Edith Piaf is, was and forever will be the most iconic French-speaking singer of the 20th century (sorry, Céline Dion). The Parisian apartment where she once lived now houses a tiny museum to the superstar, showcasing everything from letters to her stage shoes. It’s free, but you have to test your French and call to schedule a visit. Nearby in the 20th arrondissement, true Piaf fans can also visit her grave at Père Lachaise cemetery, as well as the house where she was supposedly born, at 72 rue de Belleville (even if the story is apocryphal, it’s still part of the legend, right?).