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The places you can visit in every destination in the world differ according to the different destination. There is no doubt that France is one of the most famous tourist countries in the world, especially the capital, “Paris”. Because, it includes the “Eiffel Tower”, which is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world, as it is visited by tourists from all over the world and from all countries, and for this reason, this tower has become one of the most famous towers. In this article, I will show you the most important and most beautiful tourist places that you must visit in France, specifically in the capital, Paris. So before you head to Paris, read this article to learn about the best places that you must visit upon your arrival in Paris to spend an unforgettable trip of a lifetime:



1. The Louvre:

One of the most important art museums in the world in general, and in Paris in particular, as it is located on the north bank of the Seine in Paris, the capital. Built by Philip Auguste in 1190 to avoid disturbing surprises, an attack on the city during his long periods of absence in the Crusades, the castle took the name of the place on which it was built, but later turned into a royal palace known as the Louvre Palace, where the kings of France lived. He left it to the Palace of Versailles in 1672 to be the seat of the new government, leaving the Louvre to be a residence that contains a collection of royal antiques and sculptures in particular. If you are a fan of art and history, the Louvre Museum is the right place for you, as it includes unparalleled paintings and world civilizations. The museum is open every day of the week from nine in the morning until six in the evening, except on Tuesdays. This museum is very famous as it is visited by about 5163925 tourists during the year. Museum entrance ticket 17 euros. I advise you to visit the museum on any day of the week except on Thursday, as the museum is very crowded on Thursday, so you will not be able to enjoy the paintings and Roman sculptures because of the crowding, so visit the museum on any day except Thursday.





2. Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral:

It is a catholic catholic cathedral, as well as the seat of the diocese of Paris, located on the eastern side of the island of the city on the Seine and in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, i.e. in the historical heart of Paris. The cathedral is one of the best examples of French Gothic architecture and is distinguished from the old Roman style by its innovative use of the vault in The ribs and the flying buttress, in addition to its massive and colorful rose windows, give the cathedral a special kind of beauty. The main components that distinguish Notre Dame, for which Notre Dame is famous, include the large historical organ and the huge and huge church bells. This cathedral attracts a large number of visitors from all over the world, as it receives annually between 13 to 14 million visitors due to its unique and distinctive Gothic design, for which it was famous during the period middle Ages. Entrance ticket to the cathedral is 5 euros. It is natural that the cathedral is a first-class tourist attraction for history and civilization lovers, because of the ancient civilizations and solid religious history it contains. To learn more, visit the following link: www.notredamedeparis.fr





3. Georges Pompidou Center:

It is a national center for arts and cultures as it is a complex located in the fourth administrative district of the French city of Paris near Les Halls and Les Marais. The center contains the Public Information Library, the National Museum of Modern Art, in addition to the Research and Coordination Institute for Audio and Music. The center was named after Georges Pompidou, the French president who ruled from 1969 to 1974. This center was built between 1971 and 1977 and was opened on December 31, 1977. In this center, you can enjoy visiting one of the old and modern art galleries Which are held in the building on a daily basis, knowing that some of these exhibitions are exclusive, in addition to visiting the Center for Music and Audio Research, and the National Museum of Modern Art, which includes a wide range of works worth seeing. For lovers of reading and culture, you can visit the library, which includes many books and manuscripts, some of which date back For the last century, it also includes some picture books, and for lovers of symbolic things and souvenirs, you should visit the gift shop, which includes books, antiques and decorative pieces, and also includes many women’s goods such as bags and others. Entry ticket to the center is 15 euros for adults and free for people under 18 years old. The center opens its doors every day of the week from 11:00 in the morning until 9:00 in the evening, except on Thursdays, it closes at 11:00 in the evening, except for Tuesdays, the center is not open.

