Asia is fascinating! If you love the Japan Expo and you celebrate the Chinese New Year. Since you are in Paris, why not visit the Cernuschi Museum and to discover Asian arts.
In The Art of War, Sun Tzu wrote that the best skill is not to win a hundred victories in a hundred battles, but rather to defeat the enemy without fighting. If you want our opinion, this is one of the best tips to apply when parking in Paris!
Instead of racing for a parking space in front of other drivers, get ahead of them by reserving a cheap parking space in Paris. That way, there's no need to fight as you'll have already won the battle!
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The Cernuschi Museum is part of the network of Museums of the City of Paris. It is a former private mansion, but if you are looking for a place to stay in Paris, you will find Parisian Hotels renowned for their elegance in the same area.
It has nearly 12,000 works of Asian art including a Chinese collection, a Japanese collection, a Korean collection and a Vietnamese collection among others. You will be able to appreciate masterpieces of Asian art such as the Buddha Amida (Amitābha) from Japan and the Boddhisattva or La Tigresse (vase you 卣) from China.
The advantage with the Cernuschi Museum is that you can also go for a walk in the Parc Monceau once your visit is over, it is only a stone's throw away from the museum! And if you ever feel like continuing your marathon of Paris museums, take the opportunity to park a little longer in the neighbourhood and visit the Jacquemart-André Museum, in less than ten minutes on foot, you'll be there!
To reach the Cernuschi Museum, why not park in a car park on the outskirts of Paris and come into the centre by public transport. You can take metro lines 2 or 3 to Villiers or line 2 to Monceau station. Bus lines 30, 84 and 94 will also take you to the Musée Cernuschi.
Cernuschi Museum opening hours
To go to the Cernuschi Museum and find out what time to reserve a parking space in Paris, you will need to know what time to visit the museum. Like many museums in Paris, the Cernuschi Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Don't go there on a Monday, that's the only day you won't be able to enter!
That said, if you decide to reserve a parking space next to the Cernuschi Museum on Monday too, it won't be wasted. You will still be able to visit other must-see places in Paris!