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Find the not to be missed sights of Paris
Dedicated to science and the arts, Parc de la Villette continues to evolve. Open since 2015, the Philharmonie was designed to host the largest orchestras in the world, thanks to the work of Harold Marshall, famous for acoustic design. Another highly musical venue in the park, the Cité de la Musique regularly hosts exhibitions for big names such as Georges Brassens and Barbara. If you prefer live music, head to the Zenith, to applaud the biggest stars of today, or the Trabendo, to discover those of tomorrow. After music, place the world in silence with a trip to space. At the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, fun experiences teach you the mysteries of the cosmos. To see them with your own eyes, go to the Geode, where the Imax screens and the optimal sound offer total immersion. To come down to earth, head to Grande Halle. The old slaughterhouse in Paris has been turned into an exhibition space, but the building has retained its architecture of glass and metal. Before returning to your Kyriad Paris 10 Canal Saint-Martin - République hotel, make a detour to the Petite Halle, a restaurant where Paris cobblestones and rump steak intertwine, in a retro setting. An ideal introduction to bistronomy.
From your Kyriad Porte de Clignancourt hotel, head for the most romantic hill in Paris. The cable car is convenient, but how can you resist the steps of the hill, sung by lovers around the world? Trying to count the steps is a tradition, but in the face of so much poetry, you risk losing the thread ... Because on the way, it's the artists Paris you encounter. At the Chat noir bistro or Moulin de la galette, two mythical signs of the neighborhood, it is easy to imagine coming across the ghost of Toulouse-Lautrec. On the place du Tertre, it is impossible to resist the desire to acquire a view of Paris or a portrait, painted by the artists present. A more recent culture, the vines of Montmartre are the only ones in Paris. Logically therefore, it is here that the Fêtes des vendanges (Wine Harvest Festival) is celebrated every year. The ascent ends with the Sacré-Cœur. The basilica, built in the late nineteenth century, impresses with its Byzantine dome, colorful mosaics, crypt and centenary organ. After the visit, the magic continues on the forecourt, which offers a breathtaking view of the most beautiful city in the world. Take a moment to admire Paris, in an unexpected calm. And too bad for selfies!
Want a bit of nature leaving your hotel Kyriad Paris 10 Canal Saint-Martin Republic? Much brighter than the catacombs, the Père-Lachaise cemetery is above all a beautiful garden. With its 40 hectares of greenery, its remarkable trees and its many birds, it is the ideal place for a romantic stroll in the capital. Lovers do not like to walk near the tomb of Heloise and Abelard, damned lovers of the early twelfth century, entombed for eternity in a beautiful mausoleum. A little further on, Chopin, who requested that his heart be sent to the church of the Holy Cross of Warsaw, while the rest of his body remained in Paris. An anecdote among many, to be explored during a guided tour: take a literary walk with Molière and Jean de la Fontaine, the first "stars" of Père-Lachaise arrived almost 100 years after their death to popularize the cemetery or rock ride with Jim Morrison and Alain Bashung. To go even further, you can opt for an unusual tour with a vampirologist ... But do not look for occult reasons to explain the appearance of potatoes on the grave of Antoine-Augustin Parmentier: it is simply a prank by the gardeners.