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"Edition for English-speaking people looking for the best addresses and good deals in Paris. An essential guidebook to find an accommodation, a restaurant, to organize your visits, outings and shopping, attended by the indispensable maps of the underground, RER and tram to be sure you will not get lost in the wide urban transport network. A selection of addresses gathering the must-sees as the hidden treasures for a successful stay in the City of Lights and to enjoy the best of Paris. Welcome to Paris."

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Publishing team (World) : Caroline MICHELOT, Paris is huge and full of charm: the city has many
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assisted by Romain AUDREN Musée National d’Art Moderne – Centre Pompidou.
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Delphine PAGANO, Laurie PILLOIS But Paris it is also the Parisian way of life with its
Pictures management : Anne DIOT myriad of restaurants, bistros and cafes, its markets
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WEB to enjoy French gastronomy. Last but not least, as a
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Local publicity management : Michel GRANSEIGNE markets and second-hand shops (freeprix), like
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INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY to give you a selection of addresses gathering
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must-sees and hidden treasures for a successful Guillaume LABOUREUR assistés d’Erika SANTOS
stay in the Ville lumière and to enjoy the best this CIRCULATION AND PROMOTION
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Write to the editor : info@petitfute.comTABLE OF CONTENTS
Dance .........................................................190n VISITS n
Beauty – Wellness .....................................191
Guided Tours ............................................ 10 Other activities ..........................................192
Sites & Monuments .................................. 16
Museums ................................................ 25 n SHOPPING nArt Galleries 37
Religious Buildings ................................. 39 Tableware .............................................. 196
Parks & Gardens ..................................... 44 Jewels – Watches – Glasses................... 199
Decoration ............................................. 201
Major Shops – Malls .............................. 204n RESTAURANTS n
Fashion ...................................................207
French Gastronomy................................. 48 Second-hand Shops .................................211
Regional Cuisine..................................... 125 Perfume Shops ...................................... 212
World Cuisine ......................................... 132 Gourmet Products ..................................214
Alcohols .....................................................214
n LODGING n Coffee & Tea ...............................................219
Sweets .......................................................222Reservation Centres – Rentals ............... 156
Bakeries 224Hotels ..................................................... 157
Local Products ............................................227Hostels – Bed & Breakfast .......................173
International Products ...............................228
Markets ......................................................229
n GOING OUT n Bookshops ............................................. 231
Cafés – Bars & Pubs ................................176
Live Music – Clubs .................................. 185 n BEAUTY AND WELFARE n
Cabarets & Shows ...................................187
Beauty And Welfare ............................... 236Leisure – Sports ..................................... 188
Festivals – Events..188 Index ..................................................... 238
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Paris as their pockets: the opportunity to discover tasty À LA DÉCOUVERTE DU QUARTIER LATIN
anecdotes. For more unique events, it is also possible to Office de tourisme et des congrès –
rent the vehicles for bachelor parties, weddings or other Bureau des Pyramides
er team building events! 25, rue des Pyramides (1 )
www.parisinfo.com LES VEDETTES DU PONT-NEUF
otcp@parisinfo.com er1, square Green-Galant (1 )M° Pyramides & +33 (0)1 46 33 98 38Open all year round. Guided tour. www.vedettesdupontneuf.com/
The opportunity to explore one of the oldest neigh- info@vedettntneuf.com
bourhoods of Paris. On the journey you will be able M° Pont-Neuf or Citéto see the garden of Luxembourg, the Sorbonne, the omountain Sainte-Geneviève, the Pantheon. All the
Open all year round. Every day and public holidays. high places in the Latin Quarter are within easy reach!
Departure of “croisières balades” every 45 min. “Croisière It’s perfect for children because it’s quickly turned into a
champagne” on Fridays and Saturday at 6pm and 9pm. game. For about 2 hours, you follow a route and respond
Adult: E14. Child (from 4 to 12 years old): E7. Offers and to enigma. These answers will teach you a little more
advantages over the site. Group rates. Ticket office on line. about the city.
Guided tour. Catering facilities (snack bar and restaurant).
CLOSEVENT The starting point of the commented cruise on the Seine
Service en ligne. is located on the edge of the beautiful square at the
er253, rue Saint-Honoré (1 ) foot of pont Neuf, at the west end of Île de la Cité. The
www.closevent.com one-hour journey makes you discover the banks of the
contact@closevent.com river between Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower. Twenty
M° Concorde or Madeleine trips are available during high season. We suggest the
Open all year round. Free. Shop. late departures to make the most of the illuminated
Closevent is a consulting and reservation site for cultural monuments of the French capital! The boats are full of
events. It works thanks to the opinions of viewers and tourists throughout the year, but this tour on water still
allows you to know what the latest shows to see. A remains a pleasant moment of relaxation and discovery.
complementary tool is available for those who want The boats aren’t covered so we suggest warm clothes.
to have access to professional opinions. Apart from
PARIS BIKE TOURcriticism, the site allows you to benefit from extremely
e13, Brantôme Street (3 )advantageous offers through invitations and discounts.
& +33 (0)1 42 74 22 14The only downside: no phone contact is possible. All
www.parisbiketour.netreservations are made only on the site.
contact@parisbiketour.net
PARIS AUTHENTIC M ° Rambuteau or Hôtel de Ville
er23, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1 ) Open every day and public holidays from 9.30am to
& +33 (0)6 64 50 44 19 6.30pm. Quotation on request.
www.parisauthentic.com Located in the heart of Paris, opposite Ile Saint-Louis,
paris@parisauthentic.com Paris Bike Tour offers, besides a bike rental service, six
M° Palais Royal or Etienne Marcel organised tours. The rive droite walk will first lead you to
Open all year round. Every day and during public holidays. Marais passing through the prestigious Place des Vosges
“By day” formulas and “Packages” from E119. “By night” and the Picasso Museum before joining Palais-Royal via a
formulas and “Wedding” from E99. Guided tour. stopover in Beaubourg. After visiting the Louvre, you will
Paris authentic proposes you to see Paris in a different go along the Seine and make stops at Pont-Neuf in Notre
way. On board the mythical 2 CV, a driver takes you to Dame and on Ile Saint-Louis. The tour called rive gauche
explore the city according to thematic routes. On the will allow you to (re)discover the beautiful 15th district by
programme: an unusual visit to the heart of the Marais taking a route that passes through Place Saint-Michel, the
and village Saint-Paul, the behind the scenes of the Eiffel Saint-Sulpice Church, Luxembourg, Sorbonne, Panthéon
Tower, a wine tasting, a romantic visit to the summit of and Jardin des Plantes. Otherwise, you can choose the Paris
Montmartre, Versailles… It is possible to visit Paris at la nuit walk to enjoy the capital from a different angle on
night accompanied by a bottle of champagne for a pure a journey that takes you from the left bank to the right
moment of relaxation! You can also combine the 2 CV and bank. A new themed walk invites you to discover Paris
a cruise by night with or without dinner. The car comes de Marie-Antoinette, from Tuileries to the prison of the
to pick you up at the bottom of your hotel and takes Temple where the deposed queen ended her days. Book at
care of everything. A real plus, the driving team know least 24 hours in advance, by telephone or by the Internet.Guided Tours12
À VÉLO À LA CONQUÊTE DES PONTS 11pm. Free for under 3-year-olds. Cruise-walks from
ET STATUES DE PARIS E13. Cruises lunch from E26 to E85. Cruises dinner
Hôtel de Ville from E47 to E99.
ePlace de l’Hôtel-de-Ville (4 ) There is nothing more extraordinary to discover the most
& +33 (0)1 42 76 40 40 / 39 75 beautiful city in the world than to get on these mythical
www.paris.fr boats and slip peacefully along the Seine. The Parisian
M° Hôtel de Ville or Châtelet boats built the enchanted Cruise for a family discovery.
