Cosas que hacer en París
Ante ti se encuentra la llave que te abrirá las puertas a la ciudad: una guía con los mejores lugares de la zona, creada por anfitriones locales de Airbnb
Lo mejor de lo mejor
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Waterfalls, cliffs and temples are just a few of the beautiful things you can stumble upon whilst strolling in this park. Situated in the 19th arrondissement, tourists usually stay away from the Pa... más información
The Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is one of the place where all parisians want to lay in the grass when it's a sunny day. Occupying 24.7 ha, its style is unique. It was opened in 1867, late in the regim... más información
Canal Saint MartinParques y naturalezaTodo lo demás en Parques y naturaleza
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If you like walking, you should go for a stroll along the canal St Martin. At Jaurès, the 'canal de l'Ourq' becomes the 'canal St Martin'. Lots of small shops, bars, coffee shops and restaurants.
Great for people watching at any time of the day - particularly in summer when everyone sits by the canal in the late afternoon with wine and cheese for impromptu evening picnics. Lots of good coff... más información
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A symbol of French lifestyle, Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussmann, is the brand's flagship store and showcases the best in design across 3 buildings, offering visitors a unique shopping exper... más información
The Galeries Lafayette Haussmann are a department store on Boulevard Haussmann located in the ninth district .Ahead Harrod's in London, Bloomingdale's in New York and Isetan in Tokyo2 . This site... más información
A symbol of French lifestyle, the Galeries Lafayette offers all the latest fashions. The department store on Boulevard Haussmann succeeds in bringing together the the best creations in 70,000m² spread
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Un beau bar Bel espace, très haut de plafond friperie à l'intérieur On y va pour la "beauté du lieu" en journée ou le soir Brunch africain le dimanche Eclectic, easy-going venues like this are ... más información
Eclectic, easy-going venues like this are more common in Barcelona than in Paris, but here in an old 600 square-metre barn is this offbeat, shabby chic bar, touched with colonial stylings in its bl... más información
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Make no mistake: the Champs-Élysées, while ceding some of its elegance in recent times, remains the most famous avenue in Paris—and, perhaps, the world. Like New York's Times Square or London's Pic... más información
The French proudly nickname this world-famous avenue "la plus belle avenue du monde" ("the world's most beautiful avenue") The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is the most prestigious and famous street in... más información
The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is the most prestigious and famous street in Paris with its cinemas, cafés, luxury shops and clipped horse-chestnut trees. During Christmas it offers a magnificant view.
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Visiting the iconic symbol of Paris usually ranks as the number one thing to do for most tourists. Towering more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high in the Champ de Mars park, this iron structure was... más información
The Eiffel Tower is to Paris what the Statue of Liberty is to New York and what Big Ben is to London: the ultimate civic emblem. French engineer Gustave Eiffel—already famous for building viaducts ... más información
How to get to Eiffel Tower. Go to closest metro Ternes, take line 2 to Charles de Gaulle Etoile and change to line 6 direction Nation and stop at Champs Des Mars Tour Eiffel station. 10 min by metro.
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It's the LOUVRE! Mona Lisa, Venus de Milos, Winged Victory, Napoleon's Coronation, Victory leading the people. Avoid the Pyramid during the summer months find the Port des Lyons and skip all lines!... más información
The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is the world's largest museum and a historic monument in Paris. A central landmark of the city, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine in the city's 1st arrond... más información
One of the world's largest museums and a historic monument. Open every day (except Tuesday): 9am to 6 pm. Night opening until 9:45pm on Wednesdays & Fridays. Closed: January 1, May 1, December 25.
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Bar super sympa en plein parc des Buttes Chaumont terrasse au soleil et dansant le soir (ferme à 00h) victime de son succès si on y va pas dès le début de soirée on risque de faire la queue ! Time... más información
Unique place for going out in Paris, as this musical bar is located right in the middle of Parc des Buttes Chaumont. The house is a 19th century "ginguette" style house. Many tables outside with pa... más información
Bucolic delights reign at Rosa Bonheur, a bar set in a former guinguette in the heart of the Buttes Chaumont park :an idyllic spot for wine and tapas with birds and bobos for company. LGBT friendly
La BellevilloiseCopas y vida nocturnaTodo lo demás en Vida nocturna
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Bar,restaurant,concerts,art exhibits.Sunday brunch with jazz,lunch or dinner amidst olive trees,great place for a drink on the patio.lively,fun,relaxed
The Bellevilloise housed the capital's very first workers' co-operative. It became a bar, restaurant, club and exhibition space, hosting film and music festivals on the top level.
