Last Saturday's protests prompted the city to practically close down for the day with scores of cultural sites including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre deciding to close fearing violence.
Sites that have confirmed they will be closed on Saturday include the Petit Palais, Musée d’Art Moderne, Musée Cernuschi, Catacombs and Théâtre des Champs Elysée.
The Arc de Triomphe and the Pantheon will also be closed.
Paris City Hall tried to ease the fears of any visitors but advised them to avoid certain areas and keep up to date with the news.
“This social protest movement represents no danger to visitors,” a statement on the website said.
“It will however cause some inconvenience with the exceptional closing of certain museums and monuments, as well as that of some public transport stations.
“In anticipation of a new demonstration on Saturday 15 December, we recommend that you keep up to date with the situation via our Twitter account Paris Je T'aime, and that you stay outside the perimeter of the processions in order to avoid any uncomfortable situations.”
Police have stated that from 6 am onwards there will also be an exclusion zone in place around Place de la Concorde, the Champs Elysée, the Assemblée National, Place Beauvau and Hotêl Matignon.
So far the Louvre, Orangerie, Musée d’Orsay and Eiffel Tower have not said they will change their opening hours so should be open as normal tomorrow.
The Grand Palais will also be open, but only to visitors who have bought tickets in advance.
Les expositions du #GrandPalais seront ouvertes ce samedi 15 décembre de 10h à 18h pour les personnes munies d’un titre d’accès (billet d’expo, pass sésame, laissez-passer…) ! Pensez à réserver votre billet à l'avance ? https://t.co/j2zDx3A3f5
© Didier Plowy pic.twitter.com/rNGqj7gHOB
— Le Grand Palais (@GrandPalaisRmn) December 14, 2018
The Palais Garnier and Opéra Bastille also plan to open, although Opéra de Paris advises anyone planning to visit to keep an eye on their Twitter feed for up to date news, and to double check transport routes as many stations around the capital will be closed.
Le Palais Garnier et l’Opéra Bastille seront ouverts pour toutes les représentations de ce samedi 15 décembre. Attention de nombreuses stations de métro et de RER seront fermées. Nous vous invitons à consulter régulièrement notre site et notre fil Twitter: https://t.co/LMJkxhaA85
— Opéra de Paris (@operadeparis) December 14, 2018
Paris’s metro network greatly affected
Tourists and residents looking to use the French capital’s underground on Saturday should expect some travel grief caused by both works on the line and temporary closures due to the ‘yellow vest’ protests expected to rock the Paris city centre again this Saturday According to the city's RATP transport network, 40 stations will remain closed.
Line 1 (Tuileries, Concorde, Champs-Elysees Clemenceau, Franklin D. Roosevelt, George V, Charles de Gaulle-Etoile, Argentine) and Line 9 (Franklin D. Roosevelt, Trocadero, Miromesnil, St. Philip du Roule ) will be particularly affected.
Other lines that can expect delays are Line 2 (Charles de Gaulle-Etoile), Line 6 (Charles de Gaulle Etoile, Kleber, Boissiere, Trocadero), Line 8 (Concorde, Madeleine), Line 12(Concorde, Assemblée Nationale, Madeleine), line 13 (Champs-Elysees Clemenceau, Miromesnil, St. Francis Xavier, Varenne, Invalides) and line 14 (Madeleine).
Here's an updated map of Paris metro station closures for Saturday December 15, published by the RATP.
Click here to see a bigger version.
The RER C train line running from the northwest to the southeast of the city through the centre of Paris is also forecast to suffer closures (Invalides, Avenue Foch, Porte Maillot and Pont de l'Alma Charles de Gaulle Etoile RER) .
Buses are also best avoided the RATP warns, as routes are “likely to be deviated, limited or not run at all”.
Most Vélib bike sharing stations across the city will also be closed, with the exception of the 18th, 19th and 20th arrondissements.