Open all year round. Free. Two goblins, Lila and Philou, played by professional
You don’t have any bike? Get yourself a Vélib’ and here we actors, tell you about Paris, its history and its secrets.
A one-hour trip on a panoramic boat with songs and go for a ride by the water to discover bridges and statues
scattered along the Seine! The visit is free and covers an games.
area of about 8 km. You get into the swing of things at
PARIS CALÈCHESthe Île Saint-Louis level, with the statue of Pont de la
ePilier Est de la Tour Eiffel (7 )Tournelle to start with. Partly submerged in 1910, it was
& +33 (0)6 62 20 24 88rebuilt in the middle of 1920’s by the architects Pierre
www.pariscaleches.comand Louis Guidetti. Head now for the end of the Île de la
contact@pariscaleches.comCité and the statue of Pont-Neuf: this work representing
RER Champ de Mars Eiffel Tower / Henri IV was the first royal statue restored in the capital
M ° Bir-Hakeimafter the Revolution and the Empire. Thus, continue your
Wednesday to Sunday from 1pm to 7pm. From E90, for historical and architectural discoveries by successively
the tour discovered. Checks are not accepted.joining the Pont de Carrousel, the Pont Alexandre-III, the
At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, carriages with a capacity Pont des Invalides, the Alma Bridge, the Iéna, Bir-Hakeim
of up to four people await you for an unusual stroll in and Grenelle bridges, all have prestigious sculptures.
Paris. Lasting from 30 minutes to 2 hours, four courses Make inquiries at the City Hall of Paris.
are possible. The shortest journey takes you to the Champ
de Mars, another takes you to the Champs-Élysées, LES VISITES-CONFÉRENCES DU CENTRE
DES MONUMENTS NATIONAUX another continues to the place of the Opera, while the
Hôtel de Sully last, the longest, reach Notre-Dame. Note that you can
e62, rue Saint-Antoine (4 ) be served champagne and/or macaroons on this very
& +33 (0)1 44 54 19 30 - service des visites- romantic vehicle. You can also order flowers for a special
conférences du lundi au vendredi evening. Specific walks are planned: wedding (service
www.monuments-nationaux.fr in frock coat and top hat), events (shooting, incentive,
M° Saint-Paul or Bastille street marketing, photo shooting…), and groups in small
Rates in the variable national monuments, depending 20-seat wagon. Please note also that the payment is made
on the monument; reduced for those between the age by credit card (distance), via Paypal, or bank transfer
of 18 and 25, unemployed people, teachers, students in when booking. The downside of this service: the price
architecture, history of art and visual arts). is very high. An address to book for special occasions…
The Centre of the national monuments proposes to
VEDETTES DE PARIS make you better appreciate the heritage of the city
Port de Suffrenduring guided tours led by professional guides. For
eAt the foot of the Eiffel Tower (7 )about an hour and a half, they occur in all kinds of
& +33 (0)1 44 18 19 50sites (national monuments, churches, museums, parks,
www.vedettesdeparis.comneighborhoods, etc..). In most cases, there is no need
M° Bir-Hakeim or Trocadéro; at the foot to register in advance. Procedure to follow: check the
of the Eiffel Tower.program, you have ten minutes before the scheduled
Open all year round. Every day and public holidays from time to be at indicated place and pay your ticket at the
10.30am to 10pm with departures all 30 min (the schedule lecturer – or the cash desk, if it is a national monument.
is likely to vary). Specify your needs when reserving. One-This program is quarterly. You will find it at the visitor
hour walk on the Seine. Glass of champagne, sweet crepe centre at the hotel de Sully, in the sites of the national
or a snack depending on the selected formula. Guided tour. monuments, the district town halls, the Tourist Offices.
Restaurant. Activities.It is also available on the website of the Centre.
With their themed cruises, Vedettes de Paris allows
LA CROISIÈRE ENCHANTÉE you to discover Paris on water every day of the year by
DES BATEAUX PARISIENS crossing through Grand Palais, place de la Concorde, the
ePort de La Bourdonnais (7 ) National Assembly, Musée d’Orsay, the Louvre museum,
& +33 (0)8 25 01 01 01 015 the Conciergerie, the Hotel de Ville, without forgetting
www.bateauxparisiens.com Notre Dame, of course! For children, specific programs
reservation@bateauxparisiens.com with playful moments. Among the different cruises,
RER Champs de Mars Tour Eiffel a champagne tasting cruise. For a romantic evening,
or M° Bir-Hakeim choose the Saturday evening-dinner. And finally, for
Open every day and public holidays. Depending on the your birthday, Vedettes de Paris offers you very original
period and the starting point: first departure between gift: an excursion and a cup of champagne are offered
10am and 1.30pm, last departure between 18: 10 and (upon presentation of a proof).s
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Discover the most beautiful monuments of Paris!
1H SIGHTSEEING CRUISE
Departures every 30min at the foot of the Eiffel Tower
Every day, by day or by night
Human-sized boats • Bar on board • Terrasse ashore
www.vedettesdeparis.fr
COMPAGNIE DES BATEAUX-MOUCHES A visit with Philippe is a remarkable one, unforgettable
ePont de l’Alma (8 ) & +33 (0)1 42 25 96 10 and unusual. Philippe Brinas-Caudie is not a guide like any
www.bateaux-mouches.fr other. First of all, you will be impressed by his uniform: VDP_BOP.indd 1 23/03/2018 14:42:06
info@bateaux-mouches.fr he will welcome yous with a keen sense of dress:
Metro Alma Marceau waistcoat, tie and top hat! All signs of an aristocratic
Walks (approximately one hour and ten minutes): from background which show unconsciously in his behaviour,
April to September, from 10.15am to 7pm, and about but also in the choice of his tours, which revolve around
every 20 minutes from 7pm to 10.30pm; from October the history of Parisian nobles. Let’s judge by some of
to March, from 11am to 9.30pm. Extra departures every the tours: Marais Aristocratique- aristocratic Marais,
weekend from 10.15am. From October to March: departures with the most beautiful private mansions of this so
from 50 people. Free for under 4-year-olds. Adult: E13.50. Parisian district and their secret gardens, the Plaine
Child (from 4 to 12 years old): E6. Lunch cruises at E60. Monceau or Les Fastes du Second Empire- the
splenDinner cruises from E75 to E155. Reduced rate for children. dours of the Second Empire-, an aristocratic place as
®The Compagnie des bateaux – Mouches is a famous its name indicates, Ile Saint-Louis, named “l’île aux
brand, well known far beyond our borders; and for a palais”- the island of palaces-, still a whole programme!
good reason: it was founded in 1949! : it was founded And not to spoil anything, the tariffs of the circuits is
in 1949! It was a passionate of Paris, Jean Bruel, who very affordable.
wanted to restore the pleasures of the capital to the
SINORAMA VOYAGESParisians. To do this, what better way tha to show it
e23-25, rue Berri (8 )from the river? This one used previously for the carriage
& +33 (0)1 81 70 96 20of cargo, the idea of boats with glass sides to admire the
www.sinoramavoyages.frbanks imposed itself. The fleet now has 9 promenade
info@sinoramavoyages.frboats and 6 water restaurants!
Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
LES VISITES DE PHILIPPE With Sinorama, the customer is at the heart of all
The meeting place depends on the visit attention. This specialist of Asia and high-end stays, who
echosen. (4 ) has a real knowledge of the field, invites his customers
& +33 (0)6 85 17 13 38 to enjoy the most beautiful services on site. Sinorama
www.guide-visites-paris.fr organizes group stays with excellent service, different
philippe@votre-guide.fr from other tour operators, throughout their trip, based
Open all year round. Adult: E12. Guided tour. on a 5-star service and associated with attractive rates.
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OPEN TOUR depending on the theme. For example, with the  Jeux
e13, rue Auber (9 ) & +33 (0)1 42 66 56 56 de Pistes , you set off as a team to discover the streets
www.opentour.com of Paris with the help of a scroll and hidden clues. In any
groupes.paris@opentour.com case, you will discover Paris by neighborhood or by theme.
M° Opéra or RER Auber
ÇA SE VISITEShop open from 9am to 10pm from April to October and
e63, avenue Parmentier (11 )from 9am to 6pm from November to March. A proposed
& +33 (0)1 43 57 59 50service every day from 9.30am to 7pm from April to
www.ca-se-visite.fr – info@ca-se-visite.frOctober, and 9: 40 at 6pm from November to March.
M° Rue Saint-Maur or ParmentierDifferent schedule depending on the tours. Frequency:
Free for under 10-year-olds. Adult: E12. Reduced between 10 minutes and 30 minutes, depending on the
rate: E10 (under 26 years old, students, unemployed, tour and the period. Adult: E32 (1 day), E36 (2 days
beneficiaries of minimum social benefits, people with consecutive), E40 (3 days). Child (from 4 to 11 years
reduced mobility, seniors, Cezam or La Villette card); For old): E16 (1 or 2 days).
scootering: full price E15, reduced rate E12 (under It’s very simple, these buses with open top deck of Paris
26 years old, students, unemployed, etc). Guided tour. l’Opentour are everywhere in the city! They make you
Catering facilities (aperitifs regularly organized).discover Paris from above – comments are done by an
Associative structure, Ça se Visite intends to show the audioguide (available in 10 languages!). The vehicles are
sustainable, responsible, urban, participative, united, accessible using a pass valid for 1, 2 or 3 consecutive days:
ethical, fair and… professional Paris. The goal of the team You can get on and get off the bus indefinitely on the three
is to facilitate access to leisure, culture and citizenship, routes on offer. Visit the city’s main attractions! You will
it wants to give tourism a human face. Ça se Visite offers discover the history of the capital and its secrets. Kids will
cultural escapades on foot or on scooter in the heart of be attracted by the Parisian adventures of D’Artagnan,
Paris’ popular neighborhoods, as well as in the suburbs: Quasimodo, the Ghost of the Opera… If you want to
Belleville, Ménilmontant, Canal Saint Martin, canal de discover unusual corners, do not hesitate to get off the bus.
l’Ourcq, Clignancourt, Oberkampf, Goutte d’Or, La Villette,
PARIS ZIGZAG Pantin, Saint-Ouen… The great asset of these routes is
Service en ligne. the guarantee of getting off the beaten tracks. You will
e45-47, rue de Chabrol (10 ) discover the popular Paris, where unlike in the center of the
& +33 (0)6 58 47 74 16 rather sanitized capital, there is still a true neighborhood
www.pariszigzag.fr – contact@pariszigzag.fr life… Trips last between 2 hours and two and thirty hours.
M° Poissonnière or Gare de l’Est
CANARICAROpen all year round. Around E15. Online payment.
e5, rue de Berri (16 ) & 07 83 82 73 67Activities. Ticket office on line.
www.canaricar.com – contact@canaricar.comDo you feel like enjoying unusual tour with an
expeM° George Vrienced guide? So Paris ZigZag is for you! The website, rich
Open all year round. Every day from 10am to 8pm. 1 hour: in articles and anecdotes about the city, offers to make
E49, 2 hours: E79, 3 hours: E99, 4 hours: E119. you discover the most unusual corners of the capital. To
Guided tour. Activities.do this, you only need to go to the service website and
The Canaricar concept invites you to discover Paris in a very look for the activities. The use is simple, the contents
original way. As its name suggests, here, visits are made by are exciting and the booking of the circuits is done in a
car and not on foot… but wait until you see the vehicle! few clicks. Once you have selected the visit you wish to
The company offers for rent, for a period ranging from 1 to make (Street art, Paris du Crime, Legendes de Paris, etc.),
enter your availabilities and the number of participants, 4 hours, yellow small two-seat convertibles. Equipped
with four wheels and a GPS that will guide you on the you will be placed in a group of 20 people maximum.
streets of Paris, this road canary is the ideal alternative to
LES BALADES DU RENARD guided tours. Here, you are autonomous and the computer
e87, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud (11 ) is formidable, it will inform you about the history of the
& +33 (0)6 50 38 19 24 city, give you details about an architecture or reveal the
www.les-balades-du-renard.com customs of a neighborhood. You don’t need to stop to read
lesbaladesdurenard@gmail.com a map, all this is done along your journey. Very clever! Be
M° Ménilmontant careful, you can only travel in Paris, not in the suburbs.
