Place de la Nation

Formerly known as place of the “Trône-Renversé” , the Place de la Nation took its current name for the national holiday of July 14, 1880. This place is famous for having hosted one of the most active guillotine during the French Revolution.

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Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Resort Paris is the first tourist destination in Europe with over 12 million visitors annually. This park hosts the whole family and offers more than 50 attractions.

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

The Père Lachaise Cemetery is the most famous cemetery in Paris, perhaps even the world. And we understand why when we went there …

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Le château de Vincennes

The Château de Vincennes is a must in the history of France. It is the only fortified castle in Paris. You can admire the Royal Chapel, ramparts and moat.

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Bercy Village

The Bercy district was historically a huge wine market, today became the Mecca of shopping in Paris. Along the Seine and outdoor, Bercy Village is …

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La place de la Bastille

Symbol of the Revolution and the headquarters of the Prison until 14 July 1789, the Place de la Bastille is now a place of great events, fairs, concerts and markets which are organized .

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The French Cinematheque

Cinematheque hosts many exhibitions to discover or rediscover the great themes of the history of cinema and contemporary production.

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Bercy Park

Located on a site that once housed the wine warehouses, the memories of the Bercy park of its past, like a vine and rails that allowed the tank cars to circulate.

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Le Bois de Vincennes

The Bois de Vincennes is a place of relaxation and inescapable nature Paris. You can make a walk, cycling, pony trekking or on a boat to the lake Daumesnil and Minimes.

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