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The city centre is surprisingly compact and everything is within small walking distances. A good way to introduce Paris is to take a cruise on the River Seine or ascend the Eiffel Tower and take in a sweeping view of the city. There are too many to see in Paris.
The romantic ones should not miss the mansions of the Marais district and Place des Vosges, that was home to the Maison de Victor Hugo. Those ones interested in modern art and design should head to the Centre Georges Pompidou, Jean Nouvel's Institut du Monde Arabe, or the Grande Arche de la Défense to view the breathtaking views of Paris from its high-speed glass lift.
The Grande Arche, which lies along the same geographical axis as Napoleon's Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, was built a century and a half later. This incongruity (the modern city juxtaposed with the old) is all part of the charm of Paris.
There are plenty of museums in Paris, ranging from the vast collections of the Louvre to the small and quirky - such as the Musée des Arts Forains.
Discovering something new, such as the rejuvenated Bercy district with its green spaces and popular bars or Belleville, with its cosmopolitan and ethnic restaurants. Paris Plage is very popular as well in the summer when were the citizens relax by the world of sand and deckchairs.

Tourist Information:

Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau
25 rue des Pyramides
Tel: 0892 683 000.
Opening hours: (Jun-Oct) daily 09.00-19.00; (Nov-May) Mon-Sat 11.00-19.00, Sun 10.00-19.00.

Other tourist offices are located at the Gare de Lyon, 20 boulevard Diderot, 12th (open Mon to Sat 08.00-18.00), Gare du Nord, 18 rue de Dunkerque, 10th (open 08.00-18.00), Opera, 11 rue Scribe, 9th (open 09.00-18.30), Eiffel Tower (open daily 11.00-18.40 May to Sep).


The Museum Pass (website: allows free unlimited access to more than 70 museums and monuments in the Paris region, including the Arc de Triomphe, Musée National du Louvre, Musée d'Orsay and Musée Rodin.
The two, four or six day pass is for sale from tourist offices, participating museums and monuments, the main métro stations and FNAC stores. It allows visitors to bypass queues but does not provide free admission to special or temporary exhibitions.

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