The Louvre is a classic. A checkbox on your first visit in the capital. But what’s next? Contemporary art, fashion, architecture … Paris is home to a thousand and one wonders that captivate and are worth seeing. Today, our attention is focused on three of them, three museums very popular with Parisians and Flanelles.

Quai Branly

In a wooded setting on the banks of the Seine, it welcomes non-European works and treasures. Spaces dedicated to Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas make it a museum like no other.

Centre Pompidou

Recognizable among all with its exposed pipes and conduits, it concentrates the largest collection of modern art in Europe. Its closest rival is MoMA in New York.

Palais de Tokyo

Its vast esplanade and its marble steps make it a Mecca for Parisian skateboarders. With the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, it hosts exhibitions, performances and trendy coffee.