Paris is teeming with places to visit, shows to see, beautiful walks to take. Here are the main cultural places of our district as well as some ideas to discover Paris in an unusual way!

Paris culture


Paris Charms & Secrets

Paris Charms & Secrets offers you the possibility of discovering the Secrets of Paris by traveling in the past thanks to the discovery of places unknown to Parisians themselves. The anecdotes told by your guide will immerse you in the soul of the place.

Paris Charms & Secrets

Le Mur Des Je T’aime

The Wall of I love you, a work imagined by Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito, is an essential place for lovers from all over the world meeting in Paris, capital of romanticism. On this wall are written 311 “I love you” in 250 languages.

Le Mur des Je t’aime
Square des Abbesses
57018 Paris

La Place Du Tertre

Place du Tertre is a very touristy place, a reminder of the time when Montmartre was the center of modern art. Picasso lived there! Every day artists are there to draw your portrait in the form of a caricature. This gives rise to the feeling of strolling through a small village in the countryside.

Place du Tertre
75018 Paris

Le Parc Monceau

Parc Monceau is full of unusual settings. Pyramids, statues of artists or ancient columns blend into the vegetation of this romantic garden. A scene from the movie “Paris Je t’aime” was filmed there.

Parc Monceau
35 boulevard de Courcelles
75008 Paris
+33 (0) 1 42 27 39 56

Le Cimetière Montmartre

The Montmartre Cemetery is one of the most romantic cemeteries in the capital, home to a large number of celebrities from the entertainment world who, for the most part, lived in the Butte Montmartre district. Sacha Guitry, Dalida, François Truffaut, Offenbach and many others sleep there in complete serenity.

Cimetière Montmartre
20 avenue Rachel
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 53 42 36 30

4 Roues Sous 1 Parapluie

Climb aboard the legendary Citroën 2CV car and experience a ride commented by your driver to discover Paris differently!

4 roues sous 1 parapluie

Paris Tuktuk

The metro does not inspire you? Taxis not available? Be original and opt for an eb tuktuk ride! Everything exists in Paris! Your coach can even pick you up at the hotel and take you wherever you want! A truly original way to visit the capital huddled together. The “very Good Trip” formula even offers a visit including a bottle of chilled champagne and flutes!

Paris Tuktuk
+33 (0) 6 27 72 73 92

Promenade En Bateau

What could be more romantic than a walk along the water? Marin d’Eau Douce offers to rent electric and license-free boats by the hour or by the day. Enjoy a stroll on the Canal Saint Martin, the Canal de l’Ourcq and the Bassin de la Villette!

Marin d’Eau Douce


Basilique Du Sacré-Cœur

Located at the top of the Montmartre hill, the Sacré-Coeur basilica is an emblematic monument of Paris offering one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the capital, 130 meters above sea level.

Basilique du Sacré-Cœur
35 rue du Chevalier de la Barre
75018 Paris

Le Moulin De La Galette

The Moulin de la Galette is the only working windmill on the Butte Montmartre. It was once a famous guinguette. Currently integrated on the plot of a private residence, it is no longer accessible to the public.

Le Moulin de la Galette
75 rue Lepic
75018 Paris

L’Opéra Garnier

The Opéra Garnier, famous throughout the world, is to be visited once in a lifetime. Discover its sumptuous atmosphere and its auditorium room immersed in a red velvet atmosphere, overlooked by a huge chandelier painted by Chagall.
Si vous souhaitez assister à un événement (opéra, ballet, récital ou concert), il vous faudra réserver vos places bien à l’avance. La ponctualité est de rigueur et tout retardataire se verra refuser l’accès et ne pourra rentrer qu’à l’entracte.

L’Opéra Garnier
8 rue Scribe
75009 Paris
+33 (0) 1 71 25 24 23

Eglise De La Sainte Trinité

The Church of the Holy Trinity is a Catholic church built between 1861 and 1867. One of the prettiest churches in Paris. Take a look and light a candle for those you love…!

