Time out things to do in paris
Time Out Paris by Time Out GuidesThe eternally beautiful grande dame of European cities, Paris boasts an unrivalled range of world-class visitor attractions. But it never rests on its laurels: several old favourites have been revamped and renewed, while the opening of the spectacular Musee du Quai Branly in autumn 2006 confirmed that no-one does museums quite like the Parisians.
Paris is growing too: the building of a vast new museum of contemporary art on the northern outskirts of the city (due to open in the second half of 2008) will breathe new life into a previously neglected area. And the same is happening elsewhere. Time Out, with its team of Paris-based writers, is uniquely placed to track these changes.
101 things to do in Paris
Paris may be beautiful, but boy is it built-up. Date night in Gay Paree? Feeling hungry? These top-notch brunch and breakfast spots will sort you out. Sample the ultimate fast food at one of these hip Breton addresses. Not to indulge your sweet tooth in Paris would be a crime. Do it in style here.
It provides heart-stopping views over Paris and is visible from most vantage points across the city. Once a modest hunting lodge, the building has grown with each resident and has 2, rooms that have housed various French royalty over the years. The majority of the lavish work was commissioned by Louis XIV in , who is responsible for adding the wondrous Hall of Mirrors, as well as the elegant and expansive grounds. It can get busy at peak times, so book a skip-the-line ticket beforehand and arrive early. This 3,km 1,mile network of tunnels runs under much of the city, containing the bones of six million people, including many who perished during the Revolutionary Terror. This is the empire of death.
Time Out Paris brings you the ultimate guide to things to do in Paris. Find Paris's best events, attractions, restaurants and nightlife. Read our list and add your.
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