Visit Paris: immersive and original content

Paris Aéroport guides you through the French capital in search of the latest fashionable and unusual spots. Enjoy a true Parisian experience thanks to our many tips, available in our magazine, Paris vous aime magazine.

Free of charge, it will advise you about the latest places (bars, restaurants, hotels, etc.), exhibitions and cultural events not to be missed.
With our 20 Capital Experiences, we reveal the best addresses to get off the beaten tourist track. And don't forget to listen to our audio podcasts and watch our videos to discover Paris differently!

Paris vous aime Magazine: find the exclusivity of the magazine online with our e-reader

Paris vous aime Magazine gives you the best of Paris and the places you absolutely must visit. Explore the capital city by picking up your magazine at any of the terminals at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, in the baggage delivery room or in the boarding lounge: it's free.

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Restaurant magazine

Tip of the mounth: Bao Express, one-way ticket to Hong Kong 

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There’s no stopping the Bao family! Following the kitsch-modern ambiance of Gros Bao (Paris 10th arrondissement), the small Petit Bao café on Rue Saint-Denis (2nd arr.), and the more chic and traditional Blue Bao (9th arr.), Bao Express is a new 500-sq.m. space in the 11th arrondissement, showcasing three different aspects of high-quality Chinese food.

Serving non-stop between 8 am and 2 am and decorated in vibrant colours to reflect Hong Kong’s pop culture, this venue offers customers a bakery/coffee shop, a diner-style restaurant and a hidden basement bar. It’s not only beautiful, it’s also really very good. The breakfast menu features pineapple bao, mi-brioche, and mi-bao, whether you fancy something sweet (coffee & peanut, pineapple & lime) or savoury (stuffed with pork or ham & comté cheese - €7). Lunchtime and evening guests can opt for fried or steamed dim-sum in brand new flavour combinations, such as ham sui gok (sticky rice flour dumplings stuffed with chicken, salted radish, shiitake mushrooms and spring onion - €8) or black pepper steamed beef, marinated in fermented black beans and black pepper - €9. And once you’ve eaten, head down to the stunning Underpool bar for Chinese-influenced cocktails (€11-€14)!

Bao Express - 10, rue Bréguet - 75011 Paris -


Living Paris: experience the life of the capital city

Our favorite: the original sweetbread “croqs” by chef Omar Dhiab


Omar Dhiab regularly prepared sweetbreads for the first time at the three-star restaurant Pavillon Ledoyen. “At 20, I was working under three-star chef Christian Le Squer, whose signature sweetbreads left an indelible impression on me”. “I love working with offal and livers and hearts, which I like to prepare in unexpected ways and with surprising flavours”. This is the creative vision that led Dhiab to serve scrumptious sweetbread “croqs,” at his gastronomic restaurant. “When working with sweetbreads I focus on perfect presentation”. Dhiab prepares crispy sweetbread nuggets placed between thin slices of bread for a crunchy high-end sandwich. Finely chop the sweetbreads and sauté them till crisp. Prepare a stuffing with veal filet, the sautéed sweetbreads and cream spread over two slices of seared white sandwich bread. Warm in the oven. Serve drizzled with warm veal broth and accompanied by a condiment, like the chef Dhiab's sauce Grenoble.
Restaurant Omar Dhiab - 23Rue Hérold - 75001 Paris -

The secrets of espionage in film

With their disguises and role-playing, aren't spies the ultimate actors? With its cameras and microphones, isn't cinema itself a form of spying? From James Bond to OSS 117, Mata Hari to Edward Snowden, this exhibition of posters, film excerpts and gadgets explores the intertwined relationships between reality, fiction and politics in the worlds of film and espionage. Until May 21. 

Exhibition "Cinéma et Espionnage",

La cinémathèque française - 51, rue de Bercy - 75012 Paris -

A culinary journey from Japan


This mini restaurant specialises in sandos (€14 to €22), classic Japanese street food sandwiches. In accordance with tradition, these are made with soft brown or white shokupan bread, crispy breadcrumbs, and tart-spicy tonkatsu sauce, and come in vegetarian, wagyu beef, salmon and freerange chicken versions. Try a sweet glazed chocolate-hazelnut version for dessert.
Yakuza Katsu Sando & Coffee -3-5, rue des Quatre-Vents - 75006 Paris -

Paris loves you curious: the best addresses in Paris vous aime magazine that can be checked at any time

Use the interactive map below, made with our partner Mapstr, to prepare your visit.


Once you are in Paris, to make sure you don't forget anything, download the Mapstr app and our Paris vous aime map on your smartphone: you will be able to find the addresses around you with GPS positioning and, in the future, the addresses of the next editions of Paris vous aime Magazine, every time it is published!

Listening Paris: enjoy a unique and immersive sound experience

A new way to visit Paris: podcasts to listen to (without moderation) -available for download on our different platforms- that instantly put you in a Parisian atmosphere or take you back in time in a place and with a mythical personality. 

Listen to our podcasts

Ep.1: Parisian atmosphere "At the Aligre market"
Leslie takes us on a stroll through the sounds of the Aligre market (12th arrondissement), one of the oldest markets in Paris. On the program: vendors hawking their wares, street guitarists, seeds and Cuban espresso…

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Ep 2: A place, a face "Simone de Beauvoir at the café de Flore"
Leslie takes us to Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6th arrondissement), to the legendary Café de Flore, which in the post-war period became the meeting spot for existentialist writers and thinkers. Follow in the footsteps of Simone de Beauvoir, who wrote several of her works there.

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Ep.3: Parisian atmosphere "At the Vincennes racecourse"
A behind-the-scenes audio tour of the legendary Grand Prix de Paris harness race, featuring beating hooves, the shouting of fans and gamblers, and victory celebrated with the Marseillaise.

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Ep.4: A place, a face "Around place de Clichy with François Truffaut"
Explore northwest Paris in the footsteps of François Truffaut. The filmmaker, who grew up here, used his Place Clichy and Batignolles neighborhoods as locations for The 400 Blows and his Antoine Doinel films.


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Ep.5: A place, a face "Josephine Baker at the Folies Bergère"
This podcast takes us to the Folies Bergère (9th arrondissement) to meet the mythical Josephine Baker. The American dancer, singer and revue star was the queen of Parisian nightlife during the the Roaring Twenties. She brought freedom, revelry ans the rhythms of jazz and the Charleston.


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