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Discover Paris from its heights, follow the film trails and the enjoy the city with the Heritage Strolls !

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Berges de Seine - inauguration

Discover the new, improved banks of the Seine, with 2.3 km of renovated quaysides between the Pont Royal and the Pont d'Alma. A haven of sunny terraces, floating gardens, games for children, an athletics track and a gigantic set of steps leading down to the Seine. Admission is free!

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Passage du grand cerf

The covered passages developed in the capital over a period of only sixty years or so, between the late 18th century and the mid-19th century. Each passage has its own special character but they have one thing in common: they are all private roads.

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The singer Dalida died during the night of 2 to 3 May 1987. This is a look back at an exceptional journey from the banks of the Nile to the heights of Montmartre, where her former house, her grave and the square named after her still attract a large number of fans. This is a Parisian walk!

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Albert Camus

Author, journalist, dramatist, Nobel Prize winner… Albert Camus first arrived in Paris in 1940. Discover the city as this great humanist and philosopher knew it.

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Edith Piaf

The black-clad figure of Edith Piaf touched the whole of Paris. Her songs and voice still move us deeply. Walk in the footsteps of the “Môme” (Kid).

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Les hauteurs du Sacré Coeur

From the Eiffel Tower to the heights of Buttes Chaumont Park, contemplate Paris from a different angle. It is an original way of discovering the capital. This is our selection of unmissable heights!

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The Paris Heritage Strolls

Enjoy Paris with the Heritage Strolls. Articles written especially for amateurs of Paris like yourself who know the best way to explore the city is on foot.

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Hugo Cabret is Martin Scorsese's first film in 3-D. It stars Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Asa Butterfield and Chloe Moretz. The film tells the tale of an orphan boy, living a secret life in the walls of a Paris train station. Follow the film trail.

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Visit the Paris sewer system

This is an offbeat underground tour: the Paris sewers, built in the 19th century, can be visited all year round by the Pont de l’Alma.

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For the release of the animated film “A Monster in Paris”, we offer you a walk around Paris to visit the shooting locations which formed the backdrop to the film. Available in English and French.

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To mark the launch of the website, discover Paris with our selection of unusual workshops and walks!

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Minuit à Paris de Woody Allen

Screened at the last Cannes Festival, "Midnight in Paris", the new Woody Allen film, allows spectators to discover the capital through the eyes of the famous New York director. Download a “Film Trail” dedicated to the locations in the film. Free of charge.

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Adèle Blanc-Sec / Louise Bourgoin

Paris, 1912 : meet Adèle Blanc-Sec, a fearless young journalist who’ll stop at nothing to get to the bottom of a mystery – even if it means turning up in Egypt and battling with mummies that come back to life. "The extraodinary adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec", a movie directed by Luc Besson.

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This is the strange but funny story of a songwriter who kept needling France. Follow the Paris film trail Gainsbourg in English and French version. Free.

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