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Welcome to Paris Must See, your online Paris vacation guide where you will find information about selected Paris must see attractions.
Visiting Paris, France should be on top of everyone's list. Going to Paris can be very exciting and overwhelming at the same time. With so much to do and see, it is hard to know where to start.
Paris Must See, is your guide to some of the best places to visit, stay or dine in Paris, France.
With ParisMustSee.com and its partners, you will be able to read useful travel information and also book your Paris ComboPass® that will cover your Paris Metro transportation needs as well as access to Paris museums for free. It's always nice to know that you can get your Eiffel Tower tickets in advance along with other Paris Tours. Of course, Paris dinner cruise or an evening at Moulin Rouge Paris is a romantic must.
Champ de Mars, Paris 7
125 meters above ground, Le Jules Verne is located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower with breath taking views of the city. You will enjoy excellent food at Le Jules Verne and have a unique experience on top of the Eiffel Tower. However, this experience will cost you a...read more
9 Rue Guisarde Paris 6
Popular Italian restaurant in located in Paris 6. They are know for their pizza. But they offer other lovely Italian dishes as well. The main course at Positano is priced between 30 – 60 €. Sample from Alfredo Positano Restaurant: bruschetta, tomatoes and mozzarella over bread 14.90 € Positano is...read more
15, Rue Marbeuf, Paris 8
Le Relais de l’Entrecote is a must dine in restaurant in Paris. You start with their lovely Endive Salad followed by their famous Rib Steak cut thinly and served with the best fries you have ever had. The steak is serverd with the Entrecote’s secret sauce! If you like...read more
4, Rue du Gnral Lanzerac Paris 17
Sormani Restaurant with its red, romantic decor is one of the best award winning Italian restaurants in Paris. Sormani is popular for business meetings or intimate rendez-vous. The dishes are on the pricey side. Reservations and dress code is recommended for this restaurant. For still good quality food in...read more
8, Rue Boissy d'Anglas, Paris 8
A trendy yet exotic bar / restaurant with interesting decor and huge buddha in the middle. They focus on Asian food with a European twist. Go to Buddha bar if you are in the mood for some loud music with your dinner. Buddha bar is a popular destination with...read more
1, Rue des Fosss St. Bernard, Paris 5
The Institution of the Arab World located in an ultra modern building yet with an Arabic / Islamic touch was built by Jean Nouvel. 18 Arabic countries along with France decided to open the Arab World Institution to bring awareness about their cultures and values along with science and...read more
62 Rue de Lille, Paris 7
Located along the Seine River overlooking The Louvre Museum, there is an interesting history behind Musée d’Orsay. Musee d’Orsay was once a rail station serving Paris-Orléans, known as Gare d’Orsay and it was shut down in 1939. During the WWII it was used as a mailing station for sending...read more
17, Place du Trocadro. Paris 16
Musée de la Marine or the French Maritime Museum is located at the west side of Palais de Chaillot at Place du Trocadéro. It is a one of the oldest Maritime Museum where you can view tons of ship models, from war ships to pleasure boats, navigation tools, naval...read more
8, Blvd du Palais Paris 1
Sainte Chapelle, located at Ile de la Cité, is a gorgeous Gothic Church, and a must see if time permits. This church along with Conciergerie are the only remains of the Capetian royal palace that once stood at Ile de la cite. St. Chapelle was built in 1248 by...read more
29, Rue Pasquier, Paris 8
Chapelle Expiatoire was built over the buiral site of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and a few thousand other victims of the French Revolution. (They are not burried here anymore) The construction of this chapel was ordered by Louis XVIII to honour Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. This Neo-Classical monument...read more