There are many ways to discover or rediscover Paris including remarkable buildings and contemporary architecture, guided visits of sites undergoing development, themed trails and bus tours.
Each guide is available to passengers for free and presents around fifteen contemporary buildings, not-to-be-missed or unknown architecture, monumental buildings or structures used in day-to-day life.
Designed for all users of public transport, tourists or even those that just love Paris or architecture, the ARCHI-BUS collection aims to promote contemporary Parisian heritage and to encourage the use of public transport as an “enjoyable mode of transport” complementing modes that are environmentally friendly.
Archi-bus line 52
La Piscine Molitor, la Maison de la Radio, le Drugstore Publicis, la Maison Prunier...
Archi-bus line 64
Le Théâtre de la Colline, la Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir, les Olympiades...
Archi-bus line 88
L'Hôpital Georges Pompidou, le Parc André-Citroên, la Médiathèque Marguerite Yourcenar...
Archi-bus line 95
Le Kiosque des noctambules, la Tour Montparnasse, la Pyramide du Louvre...
Archi-bus line 96
La Maison européenne de la Photographie, le Cirque d'Hiver, la Maison des Métallos, l'Hôpital Robert Debré...
Archi-bus la traverse Ney-Flandre
Les entrepôts Calberson, le 104, les Jardins d'Éole, la ZAC Pajol, les Orgues de Flandre...
Archi-tram line T3
Le Siège de France Télévision, La Cité internationale universitaire, le Stade Charléty...
Archi-métro line 6
La Maison de la Culture du Japon, le Front de Seine, Le Monde, Le Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, le Ministère de l'Économie...
ARCHITECTURE DE COLLECTION
Architecture de Collection invites you to discover the most remarkable buildings and houses of the 20th and 21st centuries through architectural visits commentated by two art historians, Delphine Albouker and Hélène Sardou.
LES PROMENADES URBAINES
The Les Promenades Urbaines association invites the public to explore places that are undergoing transformation, neglected sites as well as already explored sites. It consists of taking places where there is something at stake for the city and participating in the construction of a new appreciation of the urban space by promoting encounters and dialogue between participants. Key figures in the town, experts, residents and walkers engage in a shared project of giving an area a new look.
GUIDING ARCHITECTURE PARIS
Guided tours of architecture in Paris designed for groups but that can also be adapted for individual visits, lasting for from one and a half hours to excursions for a few days. The visits are based on five “classic” itineraries with established routes: Paris Seine, Paris the Museums, Paris Le Corbusier, Paris La Defense and Paris Left Bank. Guiding Architecture builds on these itineraries to personalize your visit and coordinate it based on your needs and time available.