The Bureau offers visitors practical, thematic and complimentary publications, to make them make the most of their stay and inspire them to explore Paris further.
Paris map-guide 2018-2019
The ideal resource for exploring Paris and its region, featuring a detailed map of the capital and its immediate surroundings, a public transport map with the main points of interest, and six pages of practical information. The map-guide is available at all the Visitors Bureau’s information points in 10 languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean).
Paris City Guide 2018-2019
This pocket guide helps you to explore Paris and its surroundings. You plan your stay around not-to-be-missed key sites, near to which are suggested museums, monuments, parks and gardens, and districts … to discover. The French capital is carved up into 7 major districts, including addresses in the Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne, as well of course a chapter on the Île-de-France. The guide also includes a themed section packed with ideas and great addresses on the most in-demand topics from visitors: trips & tours, family outings,gastronomy, shopping, and nightlife. Not forgetting a practical information section with useful tips for your stay.
112 pages, English or French.
Paris Guided Tours and Visits 2018-2019
This bilingual booklet lists interpreter-guides, lecturer-guides and companies specializing in cultural or thematic tours of Paris. On foot, by boat, by sightseeing coach, by bicycle, by air-balloon ... not forgetting ideas for discovering gastronomy, oenology, shopping, behind-the-scenes, etc.
32 pages, French-English
Accessible Paris 2017-2018
This guide makes arriving and staying in Paris easier for people with a disability (physical, visual, hearing or mental). It provides the keys to arriving in Paris by plane, train or car, getting around on private transport or by private transport, sleeping and eating in adapted places, visiting museums and monuments in Paris, outings in the city, and entertainment (theatres, cabarets, cinemas, shopping, theme parks, guided tours on the Seine, etc.) It also suggests a sightseeing itinerary along the Seine adapted for people in wheelchairs that may be undertaken autonomously.
28 pages, French or English.