Carnavalet Museum

Under this name a bit cryptic, hiding the most Parisian museums in the capital.

Oldest municipal museums Carnavalet aims to promote the history of Paris, from its earliest beginnings to the present day in all its aspects.

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The Eiffel tower

The Iron Lady, more than 324 meters high welcomes more than 7 million visitors each year ... and is only at 20 minutes walk from the Montparnasse Hotel Korner!

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Montparnasse Tower

The Montparnasse Tower, a remarkable view of Paris! and the only place in Paris where you do not see the tour Montparnasse!!!

The 56th floor and the panoramic terrace of the Montparnasse Tower will reveal an unusual Paris.

Climb to the top of the tower and discover the city in a different light.

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Le Musée Bourdelle

From the Former workshops of Bourdelle from the nineteenth century to the modern extension of Christian de Portzamparc in 1992, the Bourdelle Museum offers the public unique exhibition spaces open onto gardens conducive to stroll or meditation, two steps from Montparnasse.

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Cartier  Foundation

Opened in Paris since 1994, the Cartier's fiundation  is located in a building designed by the architect Jean Nouvel, all made of transparency and reflections. In this unique setting come to life creations, exhibitions and meetings.

At the same time a creative space for artists and a meeting point between art and the public, the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art aims to promote contemporary art and disseminate knowledge.

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Montparnasse Cemetary

Visit the Paris cemetery where many celebrities from the left bank are resting in peace: S. Gainsbourg, Marguerite Duras, Sartre J.P. & S. de Beauvoir, Ph. Noiret, J. Carmet, J. Poiret, C. Baudelaire, G. de Maupassant, the sculptor César and many others, side by side with unexpected sculptures such as a large multicolored cat, a surprising bird, two superb lions, etc ...

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This monument (free access), whose golden dome is a landmark in Paris was built in the 17th century during the reign of Louis XIV. The goal at the time was to create a "royal hotel able to receive and accommodate all the wounded officers and soldiers and to ensure sufficient funds for subsistence and maintenance ", hence the name Royal Hotel des Invalides.

Behind the rhetoric, however hiding another truth: the King, amateur of wars, could not bear the vision of crippled around the capital, which affected his reputation. Great strategist, Invalides allowed him to hide these "miserable" while providing the shelter and food.</p>n<p>Though imposing, architecturally the Invalides are simple, consisting of a large main courtyard of rectilinear buildings and a church. Soldiers housing are now usedby various museums around the courtyard (The Army Museum, divided into several theme rooms - paying Museum).

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Military School

In 1751, Louis XV ordered to his main architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel the construction of the Military School in Paris With the main objectives to train students to become officers. Today, cadets are always formed with experienced officers in on of the most important monument in Paris.

The Saint-Louis Chaptel, the Gabriel  rotunda Gabrie, the stables with more thatn 80 horses and its Library of more thatn 100 000 volumes of the College of Higher Education of the Army (CESAT) are the cornerstones of the school.

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Luxembourg Gardens

The Luxembourg Gardens are private gardens open to the public, located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Established in 1612 on Marie de Medici's request in order to accompany the Palace Luxembourg. It has been restored by the architect Jean-François-Thérèse Chalgrin under the First Empire, and now belongs to the domain of the house of the Senate.

It covers 23 hectares (21 open to the public) decorated with flowerbeds and sculptures. Appointment of choice for Parisians, it also attracts visitors from around the world.

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Ma grand-mère m'a dit

Natural canteen open from Monday to Friday, 12:00 to 03:00pm.
She revisits the forgotten vegetables and prepares you a balanced and healthy meal.
Take away available!

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Adress: 1 Rue Falguière


Le Divin Berbère

Offers Berber dishes handmade.
Do not forget to test the eastern pastries...
Average ticket: 20 € / person, excluding drinks
Open daily except Sunday lunch


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Adress : 57 Rue Falguière

Au Coin Pasteur

Au Coin Pasteur is a traditional French restaurant!

The "Pot au feu" and "veal head" are the cornerstones of this place since 1982, and more than ever the laurels of this palce, creating delight  to the existing customers and newcomers. The menu offers mostly fresh products prepared in the restaurant.

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Restaurant of traditional french cuisine slightly revamped, à la carte price 40 € - 50€

A Blog  well detailed that presents the restaurant!

Adress : 41, Boulevard Pasteur

Creperie Ty Breiz

The typical crepe from Britany, one of the best in Paris. Price 15€ to 30€.

Adress : 52, Boulevard de Vaugirard


Café Basil


Parisian cafe preparing good Burgers (cheese, mozzarella, vegetarianburger ...) but also Tartars and salads.

 Average ticket: 15 € / person, excluding drinks

Open: daily

Adress: 2, Boulevard Pasteur

Le Gagnage

French cuisine made in the tradition with a warm atmosphere.

 Price: from 23 € / person, excluding drinks

Open: Monday to Saturday

Address: 46 rue Falguière

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