Paris is a city that fascinates as much as it intimidates. I sincerely believe that visiting Paris, depending on how you approach it, leaves a different taste, a different experience. Getting to know the city is not just about touring the most famous places. It's about soaking up the atmosphere and to the question "what to see in Paris?", I would be tempted to answer that you also have to feel. This is the objective of my tours: to give you the keys to feel the real Paris, the authentic Paris, even the culinary Paris. So that visiting Paris becomes an experience of the five senses.
Allow me to be your tour guide in Paris and to put the City of Light within your reach: Paris fascinates but Paris is for everyone. Here it is from the best angle, the one you choose.
Several visits to choose from:
- Guided tour of the 9th arrondissement - The New Athens
Discover the cradle of romanticism.
"Many people know Montmartre and its hillock, Pigalle and its neon lights, but more rare are those who have taken the time to explore this part of the 9th arrondissement which starts at the Place Pigalle and goes up to the Notre Dame de Lorette church.
- Guided tour of the 16th arrondissement - Village de Passy, Art Nouveau, Arts Décos
With its reputation as a chic and extinct arrondissement, it is probably the least popular and least known of the arrondissements in Paris. It is also the greenest arrondissement and - did you know - is home to the Bois de Boulogne, the territory of Paris that lies outside the Périphérique.
- Guided tour of the 19th arrondissement - From Télégraphe to Buttes-Chaumont
Perched on its hill, it offers the 3rd largest green space in Paris, the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. The 19th arrondissement has a long tradition of welcoming people: workers driven out of the centre by Haussmann, then Auvergnats, Armenians, Central European Jews, Spanish Republicans, Algerians, Yugoslavs, Portuguese, West Indians and Africans, and of course, more recently, the Chinese.
Other possible "classic" visits: Le Marais - Montmartre - Le Quartier Latin - Saint-Germain-des-Prés
Take your pick!
Visits are also possible in digital version (videoconference)!
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