From wine tasting to water skiing, Paris provides countless activities to suit the interests of every visitor. Book yourself onto a river cruise and enjoy a delicious meal as you take a leisurely cruise down the Seine and take in the surroundings of the city. Keep active on an educational walking tour, rent a bike and cycle past the iconic sights or hike in the nearby countryside.
Originally opening over 130 years ago in 1889, the Moulin Rouge in Paris is the spiritual home of cabaret, so there is nowhere more fitting to enjoy this classical form of entertainment than in this very building. The venue is the birthplace of the famous can-can dance…READ MORE
For those travelling to Paris with their family, Disneyland Paris is a must-visit attraction. The highly celebrated theme parks are loved around the world, appealing to travellers of all ages and interests, from kids looking to get a selfie with their cartoon heroes to thrill-seekers…READ MORE
Often used as the symbol of France, the Eiffel Tower is the country’s most famous landmark and is the most-visited paid monument in the world, attracting just short of seven million visitors in 2015.READ MORE
There is a host of hiking and walking trails to explore when in Paris, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned rambler. So, don’t think you can’t enjoy climbing up the gorgeous landscapes this capital city has to offer if you haven’t been hiking before; that’s what specialised tours and guides are for.READ MORE
Located in the central public park of Parc André Citroën, Le Ballon de Paris Generali is a huge helium balloon which gives you a breathtaking aerial view of the city. Gently rising from the floor to the sky, the tethered balloon allows you to see Paris as you’ve never seen it before.READ MORE
During a holiday to Paris, you can expect so much more than historical monuments and tasty, flaky pastries. In fact, water activities can be found in abundance here and water skiing is a popular pastime for adventurous travellers looking to skim the glittering waters of the Seine.READ MORE