Private Walking Tours in Paris

3 hour Tours accompanied by a specialised English-speaking art historian

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Notre Dame Cathedral, the Sainte Chapelle and Musée National du Moyen Age
 Discover striking Gothic architecture, medieval artifacts and centuries of history and artistic heritage on this private morning or afternoon Paris walking tour. After a light French breakfast or snack of coffee and croissants by the Seine River, venture to Ile de la Cité to visit Notre Dame Cathedral and the Sainte Chapelle and admire the breathtaking architecture, stained-glass windows and religious relics inside. Then behold magnificent treasures from the Middle Ages at the Musée National du Moyen Age (Musée de Cluny).

From  € 115      See Details

Musée d'Orsay and Musée de l'Orangerie
Get an up-close look at the masterpieces of Impressionism on this private tour of the Musée d'Orsay and Musée de l'Orangerie, two of Paris' most esteemed museums. Admire beautiful works of art, including Monet's incredible 'Water Lillies' series and Renoir’s 'Bal du Moulin de la Galette,' and gain expert insight into the styles, techniques and significance of Impressionist and post–Impressionist art from your private art historian guide. Stroll through the peaceful Jardin des Tuileries in between your museum visits.

From  € 100     See Details

Les Invalides, Napoleon, and Musée Rodin Walking Tour
Delve into the history of France’s most famous rulers and artists on this private tour of Les Invalides and the Musée Rodin. Explore Les Invalides, widely considered one of Paris’ most interesting historic sites. Learn about the roles its monuments and museums have played in the city’s history. Behold the tomb of Napoléon Bonaparte, surrounded by symbols of his famous achievements and military victories and completed in 1861. Visit the 17th-century Cathédrale St Louis with your guide, and admire world-famous sculptures from famous French artist Auguste Rodin at the Rodin Museum.

From  € 100     See Details

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