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  • Musée Rodin Paris – peaceful gardens, wonderful sculpture

    Musée Rodin Paris – peaceful gardens, wonderful sculpture

    As well as over 300 pieces of work by Rodin you will discover Musée Rodin has work by Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir and Carrière. Most visitors have greatest affection for the gardens so go for a romantic walk and look out for the Burghers of Calais, the Gates of Hell, and the Thinker.

     
     
  • Musée du Quai Branly – Tribal Art, Textiles – amazing Paris museum

    Musée du Quai Branly – Tribal Art, Textiles – amazing Paris museum

    The garden and architecture is superb and the collections inside are amazing, arranged ‘geographically’ you can travel around the world by Art. – Musée du Quai Branly may be one of the best kept secrets but while on a Paris city break or holiday it is well worth visiting.

     
     
  • Musée du Louvre – Paris Royal Palace & Art Museum

    Musée du Louvre – Paris Royal Palace & Art Museum

    Combining art collection and royal palace, with parts of the medieval castle hidden in the basement, the Louvre is a fabulous wealth of treasures and arguably the world’s largest and certainly most visited art museum.

     
     
  • Agapé Substance – minimialist culinary experience in Paris

    Agapé Substance – minimialist culinary experience in Paris

    Since opening at the end of 2011, this tiny white minimalist restaurant has quickly got Parisians talking. Laurent Lapaire and Chef Gaëtan Gentil have created a restaurant all based around a counter and open kitchen.

     
     
  • Le Jules Verne Restaurant – Eiffel Tower elegance

    Le Jules Verne Restaurant – Eiffel Tower elegance

    The extraordinary Le Jules Verne restaurant is set 400ft up the Eiffel Tower. It is a once in a lifetime experience – perfect if you are on a romantic city break, with a resolutely modern French menu.

     
     
  • Pierre Gagnaire Restaurant – a unique experience

    Pierre Gagnaire Restaurant – a unique experience

    You’ll find the Pierre Gagnaire Restaurant just off the Champs-Élysées. The restaurant has a stylish pared-back panelled dining room and provides a full range of dishes from miniature appetisers – such as a tuna meringue – to amazing desserts.

     
     
  • Paris Attractions – plan your city break

    Paris Attractions – plan your city break

    It is true that on a city break you can almost navigate Paris by its monuments. You have the convenience of landmarks that can be seen for miles such as the Eiffel Tower, the Panthéon and Sacré Coeur, and the gilt of Les Invalides.

     
     
  • Paris – Sacré-Coeur – the steep climb is worthwhile

    Paris – Sacré-Coeur – the steep climb is worthwhile

    There are few sights more photographed than Sacré-Coeur standing proud on the highest hill in Paris. Given the crowds which are often here, it is best to arrive early in the morning or later in the evening.

     
     
  • Paris – enjoy a Bohemian day in Montmartre

    Paris – enjoy a Bohemian day in Montmartre

    Tips to explore Montmartre – To enjoy Montmartre you need to relax, slow your pace and immerse yourself in the surroundings as it is the little back streets, open doorways or small shop windows which retain the charm.

     
     
  • La Maison Favart Hotel– perfect Paris City Break

    La Maison Favart Hotel– perfect Paris City Break

    Our No.1 Paris Hotel – La Maison Favart is a four star luxury Beaux Arts hotel centrally located in Paris, and ideally situated close to the Louvre, Tuileries Gardens, and Place Vendome. The gorgeous boutique accommodation is inspired and will guarantees you a wonderful city break to Paris.

     
     
  • Centre Pompidou & Musée National d’Art Moderne

    Centre Pompidou & Musée National d’Art Moderne

    Today the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, is one of the world’s most famous pieces of modern architecture. It opened in 1977 and the building appears to be inside-out with brightly coloured pipes and ducts . . .

     
     
  • Musée d’Orsay Paris – impressionist masterpieces

    Musée d’Orsay Paris – impressionist masterpieces

    Victor Laloux’s superb turn of the century train station was closed in 1939 and re-opened in 1986 in order to house arts from the period 1848 to 1914, including a superb impressionists section.

     
     
 
 

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