To find out more about this center visit the following link:  www.centrepompidou.fr/en





4. Royal Palace and Prison (La Conciergerie):

This palace is so well known in Paris that it is included in the UNESCO list, but because of its dark and humid area, tourists are alienated from it and from visiting it, but this is a very wrong behavior. This palace is a very suitable place, especially for history lovers. This palace was built in the sixth century and was the residence of “Clovis”, the first king of France, as this palace was a royal palace. In one of the corners of the Conciergerie there is the oldest clock in Paris. King Charles V envisioned it as the first public clock in Paris, so it is of great historical importance. It was installed in 1535 and plated with gold in 1585. It still preserves time for the Parisian people and is of great importance to them. For history lovers, in this palace you can explore the Hall of Soldiers, a huge room with four corridors with an impressive vaulted ceiling and four large fireplaces, it is the oldest surviving medieval hall in Europe. Justice in it and this room is supported by strong columns with interesting capitols and in this room they depicted the famous love story of Abelard and Heloise who were buried in the Père Lachaise cemetery and the toilet was where the prisoners shaved their hair before they headed to their horrific death so for history lovers and discovery you have to explore this palace. Also you can see many prison cells, some with frightening life-size mannequins of the imprisoned men, as well as the “twelve” corner or the so-called “last farewell” corner. This was where dozens of convicted prisoners waited to be taken to the guillotine. The name of the “Last Farewell” corner. The palace opens its doors to visitors from nine thirty in the morning (9:30 am) until six in the evening (6:00 pm), and the entrance cost is 10 euros for the age of 26 and over and 7 euros for those under the age of 26 years.





5. Latin Quarter:

This neighborhood is the right destination for culture lovers, home to countless museums, fascinating churches, and other historical curiosities that lovers of culture and discovery seek to know. The neighborhood includes some wandering and some drinking espresso coffee in the café, and since this neighborhood is crowded with students, it is an upscale neighborhood full of culture and sophistication, so it is one of the best destinations for culture lovers. The most beautiful places that you can discover in this neighborhood is the Church of Saint Severin. This church is located in a charming square inside the Latin Quarter. It is one of the most beautiful churches in Paris. It is also an old, crooked church dating back to the sixth century, and this is what makes it of great historical importance, and it is worth noting that this church It was badly damaged by fire during the Hundred Years’ War, but it has been restored. The polygonal stone pillars are arched in the form of a palm tree inside the church, which attracts art lovers. Entry to the church is free and you do not need to pay money, as well as the Church of St. Severin. There is the Sorbonne University, which has a long history, as it was founded in 1260 by Robert de Sorbonne, a thirteenth century French theologian and the university named after him. Marie Curie The modern Sorbonne is a huge place with a large number of lecture rooms, seminar rooms, examination rooms, etc. and has about 54,000 students.





6. Auberge Nicolas Flamel (the oldest house in Paris):

In the Marais district of Paris there is a winding cobbled road where you will find an unusual stone house dating back to 1407 and covered with symbols any mysterious symbols that have not been deciphered until today and this house is officially the oldest house in Paris that you must visit It is nice to discover the oldest house in the capital . The house was built by the famous chemist Nicholas Flamel and Flamel invented the philosopher’s stone, a mysterious object that transformed the metal into gold. He also conducted his experiments in this house, which means that his experiments were conducted in this house. When you visit the house, you will imagine the experiments happening around you. Flamel’s embellished tomb is on display at the Musée de Cluny and is a must-see site in the Latin Quarter of Paris. It was never definitively proven that Flamel practiced chemistry, but chemistry was certainly an obsessive subject for him as he appeared in many fictional books discussing chemistry, including Harry Potter, the Philosopher’s Stone, and Victor Huegel. If Paris is the destination of your trip, do not forget to visit this house and discover it and try to decipher its hidden codes.






7. Le Marais Palace and Gardens:

Le Marais is one of the most unspoiled areas of Paris and Place des Vosges is a wonderful square built by Henry IV in 1605. Although the square itself is well known, you have to venture into the side streets where you will find some of the lesser known museums and parks which Well worth a visit True it’s not very popular but it is absolutely worth a visit and under the vaulted arcades of Place des Vosges are some interesting art galleries and restaurants. Le Marais has some amazing museums including the Musée Carnavalet, which is about the history of Paris. For history lovers, you should visit this museum. For art lovers, you should visit the Picasso Museum, which includes Picasso paintings, as well as the Cognacq-Jay Museum, which has an impressive collection of items. Decorative arts and arts that date back to the eighteenth century, which means that they are historical arts that carry great cultural and historical importance. The Hôtel de Soubise is one of Paris’ most charming hidden gems and houses the Museum of French History and the National Archives. The museum is open every day of the week except for Mondays. For the rest of the days, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. For more information, click on the following link: www.carnavalet.paris.fr






