Paris city map with monuments, museums, gardens, shops, restaurants, hotels. Printable Paris map pdf. Official Paris metro map. Paris Arrondissement map with top sights. Things to do in Paris. Paris facts. Paris geography and weather.
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Locate metro stations on the map. Find your itinerary in town. Check our Paris metro map
Locate most city top sights on the Paris Arrondissement map, the city administrative subdivisions.
Locate our favorite hotels in town on Paris hotel map.
Locate our restaurants in town on Paris restaurant map.
Locate the best shopping venues in the city on Paris shopping map: fashion streets, department stores.
Explore the most exclusive district of the city with streetview on Champs Elysees map.
Discover the fabulous Seine river banks and its many famous sights with streetview on Seine river map.
Discover Montmartre and Sacre Coeur on Montmartre map.
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Locate and view the top monuments on Paris monument map. Includes Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame. Louvre Museum, Sacre Coeur, Arc de Triomphe, Conciergerie, Sainte Chapelle, Fondation Louis Vuitton and Palais de Chaillot.
Locate and view the top museums on Paris museum map. Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum.
Locate the top gardens, parks, Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes on Paris garden map.
Locate and view the top sights on Paris sightseeing map.
Locate and view Disneyland top attractions on Disneyland map.
Locate top tourist sights on Paris tourist map.
There are beautiful historical maps of the City of Lights. Check the 1380 Paris map and the 1500 city map. You can also download the really fabulous 1550 city map with many sights and monuments still visible today. Their environment was totally different. As an example, Notre Dame emerged from a network of narrow streets very close to the cathedral and quite different from the open space of today.
With 200 000 inhabitants in the 14th century, Paris, then the capital of France, was the most populous city of Europe. By comparison, London in 1300 had 80 000 inhabitants.
Until 1358, the French Kings had their Palace in La Conciergerie on Ile de la Cite. They then moved to the Louvre, a fortress at the time. Faithfull Parisians had already built Notre Dame Cathedral, Sainte Chapelle, Saint Germain des Pres, Saint Denis. The Sorbonne was established since 1253 as a famous european university.
Continent: Europe | Country: France | Region: Ile de France | Coordinates: 48:51:17N 2:20:12E | Altitude: 34 meters
Time Zone: Central European Time (CET) | Paris weather
The city is 9 miles East to West, 6 miles North to South, giving it an area of 33.5 square miles, 86.7 square kilometers. The city is 34 meters above sea level. The Seine river in Paris flows through the city from South West to South East. The North bank is the Right Bank, la Rive Droite. The South bank is the Left Bank, la Rive Gauche. Detailed Paris facts