Tourist attractions in Paris France - Page 3
You will find many different tourist attractions in Paris that you can visit when on holiday in France, with many of these that have played a major role within the history of Paris, just like the Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur Basilica, The Louvre Museum, Les Invalides which also holds the Tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte I, along with many more tourist attractions to discover whilst on holiday in Paris.
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The Notre Dame de Paris is a major tourist attractions in Paris for its fabulous architecture and the history, yet the Notre Dame Cathedral is still a place of worship that attracts millions of visitors each year on a pilgrimage, which is why this sacred monument in Paris still conducts services and Mass every day.
The Notre Dame de Paris organises guided tours throughout the year in different languages and are available completely free of charge to anyone on holiday in Paris, and they present the spiritual message of the Cathedral through its architecture, history, the sculptures, the glass windows and much more.
The chiming from the bells at Notre Dame Cathedral has been enhanced over the centuries due to the influence and importance of this historical building, and eventually there were eight bells in the North Tower, two Great Bells in the South Tower, seven bells in the spire and an additional three bells for the clock.
The Crown of Thorns, that is now held at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, has been the object of Christian prayer for more than sixteen centuries, and yet, even though there have been numerous studies along with historical and scientific research on this famous relic, the authenticity of it still cannot truly be certified.
The Moulin Rouge has become one of the icons in Paris and this is a cabaret venue, which many think of as the home of the French Cancan, and even today, after well over 100 years, it still attracts visitors from all over the world that want to experience this famous tourist attraction in Paris.
- History Of The Moulin Rouge
The Musee de Notre Dame de Paris or Musee Notre-Dame, is a small museum in Paris that provides exhibits including old drawings, plans and engravings that reveal some of the mysteries and development stages of Notre Dame Cathedral.
Located under the square at the foot of the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral you will be able to visit an archaeological crypt that provides a display of remains found during excavations and an overview of urban and architectural development of the historical city of Paris.
The Cite des Sciences is the largest science museum in Europe and the fifth most visited museum in Paris, and can be found in the Parc de la Villette.
- Photos of Cite des Sciences
- Exhibitions at the Cite des Sciences
- History and Facts about the Cite des Sciences
The Musee du Vin is the wine museum in Paris that is situated within the vaulted wine cellars and old limestone quarry tunnels in an unusual yet very historical setting, where you can get to learn more about French wines.
- History Of Musee du Vin Wine Museum
- The Musee du Vin Restaurant Les Echansons
The Barrio Latino night club has become a popular place for its Latin music, the Salsa dancing and Latin style South American cuisine served in the restaurant and bar, which is spread over an area of around 3000 metres squared over four floors that are linked by a very impressive and imposing staircase.
The official names for the Opera Bastille are Opera National de Paris Bastille and the L’Opera de la Bastille, but most people know it by its shortened version of just Opera Bastille and this was originally meant to replace the Opera Garnier.
- History of the Opera Bastille in Paris
The Double Fond is a café come theatre in Paris which was the brainchild of Dominique Duvivieris, who made this venue dedicated to magic shows and over the years it has become known as a Premier Club of Magic in Europe that attracts thousands of visitors and professionals every year.
This entertainment venue in Paris called Wanderlust has concerts, restaurant, nightclub, workshops, even fashion shows, all at Les Docks.
The Flamme de la Liberte, which basically translates to Liberty Flame, is just one of the many monuments in Paris, but it has became most well known as a stele or commemorative monument as a tribute to Princess Diana after her death in the car accident in Paris.
Carette has become one of the most well known pastry houses in Paris since it first started out as Carette Place du Trocadero back in 1927, have now opened another brasserie style café on the Place des Vosges in Paris.
The Musee des Egouts literally translates to museum of sewers and is an unusual type of museum to visit whilst you are on holiday in Paris, but provides a fascinating look at how the sewage system in Paris developed from its very humble beginnings through to present day.
This particular museum in Paris is actually dedicated to three different people, the first is the artist Ary Scheffer, then you have the romantic writer George Sand and the philosopher and writer Ernest Renan.
The Bel Canto is a unique place to go for an evening out in Paris, as you will be able to enjoy a fine dining experience with gourmet a la carte cuisine that is accompanied by incredible opera singers who are also your waiters and waitresses.
The Musee Jacquemart-Andre Museum is located in a sumptuous palace mansion house that was built in the 19th century on the prestigious Boulevard Haussmann for Edouard Andre, and provides a fascinating journey through art works collected by him and his wife Nelie Jacquemart.
- History of Musee Jacquemart-Andre
- Discovering the Rooms at the Musee Jacquemart Andre
- Jacquemart Andre Tea Room and Cafe
The refined decor of the Buddha-Bar restaurant in Paris has subtle amber coloured lighting and chandeliers with rich mahogany furniture, luxury fabrics, and decorated wood panels, with the colour scheme utilising rich reds and gold colours to provide you with the feelings of luxury, refinement and intimacy.
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