Paris is world-renowned for its culture, art, fashion, architecture and gastronomy.
Known as the ‘City of Light’, the capital city of France has inspired artists and innovators throughout the ages. Impressive cultural landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum and the Arc du Triomphe.
Paris also consistently tops the list of best Congress destinations. The city was recently declared as “the world’s leading city for hosting international congresses” by The International Congress and Convention Association.
To make the most of your time in Paris, FIGO has arranged a 10% discount on tickets for top attractions on the Paris Tourist Office website. Delegates can use discount code PARIS23 at checkout. Experiences include guided walks, cruises along the River Seine and culinary experiences. For any questions about tour options, please contact BilletterieBtoB@parisjetaime.com
Join a circus-themed run through the historical monuments of Paris with 20 live orchestras playing throughout the course. Find out more details and sign up here.
Arc de Triomphe
At 60 metres above sea level, the Arc de Triomphe offers one of the most beautiful views of the capital city and is an iconic symbol of French national identity.
Built to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the French Revolution, the construction of the Eiffel Tower was a defining moment of the industrial era and a demonstration of French engineering.
The Louvre is the world’s largest art museum that houses more than half a million works, including Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa painting and a trove of history from the seventh century BC to the mid-19th century.
Luxembourg Gardens is a charming oasis in the heart of Paris and the perfect place to unwind and soak up the Parisian atmosphere. With 55 acres of manicured gardens, you can admire the beautifully arranged flower beds and the grand Luxembourg Palace which overlooks the gardens.
With its stunning stained-glass windows, the Sainte-Chapelle is one of Paris’ most magical sights and a gem of Gothic architecture.
Running through the heart of Paris, you can browse the market stalls along the banks of the Seine river or simply enjoy the views from its many beautiful bridges.
This opulent 19th-century opera house is known for its amazing performances by the Paris Opera Ballet.
Perched 130 meters at the top of the Montmartre hill, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre does not go unnoticed. Some 300 spiralling steps lead you to the basilica’s dome, which affords one of Paris’ most spectacular panoramas.
For more information on what to do during your stay in Paris, visit the Paris Touristic Office official website.