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Bazar de l’HĂ´tel de Ville (BHV Marais)

Opening Hours: From Monday to Saturday : from 09h30 to 20h00 Sunday: from 11h00 to 19h30 BHV MARAIS Celebrates 160 years ( September 13th 2016) BHV Marais The Bazar de l'Hôtel-de-Ville (the “bazaar of city hall") is located in the historical and fashionable Marais neighborhood. It is facing the Hôtel de Ville and it is served by the

Museum Nissim De Camondo

The Mansion Fascinated by the 18th century, Comte MoĂŻse of Camondo built a mansion in the style of the Petit Trianon in Versailles.His aim was to recreate an eighteen-century artistic residence. The mansion houses a beautiful collection of french decorative art from the second half of the eighteen century. The museum is located a few

Opéra Garnier (Palais Garnier opera house)

Location: Place de l'opéra, 9th arrondissement, Paris, France. In 1858, Felice Orsini, an Italian revolutionary tried to assassinate Napoleon III. The imperial couple ( the emperor Napoleon III and the empress Eugénie) escaped the bombing attack in front of the Opera Le Pelletier. The bomb caused terrible damage among the crowd. Napoleon III, decided the

Sightseeing & City Pass in Paris‎

The Paris Pass An all-in-one flexible and comprehensive sightseeing package. Time Saver Money saver Stress reliever The Paris Pass will enable you to: Free entry to over 60 museums and monuments such as Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, The Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Pompidou centre. Free entry to the best Paris attractions including the Hop-on

Essential French phrases for travellers

Greetings and Salutations Bonjour! Hello! (Also good morning!) Salut! Hi! It is an informal and relaxed greeting. It is to be used with accointances. Note that the “t” on the end of the word is silent. Coucou! Hey there! This is an informal way of greeting someone, it can be used as an exclamation meaning

Interesting figures about the Louvre Museum

The Louvre Museum is the largest in the world The total area of the Louvre Museum is of 243000 m2. 73000 m2 are dedicated to showrooms. There are 14.5 km of halls and corridors. There are 2410 windows. There are 3000 locks. There are 10 000 steps. There are 70 elevators. The largest collection of works