Vis­i­tors Bureau

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Re­cep­tion teams, doc­u­men­ta­tion and bookings are all avail­able at the Paris Con­ven­tion and Vis­i­tors Bureau wel­come cen­tres. Vis­i­tors are wel­come seven days a week in the main of­fice lo­cated at 25 rue des Pyra­mides (1st), M° Pyra­mides.

Open­ing Hours: From May 2nd to Oc­to­ber 31st, 9am to 7pm. Other branches in­clude Gare du Nord (10th), Gare de l’Est (10th), Gare de Lyon (12th) and Mont­martre/An­vers (18th) M° An­vers.­

If one of our read­ers is only in Paris for 24 hours what one thing would you rec­om­mend they do? Go on a 2 or 3-hour city tour with Paris City Vi­sion in or­der to get a good idea of Paris, and then have lunch in a myth­i­cal place such as La Coupole. You could then dis­cover an area ac­cord­ing to your mood. Mont­martre for lovers and the Quartier Latin for those who love a live­lier Paris. Then in the evening en­joy din­ner and a show at the Lido. For our read­ers who are look­ing for a tra­di­tional Parisian bistro serv­ing au­then­tic French fare, where would you book them a ta­ble? With­out hes­i­ta­tion I would rec­om­mend Au­berge Bres­sane. Their sweet and sour souf­flés and their fa­mous chicken with morels cooked with wine and cream are de­li­cious. It’s not al­ways easy for our read­ers to find some­where fun to head to at 2am, where would you rec­om­mend they party till dawn? Le Mag­nifique bar is open un­til 5am and of­fers a per­fect mix of a bar and a club. As the fash­ion cap­i­tal, which ar­eas do you think show­case the best fash­ions? The Golden Tri­an­gle area and Rue Saint-Honoré. For a cou­ple in love where would you rec­om­mend they go for a ro­man­tic din­ner? In the gar­den of the Closerie des Lilas. What have you re­cently dis­cov­ered in Paris that you would ad­vise guests to see? The Moli­tor Ho­tel where you can en­joy lunch or brunch around the leg­endary pools. Paris is well-known for its mag­nif­i­cent mon­u­ments, from where would you sug­gest our read­ers get the best view of the city? If you have the chance to go to Mont­martre I sug­gest go­ing to the cor­ner of rue du Cal­vaire and Place du Cal­vaire from where, by day or by night, un­der a sunny sky or a cloudy one, the city al­ways looks beau­ti­ful.


Break­fast or brunch at Carette at Place des Vos­ges.


Stroll along the river Seine em­bank­ments and browse the sec­ond-hand book­stands and an­tiques.



Tea at Café de Flore.

Din­ner at Pa­trick Pig­nol’s Re­lais d’Au­teuil.

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