|by PAN MILL|
|5 Days in Paris|
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Are you visiting Paris for just 5 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.
Take a morning flight to a Paris Airport
16:00 on the way to the Eiffel tower pass through Les Jardins du Trocadero
(When on Bridge Look at Nomadic', the tender of RMS Titanic in the docks 5th NE)
17:00 Eiffel Tower 9am-midnight daily € 10
(Look at UNESCO Building SE)
20:00 Arc de Triomphe 9:30a-11p M-Su € 7
22:00 Avenue des Champs-Elysees towards Louvre
23:00 See a performance at the Cabaret Lido
09:00 Look L'OPERA DE PARIS (Opera Garnier)
09:30 Les Galeries Lafayette 9:30a-7:30p M-W & F-Sa, 9:30a-9p Th
10:30 La Samaritaine (1903 Department Store) For wonderful views go to the rooftop cafe on the tenth floor or the tiny panoramic viewing platform up the spiral stairs to the 11th floor. 9:30a-7p M-Sa
11:30 Centre Pompidou 11a-10p W-M All-inclusive museum admission: € 10
On Ile de la Cite (Paris City Island):
12:00 Go Through Place Dauphine
12:15 Look at Palais de Justice
12:30 Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris 8a-6:45p M-Su, Towers: 9:30a-6:45p M-Su
Admission: cathedral is free, towers € 6.
13:30 Look at La Sorbonne
13:40 Look FAR EAST at Paris Pantheon Building
13:45 Go through Luxembourg Palace & Gardens
14:00 Les Catacombes 2p-4p Tu-F, 9a-11a, 2p-4p Sa-Su € 5
16:00 Go throught Montparnasse (See Buildings)
16:30 Look Napoleon's Tomb
17:00 Alma Bridge: Cruse on the Seine River embark on one of the many boats stationed close to the Alma Bridge 24H
21:00 Go Through Montmartre - Basilique du Sacre-Coeur (Lighted)
23:00 See a performance at the Cabaret Le Moulin Rouge
Visit the Château de Versailles
Château: 9a-5p Tu-Su, Marie-Antoinette's Estate, Grand and Petit Trianon: 11a-5p Tu-Su
In the Morning:
Visit the Cimetière du Père-Lachaise (Cemetery)
Georges Bizet, Jean-François Champollion, Frédéric Chopin, Jean-Baptiste Clément, Colette, Bruno Coquatrix, Georges Courteline, Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac, Alphonse Daudet, Eugène Delacroix, Stéphane Grappelli, Molière, Jim Morrison [written on his tombstone: “ΚατάτονΔαίμοναΕαυτού”], Murat, ...etc…………..
16 Mar-5 Nov: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm; Sat 8.30am-6pm; Sun 9am-6pm € Free
18:00 Place de la Bastille (July 14th 1789)
20:00 Les Champs-Elysees (picture the arrival of the Tour de France)
8:00 on the way to Louvre pass through La Place de la Concorde
9:00 Musee du Louvre (Look for Mona Lisa, Titsira de Milo, Mummies, The Inverted Glass Pyramid etc…)
M, Th, Sa-Su 9a-6p; W-F 9a-9:45p € 8.50
15:30 on the way back pass through Place Vendôme and the Elysee Palace
Fly out with a night flight from a Paris Airport
Note: Do Squeeze Lunch & Dining Times Between Scheduled visiting sites
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