Montmartre’s beautiful, it’s probably my favourite part of the city !(If you’ve ever seen Amelie, most of the locations of the film were in in that part of Paris). The Eiffel Tower’s also pretty much a must-do – you’ve gotta go all the way to the third floor. I’ve only ever taken one boat cruise down the Seine, but it was great – really enjoyed that. The Catacombes and the Panthéon are the two other things that come straight to mind.
Jim Morrison might get all the headlines (Blind Io knows why), but Oscar Wilde and Edith Piaf are also in Pere Lachaise. (The Curies and Victor Hugo are among those in the Panthéon).
Unless you’re an art fanatic, you could probably do without going into the Louvre…I went once, and it took me a hour or two to get un-frazzled. If you’re definitely going to visit, though, the entrance from the Carousel du Louvre will probably have shorter queues.
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Thanks Montmarte is im ‘must list’! I love Amelie!