US News Discover Paris Out of the tourist trails thanks to a map made by Parisians

18:20  30 july  2021
18:20  30 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Partez à la découverte de Paris, en dehors des sentiers battus. © The Panamians Discover Paris, outside the beaten track.

In Paris, the association The Panamians takes care of making the city discover off the tourist trails. His card, destined for young travelers, allows to discover the life of Parisians through their bars, restaurants, cafes, favorite cultural sites. This initiative is not exclusively reserved for the French capital, it exists on a European scale.

"If you are looking for the historical guide of the Eiffel Tower, you will not find it here", is it written on the first page of the tourist map dedicated to Paris. Some references to behave like a local, understanding the French kiss, the aperitif and the ritual of the coffee then a multitude of restaurants and routes Parisians are revealed on the paper. The members of the association Panamians currently distribute the cards, ready since September 2020, throughout the capital. In all, 18,500 guides to sell in hostels, in the accommodation of a tourist booking site (Edgar Suites, partner of the association) and the schools of the superior hosting foreign students in Erasmus.

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"We wanted to show places frequented and known by the Parisians, that tourists do not know," explains Maud Alavès, co-founder of the association. "We privilege a more ecological movement. It is further recommended for example places for example".

Maud Alavès discovers this initiative on a trip to Oslo in 2017 as well as USE-IT, a network of cards for young travelers. She begins to create the Parisian version, nonexistent.

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Design of the

card "Very free" in the design of the card, the team of the Panamians paid particular attention to the graphics and the aesthetics of the object. "A way to differentiate and attract the target we want, according to Maud Alavès. An object to the authentic and funny tone, in colorful style and punctuated with a contribution from a teacher in history.

After a year and a half of work and the first ready card ready, the association already builds the team that will shape the next.

USE-IT: Independent European Network

, Panamaens is related to the USE-IT network with many associations in Europe with nearly 30 distributed cities. The non-profit network promotes the design of maps by locals.

The first traces of the network date back to 1971 in Denmark. At the time, USE-IT was a tourist information office in Copenhagen for young travelers in the reduced budget. The first network map was conducted in 2005 and tags the city of Ghent in Belgium. Since then, thirty European cities have their card.

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