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Fun, free (donations-based) walks through Paris that give you insight into how to interact with the locals in Paris so you can unlock a warm welcome from them. The city comes to life through stories of Paris' history, fun facts, and SPECTACULAR...more
Dan our guide Wes awesome kept us all entertained and safely got us around the Paris traffic
The sights were awesome by night
pace was good
Can’t say enough good things had a fantastic evening
Thanks Dan and Fat Tyre
I sort of stumbled upon Pierre near a Metro Station in Paris--very fortunate accident.His morning tour of the city was so full of history, charm and enthusiasm that I met him later for is Montmarte Tour. Both were first rate--perfect mix of walking, tutorials of...More
My friend and I have been travelling around Europe for a month and these tours were probably the best we have done. Pierre lead both of them and he was friendly and chatty, meaning everyone felt relaxed and able to ask questions. The tours felt...More
We did the Montmarte walking tour with Pierre, he was a great guide for this area of the city where you gain so much more with his expert knowledge of the art, history and culture of the area. The group on this tour was much...More
Pleasing two teenagers on walking tours isn't alway easy, but the Culturefish tour of Montmartre captured their attention at the get-go. The pace was great, with fun places to take pictures and quirky stops peppered with facts about famous artists and the political history of...More
Such an informative and entertaining tour - Pierre was wonderful and showed us things not in any guidebooks. We learned a ton, and he was so personable - it was really a highlight of our trip to Paris. Highly recommend!
Took a walking tour with Mark from CultureFish. He was passionate, knowledgeable and kept to time. I really enjoyed the insights he gave on the neighbourhood and our route was well spaced and super linked into the history. Loved this tour and highly recommend it,...More
Paris is a huge city, and massively overwhelming when wandering alone through the streets. However, our tour with Culturefish really brought to life the stories that existed from decades and centuries ago. My wife and I walked through Montmartre and learned of artists, writers, and...More
Two islands sit in the middle of the Seine at the very heart of Paris. The more majestic one, Ile de la Cité, sparkles with history. This is the birthplace of Paris, the home of the Gothic Sainte-Chapelle, and the site of the prison where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Tourists flock to see the iconic Notre Dame and the beautiful bridges that straddle the Seine. Ile Saint-Louis, the more provincial island,
welcomes you with cozy traditional eateries, small boutiques, and what some people say is the best ice cream in the city. This is essential Paris from its very beginnings to its modern appeal.
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The "must do" tour isn't very strenuous. You probably walk a little over a mile in all. The Montmartre tour is about the same length but a lot of stairs and steep terrain. The guides don't rush you but they have a lot to... More
The "must do" tour isn't very strenuous. You probably walk a little over a mile in all. The Montmartre tour is about the same length but a lot of stairs and steep terrain. The guides don't rush you but they have a lot to cover and keep up a good pace.
I believe so. If they are mature and like to learn and appreciate the arts then the answer is yes. I believe my oldest daughter would have appreciated it when she was 13 but my 10 year old daughter became bored easily and... More
I believe so. If they are mature and like to learn and appreciate the arts then the answer is yes. I believe my oldest daughter would have appreciated it when she was 13 but my 10 year old daughter became bored easily and may not have liked a tour like this. She is 17 and I still don't think she would appreciate Paris in genera, except the usual sights.