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  • Le Jules Verne Resturant Eiffel Tower ParisLe Jules Verne Resturant Eiffel Tower Paris

    Le Jules Verne Restaurant Paris: located on the Eiffel tower's second level, the quality of the French cuisine is assured by the presence of world-class chef Alain Ducasse. Because of demand for seating (in part to enjoy the city view from that level of Eiffel Tower), reservations (if possible weeks in advance) are recommended. Reservations: Phone: +33 (0)1 45 55 61 44...More

  • Le 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant ParisLe 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant Paris

    Le 58 Tour Eiffel: located on the tower's first level, this 200-seat restaurant seats 200 diners, offering traditional French cuisine. Reservations:  Phone: +33 (0)1 72 76 18 46...More

  • Eiffel Tower Paris Visitors GuideEiffel Tower Paris Visitors Guide

    This iron lattice tower was built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World's Fair. At 324 meters, it is Paris' tallest building, and one of the most visited sites in the world. There are three levels for visitors. The first two levels can be accessed by stairs or elevator but the third level can only be accessed by elevator and it tends to have the longer lines. Tickets can be purchased at the tower and now also online. Admission rates ...More

  • Centre Pompidou Paris Visitors GuideCentre Pompidou Paris Visitors Guide

    Named after French president Georges Pompidou, this futuristic-looking complex was built during the 1970s by architects Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers and Gianfranco Franchini. The largest museum of modern art in Europe (Musee National d'Art Moderne) is located here (with one level devoted to works by Matisse, Modigliani, Marcel Duchamp, and Picasso), along with the IRCAM music & acoustic research center, and a large public library. The Pompidou's basement level has two cinemas, a theater, a dance space, and a small, ...More

  • Catacombs of Paris Visitors GuideCatacombs of Paris Visitors Guide

    The Catacombs, which form a veritable labyrinth beneath the very heart of Paris, were created in the galleries of the former quarries whose stone was used to build the capital. Situated twenty meters below ground, the Catacombs contains the remains of approximately six million Parisians, transferred there gradually between the late eighteenth and mid-nineteenth centuries as graveyards were being closed because of the risk they posed to public health. The first of these was the cimetiere des Innocents graveyard in ...More

  • Bois de Vincennes Paris Visitor GuideBois de Vincennes Paris Visitor Guide

    Like Bois de Boulogne, this park was also a former hunting ground for French royalty. Within its grounds is the Chateau de Vincennes ? which was once the largest of its kind in Europe. Built by the 14th century, various members of French royalty once resided there, and became a prison during the 18th century. By the middle of the 19th century, Napoleon III landscaped the park of Bois de Vincennes, helping to shape it in its current form. Nowadays, ...More