Daily Walking Tour of Paris, France (with Map & Photos)


On our friendly walk you will get acquainted with the non-trivial history of Paris, plunge into the romantic atmosphere of the city and look at it through the eyes of local residents. We will not only walk through the sights that start Paris, but also tell you about life in the capital, the French mentality and the most delicious places in the city!

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What awaits you

Depending on the day of the week, you will take one of two intense routes - Red or Blue. These are two interesting and completely different stories about Paris, but either of them is suitable for the first acquaintance with the city.

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Red Route: Parisian façade

You will explore iconic sights that are worth visiting on the first day of your trip: the Elysee Palace - the symbol of the French Republic, the famous Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe, the most beautiful bridge in Paris, the cathedral in which Napoleon I is buried, and of course, the legendary Eiffel Tower...

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Blue Route: Paris's hidden treasures

You will see the Place de la Concorde, the Bourbon Palace and Musée d'Orsay, the Saint-Sulpice church and the magnificent Luxembourg Gardens, as well as several atmospheric places that are known only to true Parisians. You will learn what French cuisine can surprise you and hear interesting and even shocking stories from the life of the city!

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Non-tourist corners and travel tips

We will help you to truly get to know the city from the inside: we will share a real life experience in Paris, tell you where you can have a delicious lunch and buy seafood. You will visit interesting places known only to local residents: for example, the street with the house of D'Artagnan or the secret city garden, reminiscent of Wonderland from Carroll's book. In addition, you will learn how to choose authentic French souvenirs and which museums are worth visiting when traveling.

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Who is the excursion suitable for?

  • For those who want to have time to see all the most interesting in the city and decide where to go later on their own, as well as clarify questions of interest with a local expert.

  • The program will be interesting both for those who are in Paris for the first time and for frequent guests of the bohemian capital.

Organizational details

  • There can be more than 20 people in a group, since tickets are not purchased for children.

  • The tour is completely pedestrian. Along the way, there are convenient stops and photo pauses with a favorable angle at the sights.

  • The tour is conducted without headphones.

  • The tour follows two daily alternating routes. The route map and timetable can be found in the "Photos" section.

  • At the end of the excursion, a Q&A session awaits you: you can ask the guide any questions about Paris, discuss the excursion and exchange your impressions!

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