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Oh Oui! Paris is here for You

Fluctuat Nec Mergitur, "Elle est agitée par les vagues, et ne sombre pas” in French (literally : “She is tossed by the waves but does not sink")


For all the Paris Lovers, and yes I know you are here reading this post, Azurom gathered all the Best virtual visits of the City of Light!

So until we can all safely hop on the plane and eat the fresh "croissants" from the next door "boulangerie" down your hotel or BnB, follow us into the heart of Paris.

Paris Eiffel Tower France
  • First, let's sink into the right mood with the right sounds.

Play it on Spotify

  • Hop on a Cab.

Get to all our favorite spots in this fantastic 360 view.

if you look with your phone, move it around. If you look on your computer, don't forget to hit the arrow tabs to be fully immersed. This video was taken in late 2017 and you will be able to be inside Notre-dame Cathedral prior to the fire.

  • Hop on a drone.

AirPano has some of the most amazing aerial views of many beautiful places in the World and Lucky us, Paris is part of their offering. You can literally hop to many spots in Paris just clicking the helicopter. Look them on the big screen and you'll be fully immersed. PARIS BY DRONE CLICK HERE

Le Louvres, Paris
  • Do you know that Le Louvres has inside virtual visits.

You can choose a few different exhibits such as the Egyptian antiquities. Just click on Launch the Virtual visit.

  • Feeling adventurous? Loving off the beaten path?

Enter the Catacombs of Paris.

This offers a full 360 view of the enthralls of Paris. The ancient Quarries of underground Paris were transformed into a cemetery in the late 18th Century.

The site was consecrated as the “Paris Municipal Ossuary” on April 7, 1786, and, from that time forward, took on the mythical name of “Catacombs”, in reference to the Roman catacombs, which had fascinated the public since their discovery.

Enter here if you are brave :)

The Palace of Versailles was the principal royal residence of France from 1682, under Louis XIV, until the start of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI.

The Palace of Versailles has been listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years.


Hope you all enjoyed the virtual excursion to Paris. Azurom cannot wait to take you there to see for yourself what all the fuss is about :)

We are carefully preparing 2021 trips already.

If you have any questions, contact us at

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