Experiences in Paris without admission charge

Well-known as the most beautiful, luxurious and expensive city in the world; however, tourists can also enjoy many exciting activities here without spending a single euro.

Listed here are some places that you should not miss when arriving in Paris. Specially, all of them are free for everyone.

The first Sunday of the month

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Louvre Museum

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These are the days when famous museums and statues in Paris open to the public without admission charge for the tourists thanks to the program “Free Sunday” in each month. On this occasion, you can freely visit the museum Louvre, Musee d’Orsay or wander to some places deep in the streets like

Albert-Kahn musée et jardins, Musée de l’Assistance Publique and many others that you might have never thought of because the admission charge is so high on ordinary days.

Parc de la Villette – free outdoor cinema

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Parc de la Villette at night

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Opened in almost all of the nights in summer in Paris, Parc de la Villette is one of the most well-known free outdoor cinema. Just by finding yourselfa suitable seat, enjoying the freshatmosphere at Parc de la Villette and seeing the interesting movie, you are participating in an amazing community event of the local residents.

Wandering in the garden Luxembourg

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Located in the Latin street, the garden Luxembourg has the total area of 224.500 m2, surrounded by the mental fence with sharp arrows covered by golden coating. Inside the garden, there are hundreds of statues, fountains and also the initial version of the famous Statue of Liberty. Among the well-known places of Paris, Luxembourg could be considered a perfect place for the tourists. It would be more romantic when you enjoy this comfortable atmosphere with a book or simply a wandering around the garden.

Besides, tourists can visit some interesting and colorful places such as Love Wall, the street La promenade Plantee, the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris. Let’s come to enjoy.