Interrail is an inexpensive and flexible way to travel to Paris. Tip: Discover the city as part of an Interrail trip through France or across several countries – you’ll often travel cheaper than with Point-to-Point Tickets.
Wander hand in hand through the most beautiful neighbourhoods, share a kiss under the shade of a 100-year-old tree, enjoy a cosy dinner in a Michelin-star restaurant or spend a magical night in a charming hotel. In Paris – the city of love – you’ll never be short of places to spend some unforgettable moments together as a couple!
Luxury goods, prêt-à-porter fashion, gastronomy, antiques, ‘art de vivre’ – in Paris, you’ll find elegant brand names and the most beautiful local shops right next to one another. In the shopping capital of Europe, you are free to go shopping at any time and with any budget, which is exactly why many visitors choose to stay in Paris.
Paris is considered the European capital of fashion and design. There are around 17,000 shops you can discover in Paris, including 5,500 shops dedicated just to clothing. Thanks to its department stores, historic and unmissable luxury brands and famous districts, Paris is a brilliant shopping destination 365 days a year.
Paris is the capital of gastronomy and warmly welcomes all gourmets. Michelin-star restaurants, bistros, creative cuisine – let yourself be charmed by the quality and variety on offer!
The ‘gastronomic meal of the French’ was included in the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010, making Paris the capital of French gastronomy. Nowadays, countless Michelin-star chefs are celebrating food in the metropolis, new restaurants are opening every month and take-away food outlets and delicatessens are popping up all over the city.
Modern and innovative cuisine continues to evolve as part of the Fooding® movement that first emerged in 2000: from street-food to the craze for specialised restaurants, gastronomic trends in Paris are extremely varied and diverse.
Whether dining at a deli, watching a head chef hard at work, trying out a unique menu or learning how to cook from a Michelin-star chef, foodies can find everything they could ever need to please their palate in Paris.
An insider tip for the best sights: the Paris PassLib’.
Would you like to climb the Eiffel Tower, visit the Louvre, take a boat trip on the Seine or go to a cabaret? The Paris tourist office offers the Paris PassLib’, a flexible pass that is designed to meet your needs. It gives you access to the most important museums and monuments in Paris and the Île-de-France region.
Excursions and tours are also included, for example a virtual reality flight over Paris, wine and cheese tasting or a guided tour of Parisian street art.
Discover another side of Paris.
1: Paris in the open air.
Explore the countless pedestrian zones and the riverside promenades and enjoy Paris out in the fresh air on sunny days!
Fancy a drink or lunch outside? There’s nothing better than settling down on one of the popular roof terraces and enjoying the unique view. Need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city? Take a boat trip on the Seine. Love taking a walk around the city? Walk or cycle through the streets and stumble upon those hidden gems well away from the most famous boulevards.
And as summer approaches, a new wind blows through the city when countless activities and events take over the public squares. Day or night, Paris offers thousands of opportunities to enjoy yourself in the open air.
2: Tour on the trail of Parisian film locations.
Emily in Paris, Lupin, James Bond and many more: Paris plays host to some 900 film shoots every year! Walks on the theme of cinema are endless: relive breathtaking stunts at the Eiffel Tower, big-screen kisses in front of the river Seine, crazy cavalcades on bridges, romantic getaways around Sacré-Cœur and much more.
The magic of film also enables you to walk in the footsteps of your favourite actors or sit where they once sat in illustrious cafés, bistros, Michelin-star restaurants, luxury hotel bars or cabarets. And with their help, discover a few unusual places, too.