvre and Musée d'Orsay"  See More

"The Louvre can be a little overwhelming inside if its crowded, but the architecture and all are nice to check out."  See More

"The hotel is in the heart of Paris near the Musée d'Orsay, The Louvre and the Café de Flore."  See More

"I love Jardin des Tuileries and especially The Louvre."  See More

"We did the The Louvre and Monet's Waterlily Orangerie in the same day, taking a leisurely walk through the gardens, stopping and telling stories about the statues."  See More

"Personally, I’d go for the D’Orsay without question unless there’s something you really want to see at the The Louvre."  See More








   
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