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Guided Tours with a professional guide

Highlighting women in Paris

 

Guided tours

In the footsteps of influential women in Paris

Discover wonderful female characters in many areas of the French capital. Tours are available everywhere in museums, quarters and monuments.

Visit Paris from a different angle and learn more about the French culture.

Enjoy the Parisian way of life

As a first-time visitor, or for a thorough knowledge of the French capital, follow a guided tour with a local expert.

Whether you are a group, a family or friends, you will be in good hands with experienced and licensed tour guides.

Combine walking tours, or bike tours, monuments, museums and food tours at your own convenience.

Our conditions and fees

Find more details about our conditions and fees, on the page « guided tours » or click on the link.

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Women-focused tours

Women were often forgotten from historical books. They are often invisible in various aspects of the French culture such as art, sciences and litterature. We would like to highlight their essential role in many fields.

Private guided tours

Your personal guide in Paris

Get your private guide, a local expert from Paris, to show you the secrets of the City of Lights and its surroundings. Working for almost twenty years as a professional guide, it would be my great pleasure to share my experience with you, during your stay. To create your personalized program just contact me. I can put you in touch with reliable companies for coaches, bicycles, or minivans.

My favorite tours

Join me on one of my favourite guided tours. Go back in time to put yourself in the shoes of a Parisian woman during the French Revolution or visit the Marais quarter to discover amazing female ladies.

Learn much more about Marie-Antoinette following in her footsteps at Versailles. Then continue the journey in Paris to see where she lived, was imprisoned and executed and where she was eventually buried.

Or visit in the outskirts of Paris, la Malmaison, the splendid house where Napoleon and Josephine resided during the Consulate.