Paris city map-guide 2020-2021
The map-guide is the ideal resource for exploring Paris and its region. It is available in 9 languages (French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese). Discover Paris and its region thanks to a detailed map of the capital and its close suburbs, a map of the Paris Region and a public transport map. This support also includes 3 sections of practical information and 8 sections presenting more than 70 major cultural sites, to help you organise your stay in Paris.
Paris City guide 2021-2022
This pocket guide helps you to explore Paris and its surroundings. You plan your stay around not-to-be-missed key sites, near to which are suggested museums, monuments, parks and gardens, and districts … to discover. The French capital is carved up into 7 major districts, including addresses in the Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne, as well of course a chapter on the Île-de-France. The guide includes a themed section packed with ideas and addresses on the most in-demand topics from visitors. You will find information about trips & tours, gastronomy, shopping, family outings, and nightlife. Not forgetting a practical information section with useful tips for your stay.
Paris Guided Tours and Visits 2020-2021
This bilingual booklet lists interpreter-guides, lecturer-guides and companies specializing in cultural or thematic tours of Paris. On foot, by boat, by sightseeing coach, by bicycle, by air-balloon ... not forgetting ideas for discovering gastronomy, oenology, shopping, behind-the-scenes, etc.
Accessible Paris 2019-2020
This guide is published in French and in English. It makes planning a trip to Paris easier for people with disabilities (physical, visual, hearing and mental). It is packed with all the essential information on how to get to Paris - by plane, train or car-, how to get around on public transport or by private transport, restaurants and accommodation for groups, visits to museums and monuments, and places to go and outings (theatres, shopping, theme parks). A sightseeing itinerary adapted to independent wheelchair users along the Seine riverbanks is featured at the end of the guide (Pages 26 and 27).