Paris is known as one of the most romantic cities in the world. Enjoy a magical Valentine's Day by visiting the French capital with your partner. Discover our selection of activities and experiences to do with your other half on Valentine's Day.
Explore the most famous districts of the French capital with Tootbus. Discover the treasures, secrets and mysteries of Paris with our guided bus tours. Continue your city tour on foot with the new Tootbus app feature: Tootwalk.
Paris is the city of love. The charm of its architecture and its romantic walks give it an exceptional beauty. Every year, thousands of couples come here to enjoy an unforgettable stay. Would you like to discover Paris with your partner? Here are 6 districts not to be missed.
Paris is a top destination for tourists from all over the world throughout the year. Known as the City of Light, the capital offers exceptional views at any time of the day. Nightfall is a unique moment when the flamboyant colours invite us to dream.
Paris has almost 500 green spaces, from small squares to large parks with trees. Almost all the parks and gardens in the capital are free. Pack a picnic and take advantage of the Tootbus tours to get to the main parks in the capital.
When discovering Paris, you can't miss Montmartre. Located in the 18th arrondissement, it is one of the most famous districts of Paris. Find our suggestions for walks in the Montmartre district so as not to miss anything of this place. Follow the guide!
Renowned for its nighttime folies, the Pigalle district is nevertheless a must-see for tourists visiting Paris. Most places, even the hidden ones, can be visited on foot in this neighborhood spanning into the 9th and 18th arrondissements. From the Boulevard de Clichy to the Boulevard de Rochechouart, here are some walking tours to live Pigalle.
On arrival in Paris, tourists who have never previously set foot in the French capital dream only of one thing: admiring the place nicknamed “the Iron Lady”. At over 300 metres high, for more than 40 years after its completion it was the tallest structure ever built. Here are some facts few people know about the Eiffel Tower.
Crossing the Seine, Paris is famous for its bridges: Discover their history and their characteristics. Our beautiful French capital has dozens of bridges over the Seine, 37 to be more precise. There are many others, whether they pass over the canals or over the peripherals or they that still serve as pedestrian footbridges. Each one has its own history and makes the charm of Paris.
Paris Fashion Week returns to the capital from Monday 26 September to Tuesday 4 October 2022. For this occasion, discover the fashion capital on board our Paris Discovery Tour.
New Year's Eve is a time to celebrate with friends and family. What better way to celebrate the arrival of the new year than in the City of Lights? Discover our ideas for outings and marvel at the monuments of the capital on board the Tootbus Christmas Tour.
Take advantage of the Christmas holidays from 17 December 2022 to 03 January 2023 to discover Paris with your family. Visit the capital during the festive season with our Christmas Tour. Experience the magic of Christmas in the City of Light and discover our ideas for outings for you and your kids.
For the end of year celebrations, Paris offers some very beautiful Christmas markets, in an atmosphere conducive to pleasure, discovery and multiple activities. For visitors, it is the ideal time to stroll with the family, do some shopping and discover Paris in a different way.
The Beaujolais Nouveau festival is an unmissable event in the world of wine that attracts more and more followers. Every year, the 3rd Thursday of November marks the arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau on our tables. Thanks to Tootbus, combine cultural visits and wine tasting with the Paris Discovery Tour.
Want to have a scary but fun Halloween party? Paris offers a wide range of activities to do: visits, workshops, festivals, animations and other festivities... Take the opportunity to get on board a Tootbus hop-on hop-off tour to visit Paris.
The Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival returns to Paris from 5 to 9 October for its 89th edition. Discover all the events that will punctuate this new edition: concerts, vineyard visits, workshops, tastings... Take advantage of the Paris by Night tour to admire the Montmartre district at dusk.
The autumn holidays take place from 22 October to 7 November 2022. Take advantage of this period to visit Paris with your family with our Kids Tour. Discover our selection of activities and outings to do with children: guided tours, exhibitions, museums, escape game, etc.
After a two-year absence, the Techno Parade is back in Paris on Saturday 24 September 2022. Discover all the information about the event. Take the opportunity to visit the main monuments of the capital with our Paris Discovery tour.
The European Heritage Days are back for the 39th edition in Paris on 17 and 18 September. Take advantage of the Tootbus tours to visit the capital and visit the various monuments, museums and other remarkable places.
After a long journey through France and some border countries, the Tour de France will finish its race in Paris on 24 July. Take advantage of your stay in the capital to discover the main monuments. Our Paris Discovery tour allows you to explore the city at your own pace.
Bastille Day, the national day of France, is celebrated on 14 July. This symbolic date in the middle of summer is the ideal time to go out and enjoy the many popular demonstrations and festive events: the fireworks, the popular balls or firemen's ball, the military parades...
Paris Plages is back this summer in the capital for its 20th edition. Take advantage of this opportunity to visit Paris at your own pace and discover the city's emblematic sites on board our Paris Discovery tour.
Summer is the perfect time to stroll around, explore new areas, rediscover Paris and enjoy the season's must-see events. Discover our selection of activities to do with your children. Get on board one of our buses to visit the City of Light without getting tired!
You are visiting Paris in June? Take advantage of your trip to discover the city and don't miss the Gay Pride, now called Marche des Fiertés, on 25 June.
Father's Day is coming up and you're looking for ideas to share a family moment in Paris? On 19 June, celebrate your dad by discovering Paris in a panoramic bus or with our selection of unforgettable activities.
