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Paris, France is considered by many to be the most beautiful city in the world. Here is your Guide to the Guides, an emerging showcase of the most popular and useful web sites on visiting and living in Paris and the rest of France.
The Paris Pages is the most comprehensive web site for The City of Light for tourists and Parisians alike. This site has been written about and praised by many publications both in Europe and the United States. This should be everybody's starting place for information on Paris. This web site is bilingual.
Paris User's Guide
Paris User's Guide, a new bilingual web site from the City of Paris Office of Tourism. Easy to use and admission prices to museums, monuments, etc. are provided. This on-line guide is available in paperback form from the tourist information center on the Champs-Elysée.
Fodor's Miniguide to Paris
This web site will provide you with a customized list of hotels and restaurants in Paris. You chose the Parisian district and price range of the hotels and/or restaurants and you'll get an easy to use and carry listing which you can print out. Additionally, you can get general travel tips. This site is English only.
Paris, France via
CityNet offers a collection of hyperlinks that are useful. English only.
This web site has many good tips about Paris including restaurants, transportation and unusual sights by an established travel writer and former Parisian, Alex Polozoff. English only.
Good graphics and useful for tourists and businessmen. This web site is bilingual.
ETE-PIER's Guide to Paris
The European Travel Expert - PIER's walking guide of Paris' most famous landmarks and their history. This outstanding guide with photos will come in real handy if you want to explore Paris by foot. Some practical information is also provided. Caution, this page is over 1 megabyte and takes long to download. The printout is 22 pages. English only.
Maison de la France
This is the official web site of the French Tourist Board. Listing of cultural and sports event, camping and naturism centers, historic sites, business hotels, etc. This web site is bilingual.
We drop into this web site with its interactive map of the regions of France. The home pages of FranceScape and France.com will help North Americans plan their trip to France. This site is bilingual.
Tourism in France
This web site uses frames for easy navigation. Featuring Paris and over a dozen other cites in the Ile-de-France region, this bilingual site is worth your time, surf by.
Télévision Française 1
See what's playing on TV in France today. Check out the live cam of Paris from "La Vue". This site is in French only except for the cam page which is multi-lingual.
This web site features two-, three- and four-star hotels in France. This site is bilingual.
France via the Internet
Links on tourism, travel and accomodations. These sites are in French or English or both.
Allez-vous au Louvre?
The official web site of one of the great museums of art and antiquities. Learn about the history of the palace as well as the layout of the museum and its vast collections. This site is multi-lingual.
The WebMuseum, Paris
This extremely popular art server exists on many web sites around the world. When it comes to quality and quantity this site is a must for every art lover. English only.
My Favorite Sights
Location information of over 60 museums, monuments and palaces in and around Paris in a convenient list format. Visiting hours, entrance fees and Metro stations are also provided. English and French.
Art Museums, Galleries and Clipart
Not all the art is in Paris. Check this page often.
P@riscope, Weekly Magazine
Paris Anglo Magazine
Time Out Magazine
Where Paris Magazine
Lonely Planet -- Destination Paris
Today's Weather in Paris
My Favorite Sites
My Vacation Diary
Fellow Travellers' Web Sites
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