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Bondy is a commune located in the northeastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 6.8 from the center of Paris. During the middle Ages, Bondy was primarily a forest. The forest of Bondy was a well-known haunt of bandits and robbers and was extremely dangerous. Since Bondy is so close to the wonderful city of Paris, all the main attractions are located in Paris.

Top Attractions within Bondy

Musee d'Orsay is located in downtown Paris, near Bondy. You can walk over the bridge from the Louvre to the Musee d'Orsay. The museum houses the world's most important collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painting, the light, airy rooms whir your through three floors of modern wonders.

The Sorbonne and the Latin Quarter is located near Bondy, in Paris. The Sorbonne University is the historic soul of the Latin Quarter, where higher learning has flourished for centuries. The Latin Quarter is the place that hosted great thinkers, including philosophers such as Descartes, Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. You can enjoy a drink on the café in front of the college before exploring the little streets of the Latin Quarter behind it.

Centre Georges Pompidou Paris is located near Bondy and it is the cultural pulse of the city. This modern art museum and cultural center, located in the neighborhood affectionately dubbed Beaubourg by locals, opened in 1977 to honor present Georges Pompidou. The center's signature skeletal design, which evokes bones and blood vessels, is either loved or reviled. There is a permanent collection at the National Museum of Modern Art is a must and features work by Modigliani and Matisse.

Boat Tours of the Seine River is a must if you come to Bondy or Paris. Seeing some of Paris' most beautiful sites glide past as you drift down the Seine river is an unforgettable and essential experience. You can also take tours of some of Paris' canals and waterways, which will allow you to see a semi-hidden side of the city of light.