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Top 10 Things To Do in Paris

Updated on September 23, 2016

Paris France - How I Love Thee!

Oui Oui Paree! You'll fall in love with this romantic city more and more the longer you stay to explore its sights and take in the French culture. Paris simply has a certain je ne sais quoi - that special something that you can't quite put your finger on, but whatever it is, it makes you want to linger in Paris for as long as possible.

Unfortunately, most tourists going to Paris have a very limited amount of time to see all the sights so here are my Top 10 Favorite Things To Do. At the end of the lens, I've added a bonus section that outlines a few more adventures for those who are going to Paris for a bit longer. No matter what you choose to do in Paris, you can't go wrong because the Parisian people are so exuberant, romantic, and full of life that you can't help but feel the same way.

Cheers and enjoy your travels!

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#1 Open Double Decker Bus Tour

A bus tour is a MUST for all first time visitors to Paris. Do it your first day to get oriented to the city and to decide which things you'd like to go back and see on subsequent vacation days. I highly recommend the L'Open Tour which is an open deck tour so you can get an unobstructed view of the city. You can buy either a one or two day pass which allows you unlimited bus access to their 4 tour routes over the given time period. It is great because you can tour at your own pace hopping on and off as you desire. When you purchase tickets they supply a cheap set of headphones that can be plugged into jacks near the seats throughout the bus. The headphones carry commentaries about the various Paris sites along the tour routes in 8 different languages (French, English, Spanish, Japanese, German, Russian, Chinese and Italian basket). The buses drive by just about all of the major sites in Paris including Montemarte, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe and 50 other sites.

My Tips - Try to do the bus tour on weekdays or in the morning on weekends to avoid the heavy crowds. I've seen standing room only where buses are so full that people must stand for the entire tour. It takes the fun out of a leisurely tour of the city. Secondly, I noticed that on several of the buses, some of the headphone jacks did not broadcast the commentary so just switch seats and test the jacks until you find one that works. The commentary is really a necessity so you know what you are observing during the tour.

Paris Bus Tour Video

#2 Top of the Eiffel Tower

What would Paris be without the Eiffel Tower? Taking a ride on an elevator to one of the viewing platforms at the top of the tower is a must do for anyone visiting Paris. This iron icon was built in 1889 for a World's Fair that marked the 100 year celebration of the French Revolution. It was named after its builder, Gustave Eiffel.

Over 6 million people visit the Eiffel tower every year. Ticket booths at the base of the tower sell tickets for access to either the stairs or the elevator (lift) up and the three platforms at the top of the tower. The views from the highest platform are breathtaking. You can descend back down from the 2nd platform either via the lift or 340 steps. For specific ticket information and hours of operation, visit the Official Eiffel Tower Website.

My Tips - The elevator wait lines can be ridiculously long (especially during the high summer wedding) and tourist season so try to visit the tower either early in the morning or after 6 PM to avoid waiting countless hours in line. It seems that the lines are also shorter during the week than on weekends. It can get quite warm in summer so grabbing a Ben & Jerry's ice cream cone on the 2nd platform can be a welcome relief from the heat. If you want souvenirs featuring the Eiffel Tower, the gift basket and gift shop on the 2nd platform has one of the largest selections in Paris.

#3 Sunset River Cruise on the Seine

What better way to see the City of Lights (La Ville-lumière), than by cruising down the Seine River as the sun is setting over the Eiffel Tower and all the other sites of Paris?

Bateaux Parisien offers a Night Sightseeing cruise that departs right across the street from the Eiffel Tower and lasts approximately one hour. They cruise from the Eiffel past many of the major sights along the river to a bit past the Notre Dame Cathedral where they turn around and return to the departure point. This is the most affordable sunset cruise option, but there are also other dinner cruises available.

