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La nuit des musées à Paris

Museum Night in Paris

This Saturday, May 21st 2016, a major European cultural event will be taking place, Museum Night 2016. On this occasion a number of museums in Paris and the region will stay open late so that you can see the collections and latest exhibitions at night. Just for you, we’ve made a selection of the 10 essential museums in Paris so that you can make the most of this event.


Pianos in the stations of Paris

If you’ve recently used public transport in France, namely the train, you may have noticed the pianos on display in various stations of the capital. This large-scale operation began in the Gare Montparnasse in 2010, before expanding to various Parisian stations and elsewhere across France.

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North-South journey across Paris on the metro’s line 4

Line 4 of the Paris metro is 12.1km long and stops at 27 different stations. It crosses Paris lengthwise, traveling North-South from the flea markets of Clignancourt to clocktower of Montrouge. The line connects, at various points, to all of the city’s metro lines (except for the short feeder lines 3bis and 7bis). Taking the metro during your time in Paris is a wonderful way to discover the city. Here are some suggestions of stations to visit:

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Paris’ forgotten train stations

Are you familiar with Paris’ forgotten train stations? These are former train stations that have been converted, which you may have visited without knowing or «invisible» stations that are part of the landscape but that you don’t see as they’re closed to the public… If you’d like to find out more, this is the article for you!