The Moulin Rouge is the number one show in Paris, if not the whole of Europe. No wonder it sells out quickly! Don't miss your chance to see the world-renowned showgirls and French Cancan dancers strut their stuff on the Moulin Rouge's historic stage.
Paris Jewish Quarter Area
The Marais, also referred to as the Jewish Quarter of Paris, is a charming area filled with lots of historic and cultural attractions, not to mention numerous great shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafes. It’s one of the most recommended areas to explore when you’re traveling to Paris! Discover beautiful squares, picturesque cobbled streets and delicious food in this attractive part of the city.
When sightseeing in the Marais, even though it’s only a small part of Paris, you still have plenty of things to choose from and you can easily spend a day here. Here are a few ideas of places to visit in the Jewish Quarter area:
For history and culture, head to the Church Notre Dame des Blancs Manteaux, the Hotel de Ville (or City Hall), or Musee Carnavalet – located in a beautiful 16th century building you can learn about the history of Paris in this museum. Admire antique furniture, paintings, completely reconstructed rooms from 18th century apartments and much more. It’s open every Tuesday till Sunday from 10 am till 6 pm.
Explore the Jewish Quarter Area in Paris
Modern art lovers will be happy to know that the colourful Centre Georges Pompidou, housing the National Museum of Modern Art, is located closeby at well. The museum has an impressive modern art collection and temporary exhibitions take place on the 6th floor. It’s open every day from 11 am till 10 pm, except for Tuesdays. Take some time to admire the unique architecture of the building, designed by Renzo Piano. Not only a museum, you can also find a large library, the music research centre IRCAM, and a technological institute here. Entrance to the museum is not cheap, but with the Paris Pass you can enter for free, including many other top attractions, tours and cruises in the city.
If it’s shopping and soaking up the atmosphere you’re looking for, then head to Place des Vosges – the oldest square in town – or Rue des Rosiers. There’s plenty of charming cafes and restaurants to take a coffee or lunch break if you’re getting a bit tired. Did you know that Victor Hugo, known for writing “The Hunchback of the Notre Dame” lived at Place des Vosges? Also Cardinal Richelieu called this quaint square his home.
Not far from the Jewish Quarter area you will find the Ile de la Cite, a small island in the middle of the city housing the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Conciergerie and Sainte-Chapelle church. All three of these attractions are included in the Paris Pass, and we highly recommend you to visit them. Each of them holds so much history!
Discover the joy of sightseeing with the Paris Pass, which gives you free entry to the best attractions Paris has to offer. Save time as you skip the queues with fast track entry at many attractions, including the Louvre and Musée d'Orsay, and take advantage of special offers at various Paris restaurants and shops.
Experience the grandeur of Versailles Palace and Gardens on a small group tour from Paris. With a maximum of only eight per group, this small group trip to Versailles ensures a more intimate experience. Hotel pickup from centrally located Paris hotels is included, taking all the guess work out of your trip. You can choose from a half-day tour (independent tour), either in the morning or afternoon, or a full-day tour (guided tour). On both the half-day and full-day tours you'll also be able to wander around the garden's groves and pools. If you visit Versailles on a Saturday or Sunday during April to October, you can see the famous fountain show in the gardens. The display is accompanied by music composed at the time of Louis XIV's court.
Don't waste time waiting in queues -- take a Louvre Museum prioritized guided tour. Make a booking and jump the queue to make the most of your limited time inside the world's largest museum. After your guided tour, you can stay on if you want to and continue exploring the Louvre Museum at your leisure.
See more than Paris and take a day trip to Monet's garden at Giverny and Louis XIV's palace of Versailles. The full-day tour combines the two most popular excursions from Paris in one trip. You'll explore France's royal history at the incomparably grand Versailles palace and see the gardens that inspired so many of Claude Monet's masterpieces at Giverny.