On the “Montagne Sainte-Geneviève”, in Paris, you can visit the Pantheon , a masterpiece of the architect Soufflot. Inside it, you will have the chance to discover the great personalities buried in the crypt, which draw the face of French national identity. Indeed, you will see Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile Zola and Victor Hugo. In addition, from the outer of the Pantheon, you can enjoy a wide panorama of the capital. In order to enjoy this attraction, you must go inside the 5th arrondissement. To do this, you can use the RER B and exit at Luxembourg station. You can also take line 10 and exit at the station Maubert-Mutualit and Cardinal-Lemoine. To take advantage of the Pantheon, you must pay 5 euros for those entitled to the discount, if not a full fare is 8 euros. As for European students, admission is free.