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Unique things to do in Paris on a short layover

Paris has so much to offer visitors. From world-class museums to beautiful gardens and famous sites seen in films, there is much to see and do. Although it is the biggest city of France, Paris is compact and easy to navigate by metro or by bike. Even if you are on a short layover in CDG airport, there is plenty of unique Paris to experience. Here’s a taste . .

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Why we love Paris (and always will)

There are endless reasons why people choose to visit Paris again and again. As locals, we are lucky to enjoy the City of Light all the year round, through its different seasons, events and also different moods. We wanted to share with YOU why we love Paris so much, completing the list with the finalist shots of the November Photo Contest.

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Free Museums Paris (the full guide!)

Paris is a fantastic city for arts & culture lovers, there is so much to see! Unfortunately, visiting the most popular museums in Paris is not for all budgets. However WorldinParis has a little list of Parisian museums where you can always pop into for absolutely free, at least for its permanent collections.

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Biking along Canal de l’Ourcq

I won’t hide that autumn is my favourite season in Paris : the weather is nice (much better than in spring!) and colors are gorgeous. I chose a nice and warm Saturday of October to do one of Parisians’ favourite bike paths, the path along Canal de l’Ourcq. This is a 23 km path following the Ourcq channel, completely flat and totally separated from the car traffic so it is also a nice and safe activity to do with kids. If you don’t have your own bicycle don’t stop reading! There is a rental place at the beginning of the path, close to a metro station. For other rental options and many other biking tips in Paris check our Paris by bike guide.

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