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The Marais takes its name from an ancient marshy area occupied since the 12th century. Today, this historic district is one of the most visited in the capital, for the heritage treasures it shelters and the atmosphere it exudes. This district forms a triangle delimited by the squares of the Bastille, the Republic and the Town Hall. It has many mansions from the 17th and 18th centuries, converted into internationally renowned museums (Picasso Museum Paris, Victor Hugo house, Carnavalet museum, etc.). The visit of the Place des Vosges is the highlight of a stroll in the Marais, it is a masterpiece of balance and elegance. Rue des Rosiers, epicenter of the Parisian Jewish community, is also to be discovered for its atmosphere, its shops and its restaurants. Le Marais is full of fashion boutiques, gourmet addresses and even has its own department store: the BHV Marais! There are countless bars, shops and gay clubs in the Marais which makes it the largest gay district in France.
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Le Marais
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The Marais takes its name from an ancient marshy area occupied since the 12th century. Today, this historic district is one of the most visited in the capital, for the heritage treasures it shelters and the atmosphere it exudes. This district forms a triangle delimited by the squares of the Bastille, the Republic and the Town Hall. It has many mansions from the 17th and 18th centuries, converted into internationally renowned museums (Picasso Museum Paris, Victor Hugo house, Carnavalet museum, etc.). The visit of the Place des Vosges is the highlight of a stroll in the Marais, it is a masterpiece of balance and elegance. Rue des Rosiers, epicenter of the Parisian Jewish community, is also to be discovered for its atmosphere, its shops and its restaurants. Le Marais is full of fashion boutiques, gourmet addresses and even has its own department store: the BHV Marais! There are countless bars, shops and gay clubs in the Marais which makes it the largest gay district in France.
The Tuileries Garden takes its name from the tile factories that stood where Queen Catherine de Medici had the Tuileries Palace built in 1564, which has since disappeared. The famous king's gardener, André Le Nôtre, gave it from 1664 its current appearance of a French garden. The garden, which separates the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, is a place for walking and culture for Parisians and tourists where the statues of Maillol rub shoulders with those of Rodin or Giacometti. The two pools are ideal for relaxation. The Orangery Museum in which visitors admire Monet’s works is located southwest of the Tuileries. From March to December, free tours only in French are organized. And for those who love cotton candy, rides and thrills, come to the Fête des Tuileries, from June to August.
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杜乐丽花园
113 Rue de Rivoli
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The Tuileries Garden takes its name from the tile factories that stood where Queen Catherine de Medici had the Tuileries Palace built in 1564, which has since disappeared. The famous king's gardener, André Le Nôtre, gave it from 1664 its current appearance of a French garden. The garden, which separates the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, is a place for walking and culture for Parisians and tourists where the statues of Maillol rub shoulders with those of Rodin or Giacometti. The two pools are ideal for relaxation. The Orangery Museum in which visitors admire Monet’s works is located southwest of the Tuileries. From March to December, free tours only in French are organized. And for those who love cotton candy, rides and thrills, come to the Fête des Tuileries, from June to August.
The treasures of the museum retrace the history of techniques, from the sixteenth century, in seven fields: scientific instruments, materials, construction, communication, energy, mechanics and transport. It is the old abbey of Saint-Martin-des-Champs which serves as a showcase for the collections, presented chronologically. The visitor thus discovers a charming automaton from 1784, La Joueuse de tympanon, the unavoidable Pendule de Foucault (1851) or even an airplane from 1897. The visit ends… in the Arts et Métiers metro station, inspired by Jules' Nautilus Verne.
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巴黎工艺博物馆
60 Rue Réaumur
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The treasures of the museum retrace the history of techniques, from the sixteenth century, in seven fields: scientific instruments, materials, construction, communication, energy, mechanics and transport. It is the old abbey of Saint-Martin-des-Champs which serves as a showcase for the collections, presented chronologically. The visitor thus discovers a charming automaton from 1784, La Joueuse de tympanon, the unavoidable Pendule de Foucault (1851) or even an airplane from 1897. The visit ends… in the Arts et Métiers metro station, inspired by Jules' Nautilus Verne.
The Pletzl, (פלעצל, "small place" in Yiddish, "place Saint-Paul" or "place des Juifs", as opposed to the big place, that of the Vosges) is the most famous Jewish quarter of Paris, dating from thirteenth century. It is located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. On some occasions, even today, merchants set up their stalls directly on the street. This is the case, for example, before the Sukkot festival, where there are merchants offering the four species. Similarly, there are still a few newsagents installed on the sidewalk. We regularly come across members of the Lubavitch movement, recognizable by their Borsalino hats, who offer to "put the tefillin" to those who have not yet done so. We finally come across an illustrious beggar, the famous "schnorrer in the rue des Rosiers". On Thursday and Friday morning, in the bakeries in the neighborhood, you can buy 'hallot (חלות), the braided brioches served on Shabbat. Friday evening and Saturday, as well as on Jewish holidays, everything is closed. On the other hand, Sunday is an ordinary working day (all the more crowded as the district is now pedestrianized on Sunday).
