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Sightseeing in Centre-Val de Loire

Art Museum
“To be done with the walk in the Tuileries garden, the Place de la Concorde and possibly the Champs Elysées or the Musée d’Orsay and if you like Monet Le Muséee de L’Orangerie is nearby”
1241 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“If you go to the Eiffel Tower you should avoid the elevators (where will have to wait at least one hour) and take the stairs. It is far easier that it seems until the second floor (the third being quite high). Morevoer climbing inside the tower make feel being in the heart of the structure and let you take time to see”
1149 locals recommend
Church
“A must see in the neighbourhood, not really for the church itself but for the beautoful view over Paris. After you can walk down the rue Steinkerque and visit the Rue des Martyrs.”
1093 locals recommend
Cemetery
“Emblematic monument of Paris. - Stunning view on Paris - It is the largest cemetery in the city with 44 hectares. With more than 3.5 million visitors annually, it is the most visited necropolis in the world. - Crowds of celebrities are resting there; Molière, Jean de La Fontaine, Honoré de Balzac, Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Eluard, Oscar Wilde, Jean Racine, Alphonse Daudet, Marcel Proust, Allan Kardec. Frédéric Chopin, Édith Piaf, Yves Montand, Alain Bashung, Jim Morrison, Mano Solo, Henri Salvador, Gilbert Bécaud, Georges Moustaki, Michel Petrucciani, Maria Callas. Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, Marie Trintignant, Pierre Dac, Pierre Desproges, Sarah Bernhardt, Marcel Camus, Pierre Dac, Pierre Brasseur, Ticky Holgado.”
1120 locals recommend
Comedy Club
“An iconic cabaret in the red light district near Montmartre. 82 bd de Clichy, Paris – http://www.moulinrouge.fr – 0033 (0) 1 53 09 82 82”
635 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Emblematic building of the Latin quarter, the Pantheon is not only the last residence of France's great names - Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Jean Moulin, Simone Veil and other history makers are resting in peace here - this is also a very impressive piece of art to walk through. If you look up, you'll be awed by its 3-dome ceiling, letting a zenithal light coming in to exagerate the majestic view if the main room.”
287 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The catacombs of Paris are a real hidden world of more than 300 km of underground passages. The rooms are filled from floor to ceiling with bones and skulls, placed there following a saturation of the cemeteries. If you want to try the adventure know that the catacombs hide some very surprising secrets! ”
347 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Check the ongoing exhibition and buy your ticket in advance to avoid the queue. ”
227 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“I never get rid of passing nearby, of looking at it, evrey hour it shines at night, 8,9, 10, 11, 12, at one in the morning it shines in black, magic too !!!”
79 locals recommend
Historic Site
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“A big terrace where everyone gathers for drinks. There are some food trucks as well. ”
297 locals recommend
Church
“Unique, one of a kind! The stained glasses of this hidden Church are amazingly beautiful. Go there when it's sunny, you will be amazed by the beauty of this place ”
154 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Holding tens of thousands of works of art and masterpieces by artists such as da Vinci (and his incomparable Mona Lisa), Michelangelo and Rembrandt, Musée du Louvre is one of the world’s most visited museums.”
60 locals recommend
Church
“Le château comme l'appelle les enfants domine le vieux-Mans, quartier historique préservé. Un incontournable !”
26 locals recommend
Art Museum
“This palace was built by Jacques Coeur - A powerful merchant at the head of a huge network of trading posts, Jacques Cœur was appointed finance minister to King Charles VII in 1438. He was ennobled in 1441 & became the King’s right-hand man. The palace (1443-1451) is testimony to his rank. Court jealousies led to his arrest in 1451. Escaping from prison, he fled to Rome. He died of disease when leading a Crusade in 1456. Jacques Cœur became a legendary figure & French poet François Villon wrote of his life and deeds. We love the lifelike statues that adorn the false windows - they look as if they are gossiping.”
16 locals recommend
Bridge
“People usually have pique nique and aperitive down the bridge at night, near the river. Extremely lively. Wonderful spot to see sunset”
96 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Just opposite the Grand Palais. It hosts a wonderful art and sculpture collection including Roman artefacts. Entry is always FREE!”
77 locals recommend