|Timing||Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 9:00 – 17:45
Wednesday and Friday 9:00 – 21:45
|Metro||Palais royal – Musee du Louvre (Metro 1 – 7)
Louvre Rivoli (Metro 1)
Pont des Arts
That’s the bridge connecting the louvre and the art school, where couples used to place locks on its side then throw the keys in the Seine. I think they removed literally tons of locks because the bridge started to collapse.
Institut du monde Arabe
|Timing||10h-18:00 closes on Mondays Wednesday & Friday 9:00 – 21:45|
The Arab World Institut is an institution that were created as a representation for the Arab world in France founded by 18 Arab countries in France to provide information about the Arab art and culture. It consists of a museum, library, auditorium, restaurant and offices.
It is famous for its beautiful architecture and geometric motifs formed by photo-sensitive motor controlled shutters that can close and therefore control the amount of light/heat entering the building from the sun. This building was designed by the famous Architect Jean Nouvel.
Mosquée de paris
|Timing||9:00-12:00 14 :00-18 :00 except on Fridays|
Restaurant de la Mosquée de Paris
They serve different types of Couscous, Tajines and other oriental meals. I personally don’t like desserts there because they are too sweet but their mint tea is delicious, it’s must-try!
Don’t miss the chance of having THE fast entry card that allows you to visit museums and attraction for free: the Paris Pass here. You can read about it in another post on Saving on sightseeing in Paris.
Read other posts on Paris:
- Guide for spending one week in Paris: day 1, day 2, day 3, day 4, day 5, day 6, day 7
- Before going to Paris
- How to get around in Paris
- Saving on sightseeing in Paris