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
With the city opening back up, transport in, within and out of Paris is up and running. We’ve put together all of the new RER maps for your convenience here. We recommend checking timetables in advance as some maintenance is happening on various train lines!
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!
We can take a look back at what used to be, and wait for it to return once more.
Looking from Tuileries Gardens, through the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and to the Louvre in Paris.
Take a look of our other photos for a virtual visit here
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
For this weeks feature, we want to show the incredible Geode Cinema, the outside of this cinema is made up of over 6,000 reflective triangles which reflect the local landscape, meanwhile on the inside it holds one of the largest screens in the world at 1000 meters squared. See more of our photos here