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Paris France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. As is European tradition, the French go on holiday for most of August -- meaning that it actually might be the best time to go! The city will be a little less crowded, and you'll be able to experience Paris at a slower pace.
Parents will have just as much fun as their kids at this childrens science and industry museum. é des Enfants has it all: a planetarium, an Omnimax, workshops, theater shows, and exhibits that change every few months.
When President Obama visited Paris in June of 2009, his daughters chose to visit this family-friendly park. Located in the famous Bois de Boulogne, the Jardin acclimation has undergone many changes since its inauguration by Napoleon III in 1860. Originally a zoo for animals, during colonial times it was converted into an anthropological zoo, where people from many overseas cultures were exhibited.
Older children will get an eerie kick out of Pariss most gruesome attraction, the Catacombes de Paris, where the remains of more than six million people are stored in what used to be the cities mines. To solve the problem of Pariss overflowing cemeteries, millions of bones were moved to the underground caverns and tunnels in the late 18th century. Children under the age of 13 get in free, while people aged 14 to 26 pay 4.