The Paris Tram line T9 has been completed and opened this month, for those essential workers that require an extra transport option in the city. Learn more and check the timetables here
After multiples enquiries we can confirm that the Paris bus lines 134 and 334 are no longer running as these have been merged into the bus line 234.
Information, timetables and route for the new bus line 234 can be found here
This year, Les Invalides is celebrating 350 years. With the Tomb of Napoleon I, and multiple museums within to explore, this location is also worth admiring the outside architecture too with the Eglise du Dome and courtyard with historical cannons.
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Joan of Arc, also known as Jeanne d’Arc, is a heroine of France and a Catholic Saint for her actions during the Hundred Years War. This gilded equestrian statue stands in Paris in her memory and honour, holding a flag high as she entered battle. With this being located outside at Place des Pyramides you can keep safe and social distance while admiring this incredible piece of art.
Did you know that in Paris there are numerous free drinking water fountains as you travel the city – even those which supply free sparkling water. Make sure to bring your own bottle to top up and find where they are with our map
The Petit Palais is another museum open with safety precautions, here you can find and admire the current temporary exhibitions of the Golden age of Danish painting and Masterpieces from the Prat collection. See more here
Another place accepting pre-booked visitors is Cite des Sciences, a fun museum for all, based around science and industry, featuring exhibits from a Planetarium, space and sound through to light exhibitions, plus an aquarium and more. Learn what else is on offer and see a building plan here
Many of the river cruises in Paris are now up and running again with added safety measures. They allow you to take in the incredible sights of Paris from a completely new and relaxing view. You can see more via here
We are showing some of the now open unique locations in Paris, starting with Galeries d’Anatomie Comparee et de Paleontologie – holding everything from dinosaur skeletons to plant fossils that you can discover within. Learn more here