How to access the Wi-Fi free of charge in Paris
More than 250 public places in Paris (gardens, libraries, town halls, etc.) have free Wi-Fi access. Find out how to use this service provided by the City of Paris.
Wi-Fi is available to everyone in over 250 public places in Paris . Parks, gardens, district town halls, libraries and museums in the City of Paris have this facility.
How to connect to Paris Wi-Fi
The service can be accessed in French; find out below how to do it so you don’t lose your way.
1. Where to connect?
Municipal buildings equipped with Wi-Fi access have an easily identifiable sign.
Find the Paris Wi-Fi sign with the Paris Wi-Fi logo. This means that you are in a Paris Wi-Fi zone.
Map of Wi-fi locations
2. Turn on your laptop, PDA or mobile and select the ORANGE Wi-Fi network
3. Open your usual Internet browser and enter any website address. You will be automatically redirected to the access portal.
Once you are on the service home page, click on “SELECT YOUR PASS”
5. The home page of the Paris Wi-Fi access portal will reload. An internet connection confirmation message will appear, together with the remaining session time. Please leave this window open, as it tells you the remaining connection time. Each session lasts 2 hours. You can reconnect without any special conditions by repeating this connection process.
6. You can surf the Internet freely, send and receive emails, etc.
For help with configuration or to notify the malfunction of a Paris Wi-Fi terminal, call: 0 810 555 421 (cost of a local call from a France Télécom landline).
Consult the Paris Wi-Fi user instructions in PDF format (in French)
All about Paris Wi-Fi (in French)