This virtual conference about Haussmann tells you the new face of Paris in the 1850's.
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.
Come and have an Apéro on the rooftop of Folie des Merveilles of the Parc de La Villette and visit the Fablab of Villette Makerz. Then, enjoy a screening of Gattaca with a plaid and a deckchair during the outdoor cinema festival of La Villette.
Less known than Notre-Dame de Paris or Sacré-Cœur, Saint-Denis Cathedral is nevertheless a major Parisian landmark. Our English speaking guide will take you on a trip through the History of French royalty, funeral art and Gothic architecture in a chronological order.
Taste La Bigoudène’s best crêpes and listen to « Mother» a music répertoire specifically created by Rufus and Martha Wainwright for the Basilica of Saint-Denis, all that in the same evening!
Don’t restrict your thirst of art: In the same evening, discover the collections of the Art and History Museum of Saint-Denis, then go to the Basilica of Saint-Denis for a cinematic concert of the greatest movie musics, conducted by Renaud Capuçon.
What could be better than a pancake just before a concert? Don’t miss this opportunity to taste La Bigoudène’s best crêpes and to listen to the great Resurrection of Malher by Mying-Whun Chung in the Basilica of Saint-Denis, all that in the same evening!
In the company of a few other people, the shepherds from the Clinamen organization and sheeps (of course !), you will walk from one sheepfold to the other, from Villetaneuse to La Courneuve.
Discover the history and culture of graffiti in the 20th arrondissement of Paris in Belleville and Ménilmontant, two popular neighborhoods made for urban and artistic expression.
This videoconference offers you to discover the history and culture of graffiti in the 20th arrondissement of Paris in Belleville and Ménilmontant, two popular neighborhoods made for urban and artistic expression.
Discover the history of this authentic Parisian building with its architecture and its amazing decoration of the 1920’s during a guided visit!
Discover Nouvelle Athènes, a neo classical quarter of Paris. A lot of people know Montmartre and its hill, Pigalle and its neon lights, but rare are those who took the time to explore this part of the 9th arrondissement of Paris extending from place Pigalle to the Notre Dame de Lorette Church.
Travel in the heart of the « sunrise empire » and learn all the secrets of this animated district of Sainte Anne, not far from the Garnier Opera.
Embark on a cruise out of the ordinary : La Sirène, the harmonic orchestra of Paris is inviting you to a concert on the theme of water, interpreted by 35 musicians with many different musical influences. You will disembark at the leisure port (Port de loisirs) of Eté du Canal, where La Sirène will propose a second concert with the whole orchestra.
The museum of art and history of Saint-Denis is located in a former Carmelite convent built in the XVIIth century. This remarquable place presents various and unique collections.
From Télégraphe to the Buttes Chaumont, the 19th arrondissement is probably one of the most popular neighborhoods of Paris.
Discover an atypical architectural heritage along the Ourcq canal with Patrick Bezzolato, architect, historian and photographer.
Climb up the arch of the Parisian Wall Street to discover a new perception of the city. You’ll see the historical axe of Paris that goes passed the jardin des Tuileries, the Mont Valérien, the new Paris Arena of La Defense. It is an ideal visit to have a 360° view of the Parisian west.
Take part in a guided walking tour along canal Saint-Martin. You will walk all around the canal crossing from one bank to the other taking in some neighbouring streets along the way…
Discover agriculture in Seine-Saint-Denis, a mix between tradition and modernity…
You’ll learn more about craft beer during the tour of this brewery located in Saint-Denis.
Like every sumptuous and famous places, the Palais Garnier of Paris has its mysteries, myths and incredible stories.
A district doesn’t come out of nowhere : Discover the History of the Goutte d’Or, its urbanization and its gradual integration in Paris « intra-muros » (within Paris itself). You will learn about the different immigration waves as much as about the fauna and flora of the gardens and green spaces. It’s easy : just watch the sky and you’ll find all kinds of birds !
This walking tour is proposed by the Museum of Jewish Art and History replaced the Museum of Jewish Art, created in 1948 by survivors of the Shoah.
Urban agriculture with social, economic and ecological benefits, is possible ! The association « Paysan urbain », an urban agro-ecological farm settled in Romainville since July 2015,actor of the fresh new urban farming phenomenon is economically viable and socially responsible.