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.
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).
Young chefs from the restaurant les Pantins will welcome you on board for a night-time cruise that will sail along the Paris Ourcq Canal.
Visit sold out for now. Please check other dates available or leave your email and we will contact you. From Passage Brady to the areas around La Chapelle, follow the path of Indian culture in Paris. Learn about the history of the communities settled around Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. Age minimum: free for children under -14 years old Language: French speaking visit only
Strolling through this market in Château-Rouge, the colourful stalls will make you open your eyes wide as well as your mouth and awaken all your senses. Guided by a native of Malian who is only too happy to share his knowledge about the market and the people involved, he will help you discover the atmosphere of on of the most unusual places in Paris.
Gourmet Barbès ! Paris is not only a classic representation of luxury and pure French tradition. The capital has always been a melting pot of different cultures from all over the world which makes Paris a unique city.
During this tour in the streets of Jourdain, Belleville and Ménilmontant, Juliette Dubois will reveal the stories of cinema that have marked this neighborhood, one of the cradles of cinema in Paris.
Get on board for a cruise on the Canal de l’Ourcq, from the Bassin de La Villette to the Parc de la Poudrerie. And why not take your bke with you to come back on the cycle path of the canal ? It is a great opportunity to discover the industrial heritage of the Prisian rivers in a dilightful natural atmosphere.
It’s picnic season along the water! On each Saturday this summer, enjoy a brunch while sailing on the Bassin de la Villette and Canal de l’Ourcq with your family and friends.
L'Eté du Canal summer festival Paris will kick off its 11th edition to a start with Soukmachines and CANAL SOUK on the Port de Loisirs « Leisure Port », in an area called Mobilab located in Parc de la Bergère « Bergère Park » at the water’s edge. How to get there ? don’t miss the four musical cruises !
In the company of Donatien Schramm, an unconditional fan of China and its customs and practices, let yourself guided around the Chinese district of Paris to meet and discover this community. Language: Visit in french only.
Ourcq and Saint-Denis Canals will be the hot-spots for experimental music : two acoustic cruises with artists given free rein to improvise poetic music right in front of you…
Get on board for a romantic cruise starting from Paris Arsenal Marina to the Parc de la Villette to visit the Old Paris.
Embark on a cruise from Bassin de La Villette to Bobigny to discover the beauty of the Ourcq canal: Its street-art frescoes, its urban farming projects. After that, you will be proposed a DIY brunch workshop in parc de la Bergère.
Enjoy a warm and gourmet break and let yourself be surprised by this unique and out of the ordinary cruise that combines the charms of the Saint-Martin Canal, heart of the Parisians’ Paris, and the Seine of the historic Paris. and the Seine of the historic Paris.
Get on board the Pierre-Simon Girard boat for a cruise on the Canal de l’Ourcq from the Parc de La Poudrerie to Paris, at the Bassin de La Villette. And why not come back the other way on your bike ? This cruise is a great opportunity to discover the History of the fluvial heritage of Paris in a delighting natural context.
The international African house of tea, Cape and Cape, specialized in rooibos culture and African teas opens its doors for a convivial moment. Come learn more about the secrets of tea but also taste them!
The ultimate meeting for bargain hunters and vintage lovers! Located in the north of Paris, the flea market Paris Saint-Ouen is the place to be for unusual locations and antique lovers. The place perpetuates the tradition of junk dealers and other art dealers, spread over several markets and streets with an inimitable atmosphere.
Find out about the urban farm Zone Sensible during a guided tour with the chef gardener of the Parti Poétique.
During this guided tour, you will be amazed by the rich architecture, the decoration and the different material used for the construction of the famous Opera Garnier.
The Drancy Shoah Memorial, opened in 2012, is a place of history and education, located opposite the building - Cité de la Muette. Language: Visit in french only.
Galeries Lafayette was founded in Paris in December 1893 by Théophile Bader and Alphonse Kahn. It is today both a giant store and an emblematic monument of the capital with a world-wide reputation and welcoming more than 100,000 visitors every day in a 70,000 m² (753,000 sq ft) building.
The team of the Glazart are planning 5 garden parties during 5 wednesdays of summer between 6 pm and 9 :30 pm at the Jardin 21. You will be able to relax, eat in a green atmosphere before and outdoor screening at the Parc de La Villette.
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.
Gare du Nord is today the 2nd most important station in the world in what concerns passenger traffic. The tour begins with a visit of the building and a travel through time to discover the history of the station and the role it played on the evolution of the area.
Made in Goutte d’Or is a guided visit dedicated to the Goutte d’Or neighborhood in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.
The Museum of Jewish Art and History (mahJ) replaced the Museum of Jewish Art, created in 1948 by survivors of the Shoah. It is housed, since 1998, in Hotel de Saint-Aignan, one of the most beautiful mansions of the Marais neighborhood in Paris. Its great collection features the evolution of the Jewish world.
Enjoy an exceptional tour to follow in your favorite soccer player or rock star’s footsteps and discover the secrets of the Stade de France!
Discover the rich story of the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris...
Gallia, Parisian beer since 1890! Come visit the Gallia beer factory, symbol of Parisian malting renewal, settled in Pantin (Northern Paris) in a former boiler making factory.
Learn the Hindu pantheon gods and the sacred book of the Sikhs while strolling through the parisian area.
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.
Between the towers of La Défense district extends a genuine open air museum. Sixty works of art signed by great modern and contemporary artists come to animate the square.
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.
Designed in the 60’s, the Boeing-747 and the Concorde have become symbols of commercial aviation. This guided tour takes place in the Paris - Le Bourget Air and Space Museum.
Since the first years of the 20th century, behind neons, famous cabarets and mill houses, Montmartre already hosted a rich homosexual life. This visit presents the codes, figures, important places and moments of this other Montmartre, usually unknown.