Office Du Tourisme de Paris

25 rue des Pyramides


The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau was created in 1971 at the joint initiative of the Paris City Council and the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry*. It carries out three specific missions: 

 Welcome and informing visitors 

Fans of the capital, six tourist offices welcome you all year round. An expert multilingual team will provide information on everything that you have ever wanted to know about Paris and the Paris region. From April to November, you can also get information from the “Welcome Ambassadors” kiosks, staffed by young seasonal workers. 

> All our offices 

Not yet arrived?, a veritable « virtual tourist office», is for you. Just like in our Paris offices, you can buy accommodation products and transport passes (« Paris Visite », etc.) here, as well as cultural and leisure products (excursions, cabarets, theme parks, « Paris Museum Pass », etc.). In just a few clicks, you have all the « essentials » for a stay in Paris. 

> Our online boutique 

 Promoting the destination in France and abroad 

The Bureau actively promotes Paris as a destination for leisure and business tourism to tour operators and the media. It organizes promotional campaigns, which highlight such different aspects of Paris as: Paris, the capital of shopping (« Soldes by Paris », in January), Paris, the capital of romance (« Romantic Paris », in February) and even Paris, the capital of hospitality (Tourism Week, each summer). As well as providing solid support for the organization of company events, the Bureau also actively champions bids by the capital to host national and international congresses. 

> All press releases and press files, the key information on tourism products in Paris 

> Everything for business tourism and congresses on: 

These promotional campaigns are carried out in close partnership with Parisian tourism professionals, for whom the Bureau is a veritable platform for dialogue and exchange. A valuable “compass” for the whole tourism industry, the Bureau monitors changes in the sector and passes on strategic information, notably via talks, newsletters and its professional extranet.