Visit program

Wednesday afternoon visit program

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Opéra Garnier
Built almost 150 years ago on the initiative of Napoleon III, the Palais Garnier welcomes music, choreography and lyric poetry to its stage. It is one of the two main opera houses in Paris. On this tour, you’ll discover emblematic rooms such as the Grand Foyer and its salons, the Rotonde du Glacier and climb the famous Grand Escalier steps.
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La Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
Imagined in 1925 during the pacifist movement of the interwar period, the Cité Internationale project was to participate in the construction of a peaceful world by creating a place where the young people of the world could learn to live together. Despite being a century old this project remains relevant.
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Les Passages Couverts
The covered passages of Paris (French: Passages couverts de Paris) are an early form of shopping arcade built in Paris, France primarily during the first half of the 19th century. By the 1867 there were approximately 183 covered passages in Paris but this decreased greatly as a result of Haussmann's renovation of Paris. Only a couple of dozen passages remain in the 21st century, all on the Right Bank. The common characteristics of the covered passages are that they are: pedestrianised; glass-ceilings; artificially illuminated at night (initially with gas lamps); privately owned; highly ornamented and decorated; lined with small shops on the ground floor; connecting two streets. Originally, to keep the passages clean, each would have a scraping artist at the entrance to clean the shoes of visitors.
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With its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros ... Montmartre is full of charm! Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. A real melting pot of art and inspiration for the cinema, Montmartre still gives as much pleasure to those who stroll around it and figures high on the list for a stay in Paris.
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les Jardins des Tuileries
The Tuileries Gardens take their name from the tile factories which previously stood on the site where Queen Catherine de Medici built the Palais des Tuileries in 1564. André Le Nôtre, the famous gardener of King Louis XIV, re-landscaped the gardens in 1664 to give them their current French formal garden style. The gardens, which separate the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, are a pleasant place for walking and for culture for Parisians and tourists; Maillol statues stand alongside those of Rodin or Giacometti. The two ponds in the gardens are perfect places to relax.
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Les Catacombes
A creepy, eerie, and open graveyard located 20 meters under the streets of the city, the Paris Catacombs is your best bet if you’re looking for an offbeat, out-of-the-box experience to remember forever. The Catacombs are home to the remains and graves of over 6 million Parisians dating back to the 1700s. Learn more about this quirky attraction on a Paris Catacombs tour! Here’s what you should know.
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