- Address: 129 Rue de Grenelle, Paris, France
- Hours: Oct 1st - March 31st, Mon - Sat: 10am-5pm and Sun: 10am - 5:30pm April 1st - June 14th, Sep 16th - Sep 30th from Mon - Sat: 10am - 6:30pm June 15th - Sep15th Every Day: 10am - 7pm
- Admission: Full Fee: 9 € and Under 18 years: Free
Interestingly, this is not the original resting place of Emporer Napoléon; he died in 1821 while in exile on the island of St Helena, and was buried in an anonymous tomb. It was not until 1840 that his remains were brought back to France, complete with a funeral procession down the Champs-Élysées before being interred at Les Invalides.
Intra-city travel within Paris is obnoxiously expensive! This provides you with Metro passes which you can utilize and save up on a lot of money! If you are not looking to splurge on travel within the city, then you definitely need to get these passes. Additionally, you get Skip The Line passes to various historical sights in the city which is a life saver as some of the tourist attractions can be very, very crowded! Also, you get a Bateaux Parisian boat ride which is worth taking!
We were able to get into several museums bypassing the long lines. The second day was capped off with a boat ride down the Seine which was included I the pass.
The best deal in Paris, especially if you aree me would love to see museum