Paris' second largest public park. Well designed, beautiful, calm and lined with monuments and fountains - great for a sunny day. There are many fun facilities and activities for children, such as playgrounds, pony rides, swings, a puppet theatre, and a model yacht on which they can sail in the pond. For the youngest, there are creche operating from May to mid-September (2 p.m. – 6 p.m.). Adults can play tennis, chess, bridge, or remote control boats. The garden also hosts concerts and free photography exhibitions.
The most famous cabaret in the world. It still retains its unique spirit of the Belle Époque, so come inside and see for yourself! It is necessary to pre-book your tickets, the shows sell out months in advance. You can buy a ticket only for the show, or the show and champagne, or the show and dinner. You don't have to wear a suit and tie, but sportswear, trainers and shorts are not permitted. Children under 6 are not allowed into the theatre. Under-12s get a 50% discount on the show alone.
Originally a church, this Neoclassical building now serves as a mausoleum. Come and see the final resting place of Voltaire and many more. Many great French public figures rest in the large crypt, including Rousseau, Honoré Mirabeau, Marat, Jean Monnet, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin and Marie Curie.
District well-known as a home of artists and other free-spirited souls and also as the best place in Paris when it comes to nightlife. The dominant of this district is the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur. There are many other significant sights and museums in the area. In the past, many famous artists had worked in Montmartre, including Salvador Dalí and Pablo Picasso.
Historically significant park which was once used for military drills, public gatherings and celebrations. It covers as many as 24,5 ha. Here you can enjoy a picnic while admiring the views of the Eiffel Tower. There are also playgrounds for children and the annual Bastille Day celebration takes place here. In front of the École Militaire there is the Monument for Peace, a memorial constructed in 2000, which features 32 columns with the word „peace“ written on them in 32 languages.
This Art Nouveau bridge with its ornate decorations as well as statues is a truly picturesque sight. Classified a historical monument, this arch bridge on the Seine is considered to be the most extravagant bridge in Paris, displaying Art Nouveau lamps, cherubs, nymphs, and winged horses, reflecting the style of the Grand Palais, to which it leads on the right bank. There are four statues of Fames—the Fame of the Sciences, the Fame of the Arts, the Fame of Commerce and the Fame of Industry—all in gilt bronze.