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Best things to do in 4th arrondissement

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Museum
“Step inside the Centre Pompidou to fall under the spell of Picasso, Magritte, Duchamp, Pollock, Warhol and Tinguely! Your kids won’t be bored because there is specials areas for them and my girls even learn to walk in a Dubuffet cave. It open until 11 PM on thursday so it’s a good way to really see art pieces without any head hidden them! Place Georges-Pompidou, Paris – www.centrepompidou.fr * * *”
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Neighbourhood
“Beautiful neighborhood to have a walk (and see the famous Place des Vosges), to go shopping or to try the best falafels in town (several street food options). You can pass by Rue des Rosiers to have an amazing crêpe and if you wanna try amazing French perfumes, go to visit the small shop “Parle moi de Parfum”. ”
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Park
“Take your picnic to this beautiful park, hang out in the grass or on benches, and visit the home of Victor Hugo afterwards!”
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Neighbourhood
“There is Notre Dame, 200 years of building, still ok after the fire (anyway it was too long to wait get Inside...). Of course, Notre Dame but all the island ' l'ile de la cité" and her twin l'ile Saint Louis are good. take a walk, have an ice cream, sit near the Seine.... sweet life”
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Bed & Breakfast
“The Picasso Museum of Paris is one of the largest museums of painting in the world. Inaugurated in 1985 by the President of the Republic, François Mitterrand, it is set in the magnificent Hotel Salé at the heart of the Marais district, and is entirely filled by an extraordinary collection of works by the Spanish master. This museum has a refined style and is chronologically laid out around a magnificent staircase. Visitors travel through the 20th century, starting in 1895 and concluding in 1972, following the master artist step by step, and charting the progress of the founding father of the great currents of modern art. The diverse collection of Picasso's works is unparalleled worldwide, a”
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Monument / Landmark
“Emblematic building of the Latin quarter, the Pantheon is not only the last residence of France's great names - Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Jean Moulin, Simone Veil and other history makers are resting in peace here - this is also a very impressive piece of art to walk through. If you look up, you'll be awed by its 3-dome ceiling, letting a zenithal light coming in to exagerate the majestic view if the main room.”
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Department Store
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“Find the decoration of your futur flat or presents in this amazing concept stores 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris – www.merci-merci.com * * *”
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Home Goods Store
“Department store (Mondays to Saturdays 9:30 am - 8:00 pm and Sundays 11 am - 7:30 pm)”
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Falafel Restaurant
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“The very famous Fallafel in Paris, long queue almost everyday except on Saturday of course :)”
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Island
“Beautiful place, and « island » in the center of paris... just after Notre Dame.Very parisian, little old streets, cafés, brasseries, shops...and just to take time walking near la seine...”
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Church
“Unique, one of a kind! The stained glasses of this hidden Church are amazingly beautiful. Go there when it's sunny, you will be amazed by the beauty of this place ”
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Ice Cream Shop
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“best ice cream in town stop at the café for the nice view on the bridge best place to sit on the Island Saint Louis”
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City Hall
“The grand city hall is an iconic part of the French history. There is always something happening in the square in front or an exhibition to see!”
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Bookshop
“Shakespeare and Company is an English-language bookshop in the heart of Paris, on the banks of the Seine, opposite Notre-Dame. Since opening in 1951, it’s been a meeting place for anglophone writers and readers, becoming a Left Bank literary institution. The bookshop was founded by American George Whitman at 37 rue de la Bûcherie, Kilometer Zero, the point at which all French roads begin. Open 7/7 from 10am to 11pm... Definitely a place to visit!”
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Provençal Restaurant
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“great restaurant ,the food inspire from provence very good price and great people”
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Museum
“Parce qu'on y trouve de talentueux artistes, photographes mis en valeur dans un musée qui aspire à la sérénité et à la contemplation. ---ENGLISH--- Because you'll discover talented photographers, in a peaceful place.”
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