||In my opinion this is the #1 attraction in Paris. Most people would agree
that it is the best museum in the world. I have two pages set up. One for the outside
which contains information for your visit, one with pictures of many of the items inside
||The Palace at Versailles is my favorite place to go when I am in France.
Technically it's not in Paris, but if you go to Paris you should not miss Versailles
||Notre Dame is the huge Gothic Cathedral on the Isle de la Cite.
||Musee de L'Armee / Tombeau de Napolean
||Musee D'Orsay - This is an old train station. It is almost all impressionist
paintings. If you do not like the impressionist paintings skip it. I thought I would hate
it, but it was very good. It is right along the river.
||Sainte Chapelle - This is on the Isle de la Cite behind the Concierge. It has some of
the tallest stained glass windows in the world. It is not worth purchasing an individual
ticket, but if I had one already I would not miss it. It is not easy to see from the
street. It will be behind some iron gates. Ask if you cannot find it
||You can't go to Paris and not go to the Top of the Tower!
||Place Vendome is a famous square in Paris. It's where the Ritz Hotel is located.
Princess Diana's car left the Ritz, and crashed at the Place de L'Alma. This page shows
||Jardin du Luxembourg - This is a great park. You will like to just walk around and
check out the people, gardens, fountains, and statues.
|Tuileries & Concorde
||Jardin des Tuilleries - This is another great park. Neat view from the Louvre towards
the Arch. At the opposite end of the gardens from the Louvre is a roundabout called Place
||Opera house - Not really necessary to go in. But you should walk all the way around it
||Champs Elysees - This is the famous boulevard that runs from the Arch de Triomphe to
the Tuileries Gardens. When you walk on the north side go through some of the small malls.
Check out the world Famous LIDO. You may want to see the show. Walk inside the front area
and there are previews on the television sets
||Latin Quarter - This is the most lively area in Paris in the evening. My wife and I
ended up here virtually every night we were in Paris. You should just walk up and down the
streets. There are tons of different types of restaurants. I have eaten at a couple of
Chinese ones. If you are fond of the Greek mystery meat, you should check out the Greek