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Built in the 19th century by Napoléon to provide Parisians with drinking water for the city.
Built in the 19th century by Napoléon to provide Parisians with drinking water for the city. On sunny days, tourists can cruises along the canal or kayak the length.
13 Quai de la Loire Bassin de la Villette, Paris, 75019
Dive into the world of feel-good fairytales and thrilling rides at Disneyland Paris
Paris' international exhibition centre (the 4th largest in Europe) has millions of visitors annually
An interactive science museum for children with the aim of arousing their curiosity, answering the questions they ask and providing quality time for exchanges with parents or teachers
Opened in 1986 and continuously upgraded, this attraction draws over 7 million visitors a year who come to explore the world of science, technology and future possibilities