Walk between the Louvre and the Palais-Royal

A walk in the heart of historical Paris to visit the Palais-Royal, the Comédie Française and the Louvre.

A very short walk in the heart of Paris, just exit at the station of metro Palais Royal Louvre Museum to begin the ride. The best way to visit the Comédie-Française is to buy a ticket for a performance, the Chair where Moliere spent these last moments is exposed in the public foyer. You can visit The gardens of the Palais-Royal very quickly if you want but try to take some time to sit on a bench and admire the architecture.

Interest: notegood (1 note)
Difficulty: difficulté
Duration: 2 h.

Arch of triumph of the Tuileries

Arch of triumph of the Tuileries

The pyramid of the Louvre

The pyramid of the Louvre

The kiosk of the Noctambules

The kiosk of the Noctambules

The Comédie-Française

The Comédie-Française
The Comédie-Française is one of the oldest theatres in the world.

A café next to the Comédie-Française

A café next to the Comédie-Française

The Buren columns

The Buren columns

The shops under the arches

The shops under the arches

Under the lime trees of the Palais-Royal

Under the lime trees of the Palais-Royal
The Palais-Royal is an enclosed little park surrounded by houses.

The Park

The Park

The cannon of the Palais-Royal

The cannon of the Palais-Royal

Alley of trees in the gardens of the Palais-Royal

Alley of trees in the gardens of the Palais-Royal

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