Eglise de la Sainte Trinité
Place d’Estienne d’Orves
75009 Paris

La Madeleine

La Madeleine is both a neighborhood and a church, whose architecture can make you think of a Greek or Roman temple. The interior of this monumental building is just as spectacular. The walls are adorned with incredible works of art. Many musical events are offered there.
Forget the passage of time and enjoy the present moment!

La Madeleine
Place de la Madeleine
75008 Paris


Musée De La Vie Romantique

Housed in a charming private mansion which was the property of the painter Ary Scheffer, this museum presents collections of souvenirs and works of art reminiscent of two great figures of the 19th century: Ary Scheffer himself and the writer George Sand. The main pavilion is dedicated to the daily world of George Sand and, on the other side of the courtyard, is Ary Scheffer’s studio where he worked from 1830 to 1858. life and work of the Romantics, which are regularly enriched by temporary exhibitions. In the gardens, the Le Jardin de Varenne cafeteria provides a very pleasant moment of relaxation on sunny days.

Musée de la Vie Romantique – Hotel Scheffer-Renan
16 rue Chaptal
75009 Pairs
Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM                                                                                                                                                            Closed on certain public holidays

Price : full fare 3€30 – 9 € (temporary exhibitions) – free entrance (Permanent collections)

Musée Du Parfum Fragonard

Arranged on three levels and recently installed at this address in a magnificent late 19th century building, this museum houses 3000 years of the history of perfumery, from antiquity to the present day. A very pleasant moment for sight and smell…

Nouveau Musée du Parfum Fragonard
3-5 square de l’Opéra Louis-Jouvet
75009 Paris
Open from Monday to Saturday from 9 AM to 5.30 PM
+33 (0) 1 40 06 10 09

Musée Gustave Moreau

The painter Gustave Moreau (1826-1898), famous for his allegorical and mythological subjects -Moreau was a master of symbolism-, had his house, located in the heart of New Athens, enlarged to provide it with large workshops, while retaining to the 1st floor apartment its intimate character. Bequeathed to the State, along with the artist’s collections, the complex became a museum in 1902.
Please note: as with all national museums, admission is free on the first Sunday of each month.

Musée Gustave Moreau
14 rue de la Rochefoucauld
75009 Paris
Open on Monday : from 10 AM to 12.30 PM and from Wednesday to Sunday from 12 PM to  5 PM
Price : full fare 5 € – youth rate (-26 years old) 3 €
+33 (0) 1 48 74 38 50

Musée Grévin

This museum was created on the initiative of Arthur Meyer in 1882, almost 50 years after the Tussaud Museum in London, opened by a Strasbourg woman married to an Englishman. This type of museum responded to a real need of the public who wanted to be able to identify the characters of the news, at a time when photography was not yet used in the press. Alfred Grévin, cartoonist, designer of theater costumes and sculptor, seemed to be the ideal person to give shape to the characters.

Open de 10 AM à 6.30 PM
Adult fare : 24,50€, child : 17,50€
+33 (0) 1 47 70 85 05

Le Bal

The ball is an exhibition space linked to the documentary image. A contemporary, rich and varied cultural program.
6, impasse de la Défense
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 44 70 75 50


Paris is full of modern and contemporary art galleries. The 6th arrondissement (the Saint Germain des Prés district) is home to more galleries of furniture, classical art, tribal art or luxury, while contemporary art galleries are concentrated more in the Marais district (3rd arrondissement). Here are some addresses:


Galerie Lara Vincy

Galerie Lara Vincy
47 rue de Seine
75006 Paris
+33 (0) 1 43 26 72 51

Galerie De Vallois

Galerie de Vallois
36, rue de Seine
75006 Paris
+33 (0) 1 46 34 61 07


Galerie Thaddaeus Roppac

Galerie Thaddaeus Roppac
7 rue Debelleyme
75003 Paris
+33 (0) 1 42 72 99 00


The 9th arrondissement is the district of Paris that houses the largest number of theaters in the capital!

Le Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge, Parisian cabaret of the end of the 19th century, reflects at this time the period of the Belle Epoque then at its peak.
Considered the spiritual cradle of the French can-can, it offers a fantastic spectacle to visitors from all over the world. If you are not lucky enough to book your tickets, go after dark to admire the storefront lit up from all sides.

