Les Catacombes de Paris: compare to this, Indiana Jones can go back to school. Here lie the bones of millions of Parisians, whose remains have been removed out of cemeteries after 1786. A travel of several kilometers in our own Death Valley, in underground galleries close to Denfert-Rochereau. You will find some big names of French history, supposed to be resting in the middle of the former people of Paris.
Belles lumières d’automne au crépuscule dans le cimetière du Père Lachaise (Paris 20e) http://www.pariscotejardin.fr/2012/11/belles-lumieres-d-automne-au-crepuscule-dans-le-cimetiere-du-pere-lachaise-paris-20e/
Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise--With more than 1,5 million graves, this is the biggest cemetery of Paris. Some people call Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise the most spectacular cemetery of Paris. Doors singer Jim Morrison found his last resting place here, as did personalities like Edith Piaf, Honore de Balzac, Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde, and Frederic Chopin.
Visiter Paris en 6 minutes : la tour Eiffel, l'Arc de triomphe, l'avenue des champs élysées, Notre-Dame de Paris, Saint-Germain des prés, Pigalle, le Moulin Rouge, le Musée et la pyramide du Louvre, la basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Bastille, le canal Saint-Martin, la villette, le parc des Buttes Chaumont, Belleville, le cimetière du Père Lachaise....
Spring break 2010! - Was equally as gorgeous at night as in the day!!! The city lights were amazing, as was the people watching. I also spoke enough French to know what was chicken and what was fish on the menus and understand directions!!!! :)