This historical Citroën museum shows 300 vehicles split up into 4 categories from 1919 to today – styling studies, rally department, competition and collector items.
Discover the gardens and arboretum of the "Ecole du Breuil" (gardening school) located in the "Bois de Vincennes" of Paris !
An exclusive programme of classical music concerts held in a prestigious venue: the Château de Grosbois at Boissy-Saint-Léger. Language: French speaking only.
Gare de l’Est railway station, once called gare de Strasbourg, is in close proximity of the gare du nord railway station. This tour will help you understand why the area inherited two stations quite close to each other in the middle of the 19th century. You will discover the history of gare de l’Est railway station and the role it played on the evolution of the area.
Enjoy our first concert of the season in the prestigious salons of the Château de Santeny on Tuesday 16 October at 8.30pm. A selection of romantic pieces by Rossini, Massenet, Saint-Saëns and Debussy will be performed by a trio of violin, flute and harp. Free tour of the castle before the concert.
Join this guided walking tour of the Cité Internationale, a beautiful student campus on Paris’s southern city limits near Montsouris Park. Our guide, Ania, will explain the history of this exceptional site, from the motivations of its founders to its present-day role.
The aerodynamics laboratory built by Gustave Eiffel at the foot of his tower in 1909 was moved to Auteuil in 1912. Language: French speaking visit only.
Explore the Ile de la Cité and the Palace of Justice. This tour allows you to visit one of the most impressive building in the capital.
A guided architectural tour highlighting the art nouveau and art deco styles which flourished during the late 19th/early 20th century and the 20s and 30s in Nogent-sur-Marne and Le Perreux-sur-Marne, bordering the Bois de Vincennes in Paris.
You will learn all there is to know about how the metro works, the organisation and equipment used on line 7. Language: French speaking visit only Please send the first name and surname of each participant during your registration.
Step inside Château de Grosbois and take a guided tour through four centuries of French history, from the time of Henri IV to the present day. Language: French speaking visit only.
During the first half of the 20th century, the left bank was the peaceful cocoon of a lesbian community which was composed of many artists and intellectuals who were in the best conditions to develop their art and thoughts.
Vitry-sur-Seine boasts the highest number works of street art in the whole of Paris. Your guide Kasia, an artist herself, will take you on a guided tour of some of the impressive murals and graffiti created here by artists from all over the world, including C215, David Walker, Stew, and Jimmy C.
During this guided visit you will discover the backstage of Printemps department store. From the underground to the gardened rooftop, passing by the Art Deco cupola.
Have a chat and a few glasses of organic beer with the young couple who founded the Mappiness microbrewery. Hear their story and learn more about the brewing process on this tour of the premises – and then blind taste some of their craft beers!
Located on one of the most attractive loops of the River Marne in eastern Paris, Le Perreux-sur-Marne features a delightful three-kilometre (two-mile) riverside walkway, which has recently been renovated. Visitors can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and country scenery and admire some of the remarkable architecture.
Visit the Grosbois training centre for race horses, the trotters’ last stop before Vincennes hippodrome races. This is an opportunity to explore an exceptional privately-owned site dedicated to harness racing and steeped in cultural heritage. Language: French speaking visit only.
Fort de Sucy, built between 1879 and 1881, is part of the ‘second ring’ of fortifications around Paris, a defence system designed by military engineer General Séré de Rivières following the siege of the capital in 1870. Free guided tours on the first Sunday of the month.
For the past twenty years or so, the 19th district of Paris has been the place of Jewish orthodoxy, going well beyond the boundaries between the Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews thus creating a community of reconfiguration, rich both in terms of diversity and cohesion. It is this district in Paris which has the largest number of Jewish schools and synagogues. Language: French speaking visit only.
Placoplâtre is number 1 of gypsum fabrication in the world. Close to the gypsum quarries, the factory that you will visit manufactures 40% of the national output production of plaster: that is to say 1 million ton per year, or, 62 million square meters of gypsum per year. Language: French speaking visit only
Visit this mysterious garden hidden in the heart of the "Bois de Paris Vincennes". In the middle of the fauna and flora you will discover several chapters of History.
Let's go for a Segway ride around the Bois de Vincennes and its castle !
Discover an atypical architectural heritage along the Ourcq canal with Patrick Bezzolato, architect, historian and photographer.
Take this insider’s guided tour of Paris-Orly international airport and get a runway-side view of ground operations at an international airport. Language: French speaking visit only.
During this tour in the streets of Montmartre, Juliette Dubois will reveal the stories of cinema that have marked this former village.
Discover the Quartier des Princes in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris and its amazing buildings built during the 1930's.
An unusual and romantic cruise from Port de plaisance Paris-Arsenal at the Bastille to bassin de la Villette, passing by Parc de la Villette (or in the other way).
Boarding takes place at the foot of the Musée d’Orsay Museum right beside the Seine. It will glide you slowly in front of the Tuileries gardens, the Louvre… There you’ll see the passerelle des Arts, Ile de la Cité, Notre Dame and the beautiful private hotels of île Saint-Louis. But it’s when you’ll pass the first lock that gives access to St Martin canal that the adventure will really begin.