Open all year round. Price: E12/person for “Strolls”
(two hours to two hours and thirty), E18/person for 4 ROUES SOUS 1 PARAPLUIE
e“Expeditions” (half a day). Guided tour. 22, rue Bernard-Dimey (18 )
& +33 (0)8 00 80 06 31 / +33 (0)6 67 32 26 68This group offers a variety of tours to make for a few hours
or over a full day. These journeys make it possible to visit www.4roues-sous-1parapluie.com
and cross places still unknown to the general public. The info@4roues-sous-1parapluie.com
site offers several tours, including Sur les traces de... M° Porte de Saint-Ouen
which lasts about two hours and which allows you to Closed on July 14th. Open every day and public holidays
walk to meet many neighborhoods. The other range of from 9am. Departures every half an hour. From E20.
trip takes the name Expeditions. Now, the duration is By reservation. Various rates depending on the courses,
about half a day. When it comes to the content varies consult the website. Checks are not accepted.s
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Visiting Paris in a 2CV driven by a cultured and friendly The weekend and some weekdays during holidays. Rate
driver, here is an original idea of a retro walk to be enjoyed depending on the visit-show. Reduced rate for groups.
between friends or families. With a retro charm and a Reduced rate for children for some visit-shows. Internet shop.
convertible roof, a warm atmosphere quickly settles. A simple guided tour of a neighbourhood turns into a
Several themes are offered. Each 2CV can accommodate show, we should have thought about it! Along the way,
up to three people, large families can live a getaway between two informations or anecdotes issued by your
with several vehicles, ancillary services are also available guide, you wil come cross historical figures played by
such as wine and cheeses tasting and unusual visits of actors. And as for you, you are the spectators of the
an unavoidable monuments. In addition to the themes show. Many shows are offered in different categories:
eternal Paris, unknown Paris, gardens Paris, shopping Paris, w Tours-Shows:
cinema Paris, a walk Paris à la carte allows passengers to – The Opera Garnier tour-show with tour guides from E21
choose their own itinerary, the theme of their trip, the – The Eiffel Tower tour show from E30.45
sttime and the place of departure (between the 1 and – there are tour-shows animated by a comedy troupe
ththe 9 arrondissements) as well as the duration of their on the streets of Montmartre (Le Nouvel Esprit de
getaway. Paris Monopoly is a new getaway in Paris in Montmartre), under the Passages couverts (L’Enigme
2CV through the streets of the most famous board game. des Passages) or in the Quarter Latin (Le Crime du Quartier
Your driver will tell you many anecdotes on the streets Latin) from E 19.95
and on the history of Monopoly. It is advisable to book – An unusual tour-show in a former Issy-les-Moulineaux
15 days in advance. crayère (Le Secret des Caves Oubliées) at the gates of
Paris, from E19.95
THE LITTLE TRAIN OF MONTMARTRE w Tours-Surveys, treasure hunts always with ePromotrain (18 ) & +33 (0)1 42 62 24 00 comedians in the form of a team rally,www.promotrain.fr – on the l’île de la Cité around Notre Dame (L’Enquête promotrain@wanadoo.fr du Paris Médiéval) from E 17.85
Schedule: 11am-5pm from November to March (departure – at the Palais Royal (L’Enquête du Palais-Royal) from
every hour) on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends E17.85and school holidays of the zone C, 10am-8pm from April – in Cimetière du Père Lachaise (L’Enquête du Père to October (departure every 30 minutes) and until 11pm Lachaise) from E 17.85.
in July and August. Adult: E6.50. E4.50 for those under – in the Jardin des Tuileries (La Merveilleuse Légende the age of 12. For groups (20 people minimum): E5.50. des Tuileries) from E 19.95.This small train moving at moderate speed allows you w Actors-Tours who turn you into protagonists of a to discover Montmartre in an entertaining way during a
shooting in the City of Lightguided visit of 35 minutes. You can see passing Moulin Interactive actors-tours in Paris from 17.85 E.Rouge, the Montmartre cemetery, the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, w Exception-Tours for groups (in associa-the Place du Tertre, the vineyards of Montmartre, the
tion with a high-end guided tour operator): The cabaret of the Agile Agile, the Saint-Pierre market… The
Catacombes (no lines) –  Meurtres empoison-circuit forms a loop. The departure is from the White Square nements et scandales at Château de Versailles (M° Blanche) or from the Place du Tertre (M° Abbesses or – Le dessous des chefs-d’œuvre du Louvre, the price is Anvers, by the funicular or on foot for sportive ones). You
depending on the tour (informaton to find out)can start the walk from one of the places, stay the time
you want and make the trip back later (the same day). VU SOUS CET ANGLE
e11, rue de la Villette (19 ) VÉLO PARIS & +33 (0)6 82 29 37 44e44, rue d’Orsel (18 )
www.vusouscetangle.net& +33 (0)1 42 64 97 39
bruno@vusouscetangle.netwww.veloparis.com – contact@veloparis.com
M° JourdainM° Anvers or Abbesses
Package from E150 for a group of 6 people, from E180 for Various schedule depending on the seasons. Visits from
more. These rates do not include the reservation nor the E25. City bike/Mountain bike basic rental: E15/day.
entrance tickets in the museums. Contact and reservations Bike rental.
by phone or by e-mail. Guided tour.Vélo Paris offers several bicycle rides of about three hours
Bruno de Baecque, a guide patented by the Ministry from Montmartre. Discover all the touristic sites of the
of Tourism in 1994, organizes tours of about one hour capital. Some are thematic, some take you to the green
and a half to help you watch from another angle the areas, others take you to the docks for a sport course,
works of art in museums and rediscover monuments while others take you to romantic places etc. Finally,
and gardens through Paris. Thanks to him, museums an evening stroll shows you the beauty of Paris with its
often visited like the Louvre, Orsay, Beaubourg, Arts and attractive night lights.
Crafts or the Cité de l ‘Architecture are revealed in new
VISITES-SPECTACLES light. Twenty themes viewed from this angle include: the
ePlace du Calvaire (18 ) most beautiful buttocks of Louvre , Insane passages, New
& +33 (0)1 48 58 37 12 views on the old Paris… Bruno de Baecque sends you
www.visites-spectacles.com a reminder showing taste and depth: Never forget that
info@visites-spectacles.com you’re the one who looks. SITES & MONUMENTS
LA BOURSE DU COMMERCE ancient Rome, this bronze column of 44 meters in
er2, rue Viarmes (1 ) height and 3,60 m in diameter was soon designed to
stM° Les Halles or RER Châtelet – Les Halles celebrate the glory of Napoleon 1 . Around its trunk
winds a spiral frieze representing scenes of battles Open all year round. Free.
carved by Pierre Bergeret on bronze plaques from The Bourse de Commerce, where services of Paris’s
Chamber of Commerce and Industry are set up, is located the melting of guns taken from the Russians and the
Austrians (if we are to believe hearsay that is perhaps between Rue du Louvre and the garden leading to Forum
propagandist). At the top, you can see a statue of the des Halles. Its building is a beautiful rotunda covered
emperor Napoleon sculpted by Antoine-Denis Chaudet. by a dome that we owe to the architect Henri Blondel.
In 1871, the column was destroyed by the Communards The building dates back to 1889 and was erected from
and rebuilt under the Third Republic. From 2014, the a previous construction, a 18th-century corn exchange.
column was restored due to the considerable damage On the garden side, notice the Medici column of the 16th
of its bronze and stone works and its locksmiths. The century, which is adjoining the Bourse. It is a vestige of the
Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles of the Hôtel de Soissons, a residence of the queen Catherine de
Ile-de-France region was the project owner of the Médicis that was nearby. It has the special characteristics
works led by Christophe Bottineau, the chief architect of being hollow and having a staircase. It is believed that
of historic monuments, with significant cofinancing it could be used for stargazing given the queen’s passion
since it is that of the famous Hôtel Ritz, interested for astrology. Today, this magnificent residence houses
in the brightness of the Column, which is in front of the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 2016,
its doors… Nearby, many Parisian important places the businessman François Pinault and the City Hall of
deserve to be seen: Place Vendôme itself, with its Paris announced the departure of the Chamber and the
shops and luxury hotels, including the Ritz, already establishment of the Fondation Pinault at Bourse de
mentioned, Jardin des Tuileries, Rue Saint-Honoré, Commerce. It will offer multi-disciplinary programme,
Rue de la Paix, L’Opéra, etc.with numerous experiences at the crossroads between
plastic arts, music, theater, literature and cinema whose PLACE VENDÔME
opening is scheduled for the end of 2018. 356, rue Saint-Honoré
er1, rue des Capucines (1 ) LA COLONNE VENDÔME
www.comite-vendome.frM° Tuileries, Pyramides or Palais Royal-Musée
contact@comite-vendome.comdu Louvre
M° Opéra ou TuileriesBuilt at Place Vendôme to the glory of the French
people in 1810 on the model of trajan’s column in o
Open every year. Every day and on public holidays. Free.
Guided tour. Shop.
This square has witnessed great historical
developments since its construction under Louis XIV.
Originally, the site is part of an extensive urban plan
designed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart. According to
his plan, the square is built to host prestigious public
buildings which would face the esplanade where the
statue of the King is located. However, the project is
quickly abandoned due to lack of resources. The square
quickly attracts the wealthiest, who hurry there and
take possession of the buildings already erected and
have sumptuous hôtels particuliers set there for them.
As the Revolution started, the square, symbol of the
old regime and the privileges resulting from it, is
renamed place des Piques (a name reminiscent of a
group of women who had tore up and dragged the
bodies of several murdered royalists). A copy of the
statue of the monarch is made. As a result, Danton
installs the provisional government of the Republic
on the square. A few years later, in 1810, the Emperor
Napoleon erected the Vendôme column in the image
of Trajan’s column in Rome, thus paying tribute to his
great army. This work will be reversed during the
The Luxor Obelisk, place de la Concorde.
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On pont des arts.
Commune under the initiative painter Courbet. By the LE PONT DES ARTS
erway, the artist payed the price for his actions all his life Quai du Louvre (1 )
as he will be forced to finance its reconstruction. He M° Louvre Rivoli.
will die well before seeing the column again. Today, Si, par hasard / Sur l’Pont des Arts / Tu croises le
this square is the square of French and international vent, le vent fripon / Prudence, prends garde à ton
jewellery. Shop windows offer the most beautiful jupon... Georges Brassens was singing. The Pont
and valuable contemporary creations. des Arts is the romantic symbol of lovers spree,
legion in the capital of Love. This pedestrian bridge
PLACE DE LA CONCORDE connects the cour Carrée du Louvre and the dome
ET L’OBÉLISQUE of the Académie Française. Built under the first
M° Concorde Empire, it was the first Parisian metal bridge. It was
Historical place, the Place de la Concorde did not composed of nine arches which caused enough trouble
always deserve (and given) this name, and for good to boatmen. Accidents were so numerous that access
reason! It was the theatre of decapitations of the to this work was forbidden to the public in 1970. This
Revolution and was going close to 1 200 heads aris- walkway reserved for pedestrians was finally rebuilt
tocrats, antirevolutionary or just suspect, ranging in an identical way – less than two arches – in the
from the crowned heads like those of Louis XVI and beginning of 1980. Since 2008, many love locks hang
his wife, to the desperados like Charlotte Corday and along the bridge. Appeared in Eastern Europe, this
Danton. Designed by Ange-Jacques Gabriel starting custom consists of couples hanging a lock where
from 1755 for king Louis XV, it will be the model of words of love or the initials of these couples in love
the royal squares of French cities. At the North end, are inscribed! However, Paris City hall has decided to
two identical buildings in the east the hotel de la remove it in June 2015. There was so many padlocks
Marine, former royal furniture store, and in the west that it threatened the rembarde under it. Glass panels
the Crillon luxury hotel. In the North Champs-Élysées will be installed but in the meantime a art street
and in the South the Tuileries gardens leading directly exhibition was set up.
to the Louvre. In the centre and marking the huge
perspective skilfully linking the Arc De Triomphe and BNF-BIBLIOTHÈQUE NATIONALE
the Palais royal, the ancient Egyptian obelisk offered DE FRANCE SITE RICHELIEU
eby Méhémet Ali in 1836 (in thanks to the help brought 58, rue de Richelieu (2 )
by Champollion in the translation of the hieroglyphics) & +33 (0)1 53 79 59 59
has praised the pharaoh Ramses II for more than M° Bourse or Pyramides
3 300 years. The statues of the place was the work of The bibliothèque Nationale Richelieu (Richelieu National
Coysevox for group of Mercury and reputation, then Library) saw its book collections join the François
Coustou for the Horses of Marly (the originals are Mitterrand site. Drawings, prints, the cabinet of medals
visible in the courtyard of the Louvre Marly). Each and thousands of other treasures and rare pieces were
corner of the square received the allegory of French left on site. Beautiful exhibitions are organized. Do not
city (Brest and Rouen, Lyon and Marseille, Bordeaux miss the façade of the courtyard, made by Robert and
and Nantes, Lille and Strasbourg) to find who is who! Jules-Robert de Cotte – 1729 to 1735.
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Honoré where the Saint-Honoré tower, against whose LE PONT NEUF
remains the current building leans, stood. Head then for Quai de la Mégisserie
Quai de Conti and Quai des Grands-Augustins 11 rue du Louvre where you can find the well-preserved
er base of a former surrounding-wall tower. The wall then (6th) (1 )
followed the line of the current rue du Jour which you M° Pont Neuf or Châtelet
can take to go to rue Montmartre. Once you arrive at rue o Montmartre, turn left and you are at the place of Porte
Open all year round. Every day and public holidays. Free. de Montmartre whose plaque reminds us of the good Classified since 1991 as a UNESCO World Heritage site. memory at n°30. Turn right at rue Étienne-Marcel and go
This is the oldest bridge in Paris. Inaugurated in 1607 by straight, thus going along the interior side of the enclosure.
King Henry IV, its construction began under the reign At n°20, admire the Tour Jean-sans-Peur which was built
of his predecessor, Henri III. At the time, its originality on the remains of a tower of the surrounding wall (visible
comes from the fact that it is devoid of houses, which was on the ground floor), you can thus observe here two
then the norm. Other new developments: the presence towers one on top of the other! Go then to 71-73 rue du
of sidewalks and small balconies in half-moons. This temple, to the Saint-Aignan hotel where a vestige can be
bridge, 232 metres long, is located between the current found in the courtyard (attention, you will have to pay an
st  th1 and 6 arrondissements. It is, in fact, made up of two entrance to observe this trace of the past). Head then for
parts linked by a median overlooking on one side the 55 rue des Francs-Bourgeois where in the courtyard of the
place Dauphine and on the other side the place du Pont- Crédit Municipal, you can admire a tower, undoubtedly
Neuf. In this square, an equestrian statue representing the most moving vestige of the neighbourhood. End at
Henri IV stands, this one dates from the Restoration. rue des Jardins Saint-Paul, right in the heart of Le Marais,
Unfortunately, it is just a replica of the original that where you can find the most impressive remains since
was destroyed during the French Revolution. Below, it is neither more nor less than the longest portion of
we can find the Vert-Galant square, the alias of Henri 13th-century fortification visible in Paris!
