Paris, the Home of International Arbitration has prepared lists of practical information that will help you organize your arbitration in Paris. You will find not only basic information about how to get to and around Paris, but also hotels prepared to welcome groups coming to Paris for arbitrations.


Paris has an extensive, clean and efficient public transportation system that makes it easy to get around the city quickly. Parisian taxis are also reliable, readily available and easily reserved from hotels and meeting sites. Information about local transport in Paris is available from a number of sources.

The Paris Convention and Tourism Bureau offers a good overview of local transportation options here. You may also find detailed information on the public transportation system in Paris at the RATP’s website, here. The largest taxi fleets in Paris are managed by Taxis G7 and Taxis Bleus.

Paris is exceptionally well served by two major international airports and several train stations offering high-speed rail connections to other countries. The Paris Convention and Tourism Bureau offers general information about arriving in Paris here.

Travel Requirements & Local Institutions

As with any international travel, it is important to verify in advance that you have the proper documentation before travelling to Paris for an arbitration. The Paris Convention and Tourism Bureau offers a good overview of visa requirements, with links to further information, here.


Paris, the Home of International Arbitration is compiling a list of arbitration-friendly hotels.

We will be adding this to our site soon.


Paris is of course one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, with unparalleled sites, museums, restaurants and activities. Parties travelling to France for arbitrations may wish to take advantage of some of the city’s many attractions. You can find out more about tourism in Paris by visiting the website of the Paris Convention and Tourism Bureau, which is available in 12 languages.