Paris' second largest public park. Beautiful, calm and lines with monuments
and fountains – great for a sunny day.
Originally a church, this Neoclassical building now serves as a mausoleum.
Come see the final resting place of Voltaire and many more.
Church located near the Pantheon containing the shrine of St. Geneviève, the
patron saint of Paris. Blaise Pascal, Jean-Paul Marat and Jean Racineare
A magnificent university with a tradition reaching back to the 13th century.
Come visit Paris' iconic seat of learning.
Known as Musée de Cluny. The most spectacular holdings are the six The Lady
and the Unicorn tapestries.
A true masterpiece of Gothic architecture, both on the outside and the
inside. The reliquary holds many first-class relics. Do not miss.
The used and antiquarian book and poster vendors lining the large sections of
the banks of the Seine. Recommended for its unique atmosphere!
The whole chapel is lined by 13th century stained glass – just visit on a
sunny day and marvel at the spectacular lightshow.
The heartbeat of the Latin Quarter, it is a site of the St. Michael Fountain
with the Saint Michael, the Archangel statue.
A former royal palace that served as a prison during the French
Revolution – the road led to the guillotine from here.