My Tips - Figure out what time the sun sets when you are visiting Paris. During my last visit, I was there in May and the sun was setting around 9:25. We took the 9 PM cruise so we could see the sunset and as an added bonus, the hour long cruise returned to the Eiffel Tower departure point around 10 PM so we could see the sparkling light display (10 minutes long) which happens on the hour. Timing is everything when it comes to the sunset cruise so be sure to give yourself plenty of time to get from the hotel to the departure point to buy tickets before they sell out. The other advantage of early arrival is that you can get seats at the back of the boat which is open (not enclosed by glass). It is the best spot for taking great photos of the illuminated buildings and the sunset.

#4 Notre Dame Cathedral

One of the most enduring symbols of Paris, the Notre Dame Cathedral sits on the eastern half of the Ãle de la Cité (one of the natural islands in the Seine River). Begun in 1163 and finished in 1345, this cathedral is a sight to behold with its French Gothic Architecture. It features flying buttresses, portals surrounded by ornate carvings and many gargoyles on the roof.

Taking a walk around the entire cathedral, touring the interior, and walking up the 387 steps to the top of the towers should be on the list of things to do for every Parisian tourist. The climb to the top of the towers can be exhausting, but is well worth the effort to get a panoramic view of the area and see all those famous gargoyles up close (enter through a separate door to the left of the facade as you face it). For detailed information about touring the Cathedral, visit their official website.

My tips - the best time to visit the cathedral is early morning when the sun is shining brightly on the western facade and the crowds are much thinner. The line for the tower climb can get long so again this is best undertaken in the morning or late afternoon when it is least crowded.

#5 Champs Elysees & Arc de Triomphe

Taking a walk down the city's most famous avenue (the Champs Elysees) to Napoleon's most notable legacy to Paris (the Arc de Triomphe) is a grand walk for anyone visiting the city. Unfortunately, the cobblestones and click clacks of horse drawn fairy tale carriages have been replaced by screeching cars and a line of chain restaurants along the Champs Elysees. Nevertheless, this famous street which extends from the Jardin de Tuileries to the Arc de Triomphe is worth a walk. The colossal arch itself was planned by Napoleon to commemorate all of his military successes (the names of generals are carved in the top and inside of the arch) and was completed in 1836. The arch stands a whopping 164 feet tall and holds the tomb of France's unknown soldier from WWI. You can access the arch via an underground passage and then climb to the platform via 284 steps or take a lift (and a few steps too).

#6 Sainte Chapelle Church

Near the Notre Dame Cathedral on the Ãle de la Cité island is a little Gothic gem known as Sainte Chapelle (Holy Church). Consisting of a plain lower chapel for servants and an ornate stained glass laden upper chapel (reserved for the king and court member), Sainte Chapelle was built around 1248. Nearly two-thirds of the stained-glass windows are authentic because they were removed during WWII. Much of the rest of the chapel had to be reconstructed due to damage during the French Revolution and WWII. Nevertheless, it is a stunning display of Gothic Architecture. For more information, visit the National Monuments Center's Website.

My Tips - Try to attend one of the regular, candlelit concerts for a special treat. At the very least, tour the interior. This is best done in the morning when it is least crowded.

#7 Les Invalides (Napoleon's Tomb)

Les Invalides (built in 1679) is a complex of buildings that house the military museums and monuments, a hospital and a retirement home for war veterans. The must see attraction at Les Invalides is the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte who died in 1821. A huge marble sarcophagus sits directly under the ornate, hand-painted chapel dome (designed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart and painted by Charles de La Fosse). Other members of Napoleon's family and many of France's war heroes are also buried here. For more information, visit

#8 Musee d'Orsay

Art lovers, especially those that are fans of impressionist paintings and marble sculptures, will go weak in the knees at the mention of the Musee d'Orsay. Housed in a former railway station, the museum holds French art dating from 1848 to 1915 with an extensive collection of paintings from Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Manet, Degas and so many more. The interior of the museum in and of itself is a work of art with breathtaking views from one end of the renovated Belle Epoque train station to the other. For more information about their collections, events, and visitor hours, go to the Orsay Museum's website.

