Paris Map

Guide &map of Paris Attractions with 360 Panoramas

Photo By Peter Watts


Paris Map - Paris visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Paris Map' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Paris.

Welcome to our guide and map of the attractions of Paris, showing the major sights, historic buildings and places of interest with 360° panoramas. Paris, the capital of France, is one of the most visited cites in Europe, and it is easy to see why. Full of classical architecture, some of the most famous attractions in the world (like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre Dame to name but 3), Paris has something for everyone. And that is before you start exploring the restaurants and theatres.

This Paris attraction guide shows many of the sights and attractions of Paris linked to an interactive map in a unique way. Markers on the Paris map show the locations of the various sights. Beautiful 360° panoramas allow you to truly see what the places look like, accompanied by local and travel information helping you to plan and get the most out of your visit. The panoramas have been taken by numerous photographers in an independent manner, showing both the famous attractions and those tucked away.

As the panoramas are linked to a Google map, it can be viewed either as a street map of Paris, or changed to show highly detailed satellite images of the city. A hybrid version overlays the road map of Paris onto the satellite image. Entrance to many of these top attractions is FREE with the Paris Pass

Paris - Other Local Links

  • There are hundreds of hotels in Paris suitable for all budgets and tastes from budget hotels, through to high end luxury hotels with all the services you could wish for.
  • Apartments offer many advantages over hotels. You can cook for yourself, mingle with the locals and relax in your own private corner of the city. So why not consider a Paris apartment on your next visit?.
  • A full list of the panoramas linked to this Paris map is given on the Paris Panorama Index.


Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau
25 rue des Pyramides
75001 Paris

Montmartre Tourist Office
21, place du Tertre
75018 Paris

Gare du Nord Tourist Information Office
18, rue de Dunkerque
75010 Paris
“Welcome kiosk” beneath the glass
roof, in the Ile-de-France zone.

Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris
Main Office of the Paris Tourist & Convention Bureau:
127, avenue des Champs Elysées (8th arrondissement)
Métro: Charles-de-Gaulle–Etoile, George V
Tel. 08 36 68 31 12
Web: paris-touristoffice.com

PARIS Ile-de-France Tourist Information Center
"Espace du Tourisme"
Place de la Pyramide Inversée,
Le Carrousel du Louvre
99 rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
Tel: 33 1 44 50 19 98
Web: paris-ile-de-france.com


Plane: Charles de Gaulle International Airport north-east of Paris and Orly International Airport to the south-west.
Train: Eurostar rail services direct from London to Guard du Nord. Other main national and international rail stations include Gare de l'Est, Gare d'Austerlitz, Gare de Lyon, Gare St Lazare, Gare Montparnasse (Paris is one of the 'must do' cities for Eurorail (Eurail) trevellers.)
Bus: Eurolines offer international services to and from Paris throughout Europe.

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