Paris… Romantic city of fashion. A little poetic city with beautiful Eiffel Tower.The city where bourgeois do not leave without getting perfume, finding a new love, or buying a new dress. Is there anything else we can do in this city? Are there places we can travel without our money?
So, we searched and wrote for you to prove that you do not have to be rich to discover the Paris . Let’s take a look!
1-A late night picnic at the Square du Vert-Galan
You can taste the real bohemian side of Paris in this square.You can take a look at the beautiful architecture of Paris and its bridges through the water. A bottle of wine and fruits can make your night better. You’ll get relax, when you watch the boats!! A parisian magic!!
2-Make the most of free first Sundays
If you get your timing right, you can visit some of the most popular museums and monuments in Paris for free, thanks to the free first Sundays programme. Among those included are tourist magnets such as the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay, as well smaller quirky spots such as the Albert-Kahn musée et jardins (a homage to gardens around the world) and the Musée de l’Assistance Publique, which celebrates the history of Paris hospitals. The free Sundays programme offers the perfect opportunity to poke your nose into some of the places you may not have considered visiting with a door tax.
3-Parc de la Villette free open air cinema
You can catch many film in there.Watching a movie by looking at the beautiful view of Paris is like a dream. This programme runs during July and August. It’s a fantastic event and if you’re averse to perching on the grass, you can always upgrade to a deckchair for €7.
If your stomach turns at the thought of slushy, romantic photo opportunities, then the Love Wall in Montmartre may not be for you. The wall is the brainchild of Frederic Baron, who began collecting I love yous in 1992 before teaming up with artist and calligrapher Claire Kito who drew the mural. An iconic Parisian attraction that can also be visited for free.
- Place des Abbesses , 18th arr, lesjetaime.com
The most popular attractions Paris. I’m sure that you heard this cathedral. The spindly gothic buttresses and magnificent stained glass windows make it as much a treat to see from the inside as out. Meanwhile, in the square and bridges around the cathedral you’ll find assorted buskers, from full live bands to human statues, which always draw a crowd.
- Place Jean-Paul II, 4th arr, notredamedeparis.fr. Open daily 8am-6.45pm (7.15pm on weekends)
Behind a looming stone entrance in the 20th arrondissement lies Paris’s largest cemetery, with over 100 acres of graves, tombs and memorials and 69,000 ornate (and often over-the-top) tombs of curious. It is the most visited cemetery in the world, thanks to its impressive roll call of those laid to rest here, including Georges Rodenbach, whose tomb features a bronze figure breaking out of the grave, and Oscar Wilde’s, which used to be kissed by visitors with red lipstick. Jim Morrison of The Doors is also buried there; his grave is a humble stone marker that draws thousands of fans each year.
- 16 rue du Repos, 20th arr, +33 1 43 70 70 33, pere-lachaise.com. From November 6-March 15, Mon-Fri 8am-5.30pm, Sat 8.30am-5.30pm, Sun and public holidays 9am-5.30pm. From March 16-November 5 the cemetery remains open half an hour later
7-Admire the sculptures at Atelier Brancusi
While a visit to the Pompidou Centre‘s main museum and exhibitions will cost you at least €10, the studio of Constantin Brancusi, in the same square, is free to visit. The revolutionary sculptor, who died in 1957, left his workshop and all its contents to the state and the Pompidou Centre had the studio taken apart and reconstructed in front of it in a modern pavilion. Visitors can get an impression of the space in which Brancusi worked, as well as see some of the work that helped redefine modern sculpture.
- Place Georges Pompidou, 4th arr, +33 1 44 78 12 33, centrepompidou.fr. Open daily 2pm-6pm, closed Tuesday