Paris - Definitive guide
Paris’ Regional Express Network is what you need if you want to venture out of the city centre: 365 miles of RER railways connect the…
Buses in Paris
City buses in Paris are the perfect way to see the city while getting to your destination. More than 60 daytime lines and more than 30…
Paris’ Montmartre Funicular
The iconic Montmartre Funicular is the fastest and easiest way to get to one of the most scenic neighbourhoods in Paris
Trams in Paris
Unbeknown to many tourists, Paris has its own tramway network, dating back to the late 19th century.
Taxis in Paris
Paris taxis will come to your rescue late at night when you’re too tired to walk or wait for public transport
How to get around in Paris
Paris, France’s biggest city, has excellent and extensive transport. Getting a clear idea of the available options is key.
Your weekly and monthly passes to use unlimitedly on Paris’ public transport network
Paris’ easiest-to-use and most popular ticket, the T+ is ideal for an occasional ride in the city centre
Choose the multi-day Paris transport pass that is right for you, with the duration and zone inclusion that you prefer
A secularised monument and a repository for some of the greatest French citizens, the Panthéon is one of Paris’ most iconic complexes.
Designed as a retirement home for French veterans, the complex of Les Invalides is today Napoleon’s burial home, one of the most…
Arc de Triomphe
Representing numerous French victories under Napoleon’s command, the Arc de Triomphe is one of Paris’ most recognisable landmarks
The wrought iron tower of Paris, the Tour Eiffel is France’s most recognisable symbol and landmark
Lined theatres, cafés, luxury shops, and a neat border of trees, Champs-Élysées is Paris’ most famous avenue
The Musée National du Moyen Âge is every Mediaeval art lover’s dream. It is here you’ll find the most complete collection of craftwork…
Paris’ Musée d’Orsay, the museum with the best collection of French art from the second half of the 19th century and the early 20th…
Musée du Quai Branly
Over 3,000 pieces from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas are displayed at Paris’ most recent major museum, the Musée du Quai…
Place du Tertre
Artists’ easels balance on the cobblestones of Place du Tertre, while the smell of paint mixes with the inviting aromas of nearby cafès…
Bountiful fruit stands, vestiges of Mediaeval Paris, gardens that look like they’ve just come out of a fairytale, little charming…
La Défense is one of the largest business districts in Europe. Its streets are filled with highrise hypermodern buildings and peppered…
Upscale restaurants, prestigious museums, and fashion houses populate Le Marais, one of Paris’ most cosmopolitan areas.
Île de la Cité
Île de la Cité, one of the two natural islands on the Seine, is the heart of ancient Paris and one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods…
Canal Saint Martin
Canal Saint-Martin, 4.5 km (a little less than 3 miles) of peaceful waters and quaint river-side scenery, right in the heart of Paris.
Historical cafès, cultural centres, ancient churches, elegant brasseries, and lavish shops: you can find all this in one of Paris’…
The smallest of the two islands on the Seine is Île Saint-Louis. It went from being a deserted islet to a quiet neighbourhood for the…
Top sights in Paris
Paris has so much to offer that it’s hard to choose which attractions and sights you should visit. Here’s a quick overview of Paris’…
Where to stay in Paris
Once you find out what areas and neighbourhoods in Paris are best for you, the hardest part is done and you can finally book your…
What and where to eat in Paris
Fragrant and buttery pastries, refined wines, warm and rich stews, and hundreds of cheese varieties. French cuisine is known all over…
Saving Money while visiting Paris
Don’t give up on what you want to see, just be smarter about your choices and you’ll save loads on your trip to Paris
The Most Beautiful Bridges in Paris
Almost 40 bridges cross the river Seine in Paris: here are the top five. From the oldest to the most futuristic ones.
The French are not necessarily enthusiastic at the idea of having to speak English, so knowing how to ask for simple things in French…
Prices in Paris
Average costs for accommodation, restaurants, transport, and sightseeing in Paris. Here are our guidelines on the prices of services…
Cabaret in Paris
Music, cancan dances, feathery costumes, singing, and burlesque performances. Cabaret is Paris' most famous nighttime entertainment.
Public and bank holidays in Paris
Make sure you know when Paris’ bank holidays and celebrations are. That way you’ll be able to plan and organise your holiday in the…
2 days in Paris: Itinerary for a 48-hour trip
Grand museums, breathtaking monuments, and charming neighbourhoods: the ideal itinerary for a two-day stay in Paris.
Weekend getaway trip to Paris
Friday evening to Sunday night, this is your perfect itinerary for a weekend trip to Paris