What are some of the best things to do in Paris

What are some of the best things to do in Paris

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I also want to know what are the best things to do in paris

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I want to know who was in paris

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous
        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          The quintessential Parisian

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Just walk by and buy nothing
            >Problem solved
            wow how hard was that?

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    taking the first taxi to the airport going home

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Paris is like Canada

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hate Paris too, like most people.
    But i'd say the best things to do are first going in august only (because Parisians are away), go to the Louvres, Orsay, maybe book a bateau mouche in order to see all the major monuments from the Seine, take one day for Versaille, maybe one day for Disneyland, 4 days top.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    tinder and hinge in Paris is an easy way to have fun ons

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going there for the first time in about 2 weeks but I'm just going to be a normal tourist, doing the free Rick Steve's walking tours, get some basedjack photos at the Eiffel tower and Arc of triumph, go to the versay palace, and taking photos of random frenchies walking around the street while carrying a baguette. Might even eat some snails. Also the train station I'm entering in on is considered a no go zone, and the different station I'm leaving from is also considered a no go zone. Oh and I read the advice multiple times not to get a hotel near the Eiffel tower because it's far away from central but I looked on google maps and it was a 15 minute metro journey so that bit left me kinda confused

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Eiffel tower
      Don't, it's full of africans selling shit. The best view of the Eiffel tower is far from it.
      >Arc of triumph
      Mid monument on a roundabout
      >versay palace
      This one is good

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        opinions on musée des Arts et Métiers, and the catacombs?

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Arts et Metiers
          extremely cool and based, it has thousands of intricate machines that people have built throughout history to solve their problems. prototypes, forgotten tools, so much cool stuff. pendulum-driven early industrial fax machine moonshots, stuff like that. also small gauge train tracks embedded in the wooden floor. my wife and I lived down the street from the museum for a few months and I got her pregnant there.

          >catacombs
          it's interesting enough. long line.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cool, thanks. I have known about arts et metiers for years because of the steampunk metro there and I saw the museum is free on Friday evenings, hopefully it is not going to be too busy then. And for the catacombs, I can just get an online ticket a few days prior "to avoid queues"? That's what their website says anyway

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              look man, I don't know about no online tickets, but if you want a real experience?
              take 'yo girl on the metro to the Olympiades station, get off, and explore this weird neosoviet 80s-corp megastructure in southeast paris:
              GPS coordinates (just pop them into google maps): 48.82570317262844, 2.3651545937689398

              There's a LOT of nooks and crannies in this thing, like multiple whole areas/malls/regions; I'd had dreams about strange places like this for years, and then it was weird finally going to one in person. Find a vietnamese place (there are like dozens) and get some fried rice (yes, add some maggi sauce at the table) and vietnamese pancakes or something. then just go exploring. there's the weird rooftop "world" between the massive linear towers, then there's stuff in the "balcony" regions. Way better way to spend a day than waiting hours to walk through a few hundred feet of catacombs.

              trust me on this one man. I'm not easily impressed, but if you have similar dreams to me, it's worth going to this strange place. I don't know why it was built.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Got any pics?

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                >48.82570317262844, 2.3651545937689398
                Looks like this.
                We had a lot of weird architectural projects in the 70s and 80s, the governement wanted to create new cities.

              • 3 months ago
                Anonymous

                Who would go to France to visit some commieblock shithole, this board is so shit, lol.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              >And for the catacombs, I can just get an online ticket a few days prior "to avoid queues"? That's what their website says anyway
              When I went, I just ordered tickets when they were available online (one week in advance) and showed up on the day and rime I bought the ticket for, there was like a 5 minute wait on a small line but it wasn't long when I went in October.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              I went on a Friday evening and it was pretty empty. I can also second Arts et Metiers, lots of cool stuff there.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Catacombs are worth a visit, quite eerie if you go when it's quiet. I went in February and had the place almost to myself.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            I do think the Louvre has plenty to offer apart form the main attractions. its historical artefacts are honestly better than most history museums.
            Musée de l'Armée is pretty good and not as packed as you'd expect even for being near the Eiffel Tower.

            *as long as you're a manlet, if you're tall then frick yourself because the tunnels are short.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Luckily I'm a 5'9 prince of manlets, so I was fine.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The Eiffel Tower is a must see Tourist trap. But it's still a tourist trap. I'd rather go Montmarte for views of the city.
      The Arc of Triumph is better seen in the models inside it.
      Versailles is a must. It's just a little bit crowded with clueless tourists doing the checklist, but if you enjoy history, it's a pretty enjoyable place.
      >frenchies walking around the street while carrying a baguette.
      I've not seen any of them. I mean, French people are pretty recognizable, and you shall eat a piece of bread but together in the street... nope
      >Might even eat some snails.
      Do it. They're tasty. At least the ones I had. They seem to be rather tricky to cook, so choose wisely. I got mine near Les Halles, but the Latin quarter seems to be good as well.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Leave

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The touristy shit really, for all its many faults.
    Louvre
    Eiffel Tower
    Notre Dame

    Just watch out for the Black folk who start wrapping shit around your wrist and then try to demand payment