8. Paris Corridors:

If you are looking for beautiful places and hidden objects in Paris, all you have to do is head to the lanes, as the city has many covered shopping centers dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries known as the arcade. These lanes include interesting shops and restaurants, and the best and most important places in Paris. The corridors is the Vivienne Gallery, built in 1823 with mosaic floors. Imagine standing on a mosaic floor, as well as some wonderful shops such as Jean-Paul Gaultier. You can find the Passage du Grand Cerf on Rue Saint-Denis, near the popular shopping district, Chatelet les Halles. Built in 1825, the pass is about 12 meters high and has an impressive glass ceiling that is well worth a visit and exploration. Andy Wahloo on Rue des Gravilliers is a great choice for a pre- or post-dinner drink and there’s a hidden Paris courtyard with Moroccan-inspired décor and art lovers and explorers will enjoy the decor, which is so beautiful it’s worth a look. Finally, Le Grand Colbert is a great place for dinner that movie buffs will recognize because it featured in “Something’s Gotta Give” starring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, a classic Parisian bistro that serves simple dishes like the grilled chicken that Diane Keaton had in the movie. So it’s nice to have dinner in a restaurant that you saw on TV with great actors and you might feel like an actor like them.





9. The Great Mosque:

The Grand Mosque in Paris is a beautiful place that you can go to either to pray or to walk or to drink mint tea. It is very beautiful, from the outside it is all white and inside it is a clean and large room with a water basin in the middle and beautiful white columns everywhere in addition to the mosaics everywhere as well. The outdoor patio is also very beautiful with its minaret and many plants and fountains. If you look at it well, you will forget that you are in Paris and you will feel like you are in Morocco. Also in this mosque there is a tea room and a restaurant where you can have lunch or drink a cup of tea so you and your friends can go for mint tea and eat oriental pastries. There are two beautiful terraces which are very nice when the weather is good and there are small blue mosaic round tables surrounded by trees, it is a really nice and quiet place where you can work, talk or read in peace. The cost of entering the mosque is 3 euros and the price of tea is 2 euros. The mosque opens its doors every Thursday and Saturday from nine in the morning (9:00 in the morning) until twelve in the afternoon (12:00 in the morning) and from two in the afternoon (2:00 in the evening) until six in the evening (6:00). :00 pm). To know more about this mosque, visit the following link: www.mosqueedeparis.net




10. Les Brutalistes Factory:

It is where you will find a leather workshop that produces custom leather belts and one-of-a-kind accessories and don’t be surprised to find designer stores selling the manufacturer directly to the public especially in the 11th district of Paris and you will see how they have maintained the bond of craftsmanship. Previously the shop was a record shop but the shop seems to be diverse and now there is a maker making beautifully crafted pieces only in the open shop and it is behind the kiosk desk while record racks sit around the walls and there is an island of records too, this is where you can look inside . You can customize the designs to your own taste. This shop is worth a visit because it offers wonderful and attractive leather goods, and you can make a key belt to your taste for 20 euros and the shop is open every day of the week except Sunday from two in the afternoon (2:00) until eight in the evening.





11. Montsouris Park:

The spacious Parc de Montsouris is located in the south of Paris within the 14th arrondissement and although it is not far from the famous Parisian catacombs, it is rarely visited by tourists (though it is a charming well worth a visit) which makes it a wonderful place away from the well-known and crowded path. This is in addition to the secret street called Square de Montsouris and it is difficult to find it even on Google Maps because it was found by sheer luck. When you enter the Place de Montsouris and walk through its ivy-covered houses, you will feel as if you are going to a wonderland of its magnificence. Walk there quietly and slowly and inhale the scent of delicate roses that are free from car smoke and toxic polluted air, so leave the famous and touristic places and head to such hidden places, as they are no less than the tourist places in beauty and charm, but only they are not only famous.





