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Bonjour! There’s nothing like visiting Paris, the city of love, the city of light. From indulging in delicious French cuisine to cruising on the river Seine, it’s enough to make your heart flutter. But it’s also fun to go off the beaten path. Read on to discover the cool and unique things to do in Paris.
Night Photography Tour
Capture your Paris experience by learning how to take beautiful images in a private three hour night photography tour. Led by one of three professional guides, you’ll meet in a café to discuss your skill level and technical experience so that your guide can create the perfect tour for you and your group. You’ll photograph magnificent landmarks and the stream of lights from cars, lamps, and boats gliding on the river Seine.
Funfair Museum (Musee des Arts Forain)
Embrace your inner child by booking an appointment (yes, you need one) at the Funfair Museum. It’s an offbeat place that’s home to a private collection of amusement park memorabilia dating from 1850-1950. Your face will light up when you see the rides, carousels, merry-go-rounds, swings, and more. It’s not your typical museum!
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Determine which path is right for you
Paris is one the leading fashion capitals of the world. But it also boasts many hidden passages across the city, like Galerie Viviene. It’s one of the most chic and features expensive boutique shops, stylish restaurants, brilliant architecture, and a fabulous vibe. Go ahead and splurge!
Are You Ready to Have Cool and Unique Experiences in Paris?
Paris may be known for the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Louvre but it’s more than these attractions. There’s unusual Paris with its strange places to visit. You can have the best of both worlds by booking a cruise with Uniworld Boutique River Cruises. Take a “secret” Versailles palace tour, and on your “free” day, explore the cool and unique things to do in Paris. See the passer-through-walls in Montmartre. Au revoir!