Paris is famous worldwide for the beauty and the number of its monuments. Towers, churches, palaces, arches, bridges or fountains … this is an extraordinary collection ofbenchmarks for time travel. Paris would not be Paris without the Eiffel Tower, Arc deTriomphe, Notre Dame and Sacred Heart. And every night a special magic takes overthe city when all these wonderful architectures are illuminated! A romantic walk on the Pont Neuf, a shiver to the Catacombs or a touch of the exotic to the Mosque, Paris is also a melting pot of cultures and atmospheres! Unusual or unavoidable, all these monuments will tell the story of a capital of 2 000 years old. Most of the monuments of Paris are open on weekends but close one day a week and some holidays. The majorityof them are open one evening a week at night.
17, rue Jean Colly
Tél : +33 1 45 82 84 84
Fax : +33 1 45 82 88 80
Bus : 27 – 62 – 83;
Metro : M° 14 Olympiades; RER C : Bibliothèque François Mitterrand
Orly Sud : Take the shuttle to the RER line C. In RER C, leave the train at Bibliothèque François Mitterrand station.
Charles de Gaulle : Take the RER line B direction Châtelet, and change there for metro line M° 14 up to Olympiades station.
By highway :Take the ring road and exit Porte d’Italie direction Place d’Italie once there follow the map.