12. Boris Lume Bakery:

One of the things that absolutely amazes about the French is their love and appreciation for their culinary traditions so much that every year they choose the best croissant of the year, and the best baguette of the year (which will be served) to the president. Title until next year’s competition as even croissants in Paris have competitions and it has competition as if it’s a great thing it’s not just croissants. However, Spotter Cristina’s best croissant bakery hasn’t changed since 2016, the beautifully art-style Boris Lumé bakery. The Artisanal Boulanger mark on croissants means that the bakery makes its own dough, so the pure butter croissants made at this bakery are a magical marvel. This bakery is open to customers from eight in the morning (8:00 am) until eight in the evening (8:00 pm).





13. La Mouette Rieuse Library:

It is a very atypical and special library because of the books and gadgets one can find there it is always something surprising and exhilarating and the library is spread over three floors with different sections. Firstly one can find any kind of guide to Paris near the entrance like Paris for lovers, Paris for fashion addicts, Paris for alternative people, Paris for sporty people and many more anything you want. This section also displays a good assortment of good quality paper, stationery and must-see items. The library also has a section for fine art books, which are usually at discount prices. Apart from that there are novels and other regular books but there is also a section for children’s books, it is true that they are all in French but they are beautiful. Upstairs there is a small gallery space where there are artworks on display and at the end of the ground floor one can drink tea or coffee meaning the place has it all and gives a sense of peace and quiet in the middle of the busy and eye-catching Le Marais district. It’s also a great place to find small gifts that usually come with a message (a nice souvenir that you can give your loved one with a small message). The library opens its doors to visitors and customers every day of the week except Sunday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, on Fridays and Saturdays it opens until 8:30 (that is, half an hour more than the remaining days). Book prices vary according to the year of the book’s publication, author and publishing house. Each book has its own price. Click on the link to learn more: www.lamouetterieuseparis.com





14. Visit the green greenhouses:

In this attractive garden there are five beautiful green greenhouses that provide the opportunity to discover the vegetation cover in different regions of the world. These houses are the last large greenhouses built in France in the nineteenth century, which means that they date back to this century. In one of these houses you can walk among the small and large cacti plants as if you were in a desert in Mexico. In the other (larger) greenhouse you can walk among the tropical plants as if you were in the Amazon jungle. You can spend some time watching Japanese carp swimming in a small aquarium and listening to the song of the many multicolored parrots in the cage. And in the other plastic house, you feel as if you are on the coast, which means that each of these houses has its own plants and its own feeling, so imagine with me that this garden contains more than 6000 species of plants. There is a large central lawn in front of the largest greenhouse decorated with benches, flowers and statues, and the most beautiful thing about this garden is the peace and quiet. Do not hesitate to come here to read, take a walk or just walk in the greenhouses and even if you are hungry you can have lunch in the famous Brasserie d’Auteuil which is a lovely restaurant with a nice terrace and after lunch have a drink on the rooftop of the luxurious Molitor Hotel very close to the park maybe It is only 5 minutes away from the park and you can go to it on foot because it is close to its distance. This park opens its doors to visitors daily from 8:00 in the morning until 6:00 in the evening without the need to pay money, which means that entry to this park is free.





15. The first ping-pong bar in Paris:

This bar used to be a working garage and hairdressing salon but today is home to about 10 table tennis on two levels. Tables are of course the main attraction but there is also a decent bar serving reasonably priced snacks and cocktails, and comfortable areas to relax while waiting for a table (so you don’t get bored waiting for your turn). In the evenings on weekends the bar almost turns into a ping pong arena with DJs spinning as you play. I advise you to visit the bar on Sundays in the afternoon to avoid the crowds and not to wait for your turn too long and feel a little bit of waiting. For those who love to enjoy and play, this bar is the right place for you, as it is open from 12:00 until 2:00 daily and the cost of playing ping pong is 5 euros for half an hour playing.