Quartier juif
14b Rue des Rosiers
The Pletzl, (פלעצל, "small place" in Yiddish, "place Saint-Paul" or "place des Juifs", as opposed to the big place, that of the Vosges) is the most famous Jewish quarter of Paris, dating from thirteenth century. It is located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. On some occasions, even today, merchants set up their stalls directly on the street. This is the case, for example, before the Sukkot festival, where there are merchants offering the four species. Similarly, there are still a few newsagents installed on the sidewalk. We regularly come across members of the Lubavitch movement, recognizable by their Borsalino hats, who offer to "put the tefillin" to those who have not yet done so. We finally come across an illustrious beggar, the famous "schnorrer in the rue des Rosiers". On Thursday and Friday morning, in the bakeries in the neighborhood, you can buy 'hallot (חלות), the braided brioches served on Shabbat. Friday evening and Saturday, as well as on Jewish holidays, everything is closed. On the other hand, Sunday is an ordinary working day (all the more crowded as the district is now pedestrianized on Sunday).
Westfield Forum des Halles has brought together the biggest brands in men's and women's fashion, as well as specialist beauty, health and well-being boutiques. Shopping, relaxation and leisure, come and enjoy all the advantages of your Westfield Forum des Halles shopping center.
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Châtelet - Les Halles
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Westfield Forum des Halles has brought together the biggest brands in men's and women's fashion, as well as specialist beauty, health and well-being boutiques. Shopping, relaxation and leisure, come and enjoy all the advantages of your Westfield Forum des Halles shopping center.
This Parisian ossuary, covering an area of ​​11,000 m² underground, is called "catacombs", in reference to the Catacombs of Rome. Visitors can access the catacombs on Place Denfert-Rochereau. Six million bones from different Parisian cemeteries lie in the 1.7-kilometer-long labyrinthine galleries. The height under the vaults is 1.80 meters and the ambient temperature is 14 degrees. The visit is not recommended for people suffering from heart or respiratory failure, sensitive people and unaccompanied children. An unusual and fascinating visit! Note that the exit is at 36 rue Rémy Dumoncel.
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巴黎地下墓穴
1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy
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This Parisian ossuary, covering an area of ​​11,000 m² underground, is called "catacombs", in reference to the Catacombs of Rome. Visitors can access the catacombs on Place Denfert-Rochereau. Six million bones from different Parisian cemeteries lie in the 1.7-kilometer-long labyrinthine galleries. The height under the vaults is 1.80 meters and the ambient temperature is 14 degrees. The visit is not recommended for people suffering from heart or respiratory failure, sensitive people and unaccompanied children. An unusual and fascinating visit! Note that the exit is at 36 rue Rémy Dumoncel.
The Center Pompidou, created by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is a marvel of twentieth-century architecture, recognizable by its exterior escalators and its enormous colorful pipes. It houses the National Museum of Modern Art, a world reference for its art collections from the 20th and 21st centuries. The works of essential artists are distributed chronologically, over two spaces: the modern period from 1905 to 1960 (Matisse, Picasso, Dubuffet ...) and the contemporary period from 1960 to the present (Andy Warhol, Niki de Saint Phalle, Anish Kapoor ... ). In addition to these permanent collections, internationally renowned exhibitions are organized all year round on the top floor, from where the panoramic view over the center of Paris and its rooftops is breathtaking. We gladly spend half a day there, or even the whole day: we eat at the Georges, we learn at the Public Information Library and we stroll through the shelves of the shop. At the foot of the Center, in the Piazza, the Brancusi workshop presents a unique collection of works by this major artist in the history of modern sculpture.
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蓬皮杜中心
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The Center Pompidou, created by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is a marvel of twentieth-century architecture, recognizable by its exterior escalators and its enormous colorful pipes. It houses the National Museum of Modern Art, a world reference for its art collections from the 20th and 21st centuries. The works of essential artists are distributed chronologically, over two spaces: the modern period from 1905 to 1960 (Matisse, Picasso, Dubuffet ...) and the contemporary period from 1960 to the present (Andy Warhol, Niki de Saint Phalle, Anish Kapoor ... ). In addition to these permanent collections, internationally renowned exhibitions are organized all year round on the top floor, from where the panoramic view over the center of Paris and its rooftops is breathtaking. We gladly spend half a day there, or even the whole day: we eat at the Georges, we learn at the Public Information Library and we stroll through the shelves of the shop. At the foot of the Center, in the Piazza, the Brancusi workshop presents a unique collection of works by this major artist in the history of modern sculpture.
