Really a must see in Paris. It is worth book in advance online your visit, otherwise you risk a long time waiting... Recommend also take the audio guide.
About The Catacombs
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When I told some family members I was going to The Catacombs the first time, they thought I was crazy. But it was absolutely fascinating. I went a second time in Feb this year and thought it was just as interesting! If you're claustrophobic, this...More
You will have to wait for a long time and I didn't see a way to skip the line so expect more than one hour of waiting time. However, when you get there, with all the history surrounding the place, it is mind blowing that...More
went here on a Thursday in December. Website said it was booked out but we took the tube down there anyway, arrived about 2pm, no que or anything, bought our tickets and straight in, defo worth a visit, takes about an hr to walk it...More
This is certainly a very unique destination. These catecombs were carved out fo the solid rock of limestone that lies very deep beneath the city of paris. Originally, they were dug to get the limestone rock to build the palaces like the Louvre and many...More
If you have a couple of hours to spare, take the train to Catacombs. Miles of tunnels under the city, bones of the dead arranged neatly in patterns. Quite a few stairs down winding staircase to enter and also to ascend.
This is the place to be seen in Paris - literally! With over 6 million 'residents', the Catacombs is a very interesting site to visit. Need to be well mobile due to stairs and uneven walkways. Did not find the centre scary.
This was a fantastic way to see the bones of past Parisians. Not that they are that important, but I found the concept impressive. Instead of being buried alone, you get to wait it out with others. Here's the scoop: get there by 8 am...More
I visited the Paris Catacombs on a guided 4:30 afternoon booking through Viator.com. It was a very interesting trip and good exercise as you walk down many spiral steps. The tour guide was very informative and provided humorous facts about the history of the catacombs....More
This is a part of Paris history that is amazing and gruesome all at the same time. We are glad we visited but it isn't a place you could "enjoy" The audio guides rambled a bit and many other visitors were not sufficiently respectful but...More