Ideas for walks in Paris

Mythical, trendy, popular, unusual … Paris has many aspects to reveal in the course of a variety of itineraries
This lively district at the foot of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica also has quiet streets, secret gardens and cabarets
Paris’s Marais district is perfect for exploring on foot
Uncover the treasures of this lively area: theatres, show venues, covered passages, unusual museums and more.
Visit one of the oldest districts in Paris … gardens, university faculties, monuments and Roman vestiges

Royal palaces, magnificent gardens,outstanding museums, a triumphal arch ... discover this unique perspective!

Superb museums, spectacular buildings, beautiful gardens and architectural treasures await you on this walk.
Discover the rich heritage of this area – its history, art and architecture, fashion – and some anecdotes
This village-like district with its mix of culture and heritage, right in the centre of Paris, is well worth discovering.
The 17th’s many attractions include beautiful parks and townhouses, architectural oddities and an eco-district.
Vibrant waterfronts, spacious parks, street art and culture – enjoy a leisurely stroll in this unique cityscape
Discover the birthplace of Romanticism at the heart of the 9th arrondissement from Pigalle to Notre-Dame de Lorette.
A discovery tour of the loveliest Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture in the west of Paris.
From Les Halles to Beaubourg, from Rue Montorgueil to the Quais de Seine, walk around Paris’s oldest district.
Stunning views, cobbled streets, tucked-away squares … discover a little-known side of Paris’s 18th arrondissement
The Bercy district is an intriguing mix of tradition and innovation, green spaces and cultural venues.
Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Viaduc des Arts and the Marché d’Aligre showcase Paris’s craft heritage.
Beginning in Bastille, the ‘Coulée Verte’ walkway winds its way to the Porte Dorée near the Bois de Vincennes
Covering an area of 995 hectares, the Bois de Vincennes is perfect for cycling. Set off from the Porte Dorée!
Stroll through the leafy, picturesque lanes of the Butte-aux-Cailles, ‘Little Alsace’, the Cité Florale ...
Spotlight on the huge murals that have transformed the 13th arrondissement into an open-air museum
Explore a new district that mixes incredible buildings, repurposed factories and digital technology
Pernety, Petit Montrouge, Village d'Orléans…Discover the delightful districts that make up the 14th
From Port Royal to Montparnasse, the 14th arrondissement is the ideal place to explore the different periods of architectural creativity that have swept through Paris.
Follow the guide and you’ll trace the very lively and creative footsteps of the 'Montparnos'.
Direction Senegal, Mali, the Congo… a stroll through the streets, market and cultural spots of the Goutte d'Or!
You will see quaint villages, row houses and beautiful views in the course of this walk.
Discover the provincial charm of this former suburb – its cobbled streets, green spaces, and typical bistros
Museums, architect-designed houses, gardens and amusement parks: see what western Paris has to offer
With its cedars, oaks, planes and ginkgo biloba trees, the Bois de Boulogne offers a country cycle ride in the west of Paris! Join us at the Arc de Triomphe for the start of the ride.
Retrace the steps of well-known figures past and present on a walk through the heart of Montmartre.
Discover majestic Paris – the Opera, the grands magasins department stores, and elegant private mansions
No visit to the Père-Lachaise cemetery in the eastern part of the city is quite the same.
Admire the architectural gems that line the river and enjoy a stroll along recent waterfront developments.
Saint-Ambroise church, Place de la Nation, Palais de la Femme … an historical and unusual discovery tour of the 11th
Cobbled streets, a medieval church, secret parks, and kitchen gardens – hilly Charonne is full of hidden gems
Architectural masterpieces, green settings and plant-filled alleyways are uncovered on a bucolic walk.
Artists, philosophers, scientists … Discover places associated with famous women of the past and present
An unusual stroll in eastern Paris, through hidden courtyards and passages, havens of peace with bucolic charm.
A walk through the villages of the 11th arrondissement, made up of squares, bars and shops.
The Château de Vincennes, the Viaduc des Arts, Bercy Village... Discover Paris as you have never seen it
A stroll through Paris during the French Revolution with Assassin’s Creed

The Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, the Invalides, Pont Alexandre III: a walk with extravagance as the theme

Explore this pretty corner of Paris, home to the Sacré-Cœur, the funicular, famous squares and even a vineyard.

Whether you’re a fan of news stories, ghosts or mysteries, here is a thoroughly spine-chilling tour.
Go on Paris, freak me out!

Disabled Congress - Tourism and leisure

Accessible outings via the Seine riverbanks

Accessible itineraries for wheelchair users via the banks of the Seine to discover Paris and its monuments.
Île de la Cité, Île Saint-Louis … islands in Paris are special places not to miss.
Are you a fan of series? Paris can boast beeing the backdrop for many film shoots.
Here’s where to find the main locations in the series and see Paris through Emily Cooper’s eyes!
Follow the footsteps of the teenage female superhero through Paris’s gardens, museums, monuments and fountains
A stroll through the hit series of the new season, with Omar Sy

There’s far more than just the Eiffel Tower. Paris and its surroundings boast many works by Gustave Eiffel.

There are many places in and around Paris that still bear the hallmarks of the First Empire. (Re)discover them by following the guide.