The history of the Jewish Community in Paris with stories from Holocaust survivors and their families, Rabbis, and Jewish friends in Paris.
Sights You’ll See
• Marais: main Jewish neighborhood in Paris
• Place des Vosges
• Hotel de Sully
• Famous synagogue of Hector Guimard
• Oldest synagogue in Paris
• Musée Carnavalet (exterior)
• Renowned Israeli restaurant L’As du Falafel (VIP lunch break!)
• SHOAH Holocaust Memorial & Museum
…and much more
• Tour length: 3 hours
• Meeting location in central Paris (details on confirmation email after you book)
• Sit-down history break inside local synagogue – except for in rare cases of increased neighborhood security
• VIP Lunch break at famous L’As du Falafel (individual expense). We suggest bringing 10-12 € for food and drink.
• This is one of the most serious of our tours, even though we keep it quite light. Ask us if you’re worried about booking with children!
• Guides: Founder Karen and Steph (read about our team)
• Price: 65€/person
• Availability: Sunday – Friday 11am.
• Not available Jewish holidays.
• Maximum participants: 12
• Children 10 and under – 15€ discount
• Note that tips are never expected, but always appreciated if you enjoyed your experience
• All bookings are subject to our Tour Policies
Difficulty: Easy *
• Note that due to high demand, this tour is not available to book through our calendar
• Send us an email letting us know what dates you will be in Paris
• We’ll let you know what we have available! Thank you for your understanding.
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Wherever we travel we always seek out a Jewish Tour to get a particular perspective, and see how historical events (both pre and post World War II) have shaped neighborhoods and countries in general.
This tour did not disappoint. As many others have stated, Karen is extremely knowledgeable and points out things a long the way one would not notice unless you were told. She is able to create an image of how things uses to look like and also explain how and why things transformed to how they look now. She facilitates entry into buildings one would otherwise have troubles seeing (or even knowing they were there).
She also makes it easy to get into a fabulous falafel restaurant, one we even returned to on our own. Given her knowledge and ability to navigate the neighborhood, even during the time of unrest in multiple cities\countries, we always felt safe and cared for.
Whether you are Jewish or not, you will learn a lot and enjoy this tour very much. It was memorable and we would absolutely repeat it on future visits to Paris.