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How to avoid Paris's tourist traps

Published On 10/30/2013 Published On 10/30/2013
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1. Musée du Louvre 99 Rue de Rivoli, Paris, 75001 (Louvre)

The Louvre is one of the most famous and acclaimed museums in the world, featuring works from Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo.

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2. Musée Rodin 79 Rue de Varenne, Paris, 75007

Established in 1916, the Rodin Museum is dedicated to the works of the French sculptor Auguste Rodin.

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3. La Fine Mousse 6 avenue Jean Aicard, Paris, 75011 (Bastille)

This bar has an amazing beer selection (22 on tap), plus quality wines (obviously), and tasty cheese plates.

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4. Le Supercoin 3 Rue Baudelique, Paris, 75018

Located at 3 Rue Baudelique, Le Supercoin is a laid back bar that serves up quality microbrews.

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5. Cave à Bulles 45 rue Quincampoix, Paris, 75004 (Le Marais)

If you're looking to pick up some fine craft beers, Cave à Bulles is one of your best bets in Paris because of their expansive collection.

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6. Bièrissime 85 bis boulevard Magenta, Paris, 75010

Bièrissime sells a myriad of different craft beers from around the world, and they also have frequent in-store tastings.

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7. Peoples Drug Store 78 rue des Martyrs, Paris, 75018 (Monmartre)

Although this isn't your typical drugstore in the traditional sense, it does have plenty of "medicine" in the form of a gigantic craft beer selection.

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8. Père Lachaise Cemetery 16 Rue du Repos, Paris, 75020

This cemetery is one of Paris's most popular tourist attractions, mostly because it contains the grave of The Doors singer Jim Morrison, as well as other famous musicians and authors.

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9. Montmartre Cemetery 20 Ave Rachel, Paris, 75018 (Monmartre)

This cemetery may not be as famous or as popular as Père Lachaise Cemetery, but it does house a long list of notables including artist Edgar Degas and filmmaker François Truffaut.

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10. Tour Montparnasse 33 Avenue du Maine, Paris, 75015

The Montparnasse Tower is a 210-meter office skyscraper located in the Montparnasse area of Paris, and it offers some of best views of the city.

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11. Printemps 64 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, 75009

Printemps is a large department store in Paris that has a rooftop cafe offering terrific views of the the City of Light.

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12. Eiffel Tower 5 Avenue Anatole France, Paris, 75007

Built as the entrance to the 1889 World's Fair, the Eiffel Tower is Paris's most notable and iconic landmark.

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13. Basilique du Sacré-Cœur 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, Paris, 75018 (Monmartre)

One of the most popular attractions of the city, this Catholic church and basilica is located at the summit of the butte Montmartre, the highest point in Paris.

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14. La Cave Café 134 Rue Marcadet, Paris, 75018

This corner brasserie is an ideal spot to grab an adult beverage or a bite to eat and people watch while enjoying the quiet and comfortable setting.

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