First Timer's Guide To Paris

First Timer's Guide To Paris

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You're in Paris for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    La structure, qui a été entièrement construite en métal, s'élève à 21,64 mètres sur une base carrée de 35,42 mètres de côté et pèse environ 95 tonnes. -- Cédric Militari via Foursquare
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    First thing to do when you are inside is to register to go to the indoor balcony - 15m high (FREE tour every 20min starting from 10am to 5:20pm). There can be only 20 persons per visit. A must see! -- Jeremy via Foursquare
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    Go at night for incredible city views. Fun fact: The archway is so huge that in 1919, Charles Godefroy flew his biplane under it as part of the victory celebrations at the end of WWI. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Dancers in flamboyant costumes will take care of your entertainment in this cabaret in Pigalle. Drinks here could be very expensive so look at the prices before ordering. Daily shows: 9pm and 11pm. -- DHR.com via Foursquare
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    Evitez les deux ou trois premières et dernières semaines des expositions, le trafic est sensiblement plus fort. Privilégiez l’ouverture et les nocturnes, ce sont les périodes les moins chargées. -- J'aime Attendre via Foursquare
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    Housed in the grand 18th century manor Hôtel Biron, this intimate museum and sculpture garden (especially gorgeous in the summer) gives unparalleled insight into the artist’s life and work. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    The Musée de l’Orangerie is a great alternative or complement to the Musée d’Orsay because it’s more compact, impeccably edited, and less crowded, so you can really take your time with the artwork. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Families should head straight to the Cité des Enfants for interactive exhibits and space to roam. Outside, Parc de la Villette has great gardens and playgrounds. - Green Guide Editor -- Michelin Travel & Lifestyle via Foursquare
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    Beautiful inside and outside, this building designed by Jean Nouvel is a perfect example of exhibiting techniques. Mondays closed 37, quai Branly (+33) 1 56 61 70 00 +info: www.mylifeisgorgeous.com -- mylifeisgorgeous via Foursquare
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    The artwork and the Belle Époque train station setting are incredible. Also, save your ticket stub for a reduced price ticket at the Musée de Gustave Moreau and a free visit to Palais Garnier. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Restaurant Georges is a perfect stop off after an afternoon of taking in the art at the Centre Pompidou downstairs. We love lounging on the terrace with a cocktail while we scope the city views. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    Modern art collection housed in an amazing building by Frank Gehry which references the sails of boats. Make sure you explore the outside galleries on the upper floors, they're easy to miss. -- A. via Foursquare
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