The Central Mosque in Paris is a must-see for all visitors to the city of love. The architecture is stunningly exquisite and has a distinct Maghrebi (North African) design. The courtyards and surrounding area of the mosque are lush and had a tropical vibe even when we visited in December. Visitors to the mosque can then take a two-minute walk to the cafe and shop that are affiliated to the mosque, located just down the street. We enjoyed an authentic cous-cous dish, but there is a wide range of food on offer, and plenty yummy baklawa (Arab-style pastries) for afters.
Nearest metro stop: Place Monge Metro stop
Go here if you like: Culture, places of worship, architecture