Hostel – Paris Attractions

Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris

There is so much to see and do in Paris … Parks, monuments, museums, restaurants, whatever your taste is, you will find your happiness.

Here are some ideas for sights that we present in this guide:

– The Louvre Museum
– Tour Eiffel, the biggest attraction of Paris
– Montmartre, the Place du Tertre and the Sacred Heart
– The Cathedral of Notre Dame
– The Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe
– The Sewers of Paris
– Luxembourg Garden
– The Musée d’Orsay
– Centre Georges Pompidou, which houses the largest collection of contemporary art in Europe.
– Pere Lachaise Cemetery
– The covered
… And much more!

But beyond all these monuments and famous spots in the city of light, what is needed to tame this city is to walk again and again, and soak up the atmosphere of the various parts of the city.

Paris attractions mentioned above are mostly available for less than 10 euros, some are of course also free, such as parks, churches and cathedrals, walkways or the Père Lachaise. But beware of the many temptations where to spend throughout your walks, it is sometimes hard to resist!

Hostel - Our suggestions for Paris


The Foire du Trône in Paris

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The Tribal Café in Paris

Free couscous and cheap beer, this is what has allowed the tribal cafe to be so well known!  You will find yourself a little crowded but the atmosphere is good, couscous is spicy and prices are unbeatable. Travelers on a

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Hôtel du Nord in Paris

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The Louvre museum

The Louvre is almost as emblematic of Paris as is the Eiffel Tower. Largest museum of the city and part of the world's best known (it is the most visited museum in the world), it offers its visitors an impressive

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Centre Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou, also known as Beaubourg, was constructed in the 1970s under the leadership of President Georges Pompidou. Its architecture, which was revolutionary at the time,  is now part of the image of Paris. The purpose of this space is

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Batobus offers a unique and enjoyable way to go from one attraction to another, while enjoying a superb view over Paris. The eight stopovers offered are: - Tour Eiffel, Port de la Bourdonnais. - Musée d'Orsay, Quai de Solférino. - St-Germain-des-Prés, Quai Malaquais. - Notre-Dame,

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Notre Dame de Paris

The famous Cathedral in Paris, which reminds many of the equally famous novel by Victor Hugo is, like the Eiffel Tower, one of the most visited monuments of Paris. The stone foundation of Notre Dame was laid in 1163 and its

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The Eiffel Tower

One can easily consider the Eiffel Tower as the symbol of Paris. Who does't know it? One can easily consider the Eiffel Tower as the symbol of Paris. Who does't know it? Built by Gustave Eiffel in 1889 for the Exposition Universelle

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