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Paris Illuminations Night Tour
"Watch Paris sparkle as the sun sets and day turns to night on this 1.5-hour illuminations tour. Learn about the sights as you cruise down Paris’ tree-lined boulevards past animated cafes historic attractions monuments and squares. Ride through Place Vendôme and Opéra and down Rue de Rivoli to the Louvre. View Hôtel de Ville Place de la Concorde Notre Dame and the Grand Palais and Petit Palais and cross Pont Neuf to St-Germain-des-Près. Travel down the Champs-Elysées to l’Arc de Triomphe and loop back to Trocadéro for a stunning view of the glittering Eiffel Tower. Then pass Les Invalides
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Segway Tours in Paris
"We do mini groups(private tours) that means:It is all about your security. In a small group a guide always controls the situation and if necessary reacts immediately. We have new Segways! All our Segways were made in 2015. Small group has more mobility and we can go around the city much faster without waiting for the rest of the group who didn`t have time to cross a street to green light. It is easy to take photos! In a small group a guide will help you to take unforgettable photos in Paris and once again much faster than in a big group. The stops we do on our way are optimized according to the available time. We won`t let you be bored after providing you with interesting information about a sight
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Seine River Cruise and Paris Illuminations Tour
"During the summer months (April – Oct) when it doesn’t get dark until later you’ll start with a Seine cruise and end with an illuminations tour. You’ll follow the reverse itinerary in the winter months (Nov – March). Below are sample summer itineraries. Choose a standard or small-group tour.Seine Cruise and Standard Tour by you’ll be taken to the Bateaux Parisiens boarding point for your 1-hour narrated cruise along the Seine. Sit back and admire the waterfront sights including the Eiffel Tower and Il de la Cité where you’ll see Notre Dame and the Conciergerie. Back at the dock you’ll be escorted to a coach for your 1.5-hour illuminations tour. Learn about the history of Paris’ most famous monuments as you ride through the glittering city past the sights you saw on the Seine plus the Opéra Rue de Rivoli
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Petit Palais Museum - 19th Century art.

The most remarkable work of this museum, at least in my opinion, is a statue in room 1: “Woman with monkey” by Camille Alaphilippe from 1908 (photo 1).This rather unknown French artist had a very good...
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breughel
Feb 03, 2015

Petit Palais Museum - Introduction.

I could say that the "Musée des Beaux Arts de la Ville de Paris" is a mini Louvre plus Orsay with free admission and open on Tuesday when the Louvre is closed.The building himself is part of a...
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breughel
Jan 03, 2015

Petit Palais museum - Ground floor.

When I wrote in my introduction that the "Musée des Beaux de la Ville de Paris" is a mini Louvre (open on Tuesday) this becomes quite apparent as soon as the visitor goes down the ground floor. One...
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breughel
Jun 25, 2013

Petit Palais, Fine Arts Museum

The Petit Palais (Small Palace), like the Grand Palais just across the street, was built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. Since 1902, the Petit Palais has been the home of the Fine Arts Museum of...
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Nemorino
Jun 05, 2013

PETIT PALACE

The Petit Palace is located opposite the Grand Palace.I am so glad it is still standing, what a shame it would have been to had this building demolished, yes - that is true! I found it very hard to...
balhannah
Mar 09, 2013

PETIT PALAIS

The Petit Palais along with the Grand Palais was built for the universal exhibition of 1900. The purpose of the Petit Palais was to display French art at the exhibition. It now houses the “Musee des...
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alyf1961
May 11, 2012

Petit Palais

Free admission to the permanent collections.Petit Palais (Small Palace) is a museum that houses both permanent collections and temporary collections.We did not visit the collections as we didn't have...
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walterwu
Aug 29, 2011

The Petit Palais

The Petit Palais (Small Palace) - a museum in Paris which was built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900 . Now is the houses the City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts.The museum diplays paintings by...
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kris-t
Oct 31, 2010

Petit Palais, Grand musee

This museum presents art works from Antiquity to 1900.Open from 10 AM to 6 PM for permanent exibit (8PM on Thursday for temporary exibits)Closed on Monday.The entrance is free for permanent exibit.It...
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GUYON
Apr 26, 2009

Petit Palais: See the Artwork on View

The entry to the Petit Palais is free. On exhibit are the Beaux Arts Collections of the City of Paris (remember that as a city museum, it is closed on Monday!!!). The collections run into the 19C....
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hquittner
Jan 11, 2008

Petit Palais: See the Interior and Courtyard

Upon entering , one encounters a series of vestibules and corridors finished in lush decor with symbolically painted ceilings-quite palatial- and on one floor (petit). The adjoining rooms are filled...
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hquittner
Jan 11, 2008

Le Petit Palais: The Exterior

It was built 1897-1900 for the Exposition Universelle (World Fair ) of1900 along with the Grand Palais across the stree and the Pont Alxeandre-III just to the South. The architect was Charles Girault...
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hquittner
Jan 10, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Petit Palais

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Grand Palais

Back on the Hop on/off Bus again, and now we are heading back along the Champs Elysees to Stop 8 at the Grand Palais. We alighted here as there were several sights to see. The Grand Palais (Big...
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Grands Boulevards

You could walk for ages in this area, its really bustling and lively! There are plenty of bars, cafes, restaurants and shops...if you walk a bit further you will come to the opera house and the...
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Pont Alexandre III

among the 37 bridges along the Seine River along Paris is the Pont Alexandre III, which is the most artistic of the seine bridges. This bridge connects the Champs-Élysées quarter with those of the...
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Palais de la Découverte

The Palace of Discovery (Palais de la Découverte) is a science museum located in the west wing of the Grand Palais. The museum was founded in 1937, and in 2010 it was merged, for administrative...
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Pont Invalides

The Pont Invalides is one of the 37 bridges that span the Seine River along Paris and is the first bridge along the Seine you would encounter if you go on a Seine River Tour via the Bateaux Mouches...
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Place de la Concorde

This is the biggest square of Paris. Its position is strategic for tourists infact at west you find Champs Elysees, at east the Tuileries gardens where you find the Orangerie museum. At north...
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Getting to Petit Palais

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Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris

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  • Sunday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 18:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 18:00

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