All sorts of musics & shows in a cool, historical setting, founded in 1877 among the 1st non-elitist cultural places in Paris. Also exhibitions, restaurant & dance club, program at labellevilloise.com
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Bar au bord du canal Saint Martin Terrasse le soir se remplit bien, concerts et partie club (entrée gratuite) un incontournable de la nuit parisienne, ferme vers 3h Bar along the Saint Martin Can... más información
Bar au bord du canal Saint Martin Terrasse le soir un endroit incontournable de la nuit parisienne avec ses concerts et partie club (entrée gratuite), ferme vers 3h Bar along the Saint Martin Ca... más información
Housed in a former warehouse for art deco construction materials, the Point Ephémère organises exhibitions, concerts & evenings of independent music (mostly cutting edge pop, rock, electro & hip hop)
Basilique du Sacre CoeurLugares emblemáticosLugares de interés
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One of the most noticeable landmarks in Paris is the striking white-domed basilica of the Sacre-Coeur. Situated at the city’s highest point on Montmartre hill, this stunning basilica draws many tou... más información
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica and often simply Sacré-Cœur, is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart
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Designed in the style of high-tech architecture, Centre Pompidou is a cultural institution in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement. It houses a vast public library, the Musée National d’Art... más información
Houses the Public Information Library, the Musée National d'Art Moderne (largest museum for modern art in Europe), and the IRCAM, a music and acoustic research institute. !! Access to the museum an... más información
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2 cinemas on the Canal de lla Villette. Take a velib after a film and go along the Canal to the big Park de la Villette.
2 big movie theaters are on the Canal de l'Ourcq. Even if you don't want to go and see a movie, it's a very nice area to hang out or doing a boat trip. The parc of the Villette is very near, too.
Former metalwarehouse 1900, transported close to Bassin de l'Ourcq and transformed in Cinema houses by Fredirick Namur architect 1996-2005
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The Parc de La Villette is the biggest urban cultural park of the capital. The 55 hectares of the park, among which 35 outdoors, mix nature and modern architecture, areas and spaces of leisure acti... más información
You can picnic on the vast grassy lands of this parc. If you are lucky and it's the weekend you may catch a life music performance. There's also free outdoor cinema in July and August (you can rent... más información
Dedicated to relaxation, discovery and culture, the vast park of La Villette houses the Museum of Science & Industry, the Geode, the Cité de la Musique, the Great Hall and the room show the Zenith
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5 minutes from République, along the trendy Canal Saint-Martin, it is THE place to see and be seen for a drink or a meal. The canal is also appreiated by joggers. Be careful as Prune is almost alwa... más información
Be careful as Prune is almost always full of people, especially during the summer. But there are reasons for that : great atmosphere, perfect location along the Canal St Martin.
Great local bar! Always full of people. Located on the bank of the romantic canal Saint Martin. It is one of the secret Parisian places. Recommended for a drink at night or coffee during the day.
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The infamous Café de Flore is perched quaintly in the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the corner of the Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Rue St. Benoitand. It is praised by visitors from around the g... más información
The legendary café of Paris where Jean Paul sartre and Simone de Beauvoir used to go. Le café de Flore is still the most fashionable café of Paris where Artist,actor,designer like to go.No réservation
Café de Flore is one of the oldest café in paris. Well known to be the HQ of famous french Writers & artists during 2nd WW ( JP Sartres, Simone de Bauvoir...)
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The most enjoyable cinema around, where you can enoy the lively atmosphere around the canal, full of people with picnics, cafes, ... You can cross by boat for free between the 2 cinemas
Former industrial buildings that houses cinema multiplex and several coffee shops, bars and restaurants along the Ourcq-Canal. Enjoy a free 5min boat-cross to reach the movie theater.
One of the 2 cinemas by the canal,(each has at least 5 screen) the fun thing is you can take a small boat to get from one cinema to the other. English movies are not dubbed (but with french subtitles)
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Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris. It is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance. Originally introduced as a seductive dance by the courtesans who operated f... más información
Moulin Rouge is best known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance. Originally introduced as a seductive dance by the courtesans who operated from the site, the can-can ... más información
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Bon Marché Rive Gauche, the oldest department store and the only one of the Rive Gauche. Luxury Boutiques, High-quality products, launches food trends, best service, great decoration. Open Monday t... más información
Food section of the big department store called "Le Bon Marché". The best grocery store in Paris. High-quality products, launches food trends, best service, great decoration. Open Monday to Saturday.
Bon Marché Rive Gauche, the oldest department store and the only one of the Rive Gauche. Luxury Boutiques, Fashion accessories department, fashion, beauty and fine food
La Rotonde de la VilletteGastronomíaRestaurantes
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Bar and restaurant in this recently-renovated 18th century building that pre-dates the French revolution. Offers brunches, evening meals and apéritifs. Club nights on saturdays with guest DJs.
At the end of the canal (walk left after reaching the water from the building) in the former water castle. Phone: 01 80 48 33 40. Medium-priced meal or a drink in a nice atmosphere.
