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Les Halles
13 reviews
The primary colours, exposed pipes and air ducts make the Centre Pompidou one of the best-known sights in Paris — Time Out
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
11 reviews
We visit the Impressionists Gallery, maybe seek out Van Gogh's Self-Portrait or Starry Night, and then sneak off for wine and cheese in Café Campana. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Louvre / Palais-Royal
9 reviews
The world's largest museum is also its most visited, with an incredible 8.8 million visitors in 2011. — Time Out
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Le Marais
11 reviews
If you enjoy history, but history tomes bore you, spend some time here for insight into Paris's past. — Frommer's
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
9 reviews
Rodin's powerful bronze and stone sculptures would be stunning even if they were displayed in a parking lot, but here, they're housed in a 1728 private mansion. — Concierge
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Ile de la Cite / Ile Saint-Louis
8 reviews
Sainte Chapelle is a true Gothic masterpiece located on Île de la Cité — Afar Magazine
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Ile de la Cite / Ile Saint-Louis
7 reviews
Seen from a distance, the mismatched spires and dazzling silhouette of Chartres cathedral burst out of the Beauce cornfields and dominate the skyline... — Time Out
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Champs-Élysées
7 reviews
Situated at the top of the Champs-Élysées, this arch occupies the centre of the Place Charles-de-Gaulle, which opens out onto 12 wide avenues. — Michelin Guide
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Belleville / Pere Lachaise
10 reviews
Bring a red rose for "the Little Sparrow" Edith Piaf when you visit the cobblestone avenues and towering trees that make this 118-acre oasis of green perhaps the world's most famous cemetery. — Fodor's
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Le Marais
8 reviews
The oldest square in Paris and—dare we say it?—the most beautiful, the Place des Vosges represents an early stab at urban planning. — Fodor's
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Passy
8 reviews
A few years ago the underrated Marmottan tacked "Monet" onto its official name—and justly so, as this is the largest collection of the artist's works anywhere. — Fodor's
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Opera / Bourse
9 reviews
During the renovations of Paris in the late 1800s, few monuments constructed could equal the grandeur of the palatial Opera Garnier. — Travel + Leisure
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
8 reviews
No one could imagine Paris today without its signature spire. — Lonely Planet
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Quartier Latin
8 reviews
Opened in 1640 and once known as the Jardin du Roi (or King's Garden), this sprawling patch of greenery is a neighborhood gem. — Fodor's
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Trocadero
11 reviews
After lying dormant for several years, this Art Moderne gallery burst back onto the scene under the edgy aegis of curators Nicolas Bourriaud and Jérôme Sans. — Concierge
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
10 reviews
Exhibits mix artifacts from antiquity to the modern age, such as funeral masks from Melanesia, Siberian shaman drums, Indonesian textiles, and African statuary. — Fodor's
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Le Marais
8 reviews
The European House of Photography, housed in the overly renovated Hôtel Hénault de Cantorbe (dating – believe it or not – from the early 18th century), has cutting-edge temporary exhibits. — Lonely Planet
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Trocadero
5 reviews
This is one of the most beautiful Asian museums in the world, and it houses one of the world's finest collections of Asian art. — Frommer's
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L'Europe
6 reviews
This sumptuous residence built in 1875 for the banker Edouard André houses the collection he made with his wife, Nélie Jacquemart, a painter. — Michelin Guide
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Montparnasse
7 reviews
The bones of more than 6 million Parisians, including Rabelais, Robespierre and Danton, are buried in the network of tunnels that underlies most of the city. — Afar Magazine
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