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CITY GUIDE DE L'HÔTEL ESPACE CHAMPERRET

Musée du Louvre

Musée du Louvre

Every trip to the capital deserves a visit to the Louvre to discover the wealth of treasures it contains. The museum houses western works of art dating from the Middle Ages to 1848, in addition to collections of ancient oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman civilizations, as well as graphic and Islamic arts.
Rives de Seine Park

Rives de Seine Park

The Rives de Seine Park, with a total length of 7 kilometers spans both banks of the river in Paris and offers a place for walking and recreation to the waterfront in the heart of the capital. On the left bank, you can stroll the Alma bridge Pont Royal. The route on the right bank of the Pont Neuf takes us to the Pont de Sully, without forgetting the Arsenal basin between the platform of the Rapee and Bastille Square Times : 24 hours / 24, 7 days / 7. Prices Free for all.
PARIS PASS'LIB

PARIS PASS'LIB

The Paris Passlib' Transport, museums, a cruise ... Available for 2, 3 or 5 days, the Paris City Pass makes life easier and cheaper : up to 20% per pass. Coming to Paris for a weekend or several days? The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau can provide you with the ‘Paris Passlib’, a ready-to-go sightseeing package that enables you to discover the French capital’s top sights and benefit from numerous practical advantages that will make your trip to Paris even more enjoyable! The Paris Passlib’ is available for adults, young people and children, in a Mini, 2, 3, or 5 day version to adapt to the length of your stay and what you would like to see and do. It gives you priority access to the sites listed and unlimited travel on Paris’s public transport.
Venise en fête, de Tiepolo à Guardi at the Musée Cognacq-Jay (until 25 June)

Venise en fête, de Tiepolo à Guardi at the Musée Cognacq-Jay (until 25 June)

In the heart of the Marais area, between a courtyard and a garden, a fine private mansion presents an exceptional 18th century art collection: paintings by Boucher, Chardin and Fragonard, drawings by Watteau, sculptures and furniture, precious items (jewellery, snuff boxes, Dresden china, etc.). Atmosphere of a Parisian house of the 18th century. Collections bequeathed to the City of Paris by Ernest Cognacq and his wife, Louise Jay, founders of the Samaritaine department store. An exhibition titled Sérénissime ! Venise en fête, de Tiepolo à Guardi at the Musée Cognacq-Jay (until 25 June) depicts sumptuous festivities in the Italian city in times past through around 60 works by great masters of the Venetian school of art.

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