Each visit to the capital deserves a visit to the Louvre, as the largest museum in Paris holds treasures. It brings together works of Western art from the Middle Ages to 1848, ancient Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, graphic, and Islamic arts. From room to room, the old royal palace reveals its masterpieces: the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus of Milo, The Victory of Samothrace ... In total, some 35,000 works! In its eight centuries of existence, the Louvre has been marked by many architectural trends, from the 12th century medieval fortress to the Pei glass pyramid (1989). Latest addition: architects Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti have designed the new showcase for the Islamic Arts, an undulating canopy covering the Visconti courtyard and flooding the 2,800 m² of the new department with light. Visiting the museum is particularly pleasant at night: less frequented, the Louvre offers a different atmosphere and breathtaking views of the Pyramid of Pei, the Cour Carrée and the Seine. Download the free application "Louvre: my visit" and the guide is you!
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卢浮宫
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Each visit to the capital deserves a visit to the Louvre, as the largest museum in Paris holds treasures. It brings together works of Western art from the Middle Ages to 1848, ancient Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, graphic, and Islamic arts. From room to room, the old royal palace reveals its masterpieces: the Mona Lisa, The Raft of the Medusa, the Venus of Milo, The Victory of Samothrace ... In total, some 35,000 works! In its eight centuries of existence, the Louvre has been marked by many architectural trends, from the 12th century medieval fortress to the Pei glass pyramid (1989). Latest addition: architects Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti have designed the new showcase for the Islamic Arts, an undulating canopy covering the Visconti courtyard and flooding the 2,800 m² of the new department with light. Visiting the museum is particularly pleasant at night: less frequented, the Louvre offers a different atmosphere and breathtaking views of the Pyramid of Pei, the Cour Carrée and the Seine. Download the free application "Louvre: my visit" and the guide is you!
Since 1357, the Paris City Hall has been the seat of the Paris municipality. The current building, in neo-renaissance style, was rebuilt by the architects Théodore Ballu and Edouard Deperthes on the site of the old Hôtel de Ville, burnt down during the Paris Commune in 1871. It is possible to visit the Town Hall, place of power and prestige. Guided tours, by reservation, are organized by the Protocol Service. The visitor discovers in particular the Salle des Fêtes, designed as a replica of the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. Large free exhibitions are also organized and are very successful.
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Hôtel de Ville
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Since 1357, the Paris City Hall has been the seat of the Paris municipality. The current building, in neo-renaissance style, was rebuilt by the architects Théodore Ballu and Edouard Deperthes on the site of the old Hôtel de Ville, burnt down during the Paris Commune in 1871. It is possible to visit the Town Hall, place of power and prestige. Guided tours, by reservation, are organized by the Protocol Service. The visitor discovers in particular the Salle des Fêtes, designed as a replica of the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. Large free exhibitions are also organized and are very successful.
If there is one trip not to be missed in Paris, it is the one that follows the banks of the Seine ... aboard one of the boats that run through it! Under the amazed eyes of the passengers parading the most beautiful monuments of the city, from Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower, passing by the Grand Palais or the Conciergerie. A prestigious setting like no other that promises an out of the ordinary ride. You can decide to let yourself be carried away by the waves by embarking for example on one of the famous Bateau-Mouches, the elegant drunk Maxim’s boat or the Mistinguett boat to admire the most emblematic sites of the capital in song. The Vedettes de Paris and Vedettes du Pont Neuf also offer different types of cruises, such as the "Paris by night" visit which offers another look at the city: with its bridges and its monuments illuminated, the capital then takes on the appearance of a huge movie set. Note that the Vedettes de Paris, like the Bateaux Parisiens, offer cruises for children (the Croisières enchantées): something for the youngest freshwater sailors to dream of. As for the Vedettes du Pont Neuf, they notably offer a Champagne La Parisienne Cruise. A sparkling walk to do as a couple! The Bateaux de Paris departing from Saint-Michel offer cruises with drop-off at the Eiffel Tower while those from La Marina depart from the Musée d'Orsay.
