Following the events perpetrated on 13 November in Paris, three days of national mourning have been decreed.
All public gatherings have been banned in Paris and in the inner suburbs until midday on Thursday.
Details and practical information on establishments open and closed:
Museums and cultural sites
As from Wednesday 18 November, all museums and cultural sites will be open.
The Crypte archéologique on the square in front of Notre-Dame is closed for renovation work until 20 December.
Tours at the Stade de France are suspended until 20 November.
Department stores and shopping centres
Department stores and shopping centres are open at the usual times.
Public parks and gardens, theme parks and leisure attractions for children
|Big wheel - Place de la Concorde||Open|
|Champs Elysées Christmas village||Open|
|Zoo de Vincennes||Open|
|Aquarium de Paris||Open|
SNCF national and international trains are running as normal. All metro lines are operating as normal: Only the Oberkampf metro station (lines 5 and 9) is closed to the public, as a security measure. At airports and the Gare du Nord (Eurostar), allow for longer delays due to police checks.
The information points of the Tourist Office are open at the usual times, with the exception of the Anvers office – closed for work and which will reopen on Tuesday – and the Paris Rendez-vous information point, situated at the City Hall, which will reopen on Thursday 19 November.
For all information concerning products and services purchased on our website http://reservation.parisinfo.com, we invite you to contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +318.104.22.168.55.
For more information, please consult the following websites:
Paris Airports: http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/en/homepage
Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/
Paris City Hall: http://www.paris.fr/
Emergency telephone number for tourists: +33 1 45 50 34 60
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