Not to repeat what may look...
Not to repeat what may look too obvious, try visiting the following landmarks :
Climb the Eiffel tower, the view from there is magnificient, or at least go an see it up close,
Walk the Champs Élysées from the Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe,
Visit the Louvre, spend a day or jog it, but go,
Go climb the stairs of Montmartre and visit the church and the ajoined plaza with shops and restaurants,
Walk the tunnel to the Arc de Triomphe, and climb it at night to look at the view,
Visit Les Invalides where Napoléon's coffin and the war museum is located,
Visit the Rodin museum and its garden, so beautiful!!!,
Visit the Musée d'Orsay,
Visit the Cimetary du Père Lachaise, one of greatest in the world,
Visit the Centre Pompidou,
Visit la Bastille,
Visit la Conciègerie,
Visit Place Vendome with its stores and restaurants,
Visit les Jardins du Luxembourg and read a book,
Visit Notre-Dame cathedral and climb the tower for the view,
Visit the catacombes, the crypt if you feel like it,
Visit the Galeries Lafayette, the Printemps store,
Visit the Palais de Chaillot,
Visit la Défense (although it's not much),
You won't get bored in Paris, I guaranty it.
SAINT GERMAIN AREA
MUSEE D'ORSAY 10am-6pm 'beautiful)
LES NUITS D'ETE 22 rue de Beaune 12h-19h
PALAIS de l'INSTITUT 23 quai de Conti
CAFE DE FLORE 172, Bd St germain
LES 2 MAGOTS 170, Bd St Germain CAFE DE FLORE is so nice
This May I was in Paris with my friends and none of us speak French. We ask some French woman for a direction in English, and she just started waving her hands meaning "Don't speak English to me. Just go away". It was really rude. And the French in the hotel we stood were nothing better. They understand what you are saying but they are not responding. They either ignore you, or if it's convenient for them they'll just point at sth. No words uttered.
However, I guess not all French are alike, but... that was my experience.
Hope you'll have a great time :)
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Bookstore with the secret
This bookstore is near the church of Notre Dame de Paris. You can find many interesting books there. However, the main secret of this place is the possibility for prospective writers. The owner of this bookstore gives shelter to people free. The main condition is starting write person’s biography and later story or poem. 4-6 people are living in this bookstore constantly.