Tips & Tricks
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: […]
METRO — The quick and easy way to travel around the city, as well as the best value. The Paris metro has around 300 stations, their entrances marked by a big yellow “M”, and 16 lines, numbered from 1 to 14, 3 bis and 7 bis. Each line has a color, which you’ll find on […]
Arènes de Lutèce (47 rue Monge, Latin Quarter, Paris)(Metro: Pl. Monge, Cardinal Lemoine) – this amphitheater is one of the few artifacts from the Roman era. Rediscovered in 1869, what remains is part of the stage and tiered seating. These days, the area is either used by student soccer players or by retirees playing boules.
Arc de Triomphe (Pl. Charles de Gaulle, Champs Élysées, Paris)(Metro: Étoile) – this 164-foot monument was built by Napoleon to commemorate his military victories. On the Arc’s sides are sculptures by François Rude, such as The Departure of the Volunteers in 1792 (a.k.a. La Marseillaise), to the right of the arch when viewed from […]
Aquarium de Paris (5 av. Albert de Mun, Champs-Élysées, Paris)(Metro: Trocedéro) – located within Trocadéro gardens, this aquarium has a large collection of exotic fish (over 10,000) from various underwater regions of the world that has a French presence – from the French Caribbean islands and French Guiana, to French Polynesia (including Tahiti), Reunion/Mayotte (Indian […]
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