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34 thoughts on “A Different Guide to Paris”

    1. Uh lung linh lắm, visit cái này hay hơn Louvre nhiều. Mà máy t lô ấy, chứ m xịn chụp chắc còn đẹp hơn 😉

  1. Great post! I didn’t visit Paris before, so I’m a beginner 🙂 but I will consider adding some of this places on my bucket list in Paris, I like attractions than are less-known and not so full with people 😉

    1. Thank you 🙂 You should also consider visiting the Jardin du Luxembourg. It is a nice garden. But it was pouring rain when I was in Paris, so no garden for me 🙁

  2. Sainte-Chappelle was soooo beautiful. I don’t know how it compares to Notre Dame because I didn’t go into the latter but it was enough on its own!

  3. I love this post – It’s great to get away from tourist traps! I keep coming back to your blog because the pictures are so stunning! 🙂

  4. Absolutely love Paris and I’ve been to all the places you mentioned on this post. Paris is such a charming city and I’d very much like to visit again. I love that great shot of the Grande Arche, at La Défens! I must say you take very good photographs. Thanks for sharing these beautiful cities in Europe. Cheers!

  5. Sainte-Chappelle Is my favorite church! Your photography is fabulous and I’m enjoying seeing some familiar places through your lens. Thank you for sharing the beautiful of traveling.

  6. Great selection! I have been to Paris long time ago (more than 15 years ago, pheew!). I’ve seen the modern quarter, but I don’t remember the Sainte Chapelle. Aaah Paris… Need to check the flight tickets 😀

    1. You should do it! I have heard that spring in Paris is pretty nice 😉 The Sainte Chapelle was opened to public just a few years ago. Before that, they were closed for renovation. Perhaps that’s why you didn’t hear about it before.

  7. Those are indeed places I didn’t have time to see when I went to Paris, so well done on compiling this list! Yesterday I just found out that one of my father’s dreams is visiting Paris. So maybe one day I will return with my parents.

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