Enjoy guided tours, to discover the secrets of Paris, with a professional guide.
Follow guided tours to discover fantastic parts of Paris.
Whether it is your first time in Paris or not, there are many opportunities to expand your knowledge with a real Parisian and save time. This website offers several regular guided tours in Paris and outside, so you have wide choices depending on your tastes. If you are looking for something different, try a tour related to great women of France, to discover other sides of the city.
Combine different kinds of half day tours to personalise your program, and don't forget to explore the surroundings of Paris which are really worthwhile.
Terms, conditions and Fees
Due to Covid-19, health mesures are required in Paris Compulsory masks at all times
Conditions for tours
The capital of France can be visited all year round, even though it is a bit cold and rainy in the winter, but then, less busy.
Most of the tours are on foot or by public transport, but private vehicules can be arranged (luxury minivan for 6 or 7 people), or a coach. Contact me for prices.
Also explore Paris by bike. Many bike lanes available. Fast and easy.
15 € per person. Minimum of 6 people for a tour. Add 2€ per person, for an audio device (microphone for the guide, earphone for visitors included).
No entrance ticket, no transport, or meal included.
250 € for approximately 2 to 3 hours and 280 € (4 hours). Extra time is 50 € per hour. No entrance ticket, reservation fee, transport, or meal included.
We recommend an audio system for visitors with earpieces and a microphone for the guide to whisper (2€ per person). We will provide them if needed.
Find tours that suit you, create your own program to combine several guided visits during your stay : walking tours, museums, monuments, trips around Paris, bike tours or female-focused tours and food tours.
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Notre Dame cathedral is probably the most famous and visited of all the monuments we have in Paris. Come to have a look at the magnificent Sainte Chapelle and Conciergerie nearby. The Opera House really deserves a guided tour to understand its incredible history. If your are more interested in celebrities, have a look at the Pere Lachaise cemetery or the Pantheon.
Many wonderful neighborhoods like the Marais, Montmartre, Saint-Germain-des-Pres, the covered passages, the Latin Quarter or La Defense, deserve a visit. They all have a different atmosphere and their specificities. Montmartre is more artistic. Saint-Germain-des-Pres is related to the intellectuals. The Latin Quarter is the student area. The Marais has more history and La Defense is the business district.
Not far from Paris are plenty of fantastic places to enjoy. Versailles palace is probably the most famous monument built by the Sun King. Giverny is a splendid garden created by Claude Monet where he created his masterpieces « the Water Lilies« . Less visited, but nevertheless remarkable, are the palaces of Fontainebleau, Vaux-le-Vicomte and Chantilly.
Discover Paris from a different perspective with a tour about unbelievable female leading figures. Learn about the women’s role during the French Revolution, women at Saint-Germain-des-Pres, the Marais, Montmartre or Versailles. The Luxury and Sensuality tour around the Champs-Elysees reveals a lesser-told part of Paris. A 3-day tour about Marie-Antoinette is available.
Enjoy wonderful food tours in different districts of Paris : Marais, Montmartre, Saint-Germain-des-Près. Or around les Halles and the covered passages. You will be able to taste French products such as bread, wine, cheese and chocolate.
Bike tours are the ideal way to discover a lot of Paris in a short time. Different tours are available like the Highlights of Paris. Or a tour along the Seine River. Also on the Left bank with the Luxembourg Garden, the Latin Quarter and Saint Germain des Pres. A bike tour related to women is also available.
My favorite women-focused tours
Join me on one of my favourite tours about women. Go back in time to put yourself in the shoes of a Parisian woman during the French Revolution.
Learn much more about Marie-Antoinette following her steps at Versailles palace, the Petit Trianon and the Queen’s hamlet. Then continue the journey in Paris to admire her furniture at the Louvre, to see where she lived and died 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.