Pere-Lachaise Cemetery

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 7 publications
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Top 1% in Paris About the TripExpert Score

7 expert recommendations


Afar Magazine

Most folks who visit the Père Lachaise cemetery, Paris's largest burial ground, make a beeline for the graves of two icons: Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison. And while you can no longer kiss... Full review →


Fodor's Tick@2x Choice

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. Full review →


Frommer's 34

When it comes to name-dropping, this cemetery knows no peer; it has been called the "grandest address in Paris." Full review →


Lonely Planet Tick@2x Top Choice

The world’s most visited cemetery, Père Lachaise (named after a confessor of Louis XIV) opened its one-way doors in 1804. Full review →


Michelin Guide 54

This cemetery is the largest in Paris. The uneven ground and the abundant willows, maples and cypress mitigate the funerary character of the place. Full review →


Not For Tourists

Beautiful and quiet place. Very quiet... Full review →


Travel + Leisure

The most famous cemetery in Paris, and one of the most recognizable in the world, Pere Lachaise is the final resting place for many celebrities. Visitors can wander the mausoleums and... Full review →

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