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Things to See and Do in Paris

Welcome to the City Tour Guide. Click on a graphic or link to read about a particular place.

The Eiffel Tower
Paris City Tour Guide, the eiffel towerA guide to The Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous landmarks in the world. From disdain to praise, the Eiffel tower has stirred up much controversy. To read more follow this link: The Eiffel Tower

Pere Lachaise Cemetery
Paris City Tour Guide, Pere Lachaise CemeteryPere Lachaise cemetery holds a great deal more than just the bones of Door's Legend, Jim Morrison. This insider's guide provides information and history to this world famous cemetery. To read more see: Pere Lachaise Cemetery

Euro Disney
Paris City Tour Guide, Euro DisneyDisneyland is one of France's largest tourist attractions. This guide takes a look at some of what the theme park has to offer. To read more follow this link: Euro Disney Paris


Montsouris Park
Paris City Tour Guide, Montsouris Park, parcMontsouris Park covers sixteen hectares of the city, and offers a greener retreat for tired limbs. It can be found close by to the Catacombs.To read more see: Montsouris Park

Edmond de Rothschild Park
Paris City Tour Guide, Edmond de Rothchild, Parc de BoulogneOn the far edge of Paris, the Edmond de Rothschild makes a great retreat from the stresses of city life. Come here to relax on a summer's day or to enjoy the surprising wildlife. To read more follow this link: Edmond de Rothschild Park

Botanical Garden
Paris City Tour Guide, botanical garden, serres d'auteuilJardin des Serres d'Auteuil is a fascinating botanical garden found in the sixteenth district. It's many greenhouses display flora and fauna from all parts of the globe. To read more see: Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil.
Paris Gare du Nord Train Station
Paris City Tour Guide, Edmond de Rothchild, Parc de BoulogneGare du Nord train station is the third busiest station in the world, with more than 180 million travellers passing through each year. For more information about Gare du Nord, please follow this link: Paris Gare du Nord

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