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Boulogne-billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, Ile de France

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Boulogne-Billancourt, located in the Hauts-de-Seine region of Île-de-France, is a vibrant and attractive city that combines tradition and modernity. Just minutes from Paris, this city offers an abundance of green parks, fascinating museums, and a lively cultural scene. Be amazed by the stunning Art Deco villas and buildings scattered throughout the city. The Bois de Boulogne provides a nature esca...See more
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Paris by Night: Moulin Rouge Show & Seine River Cruise with Hotel Transfers
4.8 km

Paris by Night: Moulin Rouge Show & Seine River Cruise with Hotel Transfers

ArrayWhy You Shouldn’t Miss This Embark on a charming cruise aboard a glass-topped boat and take in spectacular views of Paris. As you float along the Seine River, pass by iconic Parisian landmarks such as the Louvre, Notre Dame de Paris, Musée d’Orsay, and much more. With the complimentary audio guide, learn all about the area and its famous landmarks. Situated at the heart of the lively Montmartre district, the Moulin Rouge first opened its doors in 1889. Today, it attracts over 600,000 spectators a year! The fantastic Feerie cabaret review brings together an extensive troop of performers, including 60 Doriss Girl Dancers recruited from all over the world. Featuring costumes produced in Paris's most prestigious studios and stunning, colorful stage sets created by Italian artists, the cabaret is much more than just a show. Over the years, it has rightly garnered a legacy for world-class entertainment. Your Experience Hop Aboard the Seine River Cruise Your tour will begin at your hotel, where you will be picked up and led to the tour office at Port de la Bourdonnais, located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. From there, you will embark on a relaxing one-hour cruise along the Seine River. Pass by the city’s charming landmarks as you gently glide past them on your boat. After your cruise, it’s off to an unforgettable evening at the legendary Moulin Rouge. Time for the Moulin Rouge! Instantly recognizable with its lipstick-red facade and giant windmill, feel the excitement build up as you make your way into the legendary Moulin Rouge. You will be served a half bottle of champagne for the course of the show, which is included with your ticket. Witness the French Cancan come to life amidst a colorful explosion of costumes, decorations, and dazzling set designs. Created by Doris Haug and Ruggero Angeletti, Féerie has been in production at the Moulin Rouge since 1999. Sit back and relax as you enjoy the two-hour long show featuring over talented performers from around the world. Be amazed by the exceptional routines and numbers set against the backdrop of an original musical score played and recorded by 80 musicians.

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Moulin Rouge Show and Dinner with Transfers
4.8 km

Moulin Rouge Show and Dinner with Transfers

ArrayWhy You Shouldn't Miss This Situated at the heart of the lively Montmartre district, the Moulin Rouge first opened its doors in 1889. Today, it attracts over 600,000 spectators a year! The fantastic "Feerie" cabaret review brings together an extensive troop of performers, including 60 Doriss Girl Dancers recruited from all over the world. Featuring costumes produced in Paris's most prestigious studios and stunning, colorful stage sets created by Italian artists, the cabaret is much more than just a show. Over the years, it has rightly garnered a legacy for world-class entertainment. Step into the world of rhinestones, feathers, and sequins for a truly enchanting experience! Your Experience As a part of this experience, you will be picked up from your hotel in Paris and be taken to the Moulin Rouge. The Moulin Rouge enjoys quite an elevated reputation in the entertainment circles of Paris. Known as the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance, Moulin Rouge was founded in 1889 and has transformed from a venue for courtesans to present their art to an attraction that entertains people from all over the world. Making your evening unforgettable will be a gourmet 3-course meal created by the chef David Le Quellec. Choose from the famous Menu Mistinguett or the Belle Epoque menu options. Following the delicious meal, you can enjoy the enigmatic ‘Féerie’ show that features amazing choreography and intricately designed costumes. Menu Mistinguett Appetizer Eggplants from Nice | Shaving of Aged Parmesan | Arugula Pesto | Semi-Cooked Tuna Tataki | Beetroot Carpaccio with Smoked Oil Main Course Pan Fried Salmon | Pea’s French Style and Burned Onion | Breast of Farm Chicken, Fricassée of Seasonal Vegetables, Taragon Juice Desert “Tendresse” of Red Berries, Fruity Marshmallows and Raspberry Sauce | Gourmandise of Three Chocolates “Echiquier” Pastry, Crispy Chocolate Pearls Belle Epoque Apetizer Raw and Cooked Asparagus | Bresaola | Pigeon Heart Tomatoes | Baby Arugula Salad | Scottish Smoked Salmon | Whipped Cream with Lime Jus Main Course Pan Fried Fillet of Beef | Cheek Cannelloni | Boulangères Potatoes, Swiss Chard, Mesclun, Beef Juice with Taggiasca Olives Fillet of Sea Bass, Poached and Served Like a Bouillabaisse, Rouille Sauce and Croutons Desert Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse | Cocoa Streusel Delight of Seasonal Fruits with a Cream of Pecan Nuts and Lime | Moulin Rouge Cheesecake with Red Berries

Tour begins and ends at your hotel 75001 Paris
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Paris by Night: Moulin Rouge Show & Paris City Tour with Hotel Transfers
4.8 km

