- What’s On Now
- How to Find What’s On
- Miscellaneous Entertainment
- Shows, Theatre, Comedy, Circus
For a good dinner, use the Michelin Guide 2012, you can never go wrong with that.
For a view, I recommend the Concorde Lafayette Hotel - Click on their photos and you will see what I mean.
Of course, if you would rather eat at the Eiffel Tower, lunch is a great time (58 Tour Eiffel or Jules Verne), because you can see the surrounding area. Here are few suggestions for Terrace and View Restaurants .
You evening venue is wide open – opera? ballet? theatre? Bastille is a hopping area along rue de Lappe, Charonne, Roquette.
For things to do, visit the Paris Mayor’s office page in English.
If you want to discover Paris with different themes or if they have a made-in-Paris movie they like, how about the Paris Mayor’s Office walking tour page:
Question came in from a reader about walking tour maps. Here are a couple of suggestions: The Paris Tourist Office, Metro Pyramides offers walking tour maps to. Another place for walking tour maps is the The Paris Mayor’s Website from movie walks to following a trail of the middle ages!
For special events, I recommend picking up the latest copy of l’Officiel des spectacles (35 cents) at a news stand or look at “How to Find What’s On” for ideas and tickets. The “Ticketac” Website mentioned has discount tickets and their site is available in English.