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Paris is the ultimate travel bucket-list item for just about everyone in the world. There are endless cultural and historical things to see and do. You can spend a week walking around this romantic city and still feel like you did not have enough time. Our Paris Checklist helps you to narrow down where you want to go so you can prioritize everything you want to see. Print out this list and then hit the town!
☐ Eiffel Tower | most iconic cultural symbol of Paris, built in 1889 for the World's Fair
☐ The Louvre | world's largest art museum and holds famous pieces such as the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and even the Law Code of Hammurabi
☐ Arc de Triomphe | world's largest triumphal arch, commissioned by Napoleon in 1806, it honors those who fought in the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars
☐ Ile de la Cite | the actual center of Paris and a natural island in the Seine
☐ Pont Neuf | oldest standing bridge across the River Seine
☐ Notre Dame Cathedral | see Christian relics, like the Crown of Thorns, and the Treasury, with Napolean's coronation robes
☐ Sainte Chapelle | largest collection of 13th-century stained glass anywhere in the world
☐ The Conciergerie | prison where Marie Antoinette and others were held before being taken to Place de la Concorde to be executed
☐ Place de la Concorde | site of guillotine execution of King Louis XVI, Mari Antoinette, and Robespierre during the French Revolution
☐ Eiffel Tower | This is an iconic viewpoint in Paris. There are three floors, but the 3rd floor can only be reached via an elevator. If you want to walk to the 2nd floor, then you will walk 704 stairs, which is about 15 minutes.
☐ Arc de Triomphe | There are 284 stairs here and the lines are not as long here as at the Eiffel Tower. The views at sunset are especially stunning
☐ Montparnasse Tower | Tallest skyscraper in France until 2011, offers terrific panoramic views of Paris from the observation deck
☐ The Pantheon | referred to as the "Balcony of Paris" because it offers 360° views of Paris
☐ Seine River Cruise | see the landmarks of Paris as you relax on a boat
☐ Watch an Opera at the Palais Garnier | setting for the musical “Phantom of the Opera”
☐ The Catacombs | bones of six million Parisians lie here. In the 18th-century, cemeteries were cleared around Paris and the bones were moved to these underground tunnels
☐ Musee d’Orsay | largest collection of impressionist art in the world. Monet, Manet, Degas, Cezanne, Renoir, Van Gogh, Gaugin and more
☐ Pompidou Centre | largest modern art museum in Europe
☐ Musee de l’Orangerie | small museum feating impressionist artwork, including Monet, Picasso, Sisley, Cezanne, Matisse, and more
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Edinburgh is the United Kingdom’s second most popular tourist destination, and it’s not hard to understand why! Situated on the beautiful grassy hills of Edinburgh, the medieval Old Town and Georgian New Town are together listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The list is truly endless for things to do in Amsterdam. It is a major world city with fabulous cultural and historical significance. If you are planning a trip to this canal city, then here are the things you will not want to miss.
Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey are classic things to do in London for good reason! After you have seen the main tourist attractions, you may be wondering what else London has to offer. The best way to explore London is to blend in and not to stand out as a tourist. That is why we have put together this Local's Guide to London to help you get the best experience out of your vacation. Get ready to enjoy the diversity, the culture, and the history of London.
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