1.- Palais Royal: This 17th century building has been a royal palace as well as one of the most iconic restaurants where Napoleon and Balzac dined. As a schoolgirl, Simone de Beauvoir used to hang around the gardens.
2.-Le Panthéon: Here lie the remains of big shots such as Voltaire and Rousseau. It also has one of the best views of the city.
3.-Louvre Museum: You can get in for free the firts sunday of the month. If you can't make it that day you can always visit the crystal pyramids.
4.- Jardins du Luxemburg: One of the most beautiful parisienne parks.
5.-Sacré Coeur: It was built in honor of the french soldiers who died in the franco-prusian war. It is one of the most important monuments of paris.
6.-Notre Dame Cathedral: One of the most important landmarks in of Paris.
7.- Tour Eiffel: Going up the tower is about 14.5 Euros, however you can hang around in the Jardins du Trocadero which is just in front of it.
8.- Canal Saint-Martin: Walk around the banks of the canal. You can take a baguette or go to one of the many cafes in the area.
9.-Palace and Jardines of Versalles: You can get in for free the first weekend of the month. Other days it costs 15 Euros. HOWEVER, going in the gardens and parks is always free.
10.-Place des Vosges: This park is where young people hang out in Paris. You can make a picnik here or also go into one of the galeries and cafes that are around the area.
11.-Petit Palais: Currently the Museum of Fine Arts.
12.-Parc du Champ de Mars: Just in front of the Tour Eiffel. Perfect for a picnik and a nice bottle of wine while you enjoy the view.
13.- Père Lachaise: This cemetery is where Jim Morrison, María Callas, Balzac, Jean de la Fontaine, Molière, Gertrude Stein, Oscar Wilde, Proust, Édith Piaf among other brilliant people are burried.
14.- Église de la Madeleine: Napoleon I dedicated this monument to the french armada. It later became a temple to honor Saint Mary Madeleine.
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