Make Music Day returns to Paris for its 40th edition on 21 June 2022. Enjoy this special occasion to visit the capital during the day by panoramic bus thanks to our Paris Discovery tour. Then stroll through the City of Light at dusk, taking advantage of the various activities on offer.
This year, Mother's Day is on Sunday 29 May. Discover the capital of Paris in good company and have a great time with your family. Take advantage of this special occasion to visit Paris in one day by panoramic bus or do unforgettable activities.
Do you want to punctuate your discovery of Paris with festive events this summer? This year is marked by the great return of festivals. Discover the capital's emblematic summer celebrations between music, cinema, humour and culture.
Discover the Tootbus agenda of the main sporting events in Paris this summer: football, boxing, running, tennis, equestrian competition, rugby... Take advantage of the Tootbus tours to get to the various sports venues in the capital.
The Museum Night returns to Paris for its 18th edition on Saturday 14 May 2022. Take advantage of our Paris by Night tour to discover the City of Light at dusk, then head off to the Parisian museums, which are open until midnight for the occasion.
The Easter holidays, also known as spring holidays, take place from 23 April to 9 May 2022. This period is an opportunity to discover many unmissable events in Paris with your family. Guided tours, exhibitions, museums, fairs, Tootbus presents a selection of activities and outings to do with children.
Considered one of the most important cities in Europe and one of the most beautiful in the world, Paris is home to a wealth of monuments. Here is a short summary of the famous buildings and historical sites you should visit if you are in the French capital
Enjoy a colourful February holiday by participating in the 24th edition of the Paris Carnival. We reveal the history of this popular Parisian festival, the theme of the festivities, the dates and the route proposed this year.
Take advantage of february half-term and discover the best of Paris with your family. Are you looking for ideas for outings for you and your children in the capital? Exhibitions, outings, museums, guided tours, we have put together a selection of activities to do with children
Ah, Paris. For centuries, the City of Light has been the dream destination of sweethearts and all those who love French culture and lifestyle. It is widely considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and once there it’s impossible to keep from falling under its spell. The magic of its great historic monuments guarantees you an unforgettable trip through time. Experience the allure of the Haussmann-style buildings, one of the city’s signature characteristics. Delight in the authentic, picturesque atmosphere of the cobblestone streets in Montmartre or the Marais. Enjoy a glass of wine on a balcony overlooking the rooftops. Explore the city by night like Hemingway for a Midnight in Paris-style adventure, losing yourself in ancient times.
Along the banks of the Seine
Walking or cycling
The left bank of the Seine was partially pedestrianised in 2013, and the right bank followed this year. Pedestrians and cyclists can now enjoy trips along both sides of the Seine.
The Arc de Triomphe, at the end of the most beautiful avenue in the world, dominates the skyline of Paris’s 8th arrondissement. At 49 metres (160 feet) high, the biggest arch in the world offers an exceptional viewpoint of the Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower. Learn more about this symbol of the French capital.
The largest Parisian cemetery located in Paris’ arrondissement, is the capital’s cult and ineludible place. More than 60,000 people rest there including many celebrities and historical people. The Père Lachaise cemetery houses the tombs of Molière, Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.
Visiting the capital for 1, 2 or 3 days? Want to make sure you don't miss the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe or Notre Dame Cathedral? Are you planning a shopping spree or a romantic stay? Discover the must-see Paris tours so you don't miss out on any of the City of Light!
Bordered on two sides by Choisy and Ivry avenues and by boulevard Masséna on the third side, the Choisy triangle in the 13th arrondissement of Paris is home to a large Asian community. For shops, restaurants, or just a walk, experience the unmissable sights of Chinatown.
Paris sometimes looks a little like Swiss cheese. Between the metro, the sewers and other tunnels, the capital city seems to have several different levels. In fact, the entire southern part of the city is crisscrossed by a very specific underground network that is known throughout the world as the Paris Catacombs. These former quarries were transformed into a municipal ossuary in the 19th century, and is quite a fascinating network of tunnels filled with skeletons and skulls! Learn all there is to know about visiting the Paris Catacombs.
We’ve already done a general guide to nights out in the Latin district. Of course, it goes without saying that there are also other places you can go to enjoy an evening out in Paris. Today, we’re taking a look at Oberkampf and République, which as well as being one of Paris’s liveliest areas are particularly well-known for their various bars. So get ready to discover what you can expect to find in the evenings in and around Oberkampf and République.
History of the cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has had a long history and has seen many changes over the years. Construction work began in 1163 and wasn’t completed until 1345. The two centuries it took to construct partially explain why its architecture is so varied. It features all the Gothic styles, from early to rayonnant.
The world's largest art museum was opened in 1793. It offers visitors a collection of almost 460,000 paintings and sculptures over an area of over 7,000 m2. Located in the heart of the capital, it is visited by more than 7,000,000 tourists every year.
One of the most iconic monuments of Paris, the Basilica of Sacré-Cœur sits at the top of Montmartre.
Get some height! Marvel at the Seine, Notre-Dame or the Eiffel Tower from the upper deck of our open-air, double-story buses. Breathtaking views guaranteed! With a single Pass, hop-on and off wherever and whenever you like, from our Paris Iconic Blue Route.
Located in the heart of Paris on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, the Grand Palais is an iconic monument of Paris. Built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900 and dedicated “by the French Republic to the glory of French art”, it was designated as a historic monument in 2000.