Cimetière du Montmartre
Visit the final resting place of Edgar Degas, Émile Zola, Alexandre Dumas, Adolphe Sax, Jacques Offenbach, Stendhal, Heinrich Heine, Truffaut and many more artistic luminaries. The Montmartre Cemetery has become a very popular tourist destination, and offers a tranquil respite after the hustle and bustle of nearby Pigalle. The cemetery is a vast 25 acres and also houses many great sculptures.
Cimetière du Montparnasse
Located in the Montparnasse quarter of the city, the Cemetery of Montparnasse is one of the most important cemeteries in Paris. This is the eternal home of many artistic elites and intellectuals.On the grounds is also a monument to firefighters and police. Some famous people who have found their final resting place here are Guy de Maupassant, Jean Paul Sartre, Bartholdi, Saint-Saens, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean Seberg, Ionesco and Jean Pierre Rampal.
Cimetière du Père Lachaise
Père Lachaise is the largest and most-visited cemetery in Paris -- it is also among the most famous and visited cemeteries in the world due to its impressive list of famous inhabitants. Pay your respect to all those who have enriched French culture for more than 200 years. You can see the graves of Oscar Wilde, Alfred de Musset, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, Molière, Delacroix, Colette, Frederic Chopin and Honoré de Balzac among others.
Les Catacombes de Paris
The Catacombs of Paris holds a lot of secrets, namely the remains of about 6 million Parisians from the 18th century to the 19th century. Les Catacombes de Paris, the underground ossuary, has today become a popular tourist destination. The underground tunnel network in this city is vast, and just a part of it has been opened to the public. It is this portion that is known as the Catacombs or the Denfert-Rochereau Ossuary. Visit the underground museum and winding tunnels deep in the underworld of Paris.