Maison et Objet Paris starts next month, but Paris has much more to see than design trends at the interior design show. Discover 10 famous places to visit in Paris that will make this business trip so worthy.
1. The Eiffel Tower
The city of love is the city where the magic happens and the Eiffel Tower symbolises the lights and the love of Paris. When visiting the interior design show, we are sure that you will not miss the Eiffel Tower. From its looming construction to its stunning views of the city and just the general energy and buzz of the place, it really does live up to the billing.
2. Pere Lachaise Cemetery
Altough, this is not the obvious first choice amoung the many thing to do in Paris, this graveyard has a strange allure. From the many famous figures found here and ornated and elaborated tombs, Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison were buried here.
3. Palace of Versailles
One of the wonders of Paris, Versailles Palace is a monument that expresses the opolence of other times and tells the history of the decadence of french royalty. And if the massive opulence of the palace was not enough (you must see the Hall of Mirrors), the gardens will blow your mind.
4. Musee de Cluny
A hidden gem in the heart of Paris, Musee de Cluny is a medieval museum nestling within an ancient Roman bath complex. In fact, this tucked away treasure is one of the very best remnants of the ancient Roman city which would become Paris.
5. The Panthéon
The Paris Pantheon is a church turned mausoleum and resting place of France’s famous. Little visited, it is a magnificent building and ranks as one of the best places to visit in Paris.
6. Crypte Archeologique of Paris
One of the city’s best hidden gems is the Crypte Archeologique – an underground museum of Roman Paris. This site is more curious as it is directly beneath Notre Dame.
7. Notre Dame Cathedral
Standing at the very heart of the city, Notre Dame is an iconic cathedral and a staple entry on any list of places to go in Paris. With its looming ceilings and magnificent stained-glass windows, it is a wonderful place to visit.
8. Musee du Louvre
Immortalized by Dan Brown with The Davinci Code, Musee du Louvre it is full of masterpieces at every turn.
9. Sainte Chapelle
It is a beautiful upper chapel is formed of intricate stained-glass windows and a richly decorated ceiling.
10. The Catacombs of Paris
This underground burial complex houses six million skeletons dating to the 18th century. Stacked in endless corridors, it is a fascinating and haunting place.
Now that you know what to do during Paris Design Week, don’t miss Paris and Bon Voyage! Visit us at Hall 5B Stand L29!
Source: Paris Design Agenda
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