Tourists who enjoy underwater flora and fauna will not want to pass up on a trip to the Paris Tropical Aquarium for things to do in Paris.
The Tropical Aquarium has an intriguing history, originally being created in 1931 for the Colonial Exposure, and is now one of few aquariums in Paris.
It was initially designed to show off exotic watery fauna from different locations around the globe, and was the only building to remain after the world fair.
People visiting the attraction will enjoy a tropical experience that is made up of 60 aquariums, which feature animals sorted by their species and geographic origins.
Highlights include particularly primitive fish as well as a number of colourful exotic creatures.
Tourists who have spent the morning in the Paris Tropical Aquarium could head over to the Museum of Cinema, which is situated nearby, for a particularly enjoyable afternoon.
This attraction aims to preserve French cinema, and has played a very important role in French cultural life since it was invented.
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Posted by Samantha Reed