Le Moulin Rouge
82 boulevard de Clichy
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 53 09 82 82

Le Casino De Paris

King of Music Halls Inaugurated in 1880, this prestigious room with an Art Nouveau façade, enhanced with mosaics and glass roofs, was a dazzling success. Logical when you know that its stage hosted the debut of Mistinguett in 1893 but also, in 1919, the first nude number in the history of the music hall! Its golden age saw the greatest parade on its staircase of light in sumptuous “revues”: Joséphine Baker, Maurice Chevalier, Zizi Jeanmaire and Line Renaud. Today, the mythical room hosts the big names in French song and comedy.

Le Casino de Paris
16 rue de Clichy
75009 Paris

Théâtre Mogador

The Mogador Theater is a Parisian theater born in 1919 mainly focused on the performances of operettas. In the 1930s, Mistinguett presented his show “Ça, c’est Parisien”, which was a huge success.
Since 2005, Stage Entertainment has made it a place dedicated to high-profile musicals. Mogador has now become the Parisian counterpart of Broadway theaters.

Théâtre Mogador
25, rue de Mogador
75009 Paris
+33 (0) 1 53 32 32 32
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Le Théâtre De Paris

Many big names, for more than a century, have passed through here: Belmondo, Hossein, Georges Wilson, Alain Delon and Romy Schneider… The management has opened another 300-seat hall called the Petit Théâtre de Paris, which makes it possible to create a closer relationship between spectators and actors.
Le Théâtre de Paris
15 rue Blanche
75009 Paris
+33 (0) 1 48 74 25 37

La Comédie De Paris

La Comédie de Paris is a Parisian theater born in 1929, specializing in humor and located at the foot of the Butte Montmartre.

La Comédie de Paris
42 rue Pierre Fontaine
75009 Paris

La Grande Comédie

To share an evening of relaxation and laughter, nothing beats coming to this warm and friendly theatre. Opened at the beginning of 2006 in Paris, the theater made a very strong start by programming the successful play Le Clan des divorcées.

La Grande Comédie
40 rue de Clichy
75009 Paris
+33 (0) 1 48 74 03 65

La Cigale

Created in 1887, the La Cigale theater is now classified as a historical monument. Depending on the era, this beautiful Italian-style theater took the form of a cabaret welcoming the big names in French song and was converted into a popular cinema in the 1940s. In recent years, it has been hosting rock concerts in particular.

La Cigale
120 boulevard de Rochechouart
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 49 25 89 99

Le Trianon

The Trianon is a Parisian theater and concert hall, passed through many lives since its opening in 1895. The place was frequented by artists, dancers and singers like Mistinguett, La Goulue and the dancer-contortionist Valentin le Désossé .
The spaces that make up the building are a must-see sight: the theatre, the ballroom, the winter garden and the art deco restaurant.

Le Trianon
80 boulevard de Rochechouart
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 44 92 78 00

Bus Palladium

The Bus Palladium is both an American restaurant, a nightclub, a private lounge and a concert hall with 70s decor. An ideal place for rock lovers.

Le Bus Palladium
6 rue Pierre Fontaine
75009 Paris
+33 (0) 1 45 26 80 35


A music hall created in 1894, then a cinema during the Occupation, the Olympia was bought in 1952 by Bruno Coquatrix and taken over on his death in 1979 by his wife. Brassens, Piaf, Joséphine Baker and even Sydney Bechett lend their letters of nobility to this room which, even today, gets along more with recognized stars than with young talents. Ticket prices are commensurate with the stars on the bill, as is the new venue, inaugurated in 1997.

28 boulevard des Capucines
75009 Paris

Ciné 13 Théâtre

Nestled in the heart of the Montmartre hill, a stone’s throw from the Moulin de la Galette and near the Moulin Rouge, the Ciné XIII Théâtre is a dynamic place of creation where theatre, music, dance rub shoulders, mingle and meet… This room designed for lovers even offers armchairs for two! Cocoons to coo in an old decor full of charm created by Claude Lelouch for the filming of the film Edith & Marcel in 1983.

Ciné 13 Théâtre
1 avenue Junot
75018 Paris
+33 (0) 1 42 54 15 12