Paris

Paris is a well-organised and pleasant city for ex-pats. Accommodation is reasonably priced and relatively easy to find, public transport is cheap, plentiful and efficient, parking is well organized, the French are polite and helpful, and food shopping, thanks to the variety on offer, is a pleasure....

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Musee Rodin

This museum houses an extensive selection of Rodin's works, as well as paintings from his private collection. Garden, play area for children and self-service restaurant.Metro: Varenne
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Musee du parfum

Perfume museum occupies a Napoleon III town house built in 1860 by Lesoufache, a student of Garnier. A free guided tour of the five thousand year history of the product is offered.
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Musee National Picasso

Metro: Saint-Paul/Saint-Sebastien Froissart/Chemin Vert
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Musee du Louvre

Musee du Louvre houses 35000 works of art drawn from eight departments, displayed in over 60000 m2. Have a look on the web site in order to know the opening hours, the admission prices and everything...
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Musee Maillol

Works by Maillol: drawings, engravings, paintings, sculpture, decorative art, original plaster and terracota works as well as the private collection of Mrs. Dina Vierny.
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Musee de la Musique

ver 900 instruments from the Renaissaince to the end of the 19th century.
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Musee Jacquemart-Andre

Displayed in a once private home this collection covers everything from the old masters through the renaissance and on to the impressionists. Treasure hunt for the 7-12's.Metro: St Philippe du Roule
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Musee d'Orsay

This old train station is one of the most beautiful museum in Paris and offers an opportunity to look at major artists such as Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Cézanne and Pissarro.
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Musee des Arts Decoratifs

This renovated museum is again open to the public. It displays works of decorative art showing French living from the medieval times to the present day. Metro: Chatelet
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Monnaie de Paris

Museum of the French mint.
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Musee d'Orsay.

Art museum in the former Orsay train station, one of the most visited museums in Paris. Features art, decorative items and furniture from 1848-1914.Metro: Solferino
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Galleries Nationales du Grand Palais

National art galleries in the glass-roofed exhibit hall built for the 1900 World's Fair.
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Parliament Museum

Located in the south wing of the Chateau de Versailles the rooms where the French Congress meets can be visited as part of a vist to the chateau.
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Pantheon

Masterpiece by Soufflot which became a necropolis for "great men" at the time of the French Revolution. Tours of the nave and crypt. Permanent exhibit of Foucault's pendulum.
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Musee national de la Renaissance

The Chateau d'Ecouen is one of the most important Renaissance buildings in France and houses an extensive collection of Renaissance art and objects.
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National Assembly

Seat of French parliament built by famous architects including Giardini, Gabriel and Aubert.
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Musee Claude Monet

Monet's garden is located an hour to the West of Paris on the banks of the Seine in the village of Giverney.
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Montparnasse tower

At a height of 210 metres, the view from the roof terrace can be up to 40 km in clear weather. Europe's fastest elevator travels to a height of 196 meters.
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Chateau de Versailles

Conceived by Louis the XIV and executed by some of the most brilliant minds of the 17th Century. Visit the chateau and its gardens. Exhibitions and various festivals held throughout the year.
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Invalides

Military museum housing Napoleon's Tomb.