Tour of Paris - 4h
- 4 hr4 hours
- 499 euros499 €
- Location 1
A complete tour of Paris for 4h. The beauty of it is it allows for even more time to stop at certain locations, such as hidden squares, galleries, venues. This is a good tour if you want to see the main highlights as well as Montmartre, Saint Germain, the Latin quarter, the Marais and Montorgueil. See Paris main highlights such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc of Triumph, Champs Elysées, Concorde, the Opera, Place Vendôme, the Grand & Petit Palais, the bridge Pont Alexandre III, the Invalides, Notre Dame, the Sacré Coeur, the Moulin Rouge, the Pantheon, Saint Louis Island, Le Marais, and Montorgueil. We will pass through the small streets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which characterizes the old Paris. Famous writers such as Hemingway or Oscar Wilde used to live there. Feel like a character of the film Midnight in Paris, meet Hemingway, Ella Fitzgerald at the Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots. We will circle around the enchanting Rue de Furstemberg before admiring the vibrant Rue de Buci, filled with cafés. We’d pass by the oldest restaurant in Paris where Benjamin Franklin & Napoleon ate. Ride alongside the Seine river. It allows us to explore a little more of the island of Notre Dame, like Place Dauphine, the Conciergerie where Marie-Antoinette was, as well as the tiniest streets only a car this small could take. We would also go to Saint Louis island, to show you the best ice cream in Paris, the restaurant that inspired Ratatouille movie… We would explore Montmatre in more depth, stopping at the wall of love, giving you time to explore the artist square and maybe get a portrait, enter the magnificent church of the Sacré Coeur. We would see the lively Pigalle area, and pass by the Moulin Rouge. We would also show you more of the Latin Quarter, famous for its universities like the Sorbonne, the Luxembourg garden, where Emily in Paris lives, where Hemingway lived, as well as the roman coliseum dating back 2,000 years, where they had gladiator fights. We would also show you Saint Sulpice church, the second tallest in Paris. And explore Saint Michel vibrant little streets. Visit the oldest church in Paris dating 1,500 years. We would also explore Le Marais, its mythical squares such as Place des Vosges, place Sainte Catherine, Hotel de Sully garden, Pompidou museum, the oldest houses in Paris. The Palais Royal garden, some coveted galleries such as Gallerie Vivienne, or Passage Choiseul. As well as Rue Montorgueil, where you have the oldest bakery in Paris.
4 Rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris, France