English speaking artists and performers guide you on an entertaining journey through Paris.
Paris Along the Seine
The BEST intro to Paris, including Notre Dame and the Louvre.
Eat Like a Parisian
NEW!Get off the beaten path and discover where (and what) real Parisians eat.
Full day in Versailles touring gardens and palace with your guide.
The Sweet Street
NEW!Indulge your sweet tooth in a truly Parisian fashion. Great for souvenirs!
Keys to the Louvre
NEW! See all of the Louvre’s juiciest highlights on this semi-private tour.
Louvre: Game On!
A family-friendly interactive tour of the Louvre’s best highlights. Perfect for children 12 and under.
Tickle Your Tastebuds
Visit a Parisian market and café. Snacks included!
Jewish History of Le Marais
Take in Jewish history, landmarks, and humor in this quintessential Parisian neighborhood.
Time Travel to Montmartre
Explore Paris’s artistic history with the Moulin Rouge, Van Gogh, and more.
Orsay Only the Best
NEW! The most impressive Impressionist art collection awaits – let us show you the best of it.
Secrets of the Night
Secret legends and spooky myths lurk in the Latin Quarter.
Grand Versailles Gardens
An afternoon in the royal gardens, and the juicy stories to go with.
Pere Lachaise Cemetery
Peacefully explore this famous and beautiful cemetery, home to the graves of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, and more.
Paris Whirlwind by Car
See it all in this custom designed chauffeur-driven tour through Paris.
Starting at 108 € / person
We do it all, from concierge to custom car tours.
Why you'll love us
Maybe it's because we all just happened to stay in Paris after visiting years ago. Or maybe it's our one-of-a-kind booking process that lets you choose your own start time for most tours. Perhaps it's because our guides are hand-picked artists and performers who were born to entertain. We'll let you decide.
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Skip the eiffel tower shirts and come home with some delicious, unique souvenirs instead. Picture this – it’s your last day in Paris. You’ve seen all of the major monuments, the stunning architecture, and the pretty parks. You’ve drank the wine, you’ve had some laughs, you’ve maybe even done a few tours with us! You’ve[…]
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How to avoid that 50 euro meal of stale bread and flat beer. Stale bread and flat beer, you may scoff. In Paris? Incomprehensible! But… though Paris is known for stellar food, there IS indeed a darker side to eating out in the Capital of Cuisine. Yes, I’m referring to the Paris Tourist Trap Restaurant.[…]
Ecology in Paris is not an abstract idea, it’s our health, our quality of life, and the means of the future. That’s a quote from Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris. She’s been a big factor in Paris’ recent push to be less polluting and more ecological. Of course as the city that hosted the COP21[…]
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For those days when you don’t give a damn about diets (aka those days when you’re French). Is it funny because it’s true, or sad because it’s true? The French certainly don’t seem to go on diets, generally keeping to their carb & cream with a side of wine ways. I’m sure they don’t eat[…]
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If you have been in Paris in January, you know what I mean when I say ‘brrrrrrr’. Winter sweeps a chill through the city, one that seeps through layers and layers of sweaters and socks… Now, in reality the temperature isn’t really that cold (never below 30°F), but you know what they say: everything is[…]
The French have given us more than just good wine and sweet treats… turns out they have a way with words, as well. We really can’t discuss literature without mentioning a few of the French greats. Where would we be without one-liners like ‘Love is a reciprocal torture’? Thanks Monsieur Proust! Read on below to[…]
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This holiday season, give them gifts they’ll actually thank you for. Enough with the keychains, notebooks, and cufflinks splattered with “I love you Paris”. Down with the Eiffel tower salt shakers, the Paris skyline magnets, the berets, lthe badly-translated wall art… This holiday season, gift something unique! Something your Paris lover will actually appreciate and[…]
The best 2016 Paris Christmas Markets, along with pros, cons, and a map In French it’s Marché de Noël. In English you would say Christmas markets or Holiday markets. In German it’s Christkindlmarkt. Well, whatever you call it, these markets are an amazing part of winter in Paris. Below you’ll find this year’s top Paris[…]
Your peek into the life of the Paris-loving literary genius “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” Source: Napoleon Sarony, Wikimedia commons Most people exist, and most people have heard this quote at least once in their lives. It comes from Oscar Wilde, an Irish writer who[…]
This Paris park boasts more than just grass to keep you happy. If you’ve seen the Versailles gardens, then you know what a French style garden is. And you equally know that Parc Monceau, as a breath of fresh air, is not a French style garden. Despite (or in light of) that, it really has[…]
Celebrating Halloween in Paris just got easier. Halloween in Paris is not on the same level as elsewhere in the world (lookin’ at you, United States). But as a holiday, it IS catching on here, slowly but surely! Masks, face paints, costumes (rental or purchase), decorations…. You can now find them all in Paris. As[…]
I learned what nuit blanche meant shortly after arriving in France to study. I was trying to explain the American university experience to a French friend. In my fumbling French, I described the typical approach to final exams. (For me) that involved far too many sleepless nights at the library, lips glued to cans of[…]