Paris has several attractions for all types of visitors. The best part is, many of these are free of cost. This includes attractive churches, classy French markets, and much more. Below is a discussion on the best free attractions of the city that you can visit in your Musee D Orsay guided tours.
Parc du Champ de Mars
The views below the Eiffel Tower could be very attractive from a different angle like the one offered by Parc du Champ de Mars. It has several lawns and flowerbeds prepared with high levels of precision. It is a great place to head to with a bottle of wine and a blanket while the city prepares itself for the nightlife.
Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen
This is a great location for window-shopping and for visiting the wild collection of objects that you usually do not buy. The St-Ouen flea market has an antique fair which is one of the most attractive stops of this place. Objects like brass diving bells, brass diving bells, and brass diving bells line the windows as you stroll through this vintage market. Be prepared to be stunned by the price tags.
Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
This place offers a good insight into the French culture. The Paris’ Museum of Modern Art gives you galleries which tell stories like that of the bolshy cubism of Braque to Matisse’s dancers. There are many more sights like this one in this museum. You can get here easily by taking the metro line 9 and getting down at Alma-Marceau.
Cimitière du Père Lachaise
This cemetery has a long list of great personalities resting inside it. This includes Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Proust, and Balzac. Besides, it also has the cemetery of controversial Jim Morrison whose grave is barricaded to keep away the highly energetic fans who make musical visits to the place. Furthermore, there is a tree-lined avenue which is one of the most picturesque in Paris.
This place offers some of the best produce from the food market at Place d’Aligre. It is located near the 12th arrondissement. Be prepared to be stuffed with sensory delights like heaps of cheese, fields of flowers, and artisan butchers. Make sure you halt for a crusty baguette and a glass of Bordeaux. The best way to get here is by taking the metro line 8 to Ledru-Rollin stop.
Make sure you enjoy the numerous free attractions offered by the Paris city.