Luxembourg Gardens and the Pantheon, Paris, France

21 10 2011

After posting the Eiffel Tower, Opera Garnier and Louvre photographs, we’re going now to other two beautiful places in Paris, the Luxembourg Gardens and the Pantheon. I’m posting both at the same time, because it makes sense to visit these two places on the same day for those who are planning travelling to Paris, since they are near each other and don’t take too much time to be seen.

To visit the Pantheon, it’s very convenient to use the Paris Pass, that also enables you to visit the Louvre, the D’Orsay amongst many others museums and churches in Paris and around it.

Hope you like them.



















All the best,
Armando Vernaglia Jr
www.vernaglia.com.br
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@VernagliaJr


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6 responses

21 10 2011
"Our traveling without moving!..."

Great photos! Simply, love them!

21 10 2011
Vernaglia

Thank you!

21 10 2011
mschristiner

Great photos, the Luxembourg gardens is one of my favourite places to go in Paris!!! I like how you captured the true beauty of it! makes me want to go back🙂

21 10 2011
Vernaglia

Thank you for the visit and comment. Paris is a beautiful city.

23 10 2011
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