Detailed maps of Paris

Carte & plan de Paris

Visiting Paris? To help you find your way around, use and download our maps of Paris!

Paris is a gigantic city, but if you’re here for just a short or long weekend, it’s a good idea to get your bearings in advance with maps and plans of Paris, to save time when you’re there.

Below you’ll find detailed maps and plans of Paris to help you when you arrive at the airport, central station or in the center if you’re arriving by car. Each map can be enlarged. To download the maps & plans, right-click and « Save as ».

Going to Paris? Use our guides :

Visiting Paris

Where to stay in Paris

Activities in Paris

Detailed map of Paris

This map of Paris gives you an overview of the city’s geography:

Carte & plan de Paris

Detailed map of Paris arrondissements

Here is a detailed map of the arrondissements of Paris, to help you find your way around the capital:

Carte & plan des arrondissements de paris

Map of places of interest in Paris

Find all the monuments and places of interest in Paris on this map: monuments, museums, parks, tourist attractions…

Carte & plan des sites d’intérêt de Paris

Paris metro map

The Paris metro map shows stations and line routes to help you get around easily:

Carte & plan du métro de Paris

Paris transport map

Bus, metro, tramways… here’s a list of all the public transport lines in Paris:

Carte & plan des transports de Paris (bus, tramway...)


There’s no denying that the metro is the best way to get around Paris. Parisian metro lines criss-cross the length and breadth of the city, and it’s easy enough to reach two ends of Paris in around 30 minutes. If you have a map of Paris downloaded onto your smartphone, or if you use Google Maps, you can wander around on foot as you please, discovering Paris and its monuments as you please.

If you’re coming to Paris by car, you’ll need a map of the city, but above all you’ll need to find a place to park easily. Finding a parking space in Paris isn’t easy, and getting around the city is even harder if you’re not familiar with it…