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To enjoy the wonders of Paris, make realistic plans. The amounts of attractions and landmarks is overwhelming; visiting only the most famous ones (which can be overcrowded during major holidays) takes more than a week. The historical district along the Seine in the city centre is classified as a UNESCO Heritage Site.

Also сheck оut мore info: DiscoveringPlans and maps of ParisCelebrations & festivals

Popular landmarks in the city centre included the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris (map); the Gothic royal chapel of Sainte-Chapelle (map); the Eiffel Tower (map); the Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées (map) and Petit Palais (map); the *Arc de Triomphe (map), and the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur (map) on the hill of Montmartre (map).

Catacombes de Paris (map). Used to store the exhumed bones from the overflowing Paris cemetery. The bones of more than 6 million bodies lie here.

Fontainebleau (map). A lovely historic town south of Paris (55.5 km or 35 mi). A favourite weekend getaway for Parisians, it is renowned for its large and scenic forest, and for its château. 35 min train ride from Gare de Lyon (map).

The Louvre (map) was the most visited art museum in the world in 2019. The Musée d’Orsay (map), Musée Marmottan Monet (map), and Musée de l’Orangerie (map) are noted for their collections of French Impressionist art. The Pompidou Centre (map) / Musée National d’Art Moderne (map) has the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe.

The Musée Rodin (map) and Musée Picasso (map) exhibit the works of two noted Parisians. *List of museums in Paris

 The most visited museums in Paris (parisinfo.com)

One of the best value and most convenient ways to see the sights is with the Paris Museum Pass, a pre-paid entry card that allows entry into over 70 museums and monuments around Paris (and the Palace of Versailles).

Since the late 18th century, Paris has been famous for its restaurants and haute cuisine, food meticulously prepared and artfully presented. Today, due to Paris’ cosmopolitan population, every French regional cuisine and almost every national cuisine in the world can be found there; the city has more than 9,000 restaurants. ⇒ (*French cuisine).

Flea markets ⇒ The most famous of these is the Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen (Clignancourt Flea Market, map), Métro: Porte de Clignancourt, a haven for lovers of antiques, second-hand goods, and retro fashion. The best days to go are Saturday and Sunday. The Marché aux Puce de Vanves (map)


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Public transport.

Guide to traveling to and getting around in France.

RATP ::: Metro timetablesBus timetablesTramway timetablesRER timetables

Also сheck оut мore info: Public transport (parisinfo.com) • Getting to France (uk.france.fr)

BUS: sobus.travel — sells bus tickets for all the bus companies. The Noctilien (Map of Noctilien) is a night bus service that operates in Paris and the Paris region from 12.30am to 5.30am.

TRAIN: For regional trains, schedules can be found at ter.sncf.com. For long distances, use the TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse, or High-speed train) on which reservations are obligatory. TGVThelloOuigo. + RailEurope • EurostarThalysizy (Paris-Brussels) • TGV Lyria (Switzerland) • DB (Germany) • RENFE (Barcelona)

AIRPORT: parisaeroport.fr – Paris airport information. aeroport.fr – list of airports in France.

FERRY: Batobus – Eiffel Tower ⇒ Musée d’Orsay ⇒ St Germain des Près ⇒ Notre-Dame Cathedral ⇒ Jardin des Plantes ⇒ Hôtel de Ville ⇒ Louvre ⇒ Champs-Elysées ⇒ Beaugrenelle. + Getting to Paris by boat /  More Info about Passenger Boats

Paris Travel Guide 2022 | BEST Things to do, Places to eat, Hidden Gems & MORE.

In this 2022 Paris Travel Guide, we show you our fave things to do in Paris, France. Where to stay, Places to see, Things to do, Museums, Restaurants, Cafés, Thrift Shops & MORE…

⇒ video source: Juan Marcel & Rhylan / youtube.com /

Useful websites.

Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.


How do you obtain a VISA for a stay in France – and what are the customs procedures? + Customs and Visas (france.fr)


The practical travel and tourist information pages on Paris, French regions, driving in France, and a whole lot more.


France-Voyage.com is a leading guide to Tourism in France. It provides holidaymakers with all the practical and cultural information.

Good listings of current cultural events in Paris can be found in Pariscope, weekly magazines listing all concerts, art exhibitions, films, stage plays and museums. Timeout is a good option for tourists, who don’t speak French.

guide.michelin.com: Find your next great culinary experience with the MICHELIN Guide.

France-Voyage.com: Since it was created in 2003, France-Voyage.com has developed over the years to become a leading guide to Tourism in France. It provides holidaymakers with all the practical and cultural information they need to help plan their stay.

About-France.com – is a website filled with hundreds of pages of relevant and useful information about France. The practical travel and tourist information pages on Paris, French regions, driving in France, and a whole lot more, are just part of a much wider exploration of modern France.

Le Figaro: This is a French newspaper that covers news, culture, and entertainment in France, and provides practical information for tourists on topics such as food, wine, and shopping.

Auto Europe: This website provides information on car rental options in France, as well as booking options and practical information on driving in France.

Velib: This is the website of Paris’ public bike-sharing system and provides information on renting bikes, pricing, and station locations.