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Rue Cler

Rue ClerNearby City

4.4/55 Reviews
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Ashlie Lanning
"One of my favorite spots, with florists, fruit and meat market, and family friendly strolls."
Pathé Massy

Pathé MassyNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"Massy, located in the south of Paris, is the main transit point within the Greater Paris area. There are Massy-Palaiseau trains and RER stations next to the bus terminal, supermarkets, and banks. Newly opened Hilton Garden Inn and many apartments are also close to Orly Airport. It takes 25 minutes to get to Orly Airport by public transportation, 70 minutes to CDG Airport, direct RER direct fare 13.50 euros, 35 minutes direct RER to the city center, it is very convenient"
Le Champo

Le ChampoNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"Chambord is the ultimate in Renaissance architecture. The first highlight: Inside, it has a total of 440 rooms and 84 stairs. Step into the main fort from the main entrance, you are immediately placed in a bright and spacious marble palace, facing the famous "double spiral staircase", two independent groups The stairs are staggered around a common axis, spiraling upwards, and people going up and down the stairs can see each other without meeting. The second biggest attraction: its appearance. In addition to the round spire of the castle, you can also see many beautifully carved small roofs, which are the chimneys of the heating stove. From a distance, the whole castle is like a big cake filled with candles, as beautiful as a fairy tale."
iFLY Paris

iFLY ParisNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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Paul Wright (aka @OutUrbanArtsBoy)
"This is a giant sculpture composed of a bicycle buried underground. It’s like you’ve walked into the land of Lilliput, but for bicycles. But that’s the fun, that each piece – there’s a giant peddle, a giant curvature of a wheel and tyre and a giant ring-a-ding bell (imagine the noise it might make!) It’s by American artist Claes Oldenburg who is well known for his sculptures of everyday objects. You can even cycle up to the public park where it’s located too, by getting a daily hire of one of the city’s ‘Velib’ shared bikes."
Manoir de Paris

Manoir de ParisNearby City

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Casino de Dieppe

Casino de DieppeNearby City

Thalasso Deauville by Algotherm

Thalasso Deauville by AlgothermNearby City

ta-iconbased on 1435 reviews
Play Islands

Play IslandsNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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"This is a playground on Simmonds Road in Canterbury, with an adult play area and a children play area. There are some large amusement facilities for tourists to ride, and there is also a larger open space for tourists to play various exciting games. There are not too many tourists, and there is no need to queue for various activities."
The Royal Cinema

The Royal CinemaNearby City

ta-iconbased on 226 reviews
Curzon Canterbury

Curzon CanterburyNearby City

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