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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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Piscine d’Auteuil

Piscine d’Auteuil (Bois de Boulogne, 1 Route des Lacs à Passy, Allées des Fortifications, Paris) (Metro: Ranelagh) – this indoor public pool, located by the Auteuil race track within this popular park, is a good place for relief from Summer humidity within the city, since there are no beaches in the Paris area. Admission: €3.00 […]

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Piscine Pontoise

Piscine Pontoise (19 rue de Pontoise, Paris) (Metro Maubert Mutualité) – located within an Art Deco building, this is a sports complex whose main attraction seems to be its swimming pool (an asset during the Summer, since there are no beaches in the Paris area). The pool has kept up its charm and special features […]

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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 […]

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Théâtre du Châtelet

Théâtre du Châtelet (1 Place du Châtelet, Paris) (Metro: Châtelet) – housed within a 19th century châtelet (or small castle) in the center of town, this is a theater & opera house that currently holds various productions and events. This 2,500-seat venue was acoustically remodeled in the late 1980s, and is currently the home of […]

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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 […]