a quick article about the evolution of our brochures through the years.
40 years after Goscinny’s passing, the Art&History Museum of Judaism presents the first retrospective dedicated to the author of Astérix and Petit Nicolas.
Wallace fountains are public drinking fountains designed by Charles-Auguste Lebourg
Pont des Arts, constructed between 1981 and 1984, is popular for two reasons: it’s pedestrianized and the number of locks it had on it, aka the love locks.
At first view, there is nothing that might connect an Art Brut sculpture by Judith Scott with a Nikisi divination statue from Congo,
14 of July is our national holiday, also called Bastille Day. What should you do on a national holiday? Well, having good fun and also shoot fireworks!
You can now book on our website a cabaret show, Lido or Moulin Rouge, with or without transfer
The ties between Mozart and France were forged during the composer’s lifetime
Our new brochure is finally here !
Welcome to our beautiful city of Paris. Whether you are a newcomer or have travelled here before, there is a lot to learn about the old city of Paris.