My Tips - Give yourself plenty of time to explore the 3 floors of paintings, sculptures and furniture. It would be a shame to feel rushed when you are perusing works by some of the world's greatest artists. There is a great restaurant in the museum with huge glass windows offering panoramic views of the Seine river.

#9 The Louvre

The Louvre and its pyramid are synonymous with Paris. It opened to the public way back in 1793. The world's largest art museum holds some of the greatest works mankind has seen - from Da Vinci's Mona Lisa to the Venus de Milo to the Winged Victory. The problem is that the museum is so big that it can take several hours to make your way through the maze of corridors just to see those few pieces of artwork. The Louvre displays well over 35,000 pieces of artwork in eight curatorial departments (antiquities, sculptures, paintings, decorative arts, etc) so even if you spent a solid week at the museum, you still wouldn't see everything. The key is to have a game plan. Most people go for the highlight tour and when you purchase tickets, you'll receive a visitors map with the major treasures pointed out. Just get your bearings and enjoy. For more detailed information, visit the Louvre's Official Website.

My Tips - I personally found the museum's layout overwhelmingly complicated. So while I'm extremely glad that I 'did' the Louvre, I won't be going back. That said, I do believe that it is a must do on every tourists list. Just be sure that you have patience well in hand on the day you choose to visit. The entrance line just outside the large pyramid can get ridiculously long so try to go in the morning or after 4 PM when the museum is open late (currently on Wednesdays and Fridays) or enter the Louvre via the Carrousel which usually has a much shorter line.

#10 Montmarte & Sacre Coeur Basilica

Montmarte is an 130 meter tall hill in the north of Paris and is the highest point in the city. Atop the hill is the famous Sacré-Coeur Basilica whose white domes can be seen from many vantage points in the city. The basilica features both Romanesque and Byzantine architecture and was consecrated in 1919. The interior is large, but a bit on the gloomy side. You can climb to the top of the dome for breathtaking views of Paris. Visit Wikipedia for more information about the Basilica.

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5 More of My Favorite Things To Do in Paris

  • Musee de l'Orangerie which houses 8 of Monet's giant water lily paintings in semi-circular rooms. A must see for any Monet fan. Be sure to walk through the Jardin de Tuileries during your visit.
  • Musee Rodin displays works by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin. The extensive gardens hold many of his sculptures such as The Thinker.
  • Catacombs of Paris is a vast network of subterranean tunnels and caverns where the remains (bones) of many area churches were moved at the end of the 17th century.
  • Opera Garnier is Paris' 2200 seat opera house. The ornate interior will leave you speechless.
  • The Pointe of Ãle de la Cite just below Pont Neuf bridge is a delightful little park where you can sit in the middle of the Seine River to watch the boats and people. Just grab a sandwich for lunch and head down the steps for some quintessential Paris.

If You Love Paris, You'll Love Rome Too!

Check Out My Top 10 Things To Do in Rome lens!

Rome may not have the romance or green space you'll find in Paris, but there are still many great things to see and do. In fact, the sheer volume of things to do can be overwhelming. That said, it is a must see city for any world traveler. So when you are ready to plan your trip to Rome or if you just want to take a virtual tour, check out my Top 10 Things To Do in Rome hub which has tons of my personal photos along with my favorite activities!

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      lydia 3 years ago

      from nov. 3rd to nov. 7th 2014 we will go to paris which is only to days away and im just looking at sites to see in paris im in 7th grade and this is probally the best field trip ever

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      Nelly van der Werff 3 years ago from The Netherlands

      Great top 10. I always take those hop on-hop off bus tours first thing when I arrive in a new city to get a feel of the layout of the city.

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      terracroatia 3 years ago

      I will visit Paris in May the second time. Yes, visiting the Louvre needs plenty of time but I would suggest everyone to visit the Egyptian mummies there... they have been preserved in an amazing good condition. My other favourite place is Montmartre with its special atmosphere.

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      editionh 3 years ago

      We'll be there later this year again after more than 20 years...:).

      I have to check for the sunset tours on the river Seine...

