- “Love wall”
There is a wall set in the center of Montmartre Abbesses garden. It’s called “I love you” wall, and made of 612 green ceramic with 40 square meters in area.
The phrase “I love you” was written more than 1000 times with about 300 different languages.
2. Notre Dame:
Notre Dame is the ancient church,the most famous church not only in Paris but also all over the world, located on the Île de la Cité island.
Notre Dame is also the cathedral of Roman Catholic Archdiocese in Paris. When tourist travel Paris, Notre Dame is always one of their choices. This is the famous architecture with Gothic style.
All services are free here.
3. Luxembourg garden:
Located in District 6 of Paris, Luxembourg is the largest and most famous garden. There is the Luxembourg palace inside the garden, and nowaday it becomes a headquater of French Senate. Travellers can walk around here for sightseeing,contemplate memorials and a few other buildings. This is the wonderful place!
4. The Georges Pompidou center:
Located in district 4, Paris, France, Georges-Pompidou is the cultural center. There is the classical art museum here it is well-known for the wonderful architecture. Every year, 5.3 million tourist were attracted by the Georges-Pompidou just behind Louvre museum and Eiffel tower in Paris.
5. Free visit Pere-Lachaise cemetery:
Pere Lachaise is well-known one of the largest cemeteries in Paris and in the world. Travellers don’t miss this place when visit Paris, especially on weekend secluded mornings. You can get there by subway because this is the shortest way. There are many famous persons were rest in Pere Lachaise like Jim Morrison ( The Doors rock band) or diva Edith Piaf.
6. Watching free movies in Villette park.
If you are a person like watching movie,you can visit Villette park.
Villette park is one of the largest green lung of Paris. There are many important cultural events of the capital celebrated here. In summer, people of Paris as well as many travellers can enjoy many exciting movies outdoor in this park. To reach the Villette park , you can catch a subway Line 5 and get off at Porte de Pantin station.