Top 70 Things to do in Paris
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61 (22) Disneyland Paris
62 (30) France Miniature (Little France)
Get an overview. See all of France extremely quickly.
63 (78) The Château de Rambouillet
The Chateau appeal the photographic qualities continue to be appreciated by the rich and powerful. In November 1975 the first "G6" summit was held here for the leaders of the world's leading industrialized countries.
64 Arc du Carrousel
A top the Arc du Carrousel rides a replica gilded bronze horse powered chariot driven by a Napoleon stand in, a popular form of transport before the invention of the motor car :)
65 Jardin des Plantes
One of the highlights of the Jardin des Plantes is a child happy making maze popular with adults. There’s also a small zoo containing some small animals in some small natural habitats.
66 Place de la Concorde
From the Place de la Concorde you are handily placed to see the Arc de Triomphe, the Madeleine and Tuileries. Palais Bourbon Assemblée Nationale can be seen across the Seine.
67 (105) National Museum of the Renaissance
The Musée National de la Renaissance at Château d’Écouen is a fascinating place which pays homage to the incredible time of the Renaissance, a time when mankind grew up and beauty came of age.
68 Forum des Halles
In the past the area known as Les Halles was a central gathering place for all Parisians. Les Halles became victim of its own popularity as crowds and stalls began to clog up the city.
The world’s largest underground subway station
As a result the market was relocated. In its place you’ll find a pretty park, a large and importantly underground shopping mall filled with stores, restaurants, discotheques, museums and movie theatres and below that, the world’s largest underground subway station.
69 (37) Place Vendome
The column at the center of the Place Vendôme commemorates the battle of Austerlitz.
70 Musee National du Moyen Age
The Musée National du Moyen Âge or the Musée de Cluny and its past reincarnations dates back to the 1300s. The building was the frequent of the Abbots of Cluny. If Ghosts really do exist there must be at least one at Musée National du Moyen Âge.