146 avenue Du Maine (Rue du Louvre), Paris, Île-de-France
Art Museum · Plaisance · 1478 tips and reviews
New York Habitat: Le Louvre is massive, holding 380,000 objects to see. Stop by Café Mollien on the first floor to refuel, it’s cheaper than the other cafés and will have you ready to see more artwork.
New York Habitat: Put on your walking shoes and march down one of the most famous avenues in the world. This tree lined avenue makes for a beautiful site, come at night when everything is lit up for a romantic walk.
New York Habitat: Many famous figures lie in this cemetery, from Jim Morrison, to Chopin, to Oscar Wilde. Try to go on a sunny day and up to the hill to the summit for a beautiful view of Père Lachaise and the city.
New York Habitat: This beautiful garden should not be missed. Come here for a bit of relaxation and some sightseeing as well. The original Statue of Liberty is here, as well as a number of wonderful fountains.
Pont de Grenelle (Allée des Cygnes), Paris, Île-de-France
Bridge · Javel · 6 tips and reviews
New York Habitat: The bridge that crosses the Seine River is an excellent place to view the Eiffel Tower. Next to the bridge on the Ile aux Cygnes you will find its little sister: a replica of the Statue of Liberty.
New York Habitat: Be sure to go on a sunny day to see the effect on the stained glass windows. Each window tells a Biblical story so start at the western alcove of the north wall and work your way clockwise.
82 boulevard de Clichy (Rue Blanche), Paris, Île-de-France
Monument / Landmark · Grandes-Carrières · 273 tips and reviews
New York Habitat: The birthplace of the can-can dance can be quite expensive. So if you really only want to see the famous red windmill don’t buy tickets for a show: you can see it just as well from the street.
New York Habitat: This beautiful Gothic church is usually less crowded than the Notre Dame or Saint-Chapelle. If the weather is good bring some food so you can have a lovely picnic in the park next to the church
Opera House · Chaussée-d'Antin · 138 tips and reviews
New York Habitat: Check out this beautiful landmark. Its grand staircase is breathtaking and will have you feeling like you are in a movie! The architecture will have you in awe before you even see the opera!
New York Habitat: Words are lacking to describe this majestic palace, which is definitely a must-see when visiting Paris! We recommend you to go out of the main path and loose yourself in the huge Gardens :)