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      Max Globe 3 years ago

      You know, this lens makes Paris seem like a new and fresh travel destination. Thank for the new look on the old city)

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      dianibeachkenya 4 years ago

      Very interesting destination, hopefully I can visit again

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      CodeNameRJ 4 years ago

      My little cousin went to Paris with his performing arts school...Lucky guy I tell you lol

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      Tom Christen 4 years ago from Switzerland/Ecuador

      Paris ist a wonderful city, thank you for sharing!

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      socialcx1 4 years ago

      My daughter got engaged there so saw some wonderful videos. One day!!!

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      seodress 4 years ago

      I love Paris.

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      natureadventure 4 years ago

      Well, it is great lens, provides lots of information, when I will be in Paris the I will re-read this lens as my guide book!!!

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      Barbara Walton 4 years ago from France

      Fabulous choices. Paris is so big and such a rich city culturally that it would take months to do it justice. So helpful to have a list of must-sees like this.

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      Ana Dilber 4 years ago

      Great lens. I have a similar on. Check it out:

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I want to take a trip to Paris, it looks really nice

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      loudsquid 4 years ago

      So interesting! Wish I could visit there someday

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      The Louvre is amazing - you can't visit Paris without spending a day there (at least!).

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      Sweetbunny LM 4 years ago

      Some day I hope to visit Paris and Rome! Thanks for this great Lens!

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      itravel2004 lm 4 years ago

      Nice Paris's article. Another thing I would like to do is stroll along La Seine either morning or evening or both. I

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      clairelynn 4 years ago

      Going to Paris in June and this lens makes me very excited. :)

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      absolutelycreat 4 years ago

      I sooo LOVE PARIS. My favorite place, but only went once in 2000 in November ( around Thanksgiving ). Try to be back in Spring this year. Thanks for sharing. Song in video is lovely romantic place.

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      Ben Reed 4 years ago from Redcar

      Thank you for sharing some wonderful views of Paris.

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      JerryWojo 4 years ago

      A visit to the Musee d'Orsay is defiantly on my to do list, Now I have to get to Paris. :) Loved the lens nice job.

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      ManfromModesto LM 4 years ago

      Can't wait to return to Paris. Strange that demons (gargoyles) are on a church supposedly committed to God... since making a likeness of things in the Heaven directly violates the 10 commandments. Something off there, don't ya think?

      A stroll along the rivers is also very nice.

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      madhawaranga 4 years ago

      I'v never been to other country, but dreaming of visiting paris. :)

      This article is very attractive and useful.

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      emmaheath 4 years ago

      I so agree with you about the Louvre layout being complicated! It's an exhausting endeavor. However, Musee d'Orsay is much more manageable and enjoyable. I also loved climbing the stairs in Notre Dame (OK, not the climbing part but the view from the top!). I'm going back to Paris later this year and looking forward to trying some of the other things on your lists, like the catacombs and the bus tour.

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      Aja103654 4 years ago

      I so wanna go to Paris someday!

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      chinaholiday 4 years ago

      beautiful places. Good travel lens.

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      KateHonebrink 5 years ago

      Ahh! Paris at Christmas - what an enchanting thought! Thanks so much for the virtual tour of Paris!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Iremember reading this Lens earlier in the year, it was brilliant then but even more brilliant now!! Nice work and well done

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      forextrading2000 5 years ago

      You have some great information here. What a fun lens.

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      MikeRobbers LM 5 years ago

      Possibly the best travel lens I've seen in Squidoo.. Well done!

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      pavlo-badovskyi 5 years ago

      FOr me PAris is the same as "love", "romance", "beauty". I wish to visit it some day. I was in many european cities but did not make it to Paris. Great lens!

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      SYC2002 5 years ago

      To go there and spend time with someone special in your life...

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      xtianfriborg13 5 years ago

      Pariiiiiiis! My dream destination!!

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      kabeelah 5 years ago

      Me too.... Paris here I come

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      If you're a fan of twentieth century art, visit the Centre Pompidou, museum of modern art.

