5 Things to Do in Paris

5 Things to Do in Paris
Paris is a great city for walking tours, outdoor attractions and current attractions in France. A relative flat place, Paris offers a variety of cultural activities for active tourists in search of good fun that allows for active participation. Paris is divided into 20 districts, and it's 40.46 miles wide.

Pari Roller

Active travelers will enjoy a night of free sightseeing by joining the 12,000 people who meet weekly to skate around Paris. Organized by the Pari-Roller Association, Randonnee En Roller offers great fun for anyone who wants to experience a new perspective of Paris. While the event is open to anyone on skates, some skating experience is strongly encouraged. Contact Pari Roller directly for meeting times and other information.

Pari Roller
16 Bd Saint Germain
75005 PARIS
33 1 4336 8991 (contact number)

Parc Des Buttes

Nature lovers will enjoy Parc Des Buttes. Opened in 1867, Parc Des Buttes offers paths and walks, open lawns, trees, a lake and a hilltop temple for people in search of a unique view of Paris.

Parc Des Buttes
Rues Botzaris, Manin 75019 - Paris.

Sea Life Aquarium

Visit the Sea Life Aquarium to journey through the river Seine, deep into the Atlantic and beyond to the Caribbean. The aquarium is home to sharks, rays and giant skates. Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the spectacular ocean displays and feeding demonstrations.

14 Cours du Danube
Centre Commercial Espace 502
Telephone: +33 1 6042 3366
Fax: +33 1 6042 3355

Horse and Carriage Ride

Enjoy the Eiffel Tower. Many then opt to go for a horse and carriage ride around Paris. According to the Trip Advisor, horse and carriage rides are available at the Eiffel Tower. They travel along the back streets of Paris for about 60 minutes for a memorable experience. Some packages offer lunch; It's a much cheaper alternative to ordering a meal at the Eiffel Tower.

Tour Eiffel
Champ de Mars
75007 Paris

Fun Cultural Attractions

Centre Georges Pompidou, a modern building characterized by a color coded mechanical system, offers tourists a collection of Parisian art from the 18th century. The works include art by Matisse, Chagall and Picasso. In addition to shows, exhibitions and changing exhibits, the National Museum of Modern Art, the Center of Industrial Design, the Contemporary Music Institute, a Library, the Brancusi Studio and the Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles are all located at the Centre Georges Pompidou.

Centre George Pompidou
place Georges Pompidou, 75004
01 44 78 12 33 (contact number)


Article Written By Charlie Gaston

Charlie Gaston has written numerous instructional articles on topics ranging from business to communications and estate planning. Gaston holds a bachelor's degree in international business and a master's degree in communications. She is fluent in Spanish and has extensive travel experience.

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