1. The Eiffel Tower's light display may be seen from the Champ de Mars Park.
2. Take a stroll around Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen and look around.
3. Check out the permanent collection at Paris's Musée d'Art Moderne.
4. The Cimitière du Père Lachaise is a beautiful place to walk in the evening.
5. Taking a stroll in Parc Monceau
If you don’t like wandering through a cemetery looking for famous people, go to Parc Monceau, where you may see the likes of Chopin and Guy de Maupassant’s sculptures. If you like history, you’ll enjoy a trip around the park, where a massacre occurred in 1871, and Claude Monet painted many of his most famous works. Visit the Musée Cernuschi, a municipal Asian Art Museum housed in an exquisite mansion close to the park’s eastern entrance on Via Vélasquez, for a bonus look at the remarkable collection of seldom-seen Chinese Statuary. Line 2 will take you to the 8th arrondissement’s Monceau metro station.