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Welcome to Walking Tours of Paris! We invite you to see The City of Light as a local, not merely as a visitor. Walking Tours of Paris was created with the notion of helping visitors and locals see Paris as it was meant to be seen, on foot and off...more
This was my first trip in my 50's, to Paris and I am so pleased to have had a fantastic tour to start my trip. Thomas is a young Brittish guide with a true passion for history and love of his adopted city. Two hours...More
This was an awesome tour. You definitely want to be on team Adam. Adam is maybe the best tour guide around. He tells you the background and makes the museum come alive. This is a highlights tour, so you see the most important pieces. Definitely...More
Me and my family did a private walking tour of Paris with Ellen. It was a total of 6 people , four of us and two others. Ellen was great and knowledgeable. We walked and learned about Paris. We ate Macaroons which was delicious. Ellen...More
We booked our walking tour of Montmartre well in advance which was helpful. The meeting area was easily found and the tour guide very enthusiastic. we ended up a group of two(!) and got very personalized service. Our guide, Joanna, was very solicitous and gave...More
Zach is a terrific guide. Super-knowledgeable about Parisian history, full of fun stories from the Romans to the death of Marie Antoinette. He was very generous with advice about places to see and with recommendations for restaurants. And he was very friendly. I definitely recommend...More
We did the free walking tour with Alberto and the exeperience was amazing. The tour was funny, engaging, educational and inspiring. Alberto was very knowledgeable and provided interesting historical context and imaginative explanations for each of the sites we visited.
We did the Free Walking Paris tour with Holly. She was fantastic! She had such excitement for the history and stories of Paris. It was a wonderful introduction to Paris. We loved the tour so much we later used Sandemans for the Latin District Tour...More
Walked to the Notre Dame cathedral so hubby could take pictures of the buttresses. While there, I stumbled on a tour guide speaking English and explaining the cathedral to a crowd of folks. I asked one of the tourists about how to get on the...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendor. This neighborhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.