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
The famed Louvre Museum opens up once more on Monday, with numerous exhibitions to explore. Bookings must be placed in advance and face masks are mandatory. If you can’t visit at this time, you can still appreciate the architecture and features outside with our photos
As Paris opens up a bit more, the Eiffel Tower is set to see its first visitors again from tomorrow.
Access via stairs, and in a weeks’ time the lift access will be allowed too.
Please keep in mind it is compulsory to use face masks and maintain social distancing.
If you are not one of the lucky first few to visit this landmark on re-open date, take a look atour photos to fill the gap!
As the Coronavirus situation develops, the EUtouring Team are trying to give the best information we can about the active situation in Paris, and France, see more. For everyone, we wish you the best of health, and fast recoveries for those affected
With the latest news from Coronavirus, the French Government has banned public gatherings of more than 1,000 people.
This has affected multiple events, museums etc. Including: Louvre Museum, Cite des Sciences, Opera Bastille, the France v Ireland IV nations and Paris Half-marathon to name a few.
Please check out the following site for further information on cancellations or postponed dates. https://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/info/guides/info-disruption-paris