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Musée du Quai Branly

Paris is full of art and antiquities – Greek, Roman, Renaissance, Modernist, painting, sculpture – after a while it can all become a bit overwhelming. The ...  Read more

Musée Edith Piaf

Legendary French songstress Edith Piaf has had a bit of a comeback of late, immortalized on screen by the Oscar-winning Marion Cotillard in the 2007 film ‘La ...  Read more

Musée Marmottan

Housed in the former hunting lodge of the Duke of Valmy, a lavish 19th-century mansion in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, the Musée Marmottan, or the ...  Read more

Museum of Natural History (Musee d'Histoire Naturelle)

Founded during the French Revolution in 1793, the Museum of Natural History, or Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, took over the grounds of Louis XIII’s Royal ...  Read more

Odéon, Théatre de L'Europe

Designed by architects Marie-Joseph Peyre and Charles de Wailly, the Odeon, Théatre de L'Europe, or the European Theatre of Paris, was opened by ...  Read more

Palais du Luxembourg

The Palais du Luxembourg has a storied history as the early 16th-century home of Maria de Medici, the Italian wife of French King Henry IV. Today, it is home ...  Read more

Parc des Buttes Chaumont

One of Paris' most picturesque picnic spots, the tree-lined Parc des Buttes Chaumont was commissioned by Napoleon III back in 1867, adding a welcome splash of ...  Read more

Parc Floral de Paris

Nestled in the center of the Bois de Vincennes (Vincennes Woods), the Parc Floral de Paris encompasses a 35-hectare stretch in the grounds of the Château ...  Read more

Parc Monceau

Established by Phillippe d’Orleans, the Duke of Chartres and cousin of King Louis XVI, Parc Monceau lies in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, stretching 8.2 ...  Read more

Pigalle

Cue up a chorus of 'Voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir?,' pull on your Moulin-Rouge-esque fishnet stockings and head down to the Parisian district of ...  Read more

Pont Alexandre III

Arguably the most beautiful bridge in Paris, Pont Alexandre III was inaugurated in 1900 and crosses the Seine from Le Grand Palais to Invalides. If it looks ...  Read more

Shakespeare and Company Bookstore

Paris’ most famous independent bookstore, dating back to 1919, Shakespeare and Company Bookstore is renowned as the one-time haunt of literary icons like Ezra ...  Read more

Stade Roland Garros

The iconic clay courts of the Stade de Roland Garros should be familiar to any tennis fan. In fact, the French Open is called the Roland Garros Tournament in ...  Read more

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