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Paris travel questions

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Thanks for the above two posts, Richard. I was actually amazed at how many of them I have seen or visited, but it still leaves lots of great ideas for future visits. And I think I could easily take the 66 to 100 with things not included. But that is no real challenge in a city as complex and interesting as Paris. :thumbup:
 

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The Best Things to Do in Paris
By Sylvia Sabes/ Travel - Tips/ Afar/ afar.com

"There's so much to see and do in Paris, the choices can be almost overwhelming. You can't leave without visiting the Eiffel Tour, Arc de Triomphe, and the Louvre (just to name a few), but make sure to save time to relax and watch quotidian life unfold in the City of Light....."


Jardin du Luxembourg


Located in the 6th arrondissement, the Jardin du Luxembourg is the second largest park in Paris. It is teeming with blooming flower gardens, flowing fountains, historical buildings, a few smoking teenagers and yes, enormous sculptures of horses.


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Richard, as usual, another excellent article! Our itinerary for Paris is starting to shape up and includes many of the "must do/ sees" listed in the opening paragraph of this article but there is just too much to see here.
So far we are planning:
- Hop on/ off bus tour on arrival day to get a good overview of the city layout and neighborhoods
- a self guided tour to Marais neighborhood and probably include a couple of museums around that area
- a river boat dinner cruise on the Siene
- a day trip to Versailles
- tickets to see the Moulin Rouge
- some restaurant reservations at highly recommended bistros
- Eiffel tower

I'm sure we will start making plans to return, before we even leave Paris. We can't wait to go! Thanks all for your great suggestions!
Brian
 

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7 Must-See Tourist Attractions in Paris
By Christina Liao/ Forbes/ forbes.com

"In a city teeming with history and culture, it’s a difficult task trying to decide what to do in Paris. With what seems like an important monument at every corner, where does one start? The Eiffel Tower is already a given, and we certainly can’t leave out the L'arc de Triomphe as well as the Notre-Dame Cathedral—which, while temporarily closed after the fire on April 15, 2019, can still be admired from afar. But you may want to go beyond these popular, movie-famous landmarks.

Here are must-see attractions in Paris you’ll need to visit tout de suite....."


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Definitely buy Rick Steve’s Paris and read it.
 
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