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Which Metro Station Do I Need For Famous Paris Sights?

Paris is actually a very compact city, so visiting the many famous sightseeing attractions, shows and other well-known places is very easy when you take the Metro or RER.

Listed below are a few of the top sights in Paris, together with the name of the Metro or RER station you will need to get off at to visit them, which you can find on the Paris Metro Map:

Paris Tourist Attractions Nearest Metro/RER Station Metro/RER Line(s)
Arc de Triomphe Arc de Triomphe Charles de Gaulle Etoile Paris Metro Line 1 Paris Metro Line 2 Paris Metro Line 6 Paris RER Line A
Bateaux Mouches Bateau Mouche Pont de l'Alma Paris RER Line C
Eiffel Tower Eiffel Tower Trocadéro Paris Metro Line 6 Paris Metro Line 9
Le Lido de Paris Le Lido De Paris George V Paris Metro Line 1
Les Folies Bergère Folies Bergere Cadet Paris Metro Line 7
Les Invalides Les Invalides Invalides Paris Metro Line 8 Paris Metro Line 13 Paris RER Line C
Louvre Louvre Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre Paris Metro Line 1 Paris Metro Line 7
Moulin Rouge Moulin Rouge Blanche Paris Metro Line 2
Musée d'Orsay Musée D'Orsay Musée d'Orsay
Solférino
Paris RER Line C
Paris Metro Line 12
Musée Jacquemart-André Musée Jacquemart-André Miromesnil Paris Metro Line 9 Paris Metro Line 13
Notre Dame Notre Dame Cité Paris Metro Line 4
Palais de Versailles Palais de Versailles Versailles-Rive Gauche Paris RER Line C
Place de la Concorde Place de la Concorde Concorde Paris Metro Line 1 Paris Metro Line 8 Paris Metro Line 12
Sacre Coeur Sacre Coeur Anvers Paris Metro Line 2
Statue Of Liberty (Large) Statue Of Liberty on the River Seine Avenue du Président Kennedy Paris RER Line C
Statue Of Liberty (Small) Statue Of Liberty in the Luxembourg Gardens Luxembourg Paris RER Line B

All thumbnail images on this page are courtesy of Wikipedia.

Walking Paris by Gilles Desmon

This is obviously just a tiny sampling of Paris tourist attractions. The best way to see Paris is on foot, and from my own personal experience, I can highly recommend "Walking Paris" by Gilles Desmon.

The book contains 30 walks around Paris and its suburbs, and each route is fully detailed, with a map, points of interest (e.g. historical, architectural), as well as details of how to get to the start point, which may be by Metro, or it may be by bus (or it may even be a short walk from your hotel, if you're lucky).

Alternatively, check out our very own "My Favourite Things To Do In Paris".

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