Explore Paris for unique tours of the Greater Paris

Published by Sponsorisé · Published on 31 July 2020 at 11h59 · Updated on 31 July 2020 at 14h11
How about a unique guided tour of the Greater Paris? If you like street art, architecture, contemporary art, nature or even just cosmopolitan city, you will find the outing in the Greater Paris meeting your expectations on Explore Paris, the website launched by the Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris in partnership with other Ile-de-France departments (92, 93, 94).

This summer, go and visit the Greater Paris: the Saint-Denis Basilica, the Château de Vincennes or the Musée départemental Albert Khan and hundreds of unknown places yet a few kilometers from Paris are expecting us.

They are gathered on Explore Paris* - the website launched by the Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris and other departments in Ile-de-France. All in all, hundreds of experiences to enjoy daily in the Greater Paris: tours, walks, workshops, cruises… to discover the diversity of the region.

You do not want to miss the tour of the Conservatoire Citroën in Aulnays-sous-Bois, the open farm in Saint-Denis, a tasty walk in Indian cuisine. These places will surprise you and delight children: a true discovery of life in Paris and around!

And because Explore Paris is an institutional website, there are exclusive offers you do not want to miss such as the discovery of places usually closed to the public. You can visit the upcoming Olympic village, Orly airport runways, and the new Paris court of justice. Enjoy some secret places in town.

Over 600 hidden places, quirky monuments and cultural experiences await you all, as many journeys a few kilometers from the city center of Paris. And some tours are free of charge and open with a Navigo pass!

* #ExploreParis is the outcome of collaborative work between Paris tourism players as part of a destination contract: the Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris, the Département des Hauts-de-Seine, the Comité départemental du tourisme de Seine-Saint-Denis, the Comité départemental du tourisme du Val-de-Marne, la RATP, thee Welcome City Lab, the IREST and Atout France. 

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