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Quartier latin
    musée de Cluny
    les Quais de Seine.
    and bien sûr, avoid the north part and the suburbs. For instance, Colombes is probably the soullest city city ever concieved. Almost satanistic.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >what are some of the best things to do in Paris?
    I'll tell you the best thing to do in Paris: get on a fricking train or car the frick out of Paris. Everyone outright agrees that you need to go to versailles, which speaks volumes that your best recommendation from others is also "get out of paris" just in a more roundabout way. If you really want to be a homosexual and suck off baguettes in public then get an airbnb near the champs elyses, walk that shit from the arc east towards notre dame and check out stops along the way, hit up the opera, louvre and the eiffel tower, then spend a nice day in Montmartre with a stop at the Sacre Cour church and that's Paris done quick in 2 days. It is a complete waste to spend any more time here because France has a lot of tremendously good shit to offer that people never hear about because of Paris and Bordeaux.
    >Wine tours
    St Emilion is a 1 hr train ride from Bordeaux and infinitely better in both wine quality and scenery, far less tourists too. You can also go to Annecy if you want to explore less popular grape varieties like Syrah or Grenache wines (and Annecy is beautiful)
    >mountains
    Stop at Chamonix for a daytrip from Annecy, you will not be disappointed.
    >beachgay in summer
    Azure Coast/French Riviera
    >Disney wonder
    Colmar was the town that inspired the background art for Beauty and the Beast
    >Medieval wonders
    Carcassonne
    >Most beautiful manmade place on the planet
    Mont Saint-Michel, throw in a Normandy tour while you're headed there.

    Seriously, look up a few videos of these places and realize just how much of a garbage can shitfest France's major cities are in comparison. France's major cities are the biggest scam in the world, and the slap in the face comes when you realize what you skipped to go see literal shit instead. Quit being moronic, don't fall for the meme, avoid France's big cities and actually see what France really has to offer, you will be beyond glad you did.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You can also go to Annecy if you want to explore less popular grape varieties like Syrah or Grenache wines (and Annecy is beautiful)
      Annecy is beautiful but if a focus is on GSM wouldn't staying near Valence-Gigondas-Orange-Avignon area be better for that? You got Cornas and the Northern Rhone hills to the north and then Chateaunneuf du Pape on the southern end.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah there's better places for wine than Annecy, but that wasn't the point anon, the point was literally get the frick out of Paris. I recommended Annecy because its beautiful, close enough to Rhone for non cab/merlot wine and has a daytrip to Chamonix.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Head to the nearest airport there and leave.

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm in Paris this month for work. Any interesting nightlife activities to take the wife to? Clubs, bars, underground stuff, caberets, etc.?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      J'aime bien ce coin.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        is dis da street wit da pizza vendin' machine? and the fake ivy mason jar bar?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Try to book dinner at a 3/2/1 Michelin star restaurant. Might be too late for 3 star but you can probably find some 2stars.

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Try to stay alive

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can someone explain to me why there's a african migrant selling plastic Eifel towers in every 5 meters radius near the Eifel Tower? How do they make money? what is the scam here?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      they make money because my mother in law says "wow hmm actually those do look nice, that would be a nice souvenier!" and pays the hawker of color 15 european dollars

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The scam is that they want 5 euros or whatever for them and are extremely cheap and cost 5 cents from China and aggressively pressure you to buy more. And the people selling them aren't legal and can't get a real job they probably get 2 euros for every one sold.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Paris is great, theres shitty parts but the good stuff more than makes up for it. The people who complain about Paris are generally people who cant afford to go or Frenchmen trying to keep you away.

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    -restaurant boat cruise along the seine
    -eiffel tower
    -meal and a show at the moulin rouge
    -montmartre
    -picnic on the champ de mars
    -the catacombs
    -the louvre

  16. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Louvre was the most miserable museum I have ever been in. You will spend the whole time rubbing against dirty brown people speaking Spanish and disgusting mainland Chinese. There are so many of both of them in huge tour groups all over the place. It doesn't matter what items are there, you can't get a good look at anything and if you manage to get a good spot some brown tour guide will try push you out of the way a few seconds later. You can book a ticket in advance, well you will just stand in the 40 minute queue and not the 3 hour queue instead and the same disgusting people I said before will spend the whole time trying to push ahead while some meek attendant does not care to sort it out

    Versailles is very good. It is also busy but I found it a bit less so than the Louvre. It was only unbearablly so in a couple of the instagram photo spots, some of the other sections which are just as good were not busy at all (the "empire" part was very quiet). Make sure to download the audio guides on your phone for free (the official ones, which everyone seemed to be paying to rent the device for the same thing instead, buy morons will be morons...)

    Catacombs, arts et metiers, musse de l'armee were all very good

    There are basically teams of 3 soldiers armed with rifles on every street corner and more at every tourist place. Must be something to do with the success of mass immigration and multiculturalism

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I felt the same way about those places. Monet's house in Giverny was great though. Would recommend but google seems to say it's closed "temporarily." The place was just very comfy and the garden was very pretty. He was also a big collector of Japanese art. Some of his less well known art is on display. It was also uncrowded when I went and there were no african souvenir peddlers.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I did like the Louver.
      But I started in the least touristic places of the museum. I mean, I spend a lot more time in Greece, Persia, and Mesopotamia than anywhere closer to stuff made after the birth of Jesus.
      It was really cool and honestly underrated. Now, I didn't see the Mona Lisa, but the Venus of Milo, the Victory of Samothrace, and the Code of Hammurabi made it for me.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Louvre was the most miserable museum I have ever been in.
      All the big museums are like that, the Vatican, Uffizi, all of them.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Paris is a lovely city if you are from emerging market capitals or from other bustling cities
    I'm from Istanbul, and I'm used to everything being messy outdoors and kino indoors, if you know what you are doing ofc, so the chaos and things that come with it didnt bother me. it truly is a world capital. although the immigration stuff seems a bit out of hand at this point.

    I reckon friends from Istanbul, Brazil, London, Malaysia, India, China, New York, Baires, Mexico City etc, or those who enjoy these vibes, will enjoy Paris more.

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