Beautiful antic style building, with a big terrace and an underground electonic music mini club.
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Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris is probably one of the greatest collections of (dead) human talent in the world (Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Chopin...). Père Lachaise is claimed to be the most visit... más información
Père Lachaise Cemetery formerly, is the largest cemetery in the city of Paris. Tomb of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Yves Montand, Amedeo Modigliani, Édith Piaf, a place of meditation and beauty
Among the people that are buried there : Honoré de Balzac, Frédéric Chopin, Jean de La Fontaine, Molière, Simone Signoret, Jim Morrison, Alfred de Musset, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde.
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Brand new shopping mall in Paris. Great window shopping, some tasty Mexican, Japanese and Lebanese restos (for lunch), a FNAC, a Uniqlo, etc. Then by night, a restaurant and a movie at the Pathé ci... más información
Brand new shopping mall in Paris with the most expensive cinema in the city. Great window shopping, some tasty Mexican, Japanese and Lebanese restos (for lunch), a FNAC, a Uniqlo, etc.
Everything you need to bring back home in a very new, chic, singular place. Women and men fashion, home and cooking shops, Gourmet moments… Then by night, a restaurant and a movie at the Pathé cinéma.
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The Marché Aligre is a true neighborhood market — so vibrant and bustling that it’s worth even a crosstown trek. Open six days a week, the produce is affordable, the selection diverse, and the vend... más información
One of the best farmers markets in Paris. Get inside for cheeses and meet (from 8am-1pm and from 4pm to 7pm), and take advantage of fresh fruits and vegetables (till 1pm). Every day except Monday.
A great fruits and vegetables open market. Everyday except mondays. And around you'll find everything else (cheese, meat, spices...). At the end, there's Beauvais covered market and the Baron Rouge!!!
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The most important botanical garden in France, the Jardin des Plantes is undoubtedly one of the most unique parks in Paris. It is home to four museums and to this day it conserves a wholly function... más información
The Jardin des Plantes (national botanical gardens) is a formal French garden that also serves as a botanical museum with plants, trees and flowers from all over France and the world. Less visitor-... más información
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This bakery is about 30 min away with the subway but if you are around the neighborhood you should stop by. This bakery is a fine bakery of traditional handcraft and has been elected « best bakery ... más información
This is a fine bakery of traditional handcraft, I would say the best in this part of Paris, 10mn walk from rue du Vertbois... Worth it! Try le pain des amis, the pain au chocolat and the apple pie.
Un pain haut de gamme exceptionnel. Demandez un pain des amis. Probably the best bread in Paris. Ask for a "Pain des amis".
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Though it was a sacred hill from the Roman Temples period to the Abbey of Montmartre and the political tone of Henri the IV, Montmartre preserved its cultural and artistic identity by offering a h... más información
Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris. It is 130 metres high and is primarily known for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacré Cœur on its summit and its fantastic view of Paris.
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A must see in Paris. A traditional parisian brasserie at a low prices. Always packed with parisians working nearby (avoid the peak hour, around 8pm) and visitors from everywhere. Check out the anci... más información
A must see in Paris. A traditional parisian brasserie at a low prices. Always packed with parisians working nearby, and visitors from everywhere. Check out the ancien wooden dining-room.
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Le Petit Cambodge has been on november 13th one of the spots hit in Paris Terror Attacks. Yet before becoming famous with a tragic event, it was already well known by foodlovers for its fine and ve... más información
THE house of bobun ! In big bowls : spring rolls, shrimp, pork or beef, dusted with crushed peanuts... All good and honorable. Ambient moisture put the feeling of Phnom Penh into the place...
For us and our friends the best Bobun of paris (Asian Food)! Next to the Canal St Martin, one of the most fun and trendy neighborhoods of Paris. Be carrefull there often to many people
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At the heart of the city, the Marais embodies both the charm of old times and the modernity of the metropolis. We love getting lost in the cobbled streets of this neighborhood known as the " Old Pa... más información
Historic district in Paris, is now one of Paris' main localities for art galleries, fashionable district, home to many trendy restaurants, fashion houses, and hip galleries. Also called Gay district.
One of the vivid areas and a historical neighborhood Le Marais. It is stuffed with small designer boutiques, gift shops, cafes and bars. It houses the Paris "gay Village" and the main Jewish quarter.
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An offbeat corner of northeast Paris, in what once was the village of Charonne, with its mix of picturesque houses, alternative bars and 1970s public housing projects. The nearest sight as such is ... más información
Envie de croiser des stars ? Le tout-Paris se presse ici ! (Kate Moss elle-même y fait parfois un saut !) Bar chic et choc, brunch en rooftop... Wanna see stars ? All the celebrities go there !(Ev... más información