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Rue Bonaparte

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Rue Bonaparte

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See the highlights at the Louvre with a guide, and gain a depth of understanding for famous works such as the 'Mona Lisa' and 'Venus de Milo.' This tour includes a skip-the-line admission ticket, which should save hours of waiting in line. Plus, you have the option of a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule, or upgrade to a private tour.
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Pjk wrote a review Mar 2020
Plainsboro, New Jersey43,354 contributions210 helpful votes
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The rue Bonaparte is a great street in Paris for visitors to use. With a little bit of hedging it connects the Luxembourg Gardens to the Tuileries by way of the Pont des Arts and the Louvre. After exploring the Luxembourg Gardens you can pick up the rue Bonaparte by exiting at the bottom left as you face the Seine. It's just across the rue Vaugirard. Walking towards the river there is a nice fountain to see and at least one permanent statue to photograph, plus, usually, a few surprises along the way. The street intersects the Blvd. St. Germain just at les Deux Magots and the Eglide St. Germain des Pres, but if you are tempted to stop for a drink, walk one more block to the Cafe Bonaparte. Six or seven blocks farther along will take you to the river just at the Pont des Arts, a pedestrian bridge with a great view of the tip of the Ile de la Cite to the right and about a half of the Eiffel Tower to the left. (You can come out here after dark and watch as the Seine tourist boats sail underneath you , all lit up, and watch the tower twinkle on the hour.) On the other side of the bridge is an entrance to an inner courtyard of the Louvre. To the left there is an exit out past the pyramids, then into the Tuileries Gardens. Voila! From the Luxembourg Gardens to the Tuileries via the rue Bonaparte. Kinda.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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aharons915 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel3 contributions
This is Paris!!! Quiet street, the marvelous Saint-Sulpice Cathedral, Historic Coffee houses and food markets
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Deborah M wrote a review Sep 2019
Chappaqua, New York3 contributions4 helpful votes
Incredible visit at Hotel Saint Germain des Pres. Best neighborhood in Paris. Walking distance from EVERYTHING - ile st Louie, Musee D’Orsay, The Louvre, and, of course, Notre Dame. A nighttime cruise on the Seine was great way to end a perfect day. And, of course, the food!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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95nikop wrote a review Nov 2018
Brisbane, Australia2,431 contributions353 helpful votes
We came around here whilst exploring the neighbouring area, this particular street holds many antique stores and serves as a good street to join St Germain and Jacob.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Thomas V wrote a review Aug 2018
Oakland, California10,028 contributions2,173 helpful votes
Lots of high end shopping here, especially antiques and rare books. Also some good restaurants in a very old part of the city in lovely condition.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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