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We all know the iconic landmarks and monuments of Paris but the City of Light has so many magnificent and interesting places that tourists miss out on.

If you want to get up close and personal with the French capital, here are some of the secret places in Paris worth exploring.

1. Hรดtel De Sully

Hรดtel De Sully

It feels almost magical.

You spot a secret door down a path off the Place de Vosges, and through this door, down a couple of steps, you will find the amazing Hรดtel de Sully, a private mansion that is hidden away, surrounded by a pristine lawn and hidden by a wall entirely covered with green climbing ivy.

2. Place Dauphine

Place Dauphine

Located just off the Pont Neuf, which is the oldest bridge in all of Paris, the Place Dauphine is a triangle shaped public space that is lined with all of the quintessential Parisian cafes and shops that you would hope to find in the the French capital.

Itโ€™s the perfect place to go with a book and take in the city under the shade of a beautiful tree.

3. Palais Royal

Palais Royal

It has always been utterly stunning, but the Palais Royal has recently undergone extensive refurbishment and is currently more breathtaking that it has been for years.

Stroll through the immaculate gardens and visit some of the divine restaurants nearby to feed both your soul and your stomach!

4. Jardin Saint-Gilles-Grand Veneur

Jardin Saint-Gilles-Grand Veneur

This is a hard one to find unless you know what you are looking for.

Itโ€™s really worth it once you get there and find that you are one of only a few people taking in the beautiful sights of this hidden garden full of climbing roses and French romance.

5. National Archives

National Archives

Though many visitors head straight for the Louvre, nestled inside the Marais, one of Parisโ€™ more quiet corners, is the home of the National Archives.2

Located in a stunning courtyard is a grand manor house that was built for the Prince and Princess de Souboise, complete with beautiful gardens and stone columns.

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