Click on the link to learn more: www.gossima.fr





16. Visit the Island of the Impressionists:

It is a small island located on the River Seine and was a resting place and a favorite place of the Impressionists. Chatou is called “the most beautiful place in the suburbs of Paris.” In Chatou you can follow in the footsteps of the Impressionists and take their lead as artists would meet in cafes, dine there and then go on boats. On this island you will find an Impressionist corridor created by Musee Fournaise marked with signs with replicas of paintings by Monet, Pissarro and Sisley where you will see the same views as the impressionists and you can photograph the same scenes they painted. A huge archaeological exhibition is held on this island twice a year (March and October). To get to Chatou Island, take a taxi or take a river boat for a full day tour. This island is a great choice for nature and adventure lovers.





17. Museum of Romantic Life:

The Museum of Romantic Life At the bottom of the cobbled street behind a wrought-iron gate, this museum dedicated to the Romantic period of French history celebrates the life and work of George Sand, the writer and glamorous, liberated woman, and Ari Schaeffer, the Dutch painter. With its creaking floors and antiques, the museum includes all you have to do is close your eyes and imagine yourself in the 19th century. The museum’s highlight is a creepy, vow-like display of a crew of Sand’s arm next to the hand of her piano-playing lover (Frederic Chopin). Some people flock to the museum just to see this pagan exhibit. In this museum room called “Georges Sand Salon” you will find drawings and paintings by Ingres, Delacroix and others as well as sculptures by Barre, David d’Angers and Clesinger. So for art lovers, all you have to do is visit the Museum of Romantic Life, especially the couple who love culture and scientific discoveries. The museum is open every day of the week from 10:00 in the morning until 6:00 in the evening, except on Mondays.





18. Love Wall:

Paris is known as the capital of love and romance and it wouldn’t be the city of love without the “I love you” wall. So feel free to say “I love you” in French in front of this 612-tile artwork that reads 311 times “I love you” in 250 different languages. This wall of love is located in the romantic garden of Cihan Rectus Square and consists of a mural of 40 square meters with the most beautiful advertisements. The red parts on the fresco represent the pieces of a broken heart It is an unlimited source of inspiration imagined by Frederic Baron and Claire Quito and it is perfect for a romantic meeting So, if you are traveling to Paris with your loved one make sure to visit it because it is one of the romantic things to do in Paris. The park is open to visitors every day of the week:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (from 8:00 am to 7:30 pm).

Friday, Saturday and Sunday (from 9:00 am to 7:30 pm).





19. The Floral House:

It was frequented by several generations of artists who made the history of France such as Picasso, Modigliani, Edith Piafo and Albert Camus. Today, this small and welcoming restaurant serves delicious French and Italian cuisine. This place at the crossroads of the streets of “Saules Cortot” and “Abreuvoir” has become an unmissable photo stop as most of the tourists photograph the house and keep the photos as a tourist destination to visit in Paris, it is very unique. The old house’s pink contrasts with the gorgeous climbing ivy and its green shutters overlooking the paved street make it a picturesque sight like a classic painting. This house is open to visitors on Wednesdays and Thursdays (Wednesday 4:00-11:00, Thursday 12:00-11:00).






20. Galeries Lafayette Mall

It is located in Haussmann Street, and it is one of the best and most famous malls in Paris. It is designed with a classic design, filled with glass windows, beautiful decorations and bright colors. This mall consists of 7 floors and 96 suites. It includes the finest French brands and international shoes, in addition to children’s clothing, electrical appliances and skin care products with the most famous types of perfumes and watches brands. Globalism. Your visit to this mall will add to your trip a wonderful atmosphere of shopping, and you can buy everything that comes to your mind in this mall because it contains almost everything, even if you are tired of shopping, you can take a rest on the seventh floor because it contains many restaurants and cafes that serve drinks miscellaneous. The mall opens its doors every day of the week except Sunday (every weekday from 9:30 to 7:30, except on Thursdays, it opens at 9:00, that is, it closes half an hour before. Do not miss the opportunity to shop and tour this mall. To find out more information About the mall, please visit the following website: www.haussmann.galerieslavayette.com



Of course, there are many places in addition to the places I mentioned, but this is one of the best places that you can visit in the capital, Paris. I hope the article was useful and you benefited from it.



Translated By: Nasser Al Turk

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