Craving for a pleasant afternoon walk, on a Sunday maybe, not too far from home… But not going through because this walk, this city, well they don’t offer much of a surprise anymore. Spending the weekend with family or friends, the ones we love, going for a visit to some magical landmarks from where we’re supposed to come back with the right pictures to show… But deep inside not really wanting to do what everybody else is doing, what everybody else is expecting you to do.
This rings a bell ? Paris Parcours is an answer to those feelings we’ve all experienced some day. A way to rediscover our town, or simply our neighbourhood, to try new things, to be surprised again, and even have extra fun ! A way to be the tourist type who has that added bit of difference that makes everything more exciting and fulfilling.
Paris Parcours presents you with the nicest itineraries, for everyone. They’re easy to follow, and easy to consult on your PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone screen. They’re crafted to be playful, idea-packed, relaxing, pleasurable and stimulating.
Challenge other people or even yourself to scavenger hunts, earn badges and points, or let yourself simply be guided to that wonderful city called Paris. Paris Parcours has content for every age, every wallet and every mood !
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On Paris Parcours, you can submit your own itinerary, free of cost.
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Paris Parcours notably thanks Marjorie Loire, who created the Paris Parcours logo, as well as the many contributors of the software which have been used during the development of Paris Parcours.
The following Agreement was last updated on May, 1st, 2020. Paris Parcours may modify or replace this Agreement at any time, without prior notice.
Paris Parcours is published by Iperiago, a company registered at the RCS of Paris under number 791 602 717, with a share capital of €20.000. Iperiago is located at 6 rue Singer,75016 Paris, France.
The head editor is Jérôme Morlon.
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