Tourist attractions in Paris France - Page 7
Anyone of any age or interest can find many different tourist attractions to visit when on holiday in Paris, just like the Palais de la Decouverte science museum that is located in the Grand Palais where they hold numerous shows and exhibitions, or how about taking a cruise on the River Seine to see the monuments all lit up.
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This museum in Paris is dedicated to the French artist and sculptor Antoine Bourdelle and is within the apartment and studio in the Montparnasse area.
- Antoine Bourdelle and History of the Musee Bourdelle
The first tourist attraction most people want to visit when on holiday in Paris is the Eiffel Tower with many visiting the Champagne Bar located on the top floor.
The Beateau-Mouches in Paris provides pleasure cruises and dinner cruises on the River Seine as you pass many tourist attractions along its way.
- Photos of Beateau-Mouches
- History on the Bateaux-Mouches
The MiniPalais is a lounge style restaurant in Paris that is within the Grand Palais, that gives views of the Alexander III bridge that crosses the River Seine.
Stade Roland Garros Stadium in Paris is host to the French Internationals, the French Open tennis championships and the Grand Slam of tennis.
- History of the Stade Roland Garros Stadium
Tenniseum also known as Musee du Tennis, Musee de Roland Garros or Musee de la Federation Francaise de Tennis and is a museum in Paris dedicated to Tennis.
The Jardin Catherine Laboure garden in Paris is only a short walk from the Musee Rodin and Les Invalides that holds the Tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte I.
The Memorial des Martyrs de la Deportation is a monument in Paris that remembers those who were deported to concentration camps during World War II.
- Photos of Memorial des Martyrs de la Deportation
La Mere Catherine is classed as a bistro in Paris that was originally founded back in 1793 in the Montmartre area close to the famous Place du Tertre square.
The Place du Tertre is within the Montmartre area of Paris only a short walk from the Sacre Coeur Basilica and many other tourist attractions and museums.
La Cremaillere 1900 is in the Montmartre area by the Place du Tertre, and this restaurant in Paris is also a cabaret venue that has a beautiful private garden.
There are many different chapels and churches like the Chapelle Notre de la Medaille Miraculeuse, which is run by the Sisters of Charity and dates back to 1813.
This memorial is dedicated to the soldiers and fighters who lost their lives fighting for France during the war of Algeria and battles of Morocco and Tunisia.
- Photos of Memorial National de la Guerre d'Algerie
The Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre is one of the oldest churches in Paris constructed back in the 1100s, and is just behind the Sacre Coeur Basilica.
Bercy area in Paris became the largest wine market worldwide plus was home to fairgrounds and other entertainment, and today has been completely revamped.
- Photos of Bercy Village
Through the efforts of Jean Paul Favand who collect antique fairground rides and fun fair attractions, there is now a museum called the Musee des Arts Forains.
- History of Musee des Arts Forains and Fun Fairs
The Pavillons de Bercy are restored wine cellars from the Bercy area of Paris that now also holds a fairground museum called the Musee des Arts Forains.
Located next to Parc de Bercy, the Chai 33 is a modern chic restaurant that has fabulous wine cellars where you can choose your own bottle of wine.
The Maison du Jardinage is within the Parc de Bercy and is a historical building that has been fully restored and now has exhibitions relating to gardening.
- Photos of Maison du Jardinage
Parc de Bercy park in Paris runs along side the River Seine and was only opened in 1990 after the Bercy area was redeveloped, yet it still retains its history.
- Photos of Parc de Bercy
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