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瑟涅河
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If there is one trip not to be missed in Paris, it is the one that follows the banks of the Seine ... aboard one of the boats that run through it! Under the amazed eyes of the passengers parading the most beautiful monuments of the city, from Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower, passing by the Grand Palais or the Conciergerie. A prestigious setting like no other that promises an out of the ordinary ride. You can decide to let yourself be carried away by the waves by embarking for example on one of the famous Bateau-Mouches, the elegant drunk Maxim’s boat or the Mistinguett boat to admire the most emblematic sites of the capital in song. The Vedettes de Paris and Vedettes du Pont Neuf also offer different types of cruises, such as the "Paris by night" visit which offers another look at the city: with its bridges and its monuments illuminated, the capital then takes on the appearance of a huge movie set. Note that the Vedettes de Paris, like the Bateaux Parisiens, offer cruises for children (the Croisières enchantées): something for the youngest freshwater sailors to dream of. As for the Vedettes du Pont Neuf, they notably offer a Champagne La Parisienne Cruise. A sparkling walk to do as a couple! The Bateaux de Paris departing from Saint-Michel offer cruises with drop-off at the Eiffel Tower while those from La Marina depart from the Musée d'Orsay.
In 38 seconds, Europe’s fastest elevator will take you to an altitude of 196 m. From here, the most beautiful view of Paris awaits you in a new playful, modern and very comfortable space, where you can admire all the monuments and districts of Parisians: the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, Notre-Dame, Montmartre, the Sacred -Heart, the Luxembourg garden, the Pompidou center, Saint-Germain des Prés, La Défense, the Latin quarter… Numerous audiovisual and interactive installations will help you discover and understand Paris: panoramas of Paris in augmented reality, interactive terminals and quizzes, photo exhibition of archives in Paris, 3D animation. Take advantage of your visit to the 56th floor to have a gourmet or romantic break at the 360 ​​° Café, the highest panoramic bar in Paris. Also at your disposal, a shop where you will find some new memories of your stay in the capital. A few steps higher, climb to the roof of the capital, where the panoramic outdoor terrace promises you a spectacular 360 ° view of all of Paris! At a height of 210 meters, the Montparnasse Tower overlooks Paris. From this observatory, your view will be up to 40 km on a clear day. Each hour of the day has its own charm and its own light, but the spectacle of the sunset over Paris and the illuminations of the city is exceptional to say the least.
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蒙帕纳斯大楼
33 Avenue du Maine
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In 38 seconds, Europe’s fastest elevator will take you to an altitude of 196 m. From here, the most beautiful view of Paris awaits you in a new playful, modern and very comfortable space, where you can admire all the monuments and districts of Parisians: the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, Notre-Dame, Montmartre, the Sacred -Heart, the Luxembourg garden, the Pompidou center, Saint-Germain des Prés, La Défense, the Latin quarter… Numerous audiovisual and interactive installations will help you discover and understand Paris: panoramas of Paris in augmented reality, interactive terminals and quizzes, photo exhibition of archives in Paris, 3D animation. Take advantage of your visit to the 56th floor to have a gourmet or romantic break at the 360 ​​° Café, the highest panoramic bar in Paris. Also at your disposal, a shop where you will find some new memories of your stay in the capital. A few steps higher, climb to the roof of the capital, where the panoramic outdoor terrace promises you a spectacular 360 ° view of all of Paris! At a height of 210 meters, the Montparnasse Tower overlooks Paris. From this observatory, your view will be up to 40 km on a clear day. Each hour of the day has its own charm and its own light, but the spectacle of the sunset over Paris and the illuminations of the city is exceptional to say the least.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart, consecrated in 1919, is one of the emblematic monuments of Paris. Located at the top of the Butte Montmartre, it offers one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the capital, at an altitude of 130 meters. Romano-Byzantine style, the basilica is recognizable by its white color. Inside the building, the ceiling is decorated with the largest mosaic in France, measuring 480 m². The crypt is also worth a visit. And to gain even more height, the visitor can access the dome, from where the 360 ​​° view of Paris is magnificent. A few steps from the basilica are Place du Tertre, the Abbesses district with small steep streets, and at the foot of the hill, the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret.
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Sacré-Cœur Basilica
1 Parvis du Sacré-Cœur
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The Basilica of the Sacred Heart, consecrated in 1919, is one of the emblematic monuments of Paris. Located at the top of the Butte Montmartre, it offers one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the capital, at an altitude of 130 meters. Romano-Byzantine style, the basilica is recognizable by its white color. Inside the building, the ceiling is decorated with the largest mosaic in France, measuring 480 m². The crypt is also worth a visit. And to gain even more height, the visitor can access the dome, from where the 360 ​​° view of Paris is magnificent. A few steps from the basilica are Place du Tertre, the Abbesses district with small steep streets, and at the foot of the hill, the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret.