The 209-metre Tour Montparnasse, The Hôtel des Invalides, which was founded by Louis XIV, the world-known Eiffel Tower built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889...Discover all the Paris' main sights !
Ourcq, Saint-Denis and Saint-Martin canals have become cityscape mainstays – and great places for a walk, bike or boat ride!
From Place de la Bastille, symbol of the French Revolution, through Place Concorde where Stands the Marly Horses, Paris has many famous places ...
No fewer than 37 bridges cross the Seine in Paris. Read on for all the secrets behind the construction of these living symbols of Paris’ history.
From the Eiffel Tower to the heights of Buttes Chaumont Park, contemplate Paris from a different angle. It is an original way of discovering the capital. This is our selection of unmissable heights!
There are fourteen cemeteries in Paris proper, three of them – Père-Lachaise (in the east), Montmartre (in the north) and Montparnasse (in the south) – particularly well known to lovers of history and old monuments.