Paris by Night: Moulin Rouge Show & Paris City Tour with Hotel Transfers

ArrayWhy You Shouldn’t Miss This As one of the top tourist destination in the world, Paris is filled with several exciting locations, monuments, parks, galleries, and museums. During the daytime, these monuments and bridges are a sight to behold. At night, however, the city transforms, and almost every building is illuminated beautifully. Going around the city and seeing the numerous attractions in a new light is something every visitor to Paris must do. One of the most famous shows in Paris is the Moulin Rouge. As the birthplace of the modern can-can dance Moulin Rouge is a popular tourist destination. The club is still decorated in the late 19th-century style, giving it an old-fashioned yet gorgeous appearance. The Feerie show consists of 4 scenes, each focused on a different theme, showcasing everything from acrobatics and circus shows to eye-catching dance routines. Your Experience You will be taken on a tour of Paris at night. You will see the numerous monuments and bridges of the city lit up wonderfully at night, and understand the origin of its name as the City of Lights. You will be taken to several renowned locations such as the Champs Elysees, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Place de l'Opera. At night, the entire square of the Place de l’Opera is lit up and presents a sight to behold. A recorded commentary will be played as you go around Paris, allowing you to get a background history of the city. You will then get a chance to attend the Feerie show at Moulin Rouge. You will be given half a bottle of champagne to enjoy, as you see a troupe of almost a 100 artists perform on stage. 60 Doris Girls, recruited from across the globe will play on stage, with more than a 1000 costumes made of feathers and glitter on display. You will see some internationally acclaimed performances, and a chance to see the giant Aquarium. With an original background score by 80 musicians and 60 singers, you are guaranteed to have a night that you cannot forget. When the show is finished, you will be dropped back to your hotel in the air-conditioned bus.

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Pont du Garigliano
2.4 km

Pont du Garigliano

The Pont du Garigliano is a bridge across the Seine in Paris. Location and constructionThe Pont du Garigliano links Boulevard Martial-Valin in the quartier de Javel (15th arrondissement), to Boulevard Exelmans in the Auteuil quartier (16th arrondissement). It is a metal bridge made of three spans (of 58m, 93m and 58m) soldered to six beams and carried on only two piles, close to the river banks. It spans roadways on both banks before reaching the ground. It is the highest bridge in Paris, at 11 metres above the level of the Seine (making it a popular place for suicides, such as that of Boris Fraenkel). It is very close to the studios of France Télévision, and to the Hôpital Européen Georges-Pompidou. HistoryFrom 1863 to 1962, the two-level stone viaduc d'Auteuil (or viaduc du Point-du-Jour) ran across the river at this point, carrying Petite Ceinture trains on its upper level and car traffic on its lower level. When car transport increased on the Boulevards des Maréchaux, and since the arches of the existing structure were too low to be passed under by river traffic, it was decided to replace it. Construction began in 1963 under the architect Davy and the engineer Thenault, and the new structure was inaugurated on 1 September 1966. The present structure is named after General Juin's victory at the Battle of Garigliano in Italy in 1944.Since the end of 2006, the art-work Le Téléphone has been installed on its downstream side, implanted in the exterior face of the pavement. It consists of a telephone cabin sculpted in the form of a flower by the architect Frank Gehry, with no function other than to receive calls from Sophie Calle, the artist who created the idea, in order to accompany the inauguration of the service on Tramway des Maréchaux, whose terminus is very close. Source : Wikipédia – Reproduction of extracts of original text. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Photo : Créative Commons

Pont du Garigliano 75015 Paris
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Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre
5 km

Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre

Created in 1869 under the second Empire as " place of King of Rome " (in homage to Charles Joseph Bonaparte, son(sons,thread) of emperor Napoleon Ier), it took the name of Trocadéro in 1877, baptized so in memory of the battle which took place on August 31st, 1823, during whom a French expeditionary force deprived of the hands of the Spanish liberal revolutionaries the fort of the Trocadéro, which defended the port from Cadiz to Spain, and restores the authority of the monarch Ferdinand VII. In 1826, during a reconstruction of this feat of arm during a military parade in front of king of France Charles X, the topography of places serves to represent this battle: the hill of Chaillot represents the " fort of the Trocadéro " and must be then "conquered" from Champ-de-Mars where from left the French "troops" (a fort for pasteboard is built on the hill).Between 1876 and 1935, the place is lined by the palace of the Trocadéro; since the exhibition specialized 1937, this one was replaced by the Palais de Chaillot; the center of the place is occupied as for him by the Column of the peace, realized by Albert Laprade (today disappeared). At the beginning of the xxe century, on the beam giving onto the place understanding the block between avenues Raymond-Poincaré and Kleber, and behind the street of Longchamp is present the deposit of the general Company of local trains; nowadays, cafés and apartment buildings replaced it. In 1956, the writer Maurice Genevoix inaugurates the Monument to the glory of the French army, Paul Landowski's sculpture, situated along the Passy Cemetery. The current name of the place of Trocadéro-et-du-11-Novembre dates 1978. On May 1st, 2012, a public meeting gathering, according to the organizers, several hundreds of thousand persons is organized place of the Trocadéro: it is about the last public meeting of the candidate Nicolas Sarkozy for the presidential election the second tour of which takes place next Sunday.On May 13th, 2013, a party is organized by the PSG on the place to celebrate the victory of the club of football during the French championship at the end of the week the previous one. Because of several vandals' tens, this one is nevertheless shortened and gives rise to confrontations with law enforcement and to vandalism of brasseries and vehicles parked on the place. This violence is unanimously condemned by the political class but the right denounces a lack of preparation on behalf of Home Secretary and of prefect of police; they question for the future this kind of sportive events in Paris. Source : Wikipédia – Reproduction d’extraits du texte original. 
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17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre 75116 Paris
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