About Paris, it’s Presentation, with the Paris Mayor’s Office (in English)
Visit Paris with the Paris Mayor’s Office (in English)
Rent a Bike In Paris Or Take A Tour
Sightseeing in Paris
Access in Paris – Disabled Travelers
“This well established guidebook was originally published in 1974, and was the first guidebook ever to use the title ‘Access’ referring to access by disabled people. Later editions were published in 1985, 1993 and 2008.
The website includes updated information and is available as a book or can be downloaded in PDF format from the website from June 2008.” Contact Gordon Couch
Wine tours and Sightseeing in France
Britt Karlsson does wine tasting in Paris, has a free monthly newsletter (in English and Swedish) that contains information on her favorite wines, wine shops, links to lots of sites, word lists, etc.
Britt has also launched a program of English language wine tours. Visit BKWine’s tour page for more information.
The newsletter is available in Swedish and English; the website is available in Swedish and English.
Paris on Demand
This blog is animated by a true Parisian. Pierre lives in Montmartre and is happy to share his passion for the city of Light.
Paris and Beyond in France
Paris Restaurants, Hotels & Apartments; Culture, Customs, Books, and Tips: Notes From Our Experiences.
Over the years we have shared many versions of these notes, set out here in six parts (see “Subject List” on right), with Paris-bound friends. Now we will share more broadly.
Two very visited areas in their blog may be of interest to my readers:
One of the most visited parts of our blog is our “12 restaurant tips.” This section is not about specific restaurants (we have another section on our blog for that), but instead, it’s a list of “how to blend in” tips — addressing culture and etiquette, and based on our experiences. Many French friends have told us that they wish all visitors would read this section — maybe this will cause a few Americans to speak less loudly, to the benefit of all of us!
We also have a listing of books about France and the French — this reflects our view that traveling to France is much more enjoyable and interesting if one can at least attempt to understand the society and culture.
–Jake & Maureen (Mo) Dear
Guide to France including regions, towns, places of interest, activities and events. Includes travel information.
Travels with Friends
This is a travel consultation service specializing in European travel run by Steven Hurley. Contact them if you are a private guide and are interested in exposure to your talents.
This website provides worldwide photographs, links to travel guides, cruises, diving, dude ranches, etc. and historical information about cities, etc.
Updated daily, their website features: -Expert travel advice – with classic and unusual destinations, best hotels and restaurants, and not-to-be-missed events -Insider’s information on French culture: art scene, politics, interviews of French personalities -The best of French life and Style: exclusives on fashion and trends, top chef recipes, wine reviews, and much more.
Beth Marlin has launched a new site, part literary, part historical, part informational about Paris. She is the editor-in-chief, and has written all the content. She wants all lovers of Paris to tap into her knowledge and passion for the City of Light. This project is an ongoing labor of love from someone whose heart lives in Paris.
You may well recognize the feelings of Beth in yourself when she says: “Every time I ride my bicycle wearing a skirt, I feel like I’m just a little bit French.”
Hello Paris offers a wide variety of tourist opportunities around Paris for people visiting Paris from the UK : theme parks, famous cabaret shows, cruising on the river Seine, sightseeing tours, museums and places to visit, restaurant bookings and Paris maps. They specialize in inexpensive travel tickets and museum passes for Paris.
French Links Tours
Rachel Kaplan’s French Links Tours based in Paris, specializes in exclusive private tours and corporate events in France and other parts of Europe. They work with over 40 multilingual licensed guides in France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and Germany, as well as premier chauffeur and transportation companies in each market.
Choose a private guided tour from French Links Tours, British Links Tours and European Jewish Tours or let Rachel design a custom private guided tour or tours for you. We offer half-day full-day and multiple-day private tours, including family and “tours for the physically challenged” .
Paris by Paris
Intimate and historical tours of Paris.
Be sure to check out Paris’ website for seasonal, all inclusive tour information and things good to know for your tour. “Are you looking for a dream come true?” then contact Paris Tannish for intimate and historical tours of Paris.
Classic Walks – Paris
English-speaking walking tours of Paris (Da Vinci Code, Montmartre, Latin Quarter, Marais and World War II).
Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
English-speaking bicycle tours of Paris, Versailles and Monet’s Gardens. (I have heard rave reviews about their night bike tour.)
Paris Luxury Tours
If your time is valuable and you don’t have much of it, Paris Luxury Tours sounds like an economical way (in the long run) to make the best use of that time. Paris Luxury Tours offers a private charter jet service as well.
They offer unique, private escorted tours of Paris and France. Personalized service with a broad range of fascinating tour features.