Paris is a Walker’s Paradise

Your little home is so centrally located, you are within walking distance of most major sites.
The surface area of Paris is smaller than that of London or New York.  
You can walk the entire City from East to West in about 1 hour 30 minutes, and from North to South in the same amount of time.

* Wear comfortable shoes !

From Your Door To:
Jardin des Plantes : 3 minutes
The Panthéon : 5 minutes
The Seine and Notre Dame de Paris : 10 minutes
Cluny Museum : about 10 minutes
Saint-Germain des Près : about 20 minutes
The Marais : about 20 minutes
The Louvre : 30 – 35 minutes
Palais Royal : 35 minutes
Tuileries : 35 minutes
Arc de Triomphe : 45 minutes
Eiffel Tower : 45 – 50 minutes

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A pied
Walking Tour in the rain
Walking Tour in the rain

A walking tour is a great way to experience Paris – without getting lost!
There are many free walking tours offered, as well as paying tours.
The guides are knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and the groups are small.

Here are few walking tours to get you started:
Paris Info free guided tours and walks in Paris
Discover Walks

Other modes of Transport:
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Girl on a red bike
Red bicycle girl
Scooters color Odeon
Tricolor scooters
Place Contrescarpe Tuk-Tuk
Tuk-tuk Place de la Contrescarpe

A weekly guide to Ile de France

With the abundance of guide books on the market today, you are never at a loss for things to do in Paris. The dilemma is weeding through the mass of information available.

We have found « Sortir A Paris » – a weekly guide to Ile de France – to be a useful source for up-to-date recommendations of things to do and see in and around Paris, for locals and visitors alike. Plus, this handy guide is available in English!

Check it here:

Information on museum exhibits, concerts, food, soirées, special events and festivals, flea markets, etc…  

Enjoy planning your stay with the help of this simple and concise online guide book.