Top Things to do in Paris

Activities for Mother's Day in Paris

This year, Mother's Day is on Sunday 29 May. Discover the capital of Paris in good company and have a great time with your family. Take advantage of this special occasion to visit Paris in one day by panoramic bus or do unforgettable activities.


Museum Night in Paris

The Museum Night returns to Paris for its 18th edition on Saturday 14 May 2022. Take advantage of our Paris by Night tour to discover the City of Light at dusk, then head off to the Parisian museums, which are open until midnight for the occasion.

Sporting events in Paris

Discover the Tootbus agenda of the main sporting events in Paris this summer: football, boxing, running, tennis, equestrian competition, rugby... Take advantage of the Tootbus tours to get to the various sports venues in the capital.

Top 5 best spots to watch the sunset in Paris

Paris is a top destination for tourists from all over the world throughout the year. Known as the City of Light, the capital offers exceptional views at any time of the day. Nightfall is a unique moment when the flamboyant colours invite us to dream.

Walking in Pigalle

Renowned for its nighttime folies, the Pigalle district is nevertheless a must-see for tourists visiting Paris. Most places, even the hidden ones, can be visited on foot in this neighborhood spanning into the 9th and 18th arrondissements. From the Boulevard de Clichy to the Boulevard de Rochechouart, here are some walking tours to live Pigalle.

10 Fascinating Facts about the Eiffel Tower you should know

On arrival in Paris, tourists who have never previously set foot in the French capital dream only of one thing: admiring the place nicknamed “the Iron Lady”. At over 300 metres high, for more than 40 years after its completion it was the tallest structure ever built. Here are some facts few people know about the Eiffel Tower.

Visit the bridges of Paris

Crossing the Seine, Paris is famous for its bridges: Discover their history and their characteristics. Our beautiful French capital has dozens of bridges over the Seine, 37 to be more precise. There are many others, whether they pass over the canals or over the peripherals or they that still serve as pedestrian footbridges. Each one has its own history and makes the charm of Paris.

The Paris Carnival, a popular Parisian festival

Enjoy a colourful February holiday by participating in the 24th edition of the Paris Carnival. We reveal the history of this popular Parisian festival, the theme of the festivities, the dates and the route proposed this year.

History of the Paris Carnival

As early as the 11th century, Parisians used to dress up during the Fête des Fous. In the Middle Ages, this pagan event took place at Notre-Dame Cathedral.