Charles de Gaulle AirportCharles de Gaulle is a major international airport in Paris and the second largest in numbers of passengers in Europe.
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Orly AirportOrly Airport is the second most important international airport in Paris with over 31 million passengers in 2016.
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Beauvais AirportBeauvais Airport is a small airport located in Tillé, 53 miles north of Paris.
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Île de la CitéThe Île de la Cité is, like the Île Saint-Louis, one of two natural islands in the River Seine.
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Île Saint-LouisSituated in the heart of Paris, adjacent to the Île de la Cité, the small Île Saint-Louis is one of the most peaceful and charming neighborhoods of Paris.
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Latin QuarterThe Paris Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin) is one of the oldest in the city.
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MontmartreKnown as the Painter’s neighborhood, Montmartre’s small and steep narrow streets are home to the oldest cabarets and to the Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur.
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La DéfenseHundreds of skyscrapers and buildings belonging to the top companies in the world make La Défense one of major business districts in Europe.
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Champs-ÉlyséesThe Champs-Élysées is 1.
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Place de la ConcordeThe Place de la Concorde is situated between Champs-Élysées and the Tuileries Garden and is one of the city’s most representative public squares.
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The MaraisLe Marais is one of the most fashionable and cosmopolitan areas of Paris.
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Place VendômeThe Place Vendôme is one of the city’s most famous and beautiful neoclassical squares.
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Eiffel TowerThe Eiffel Tower was designed for the Exposition Universelle, a world fair held in Paris in 1889.
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Arc de TriompheThe Arc de Triomphe is one of the main symbols of Paris.
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The PantheonThe Panthéon was the first major monument in Paris.
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Les InvalidesThe magnificent Hôtel national des Invalides was designed during the seventeenth century as a home and hospital for retired French soldiers.
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Palais GarnierThe Palais Garnier and the Opéra Bastille make up the Paris Opera.
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Palace of VersaillesDeclared World Heritage Site by UNESCO over thirty years ago, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most famous palaces worldwide.
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Tour MontparnasseTour Montparnasse (Montparnasse Tower) has one of the best observation decks of Paris.
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Catacombs of ParisThe Catacombs of Paris are a network of tunnels that stretch for over 300km which were used as an ossuary for millions of people from various periods.
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Palais-RoyalThe Palais Royal (Royal Palace) is located to the north of the Louvre.
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Château de VincennesBuilt at the end of the twelfth century, the Château de Vincennes is the only Royal residence built during the Middle Ages that is still intact.
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ConciergerieBuilt as a Royal Family residence and seat of the French Parliament, the building was turned into one of the worst prisons of the period.
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Louvre MuseumOpened at the end of the eighteenth century, the Louvre is the country’s most renowned museum and one of the most visited in the world.
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Musée d’OrsayThe Musée d’Orsay houses a stunning art collection from between 1848 and 1914.
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Centre PompidouThe Centre Georges Pompidou also known as Beaubourg, features some of the best contemporary and modern art collections in the world.
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Musée du quai BranlyThe Musée du quai Branly houses a collection with over 300,000 objects of indigenous art of Africa, Asia, America and Oceania.
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Musée RodinCreated in 1916 by Auguste Rodin, the Musée Rodin features the majority of the artist’s sculptures and work in the Hotel Biron.
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Musée GuimetThe Musée Guimet, also known as the Musée national des arts asiatiques features an excellent collection of different Asian cultures and civilizations.
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Musée ClunyThe Musée National du Moyen Age of Paris (Musée de Cluny) houses one of best medieval art and craftwork collections in the world.
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Musée Nissim de CamondoThe Musée Nissim de Camondo (Nissan Camondo Museum) is a stately house museum from the twentieth century.
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Musée de l’ArméeThe Musée de l'Armée (Military Museum in English) houses an impressive collection of military items.
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Musée d’Art ModerneThe Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris features art work from the twentieth century, including fauvism, cubism and works by artists of the School of Paris.
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Musée de l’OrangerieSituated in a striking building from 1853, the Musée de l’Orangerie houses an excellent collection of Impressionism works.
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Petit PalaisThe Petit Palais is a magnificent building from 1900 that features artistic collections from the Antiquity to the 1920s.
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Musée PicassoThe Musée Picasso in Paris houses the Spanish painter’s works of art from various periods and a large collection of sculptures.
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Musée GrevinThe Musée Grévin is a wax museum in Paris where visitors can see famous French and international celebrities made out of wax.
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Musée des égouts de ParisThe Musée des Egouts de Paris is located in the Parisian sewer system.
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Musée CarnavaletOpened in 1880, the Musée Carnavalet features different types of works of art that narrate the history of Paris from its foundation to the present day.
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Musée Cognacq-JayThe Musée Cognacq-Jay was opened in 1929 and features a small but varied collection of eighteenth century French art work.
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Musée des Arts DécoratifsThe Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris features decorative arts and designs from the Middle Ages to the present day.
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Espace DalíSituated in the heart of Montmartre, the Espace Dalí houses a permanent collection of some of the artist’s work.
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Musée Marmottan MonetThe Musée Marmottan Monet features one of the most complete collections of Impressionist art in the world, and in particular paintings.
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Musée du CinémaThe Cinémathèque Française Film Center in Paris is dedicated to the collection, conservation, restoration and the exhibition of worldwide film documents.
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Notre Dame CathedralBuilt between 1163 and 1245, Notre Dame de Paris is one of the oldest gothic cathedrals in the world.
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Basilique du Sacré-CoeurThe Basilica of the Sacred Heart, known in French as the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur is one of the most important religious buildings in Paris.
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Sainte ChapelleThe Sainte-Chapelle (Holy Chapel) is a gothic style church built between 1242 and 1248 to house the relics of the Passion of Christ.
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Basilique de Saint-DenisThe Basilica of St Denis is the burial site of the French Royal Family and the first Gothic church of Paris.
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La MadeleineL’église de la Madeleine (Madeleine Church) is one of the city’s most curious temples due to its classic Greek design.
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Church of Saint-SulpiceThe Church of Saint Sulpice is one of tallest churches in Paris and is one of the most popular thanks to its role in the novel The Da Vinci Code.
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Chapelle expiatoireThe Chapelle expiatoire is a commemorative monument constructed on the grounds where Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were buried.
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Jardin du LuxembourgDesigned in 1612 by Marie de’ Medici, the Luxembourg Garden is the most centric, popular and beautiful park in Paris.
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Jardin des TuileriesLocated between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Garden was the first garden in Paris opened to the public.
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Jardin des PlantesCreated in 1635 as a medicinal garden for Louis XIII, the Garden of plants has been used throughout the centuries by botanists, doctors and pharmacists.
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Champs de MarsChamps de Mars is a peaceful green space located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
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Bois de BoulogneThe Bois de Boulogne is a large park to the west of Paris, a true paradise for those who want to enjoy a bit of nature.
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