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      Auriel 5 years ago

      wow! Paris..wonderful.

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      Gayle Dowell 5 years ago from Kansas

      Great picks. We took a side trip to the Palace of Versailles which was very much worth the money.

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      TravelEase 5 years ago

      I visited Paris almost 15 years ago and found the historical buildings and monument very grand and interesting.

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      canyonmarine 5 years ago

      I love Paris, I went there only one time and it was MAGNIFIQUE. hehe

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      jimmyboy88 5 years ago

      i think it would be having a alfresco meal at Paris :)

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      tanjunglesung 5 years ago

      i like city paris

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      menagement lm 5 years ago

      I'm heading to Paris in 4 days time! Will be sure to check out some of the listed places... Thanks!

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      chm-hd 5 years ago

      I wanna visit Paris soon, It's one of my favorites cities.

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      MegaLED 5 years ago

      thanks for sharing

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      EbooksFreeWeekl1 5 years ago

      Looks like I'll have to head to Paris sometime. Seeing places on TV doesn't do it justice. Thanks for this lens.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      My favorite thing to do in Paris is to hang out at a cafe and have a beverage, people-watch, and do some journaling.

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      rainykua 5 years ago

      I've never been to Paris or anywhere on the other side of the globe (I live in Asia). I'd love to go to Paris someday.:)

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      MikeRobbers LM 5 years ago

      I really enjoyed "visiting" Paris again through your beautiful photos and wonderfuldescriptions.. thanks!

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      AlexBPearl 5 years ago

      Eating. Definitely eating.

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      TopShelly 5 years ago

      You have to go visit the Palace of Versailles! It, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum are all musts.

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      JospehLau 5 years ago

      I love Paris!

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      romanabg 5 years ago

      I've been to Paris once and I'm planing to go back because the city is just amazing. My favourite thing was the Pere Lachaise cemetery and all the parks, streets, the feel, everything!

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      BryantMongan 5 years ago

      Definitely loved the Louvre when I visited in High School :)

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      fastpass2disney 5 years ago

      Great tips - thanks :)

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      MimayManalo 5 years ago

      its in my bucket list.. wew.. i love paris! thanks for sharing this very informative lens :)

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      Deadicated LM 5 years ago

      I've never been, but I really enjoyed your Lens and suggestions; I'd just love to draw and paint in the streets if I ever do go.

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      Sunflower2423 5 years ago

      Very nice lens. The Pictures are beautiful of Paris. I would love to go their someday to visit.

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      kathysart 5 years ago

      One of my goals is to go to Paris.. to see the Louvre most especially. Thank you for the great info on all of Paris. <3 Blessed!

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      Aileen1 5 years ago

      Visit the Eiffel Tower

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      MrMojo01 5 years ago

      Great list, I love Paris! I have done all ten!

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      Rosyel Sawali 5 years ago from Manila Philippines

      I dream of seeing all these one day! ^_^

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      mysweetjane lm 5 years ago

      beautiful lens!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great guide! Paris is one of our favourite European destinations.

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      MatijaB LM 5 years ago

      I love Paris.

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      eTravelSense 5 years ago

      Fantastic lens. Open top bus tour is definitely one to do and saves on transport around the city too!

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      Nightlife-Author 5 years ago

      good one

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      manutara69 5 years ago

      People watch. Building watch. Wishing that my watch would stop and time would stand still so I can have more time doing the first two things. Paris was a visual feast for me. I want more. I will definitely go back to visit.

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      malualhati 5 years ago

      aside from the romantic sunset seine river cruise & the eiffel tower, my husband & i had a fabulous time in the palace of versailles (hall of mirrors & gardens). nice lens!

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      itravel2004 lm 5 years ago

      Thanks for sharing your Top 10 Things To Do in Paris ...Eiffel Tower always my top favorite..and I also like Pont der Arts which is extremely romantic especially during sun set time...i will continue reading your Top 10 Things To Do in Rome tomorrow

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      acneanswers 5 years ago

      Ah brings back happy memories of holidays past. Love all the ideas you have. Couldn't agree more

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      msseiboi 5 years ago

      cool lens....