IV. This beautiful area offers a pleasant walk along the
western tip of the Ile de la Cité, on the Seine. GALERIE VIVIENNE
6, rue Vivienne
PYRAMIDE DU LOUVRE 4, rue des Petits-Champs –
erPalais du Louvre (1 ) e5, rue de la Banque (2 )
M° Louvre – Rivoli www.galerie-vivienne.com
Access to Musée du Louvre by the pyramid: every day except contact@galerie-vivienne.com
Tuesday. Open on Monday, Thursday and on weekend M° Bourse
from 9am to 6pm. And Wednesday and Friday from 9am Open every day from 8.30am to 8.30pm.
to 9.45pm. Between the Richelieu national library and place des
It is the centerpiece of the Grand Louvre. Commissioned Victoires, the Vivienne gallery is one of the most beautiful
by François Mitterrand and made by architect Pei between covered passages of the capital. Opened in 1826, it has
1985 and 1989, it was inaugurated in March 1989 and a mosaic floor and a magnificent glass roof of origin.
opened to the public on April 1 of the same year. At the It provides a radiant zenith light in an absolutely charming
time, this construction was a clear improvement to the covered street. Everything invites you to linger at the
structure since it was necessary to facilitate public access terrace of your tea room after visiting its shops (fabrics,
by organizing a new lobby. Now it’s done and the result decoration, clothes, jewellery...), of which it is impossible
is dazzling! The pyramid is 21.64 m high, has a base of to leave empty handed.
35.42 m, and is made of glass and metal. Three other
PASSAGE DES PANORAMAS pyramidions stand on cour Napoleon, they serve as
11, boulevard Montmartreskylights towards the large hall. This marriage of the old
158, rue Montmartre – 10, rue Saint-Marc – and the new keeps amazing tourists from all over the world
e38, rue Vivienne (2 )who hurry each day at the foot of this beautiful building.
www.passagedespanoramas.fr
VESTIGES DE L’ENCEINTE contact@passagedespanoramas.fr
DE PHILIPPE AUGUSTE M° Grands Boulevards or Bourse
Pont des Arts Open every day from 6am to midnight.
erQuai François-Mitterrand (1 ) Opened in 1800, the pathway of the Panoramas connects
M° Louvre – Rivoli the Grands boulevards to the Bourse District. It owes
Open all year round. Free. its name to the two rotundas which today are lost,
3 m wide and 9 m high, the enclosure built by Philippe but decorated the entrance. They were the stage of
Auguste between 1190 and 1209 on the right bank of an attraction which offered painted and panoramic
the Seine did not give in the decorative! At a time when views of big cities. The pathway itself crosses a mini
the future City of Lights was only a city subject to danger network consisting of four galleries (Variétés, Feydeau,
of invasions, the French king had to protect his people. Montmartre and Saint-Marc). They are all set under
Today, some remains of this tremendous construction bright glass windows and surrounded by numerous shops
continue. The Louvre tower was located at the level of that target collectors. Stamps, autographs, documents,
the Pont des Arts, 25 m high, then, the wall crossed the coins, medals or postcards are sold there. Note that you
Cour Carrée du Louvre. Go then to the 148-150 rue Saint- can also find designers’ or art galleries and restaurants.s
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LA COLONNE DE JUILLET Ïle Saint-Louis was called Ïle Notre-Dame. Uninhabited
ePlace de la Bastille (4 ) and connected to the shore by a simple bridge, it was
M° Bastille or Saint-Paul mainly used for pasture grazing. It was cut in two
Open all year round. Every day and on public holidays. by a channel which was then filled to form a single
Free. Guided tour. island called Ïle Saint-Louis. Its name is a tribute to
Everyone knows the Génie de la Bastille, winged, standing King Louis IX, Saint Louis, ancestor of Louis XIII. This
on a foot, a torch in hand (gilt bronze sculpture of Auguste island was urbanized around 1640 under the regency
of Marie de Médicis, mother of Louis XIII. It was then Dumont), but we generally know very little about the
column of which it is on top, in the center of the Place covered with a large number of private hotels that
de la Bastille. The July Column is named so since it was made it nicknamed the island of palaces, moreover a
buit by order of King Louis-Philippe to celebrate the number of these hotels were the work of royal architect
Louis Le Vau. The streets took a form of chequer-memory of the dead of Trois Glorioeuses of July 1830,
revolutionary days which paradoxically restored the board from the urbanization of the neighbourhood:
monarchy, known as of July, and took him to power. straight-angle traffic routes with a median artery,
rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Ile, go along it. This is still the Moreover, the paradox got more complicated when they
road map of the island today. From its construction added to the dead of the Trois Glorieuses the remains
of the victims of the revolution that overthrew Louis- to the present, the island has sheltered the fortunes
of Paris, but it is also what makes it beauty, because it Philippe in 1848. After the dead who brought him to
has protected it from any alteration and has undergone power, those who overthrew him were celebrated! The
virtually no transformation since its original urbani-bodies of the victims are buried in the basement of the
column. It is possible to climb inside the column and zation. The passage of famous characters marked the
island: Charles Baudelaire, Camille Claudel, Georges climb the 238 steps to admire the interior. You can also
Pompidou, Georges Moustaki, Brigitte Fontaine, see the statue of the Génie de la Liberté at the top. The
Jean-Claude Brialy…column rises in the Opéra-Bastille neighborhood, close
to Port de l’Arsenal, Rue de la Roquette, Rue de Lappe, HÔTEL DE VILLE from the neighborhood of Le Marais, from Place des ePlace de l’Hôtel-de-Ville (4 )Vosges. In 2017, the work was the subject of numerous
www.paris.frrestoration and construction works. These changes will
M° Hôtel de Ville or Châteletallow you to visit the lower parts, and the crypt will be
open to the public at the beginning of 2018. o
Open all year. Free. Free temporary exhibitions. Guided
FONTAINE STRAVINSKY tour (on registration). Activities.
ePlace Igor-Stravinsky (4 ) Do not rely on the Renaissance of this monumental
M° Rambuteau or Hôtel de Ville City Hall which houses the central services of the
City Hall of Paris. It is indeed, at least as far as its o
facade is concerned, a copy of a previous building Open all year round. Every day and during public holidays.
of the 16th century that was destroyed during the Free. Activities.
