Ports de Paris
A public institution governed by the French state, Ports de Paris is responsible for developing the inland water transportation of goods and passengers in the Ile-de-France region, to offer an alternative to road transport.
Leading river port in France, second in Europe and number one inland port in the world for river tourism, the institution develops and runs a network of 70 ports and 35 stops for passenger boats along the 500km of Ile-de-France's river banks.
Visit Paris Region
Through its activities with tourism professionnals and visitors, Paris Region Tourist Board promotes and develops Paris Region as a destination.It provides resources, tools, support and a network that can be used by Paris Region tourism professionals to develop and distribute a quality, innovative and appropriate offering.
Looking for a hotel, transport solution or just some ideas on what to do in and around Paris ? As soon as you step off the plane, Tourist Information officers will be available to help you, whether you need to book a hotel or get information on tourist activities and services.
Our Tourism desks are her to welcome, inform and provide you with touristic services to make your experience unique.
Paris Tourism and Convention Office (OTCP)
The Paris Tourism and Convention Office was created in 1971 on the joint initiative of the City of Paris and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris.
The Office is responsible for welcoming and informing visitors and promoting Paris as a tourist destination in France and abroad.
It actively promotes among influential operators and media what Paris has to offer both tourists and business visitors.
Atout France is the official government website for tourism in France, responsible for ensuring development in the sector by:
- ensuring the right fit between France's tourism offer and international tourism demand
- contributing to the promotion and influence of France as a brand
- offering personalised support to each of its partners.