Villa Opera Lamartine

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

39, Rue Lamartine, Paris, 75009, France
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Excellent
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Very Good
22%
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Average
25%
9
Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 24% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Online tickets to the Louvre.

by FraMauro

I was trying to book tickets online at the Louvre website and found that there were 3 links. Travelweb only delivers to US addresses and the other 2 are in French. How can I view the site in English? I am trying to book for the reduced fare (Wed/Fri only). Are these tickets valid only for a specific date or can I use them on any Wed/Fri. I also noticed that entry to the Arc de Triomphe is also free on the first sunday of the month. So, which one should I go for in terms of crowds/lines etc.

Thanks a ton

Re: Online tickets to the Louvre.

by riorich55

My wife and I went to the Louvre on the first Sunday in October 2008. We arrived around 1:00 p.m. through the subway entrance which was much easier and faster then through the Pyramid main entrance. In a little over 3 hours we saw quite a bit (although it would take many days if one was really into studying all the great art there). This was only my 3rd trip to an art museum (the first one being in London and the 2nd the day before to the Musee d'Orsay) but I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

You are surrounded by art all throughout from the floors to the ceilings. Pick up a book on the Louvre before you go to make it that much more meaningful. On the first Sunday (FREE) of the month there were crowds, but it was only around the main exhibits (the Mona Lisa) that you really felt the crowds around you, other then that it didn't seem any more crowded then what I expected.

Re: Online tickets to the Louvre.

by Beausoleil

If you are there on a first Sunday, use that to go to the Louvre. In the Louvre, zip around to the Porte des Lions entrance and you will go right in . . . the lines are at the Pyramid. The aforementioned Metro entrance is also much less crowded. We did a first Sunday in May last year and it was VERY crowded even in less popular museum sections. It was not so crowded we could not enjoy it though. Just keep telling yourself you are in the Louvre for free. LOL

Travel Tips for Paris

Go to the Eiffeltower...

by sandravdp

Go to the Eiffeltower ofcourse! You can go on it by one of the four elevators (you must wait very long) or go by stairs (a big climb, but you don't have to wait). Just before reaching the top there is a nice restaurant in the Eiffeltower.
Furthermore: Visit centre Pompidou artsmuseum and the crazy artfountain next to it. Go to the Louvre museum where Mona Lisa smiles at you and go watch the arts markets at Mont Martre. You can also pay a visit to the Sacre Coeur church here where the doves eat from your hand. Also Nice is shopping at the Champs Elysees, one of the biggest lanes in Europe. Going to Paris at Christmas and then visit the Champs Elysees where the lights are in the snowy trees

One of my favorite views (and now, fish)

by ExGuyParis

You could spend weeks in Paris just appreciating different views of the big metal tower you see in the background. This view is from the Palais de Chaillot at Trocadéro.

To discover this view, take the Métro to Trocadéro and Walk to the Palais de Chaillot. As you enter the center opening of the Palais, between the two separate curved wings, this view will greet you.

And now, after 21 years, L'aquarium du Trocadéro has reopened; if seeing sea life strikes your fancy, go down the stairs to the left of the Palais de Chaillot (With the word "Cineaqua"). Be prepared to fork over a hefty pile of money-- 19 € per person, and once all the big fish arrive in a few weeks, 25 € per person! For that, you get to hang out with 15,000 fish and watch some movies.

In the 60's, l'aquarium du Trocadéro was billed as the largest in the world. Now it is billed as the most expensive!

Hotel des Invalides

by JUNLI

Hotel des Invalides
The last resting place of Napoleon Bonaparte and one of the world's most comprehensive museums of military history.

The coffin of Napoleon Tomb is even big enough to contain an elephant. :-) So, why the French chose such a big one for the short Napoleon?

Dont go by the dumb American...

by Allycat

Dont go by the dumb American principle of 15% tip regardless. This is moral cowardice. Make a statement in your tipping! Tip like you mean it. If you get lousy service, leave nothing. If the service was good, but the food indifferent, leave at least 20 francs (sorry, 3.0492 Euros); it probably wasnt the waiters fault, he did his best. If service was good, the waiter pleasant, and the food great, show your appreciation; 50-100 francs. Dont
overtip, however; its considered vulgar.

Learn some French. The French are terrified of losing their cultural identity under the Anglo-Saxon 'steamroller', and object to visitors insisting on ignoring their superb language.
Speak a few words of French at the outset; dont worry if your pronounciation isnt great, the effort will be appreciated.

XVIth - Roland Garros, the French Open

by Maillekeukeul

The beginning of the French Open of Roland Garros usually precedes the sunshining times in Paris... The tennis courts are situated at the Porte de Saint Cloud, in the XVIth district... And even teddy bears take some time to watch the best tennis players on TV...

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Address: 39, Rue Lamartine, Paris, 75009, France