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5 Free Things To Do In Paris

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When was the last time when you thought , ‘nothing’s for free’ ?! Think again! Yes, in Paris there are a few things which won’t cost you a dime but will ensure to give you the best of your time.Check out what they are below!

1.Indulge In Some Sunday Culture

Some of the museums and city galleries allow free entry on the first Sunday of each month and also on July 14 which is observed as the Bastille Day. The museums that allow free entry on Sundays are the Pompidou Centre, Lauvre and Musée d’Orsay.

Small museums always have free entry such as the Maison de Balzac ,the Musée de l’Histoire de Paris, and the Musée Bourdelle always offer free entries.

2. Stroll Around The Garden

Paris has dozen of beautiful lush green gardens that’s open for visitors. You may also plan a picnic there with family and friends.

For all the love birds, heading to the Jardin du Luxembourg makes a perfect day out. You may want to have a romantic stroll around the famous statues of the French Queens and if you wish to relax by the lakeside head to Jardins des Tuileries.

3. Relax On The Beach:

In order to escape the summer heat, artificial beaches are set up along the banks of some of the rivers that flow through the city. An artificial beach is set up along the banks of river Seine which makes a perfect summer retreat for Parisians. In 2002 such beaches came up along the banks of river Senie, river Gauche , river Dorite and La Vilette. Some of the features of the artificial beach include that of palm trees and a floating swimming pool.

4. Visit The World’s Most Famous Cemetery:

The most visited cemetery of the world lies in Paris, the Père-Lachaise Cemetery .If you visit Paris do pay your respects to the likes of Maria Callas, Edith Piaf, Georges Haussmann, Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde.

5. Take An Architectural Tour

Paris is also known for its gift of architectural richness. Some of the architectural monuments are free to enter like the Notre Dame, the Richelieu national library, the Hôtel de Ville, and the churches of Saint-Roch, Eglise de la Madeleine, Saint-Eustache,Saint-Merri, St-Sulpice and Sacré Coeur.Sandemans is a touring operator that holds walking tours across the key architectural monuments of Paris.

Hope the above information helps you when you visit Paris!

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