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Paris Way 

Exploring Paris doesn’t get any more effortless than this.

What to See in Paris?

Paris Way is a remarkable 20km walking loop that guides you through the major central sights, scenic river locations and notable spots you may not discover otherwise, all the while ensuring you never get lost. With the Waytrails Paris city trail, you can maximize your time, relax knowing your planning is all sorted and experience the best of Paris. From suggested bistros and brasseries to landmarks and charming side streets, with Waytrails you can have it all conveniently on your smartphone. 

Ideal for weekenders, families, first-timers, students, runners or walkers!

Only have 24hrs in Paris? Paris Way is your perfect guide.

Exploring the City of Light

Download the Waytrails app to get the Paris Way and then simply follow the checkpoints to uncover a the significant sites, people and events that have shaped this magical city. 

Your checkpoints include:

Arc de Triomphe

Champs d'Elysée

Harry’s Bar

Hôtel des Invalides

Jardin du Luxembourg

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Place de la Concorde

Place Vendôme

Saint Germain des Prés

The Deportation Memorial

The Eiffel Tower

The Louvre

The Rodin Museum

How Do I Start?

Download and subscribe to Waytrails on Google Play or the App Store where you will get access to the official Paris Way, where to go, what you'll see and how to begin. It's as simple as that!

Accommodation - Where to stay in Paris

The Waytrails app lists suggested hotels in Paris and you can book them using the in-app booking system. You can access Paris Way from any direction with multiple travel hubs and join the trail at any point. We would suggest you start and end at Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Difficulty and terrain

Throughout your walk in Paris it is generally flat with well-maintained pavements. We advise appropriate footwear for comfort.

When to visit Paris

The best time to visit Paris depends on personal preferences. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) offer mild weather and smaller crowds. This is ideal for museums. Summer (June & July) is popular and can be crowded but the weather is good. Winter (December to February) offers the fewest crowds and lower hotel rates.

*Please note: In August, major attractions in Paris will generally be open, but it is the primary month for French holidays. While you may experience less traffic and a more enjoyable atmosphere, some restaurants in quieter areas may be closed.

Download the Waytrails App today and automatically get the Paris Way as soon as it goes live.