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Tennis Luxembourg

Tennis Luxembourg (Jardin du Luxembourg, Boulevard Saint-Michel, Paris) (Metro: Rennes; RER Luxembourg) – for those interested in playing a couple of rounds of tennis (as opposed to watching it on a stadium), this municipal court lets one play on a first-come, first-serve basis. Price: €7.50/hour. Call for more details: +33 01 43 25 79 18.

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Parc Zoologique de Thoiry

Parc Zoologique de Thoiry (Parc et Château de Thoiry 78770 Thoiry) — this was Europe’s first wildlife park and is situated in the Ile de France region, only 35 minutes from Paris and is home to uncaged animals that include species such as giraffes, elephants, zebra and antelopes, that can live an almost perfect life […]

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Roland Garros Stadium

Roland Garros Stadium (2 avenue Gordon Bennett, Bois de Boulogne, Paris) (Metro: Porte d’Auteuil, Michel-Ange-Molitor) – tennis fans all over the world are familiar with this venue – the site of the annual French Open tennis tournament, held here very June. Located on the southern boundary of the Bois de Boulogne, this 21-acre complex contains […]

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Paris International Golf Club

Paris International Golf Club (18 Route de Golf, Baillet-en-France) – located some distance north of Paris, this is the only golf course in France to be designed by Jack Nicklaus, Paris International Golf Club is consistently rated by visitors as one of the best maintained and enjoyable courses to visit for golf near Paris. The […]

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Opéra de la Bastille

Opéra de la Bastille (Pl. de la Bastille, Bastille/Nation, Paris) (Metro: Bastille) – this opera house was opened in 1989, in time for the bicentennial of the French Revolution. Due to the variety of events booked here, those interesting in seeing performances are advised to check the Bastille’s schedule and pricing on its website: www.operadeparis.fr

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Paris Canal / Cruises on the Canal St-Martin

Paris Canal / Cruises on the Canal St-Martin (departure points from the Musée d’Orsay/River Seine and Parc de la Villette – near Canal St-Martin) – this service provides morning and afternoon cruises from these two point into the four-kilometer-long Canal St-Martin, which was originally built by Napoleon to provide Parisians with fresh drinking water. Factories […]