bloody repression of the Commune in 1871. It was The fountain is behind the Saint-Merri church, in the
built from 1874 to 1882 on Ballu and Deperthes plans. extension of the Centre Pompidou. Located in a lively
The first city hall of Paris established here dates back neighbourhood and lulled to the rhythm of the terraces,
to the 114th century, when the Provost Marshal the place on which it appears is equipped with beautiful
Etienne Marcel established the City administration dimensions. It’s the kind of place where it’s good to sit in
in a construction named house to the Pillars. An the shade of trees. Created in 1983, the fountain consists
equestrian statue of the Provost Marshal is found of sculptures by Niki de Saint-Phalle and Jean Tinguely,
on the Seine side. This one, like the city hall which two major figures of New Realism, movement that
replaced it in the 16th century, overlooks the Place de affected the middle of modern art in the 1950s. These
la Grève – current Place de l’Hotel-de-Ville – which two artists, who were united in life, had their own style,
descended up to the level of the Seine. A port allowed their signature, but these ones were complementary.
the loading and unloading of a great amount of food. This fountain is a living proof of that, it appears to be an
It had been for centuries both a place where people open-air museum. Livened up by the water that crosses
came to look for work and a site where shows and them, the sixteen works made jointly talk with humour
major events took place, as well as public execu-the music of Igor Stravinsky.
tions… On the façades of the building, notice the
L’ÎLE SAINT-LOUIS numerous statues representing Parisian personalities
Accessible from l’île de la Cité by pont Saint- from the past and from French cities. In the interior,
eLouis (4 ) the holiday hall is inspired by the decorum of the ice
www.ile-saint-louis.com gallery of Château de Versailles. Several lounges are
M° Cité, Pont-Marie and Sully-Morland also nicely decorated, including a fresco of Puvis de
Open all year round. Free. Guided tour. Catering facilities. Chavannes. As for the square that is now pedestrian
Shop. Activities. one, it is again the setting of various events, often
Ïle de la Cité and Ïle Saint-Louis are the two natural out of standard: concerts, ephemeral garden, rink,
islands of the Seine in Paris. During the Middle Ages, demonstration, etc.s
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kingdom still visible, this Gallo-Roman amphitheatre was PLACE DES VOSGES
built at the 1st century and rediscovered in 1869 during the M° Bastille, Chemin Vert or Saint-Paul
construction of Rue Monge. At that time, its destruction was It is on this square closely linked to the kings of France
suggested but many personalities of the time, including history that was born first the great Tournelles hotel,
Victor Hugo, fought tooth and nails so that the monument is residence privileged of Valois until Catherine de Médicis
saved and restored. It was all done in 1910. To this day, the makes it demolished. The queen can not suffer any more
ruins dominate the Latin Quarter. Inside, you can admire this place that was a fatal fire to her husband King Henry
the beauty of the place and you can give free reigns to your II who died there because of a wound on his eye during
imagination. While sitting on the stands, you would hear a tournament. The place becomes a horse market and
almost the sound of the weapons which knock together, a place that is not very recommended to the people of
the enthusiasm of the crowd or the voice of the actors good virtues. Then, the king Henry IV had built a royal
reciting one of their famous monologues. Then, thank square in honour of the engagement of Louis XIII and
the Poet, sit quietly and bet on your favourite gladiators!Anne d’Autriche. The polychrome architecture of bricks,
thstone and slate very typical of the 16 and the beginning LE COLLÈGE DE FRANCE thof the 17 century recalls the age of this place. e11, place Marcellin-Berthelot (5 )
The Revolution can not decide in favour of a republican & +33 (0)1 44 27 12 11 / 01 44 27 11 47
name for this place marked by royalty. It will be the turn www.college-de-france.fr
of Federated place, Parc d’Artillerie place or a place of message@college-de-france.fr
Indivisibility before becoming a Vosges place in honour M° Maubert – Mutualité
of the same name department that was the first to pay The advent of Collège de France in 1530 is due to François I
tax during the Revolution. who, following the request of the humanist François Budé,
Today the statue of Louis XIII stands in the centre of the decided to create a new structure of higher education
square. You will recognize the king’s pavilion to the profile that would not be controlled by the University of Paris.
of the good King Henry in a medallion in front, then you It is under the reign of Henri II that the buildings were
can go to the front door of Cardinal Richelieu at n° 21. The built; it was enlarged several times since. There are also
Victor-Hugo museum took place in the apartment of the annexes at 52, Cardinal-Lemoine Street and 3, Ulm Street.
famous poet and novelist. Full of the prestige of its past, The principle of the Collège de France is that teachers
the place still hosts famous residents. are free to deliver courses as they see fit. This unique
school in its kind does not lead to any diploma. Another LA TOUR SAINT-JACQUES
important feature: everyone has the right to attend the eSquare de la Tour Saint-Jacques (4 ) classes, within the limits of available places. Chairs held M° Châtelet or Hôtel de Ville
by professors and researchers cover a wide range of fields: Open all year round. Friday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, history, archaeo-Booking is mandatory on line on the website of Des Mots et logy, linguistics, orientalism, philosophy, social sciences...Des Arts or on the premises (39 rue de Rivoli) on the same
day (limited to 5 place per visit). Adult: E10 (reduced rate LA RUE DU CHAT-QUI-PÊCHE
E8). Group limited to 17 people. Free access during the M° Saint-Michel, RER Saint-Michel Notre-Dame
European Days of the heritage. Guided tour. To see how a lot of Parisian streets looked like in old
The view of this Gothic tower in the middle of a public times, you should not fail to go to this very narrow way
garden can be surprising! If this eponymous public at the time of your discovery of Latin Quarter. Its width is
garden is the first Parisian public garden, set under 1.80 metre, delighting tourists who are very numerous in
the Second Empire, the tower is actually the remains this neighbourhood close to Notre-Dame! Its origins date
of the Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie, demolished in back to 1540 and it owes its name to a store located there.
1793 during the Revolution. The bell tower dates back It goes from Quai Saint-Michel (n° 9) and ends at Rue de la
to the 16th century, but the statues that decorate it on Huchette (n° 12), which represents a length of 29 metres.
its top actually date back to the early 20th century. They
LE BASSIN SOUFFLOTsymbolise evangelical symbols (the Angel, the Lion, the
ePlace Edmond-Rostand (6 )Beef, the Eagle) and Saint James the Greater to whom it
RER Luxembourgwas dedicated. This was, moreover, one of the rallying
Open all year round. Every day and on public holidays. Free.points of pilgrims on the way to Compostela. Note that
Bassin Soufflot, also called Bassin Pastoral, is located at a weather station is housed in the tower.
the intersection of Rue Soufflot and Boulevard
Saint LES ARÈNES DE LUTÈCE Michel. From this spot, you have a breathtaking view
4, rue des Arènes of the Pantheon and the Jardin de Luxembourg. The
e47, rue Monge – Rue de Navarre (5 ) work has pride of place in the middle of their
crossM° Cardinal Lemoine or Place Monge roads and seems to rise from the middle of the cars,
Open all year round. Every day and during public holidays. triumphant. This fountain was set, in 1862, at the time
From 8am/9am to 6pm/8.30pm, depending on the season. when Boulevard Saint-Michel was drilled. This is a work
Free. Guided tour. Activities. Playground. by Gabriel Davioud, to which a charming bronze statue
The town of Paris rises on the ruins of the beautiful Lutèce, made by George-Adolphe Crauk was added in 1884.
