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Tourist attractions in Paris France - Page 12

Paris has many different tourist attractions you can visit throughout the year, including some that are only around for 4 weeks, like the Paris beaches along the River Seine, or one of the temporary exhibitions at one of the many museum or cultural centres, and this on top of the more well known attractions in Paris.

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Paris Plages Beaches in Paris
Considering Paris is nowhere near the coast, the idea of creating beaches in Paris was rather unusual, yet started in 2002 the concept has expanded.

Place de la Bataille de Stalingrad Square In Paris France
Named after the Battle of Stalingrad, this historical square in Paris is located at an intersection between the Canal de l’Ourcq and the Canal Saint-Martin.

  -  History of La Rotonde de la Villette

La Rotonde de la Villette  Brasserie, Bar and Club in Paris
The Rotonde de la Villette restaurant is by Bassin de la Villette and is a brasserie, bar, restaurant and music venue, that has a terrace overlooking the canal.

The Hotel Lamoignon Mansion House In Paris
Hotel Lamoignon is one of the oldest mansion houses in Marais and is home to the Bibliotheque Historique de la Ville de Paris or historical library of Paris.

Pavillon de l’Eau Water Museum in Paris
The Water Pavilion is a museum in Paris and a centre for documentation and advice on the water of Paris, plus also holds a permanent and temporary exhibition.

Bibliotheque Historique de la Ville de Paris Library
Even though this is classed as a public library, it is more of a museum in Paris dedicated to the history of Paris that was started in 1872 by Jules Cousin.

  -  History of the Bibliotheque Historique de la Ville de Paris

The Manufacture des Gobelins Tapestry Museum in Paris
Established in the 1600s, the Gobelins factory produced furnishings in the forms of tapestries intended for the royal houses, which still continues this today.

Le Zebre de Belleville Circus Cabaret in Paris
This cabaret in Paris is suitable for all ages, even young children, with entertainment like a dinner show and a circus cabaret with magic at your table.

Musee de Cluny or Musee du Moyen Age Museum in Paris
This museum in Paris is ideal for those who love history, as it is classed as the Museum of the Middle Ages and has artefacts from jewellery to tapestries.

Thermes de Cluny Roman Baths In Paris
The Thermes de Cluny are the ruins of the Gallo-Roman thermal baths constructed in approximately the 3rd century and are the best preserved in the city.

Place Saint-Michel Square in Paris
This square in Paris is most well known for its fountain called Saint Michaels Fountain, which is actually the highest fountain in Paris.

  -  Photos of Saint Michael square

The Fontaine Saint-Michel Fountain in Paris
Fontaine Saint-Michel was completed in 1860 is the tallest fountain in Paris, which was designed by Gabriel Davioud, and is dedicated to the Arc Angel Michael.

  -  Photos of Fontaine Saint-Michel

The Brasil Tropical Dinner And Cabaret In Paris
The Brasil tropical will make you feel like you are at a carnival in Rio with the traditional Brazilian cooking through to salsa and lambada with dinner and DJ.

La Maison de la Bretagne Cultural Centre In Paris
This cultural centre in Paris provides tourist information on the Brittany region of France, plus has temporary exhibitions, hosts mini concerts, meetings, etc.

Fauchon Cafe In Paris
Fauchon in Paris sells gourmet products from their delicatessen, plus you are able to enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea with cakes and pastries and dinner.

Fauchon Gourmet Food Boutique In Paris
Fauchon has become an icon for gourmet foods and delicacies, where you can discover a delicatessen, patisserie, gift shop and the impressive Fauchon cafe.

  -  History of Fauchon

Place de la Madeleine Square in Paris
This square in Paris is probably most well known for the impressive Madeleine church, however it is also home to gourmet boutiques and restaurants like Fauchon.

Hediard Boutique and Restaurant in Paris
The Hediard is a boutique and restaurant in Paris that provides gourmet products and French delicacies like the finest Foie Gras and best of caviars since 1854.

  -  History of the Hediard Boutique

La Maison de la Truffe Gourmet Truffle Shop and Restaurant in Paris
Paris has many different tourist attractions you can visit all year, even some that are only around for 4 weeks, like the Paris beaches along the River Seine.

The Pinacotheque de Paris Museums
There are two Pinacotheque museums in Paris, one that holds the permanent art displays, and the other that holds diverse and fascinating temporary exhibitions.

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