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      Paula7928 5 years ago

      I loved shopping at La Samaritaine and Galeries de Lafayette! Great lens. I love Paris.

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      acregmed 5 years ago

      I love Paris and I love your lens. I'm also great admirer of Napoleon I thus when I went to Paris my first activity getting off the train was to go Les Invalides very early in the morning, in second place definitely visiting Eiffel Tower but there are so many great places that is hard to say what I prefer the most!

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      NewUsedCarsSacramento 5 years ago

      thanks for this lens...I will remember..!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Awesome places. I want to visit in my life for once.

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      swathymenon 5 years ago

      Your photographs are lovely, and it's great fun to read about your lens. Thank you for sharing this with us. i just loved the sunset cruise, hope can visit the sunset cruise soon ...

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      vaigavenugopal 5 years ago

      Paris, really a romantic place. Before reading your lens i dont know much about this place. Now i decided to plan a trip to the same...Expecting more information...:)

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      Margaret Schindel 5 years ago from Massachusetts

      I haven't been to Paris for many, many years and enjoyed "visiting" again through your wonderful photos and descriptions. Blessed!

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      Caromite 5 years ago

      I've never been to Paris, but hopefully that will change :) I really enjoyed reading your lens, it's very well written and you have so much helpful informations to share! Thank you :)

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      lovemicheala 5 years ago

      I will live here one day :)

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      deandoit1947 5 years ago

      I love this lens you created. My grandson and I are in the process of planning a backpacking trip to Europe and Paris is on our itinerary. After viewing this lens we are both even more excited. Thank you for this wonderful lens! If you would like to check out our itinerary go to

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      sivadarsh1 5 years ago

      I guess the best idea in Paris is visiting the Eiffel tower. The views are amazing from the top. I'm definitely gonna have elevator view when i visit the tower and won't bother how long the waiting lines are..i just want to have the best time

      Thanks for sharing such wonderful idea..

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      tonyplaysthemambo 5 years ago

      You could spend an entire year in the Louvre and not see all that place has to offer. Great lens!

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      bjesparza 5 years ago

      Those are some great pictures!

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      Millionairemomma 5 years ago

      I really love this lens because I love Paris. What a lovely lens.

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      coolmon2009 lm 5 years ago

      Nice lens; hope to visit Europe soon

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      Wilf Catt 5 years ago from Leicester, England

      I also like the view from the top of Montparnasse Tower.

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      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      Go to Disney.

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      sandi_x 5 years ago

      I hope that next year I'll be able to visit Paris and climb the Eiffel tower.

      Great lens, thanks

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      Delia 5 years ago

      Thanks for the great Info! I will have to share this with my daughter.

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      atlanticheart 5 years ago

      Great lens! I've done 5 of the 10 things, in one day, so I'd love to come back and take some more time.

      The Pointe of Ãle de la Cité sounds lovely.

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      getwellsoon 5 years ago

      Would love to visit most of these things in Paris!

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      biggking lm 5 years ago

      thanks for the ideas!

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      kmyangel 5 years ago

      To visit Paris is one of my old dream ! I hope one day i will make a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Sanja94 5 years ago

      Great lens... I hope I will see all this places next year.

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      nicolasmith504 5 years ago

      Paris is most beautiful area i like to visit it and i would like to thanks to you provide this information about these places

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      JackieSonia 5 years ago

      Must climb up the Eiffel Tower like Lois Lane did in Superman. Great lens.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I have visited Paris only once (only once???) till now. I remember the walk from Louvre to Arc de Triomphe. It was drizzling lightly. It was a wonderful walk. I think I would like to do it once more. But with the sun shining.

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      sarahRplemm 5 years ago

      Paris is one of the best places in the world for Romantic Couples to visit and enjoy a lot. ;-)...