From the Palais-Royal to the Place de la Concorde, relive the key moments of the French Revolution.
Cradle of Paris, the Ile de la Cité testifies to the power of royal, religious, or judicial power under the Kings of France.
An education and college district, the Latin Quarter preserves admirable medieval buildings.
With its dominant position on the Seine and its sumptuous mansions, the Island of Saint-Louis was in the seventeenth century a privileged living space for the nobility.
From its Cistercian abbey to its literary cafés, the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district bears witness to a thousand years of history.
Montparnasse was the world centre of artistic and intellectual life at the beginning of the twentieth century.
With its dazzling mansions between courtyard and garden, and its rich classical churches, the Marais testifies to the refinement of aristocratic life in the seventeenth century.
The Monceau plain testifies to the power of the great industrialists and bankers under the Second Empire.
New Athens is the cradle of Romanticism and artistic life in Paris in the early nineteenth century.
L'empereur Napoléon 1er a laissé son empreinte dans Paris à travers des monuments à la gloire de ses armées mais aussi en modernisant la ville.