former commercial city of the Roman empire, and the It represents a mermaid and a triton that hold a shell
arenas are the living proof of that. Rare remains of the from which a water jet comes out.s
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a width of 45 m. It is decorated with high and low reliefs ARC DE TRIOMPHE
sculpted by about fifty artists. The most famous work is ePlace Charles-de-Gaulle (8 )
La Marseillaise by François Rude (Champs-Élysées side). & +33 (0)1 55 37 73 77
On the arch you can still read the names of generals and www.paris-arc-de-triomphe.fr
victories won by the revolutionary and imperial armies. M° Charles de Gaulle Étoile
Under the monument, in 1921, was installed the tomb ol of the Unknown Soldier in memory of soldiers who died
Closed on January 1st, May 1st, May 8th (morning), July during the First World War. A flame is revived every day
14th (morning), November 11th (morning) and December at 6: 30 pm.
25th. Because of the climatic risks, the monument is likely
to modify its schedule of visits. Schedule provided: from PONT ALEXANDRE-III
April 1st to September 30th from 10am to 11pm and Quai d’Orsay
efrom October 1st to March 31st fro 10.30pm. Cours de la Reine (8 )
Last access 45 minutes before closing. Free for under M° Invalides
18-year-olds (and -25 years amenable to the countries to othe European Union and non-European regular residents
Open all year. Free.on the French territory and unemployed on presentation
On one side Les Invalides, on the other the Grand and of a -6 month old certificate). Adult: E12 (reduced rate:
Petit Palais... A breathtaking perspective! This Parisian E9). Group (20 people): E9. Tourism label & Disability.
building bears the name of the terrible Tsar Alexander Free admission for the disabled people and their guide
III, his son, Nicolas II, laid the first stone during his visit on presentation of a written proof. Guided tour (booking
to France in 1896. Built just before the First World War, required for groups: reservation.arcdetriomphe@
this bridge quickly became the symbol of the Franco-monuments-nationaux.fr). Shop. Free tour or with
Russian friendship. Inaugurated on the occasion of the conference.
1900’s World Exhibition and classified as a historical The Arc de Triomphe is located on a beautiful perspective:
monument since 1975, it’s now indissociable from in the East you have the Champs-Elysées, the Concorde
Parisian landscape. Consisting of only one steel arch, square, the Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre. In the West
this work has an important Louis XIV-style decoration. lies the neighbourhood of La Défense and its Grande Arch.
To help you identify the important sites of the capital, Two impressive pylons of 17 m are located on each
side of the bridge. Surmounted by majestic wheelie you have orientation tables on the terrace where you will
pegasuses, they represent La Renommée des Arts, La find a small museum that tells the story of the building.
The latter was commissioned by Napoleon I with the aim Renommée des Sciences, La Renommée du Commerce et
of paying homage to the French armies. Started in 1806, de l’Industrie. At their base, you can find some statues
of seated women, they pay tribute to the greatness of its construction was completed 30 years later, during
the reign of Louis-Philippe. Designed by the architect France at various periods of its history. A masterpiece
Jean-François Chalgrin, the Arc has a height of 50 m and that will remain etched in your memory!
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architect. This magnificent temple of opera and ballet PLACE SAINT SULPICE
e was inaugurated in 1875 after 15 years of work. It is 1, place Saint-Suplice (6 )
admired for its architecture as for its programs. It has the M° Saint-Sulpice or RER Luxembourg
famous double helix staircase which rises in a marble Open all year round. Free. Restaurant. Shop.
nave of varied colours – from its opening, it was adopted The architect of this place, Servandoni, had the folie
by the high society who loved to be seen. The house des grandeurs when he led the work of this place. Also
itself contains sculptures and paintings in abundance. architect of the church Saint-Sulpice which is the jewel,
As for the room, dominated by red and gold colours, it he wanted the location to be very wide. Finally, his
has a great and legendary crystal chandelier – 8 tons! requirements did not find positive answers because the
– And a ceiling painted by Marc Chagall in 1964. It can square measures 105 metres long and 80 metres wide,
accommodate up to 1900 people. A museum, through less than what he wanted. Servandoni, who has a street
its collections and temporary exhibitions, tells the three-bearing his name, which is part of the square, on the
century history of the opera – it can be seen during a right by facing the church, had imagined a vast project of
visit to the palace. The institution has an orchestra that parallel buildings, which the No. 6 alone, located at the
interprets most of the works of the program. The Palais corner of the Rue des Cannettes, remained as a model. Garnier shares its opera productions with the Opéra Several times in the year, fairs and salons are temporarily
Bastille, but remained a key place for ballets. Some take place there. There is also a titanic carved fountain. recitals and orchestral concerts are also organised here.
OPÉRA NATIONAL DE PARIS – PASSAGE JOUFFROYPALAIS GARNIER Between boulevard Montmartre eCorner of the Scribe and Auber Streets (9 ) eand rue de la Grange-Batelière (9 )
& 08 92 89 90 90 M° Grands Boulevards
www.operadeparis.fr Open every day from 7am to 9.30pm. Entrance fee: Free.
visitegarnier@operadeparis.fr The idea of covered passage is a great idea because simple:
Metro: Opéra, 3, 7, 8 lines RER: Auber Station, building a street sheltered from the rain but benefitting
A line Bus: 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 53, 66, 68, nevertheless from daylight, hence the additional idea
81, 95 lines Parking: Galeries Lafayette of glazed roofing. Passage Jouffroy was one of the first
Closed on January 1st, on May 1st and on performance covered passage in Paris (it was open in 1845). It was
days. Open every day from 10am to 5pm (last visit at also the first heated passage in Paris. From the outset,
4.30pm). Shows from September to July. Reservations at it benefitted from the repercussions of the Passage
the counters of Palais Garnier et de l’Opéra Bastille from des Panoramas’s popularity facing it. Very quickly, iron
Monday to Saturday from 11.30am to 6.30pm and an structures replaced primitive timber constructions,
hour before each representation. Free for those under the allowing top-of-the-range shops and restaurants which
age of 12. Adult: E11 (E12 during exhibition period). contributed to its popularity to safely settle, without
Reduced rate: E7 (E8 dureriod). Guided forgetting the famous dance hall of Le Bal Montmartre
tour (audioguides in 11 languages). Catering facilities. that was in the basement. A whole part of the passage is
Shop. Temporary exhibition. occupied by the side wall of the Musée Grevin adjoining it.
The Palais Garnier is one of the cornerstones of major To see on the spot and in the neighbourhoods: the passage
renovations of the capital led by Baron Haussmann itself and its shops, Musée Grévin, hHôtel Drouot, Passage
during the Second Empire. Charles Garnier was the Verdeau, Passage des Panoramas, Grands Boulevards...
Opera Garnier.
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