Explore Paris and its little streets by following our edited itineraries. Our guided walks are fun and full of interesting facts  about Paris, they are the best way to visit the city of love.

Luxury Paris

Luxury Paris

  > This Treasure Hunt around Luxury Paris starts at the Arc de Triomphe. The metro station is ‘Charles de Gaulle – Etoile’. Arc de Triomphe The Arc de Triomphe (The triumphal arch) is one of Paris’ most famous landmarks. It…
A day out with the kids

A day out with the kids

  > This Treasure Hunt starts at the entrance to the Metro station ‘Place Monge’ in the Eastern part of the Latin Quarter. There are two exits to the metro, one of which is on ‘Place Monge’ itself, this is…
Pigalle to Montmartre

Pigalle to Montmartre

  Our walk starts at Métro Pigalle (Line 2; Line 12) and will take you through the best places to see in and around Montmatre and the Sacré Coeur. Discover the artistic Paris and the little side streets of Paris highest…
Paris off the beaten track

Paris off the beaten track

  > This Treasure Hunt starts at the entrance to the Metro station ‘Opéra’, on Place de l’Opéra. From here you have a  good view of the Opéra Palais Garnier. Before you start, we would like to recommend that you…
Butte-aux-Cailles to Quartier des Peupliers

Butte-aux-Cailles to Quartier des Peupliers

  Our walk starts at Métro Place d’Italie (Lines 5, 6 and 7) which is quite a busy place and has very little to do with the lovely village-like neighborhood known as “La Butte-aux-Cailles” that you are about to discover.…
Covered passageways around the Grands Boulevards

Covered passageways around the Grands Boulevards

  Before we start the walk, we’d like to give you a little history on the covered passageways of Paris. History of Paris’ covered passageways In Paris the 17th century saw the beginning of covered passageways lined with shops with the real…
Ile de la Cité to Bastille

Ile de la Cité to Bastille

  Our walk starts at Metro Station Cité (line 4), right where it all began some two thousands years ago when the Parisii tribe were fighting the mighty Julius Cesar and the Romans. It is more peaceful now and the home…
Saint-Germain des Prés to the Louvre

Saint-Germain des Prés to the Louvre

  We start this walk at 3, Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which is very close to the metro station of the same name on line 4. Eglise de Saint-Germain-des-Prés We begin by admiring the very old church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, from which this…
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