A new brunch concept during the summer festival of Ourcq! The perfect Saturday or Sunday treat!
An ideal deal option if you don’t own a boat yourself but want to enjoy the best of the Ourcq channel while drinking and eating yummy food. Escape the bustle of the city and treat yourself: a boat ride with a brunch. The formulas : a homemade complete vegetarian brunch , organic vegetables and farmer dairies by the team of Les Marmites Volantes, a Parisian restaurant. Departure every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30 am for a two-hour ride from the Bassin de la Villette to enjoy the landscapes and streets-artworks along the banks of Canal de l’Ourcq. All guests must reserve in advance on the website.
Walking along the canal in Paris, take a shuttle for 1 or 2 euros and explore quietly other places.
Canal de l'Ourcq from Bassin de la Villette to Bobigny : été du canal - summer Festival
Bassin de la Villette - Paris Plages beach festival
Accompanied by a french street-art-artist, let yourself be charmed into learning about the recent history of street art and the different techniques they use in “their playground” -the Canal de l’Ourcq, which has, for many year now, welcomed top names from all over the world in Street Art ! Book online
Feel the magic of the 100 year-old greatest antique market in the Parisian destination. It is located just beyond the ring road next to the Porte de Clignancourt-metro-station in the North East of Paris. Enjoy the joys of the so "c'est chic"- Marché aux Puces St Ouen- the Paris-Saint-Ouen flea market, the biggest antiques market in Europe with a long establish worlwide reputation. High-quality stands of many exquisite objects stretching for about a mile and a half of labyrinthe alleys in the 16 individual varied markets awaits visitors in their treasure hunts. The market is opened to all public from 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The flea market boasts its amazing finds and secrets to business flea traders every thursday and friday.
FIFA 1998 World Cup-French stadium Stade de France backstages tours.The stadium hosted large scale sports events: Football World Cup 1998, World Athletics Championships in 2003, Rugby World Cup in 2007, Six Nations Rugby Tournament and great pharaonic-scale operas, car races on ice and concerts of Tina Turner, U2, Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, Muse, Johnny Hallyday, EURO 2016... Discover the architeture and experience the famous mythical entrance to the pitch to the edges of the lawn of the stadium in the footsteps of our National football 1998 heroes, rugby champion or some most famous superstars....Enjoy our behind the scenes visits.
The Air and Space Museum is located in Le Bourget airport. The museum represent the ingenuity of mankind in the conquest of air and space and a milestone full of significance in the history of aviation. Enjoy unforgettable moments in one the world's richest collections of flying machines.
Come and contemplate the first masterpiece of Gothic art and architecture. The Cathedral Basilica of Saint-Denis is also the burial place of the kings of France.
La Villette is a complex unlike another any other in the world, a marriage of Nature and great buildings, of leisure activities and cultural pursuits. The Arts rub shoulders with the Sciences in a setting of spectacular architecture.
The Canal de l'Ourcq offers charming days out for those of you wanting to get away from it all. Boats, bikes and roller blades are among the ways you can discover this life-line of contrasting landscapes, industrial but at the same time rural and even bucolic.
La Cité du Cinema - recent film studio complex by the French film maker and director Luc Besson
Hotels near Cité du Cinema / Access, subway
A new place of remembrance. Visit the Shoah memorial in Drancy in the North East of Paris located in front of Cité de la Muette social housing complex. Admission to the Drancy camp is free
Step aboard the cruise boats of Paris Canal and Canauxrama and discover the riches of North-East Paris. Take a trip along the Canal de l’Ourcq, the Canal Saint-Martin or the Canal Saint-Denis to visit attractions such as the Basilica of Saint-Denis, the Stade de France, La Villette or the Grands Moulins in Pantin.
Spend a couple of hours, or a full day, discovering the sights of North-Eastern Paris along its canals.
Companies in Seine-Saint-Denis create, invent, innovate and apply a wide range of different skills. They open their doors to visitors during the Et voilà le travail! event, with tours of almost 100 premises concerned with industry, art and heritage, food processing, imaging, the media and the performing arts, graphic design, transport and logistics, the environment, health, research and more.
The Douce Banlieue programme of town trails is an opportunity not to be missed to see Seine-Saint-Denis as it really is, "hard-living and gentle-hearted", and discover its history, its buildings and the people who give it life.
On your weekends and leisure time in North-East Paris, experience and share in the work, the passions and the way of life of artists and artisans. From an introduction to modelling techniques to preparing and producing great chocolates or designing and adding personal touches to objects in wood, large numbers of professional tradesmen and designers offer courses throughout the year, showing you, in their places of work, their passion for what they do.
Discover specific one-off or recurring event ideas and things to do with friends, children or families on a visit! Tastes the moments, the Ile-de-France region have spectacular range of offers !
Keen to see the parts of Paris that other tourists can’t reach? Everyday, working Paris and its inhabitants? You can do so now with the help of the Greeters, because now, after New York, Toronto, Buenos Aires and other great cities, the Greeters are here in North-East Paris !
To round off your stay in Paris, get off the beaten track for a while and take time to visit a few places offering attractions that are in many cases totally unknown to most visitors. Set out to discover the riches of Seine-Saint-Denis in North-Eastern Paris with its tourist treasures, its cultural heritage, its ancestral skills and more besides.
With around 20,000 hotel rooms (including 5,000 classified as being in the middle or top categories), North-Eastern Paris boasts one of Europe’s densest concentration of hotels. Whether independent or belonging to internationally-known chains, whether classic or modern, these hotels often possess facilities for receptions and offer themselves as functional venues for business and private events on the very outskirts of Paris itself. The Tourist Board has selected over 100 hotels within Seine-Saint-Denis and close to major attractions. Discover the amenities offered by the tourist-class hotels in Seine-Saint-Denis.
Consult the list of tourist-class hotels in North-East Paris
Looking for activities to be done in the Paris region during the school holidays? We can propose some ideas and tips of trips and numerous leisure activities. Bring your children and friends to Seine-Saint-Denis and North East of Paris to enjoy sports and fun activities, visit tourist sites and museums, shows and cinema...
Check out all our good planning tips and activities for children and family!
Our standard half-day, full day or evening package, or tailor-made offers: it’s up to you to work out your programme from among a vast choice of packages enabling you to discover the special attractions of North-East Paris.
Agencies, event organizers, works council, Tour Operators… this site is for you! North-East Paris is here to provide precise and practical information to all those working in the tourism and event organizing industry (meeting and conference centers and incentive travel), also to the press and various businesses. North-East Paris groups together the different tourist attraction sites and business units in the department, in the north-eastern districts of Paris and in the area around Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle.
Our Tourist office can help you prepare your trip in and around Seine-Saint-Denis. Information is at your disposal and the tourist office agents will help you enjoy your stay.
What can I do nearby Paris ? Where can I Sleep ? This is the tourists’ frequently asked questions. Read the Frequently asked questions.
No firework or barbecue but a range of nice activities : Celebrate US Independance Day listening to jazz music on the banks of the Ourcq River, enjoy this special day on a parisian canal or discover American planes in Le Bourget Museum.