Please note: This list is not necessarily exhaustive, and while it was accurate at the time this article was published, services may change at any time.
Cafes, Bars and Restaurants
- Les Boulevards: 112, boulevard de Sébastopol, Métro Strasbourg Saint Denis
- Le Leonard: 57 rue de Turbigo, Metro Arts et Metiers
Parks, Gardens and Squares (Paris Municipal Wi-Fi Service)
- Square du Temple: 64 rue de Bretagne, Metro Temple
- Square Léopold Achille: 13 rue Payenne, Metro Temple or Arts et Metiers
- Square Georges Cain: 14 rue Payenne, Metro Temple or Arts et Metiers
Bibliothèque Marguerite Audoux: 10, rue Portefoin
Note: To access the Paris Municipal Wi-Fi server, follow these steps:
- Make sure you're in one of the city's free Wi-Fi zones, and select the "Orange" network from your list of available networks.
- Launch your habitual Internet navigator and type in any web address.
- A prompt will appear (in French) to select your "pass Paris Wi-Fi 2h".
- You will now be able to surf for up to 2 hours, after which point you'll need to reselect a pass. Note, however, that Paris city Wi-Fi hotspots are only available during the day.