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Paris Walking Tour

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Paris Walking Tour highlights

  • Join a 2-hour guided walking tour of Paris' magnificent architectural marvels and get historical insights

  • Be stunned at the sight of various attractions like Pont du Alexander III, Egyptian obelisk, Eiffel Tower, and Les Invalides 

  • See historical landmarks like Louvre Museum and Musee D’Orsay, home to significant art pieces

  • Be accompanied by an English-speaking tour guide to know interesting tales and facts about the monuments, attractions, and the capital city

  • Enjoy walking alongside the Seine River and in Tuileries Gardens filled with beautiful chestnut trees

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Outside the Hôtel Tourisme Avenue
66 Av. de la Motte-Picquet, 75015 Paris, France

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  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 0.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
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Paris Walking Tour overview

Activity Location: 66 Av. de la Motte-Picquet, 75015 Paris, France

Activity Timing: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Activity Duration: 2 hours

About Paris Walking Tour:

Explore the enchanting city of Paris on a 2-hour walking tour that will take you through some of the city's most popular tourist destinations. Starting at the iconic Eiffel Tower, walk through the Louvre Museum, Musee D'Orsay, Place de Concorde, and more. Gain insights into the history and rich culture of France from an experienced tour guide and marvel at attractions like the Pont du Alexander III, Les Invalides, and the Tuileries Gardens. Take a break and capture unforgettable memories with stunning views of Paris. Book the Paris Walking tour and share fun moments in the City of Love!

About the Paris Walking Tour:

  • Enjoy a wonderful day in Paris as you explore the various renowned locations of the city in a 3 hour walking tour.
  • Admire the magnificent Eiffel Tower, an iconic symbol of Paris, built by the famous French civil engineer, Gustave Eiffel.
  • Cross the stunning Pont Alexandre III Bridge and learn about its history and architecture.
  • Visit the world-famous Louvre Museum and admire its magnificent renaissance architecture style.
  • Take a stroll through the beautiful Tuileries Gardens, surrounded by chestnut trees, and stop for a refreshment break at a café (at your own cost).
  • Walk alongside the River Seine and marvel at the beauty of the Place de Concorde and the Egyptian obelisk.
  • See other iconic landmarks like Ecole Militaire, Les Invalides, Grand & Petit Palais and many more.
  • Book your Paris Walking tour and learn about the rich history and culture of Paris with the help of a knowledgeable guide.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The activity location is 5.7 km from the city center, it will take 18 minutes via the Av. de la Motte-Picquet route.
  • By Bus: Take a bus to La Motte - Picquet Grenelle station which is 50 meters away from the attraction. You can reach the activity location from the bus station within a 1-minute walk.
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Paris Walking Tour faqs

What is a Paris walking tour?

A Paris walking tour is a guided tour that explores the city's attractions and hidden gems on foot.

What should I wear on a Paris walking tour?

Wear light, cotton, breathable fabric such as cotton, rayon and linen for your Paris walking tour. If you are here during the summer, women can also wear summer dresses and a hat and carry an umbrella. You can also take along a lightweight jacket for days with erratic weather conditions, along with shades, a scarf and comfortable walking shoes.

How long do Paris walking tours usually last?

A Paris walking tour typically lasts about 2 to 4 hours and usually covers a specific neighborhood or area of the city. It is primarily a guided tour that is done on foot with an expert in that region who gives you distinct insights about the place.

What are some popular places to visit on a Paris walking tour?

  • The Louvre: This massive state-of-the-art museum is a must-visit during your Paris walking tour to enjoy the true essence of the city’s glittering past. You can witness thousands of exquisite works of art as well as unique temporary exhibitions here.
  • Pere Lachaise Cemetery: Set off on a guided Paris walking tour through Pere Lachaise Cemetery in the 20th Arrondissement which is the final resting place of some very famous names in history such as Oscar Wilde, Gertrude Stein and Jim Morrison. 
  • Montmartre: Explore one of the most charming neighborhoods in Paris that is located around the hilly northern district. Stop by some of the cozy restaurants for some delectable local fare.
  • The Paris Catacombs: Prepare to get spooked at one of the city’s most eerie attractions located in the underground ossuaries. Witness the remains of over six million Parisians that are held in these dark tunnels. 
  • Eiffel Tower: A Paris walking tour would be incomplete without a visit to one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. Enjoy a spectacular view of the city as you climb the summit of the monument.
  • Notre Dame Cathedral: Visit one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the city and climb to the top of the towers for a mesmerizing view of the city.
  • Champs Elysées: Enjoy looking at some of the most impressive sculptures that adorn this spectacular monument during one of the best Paris walking tours. Learn about the greatest victories of the country that are engraved on the arc here.
  • Palace of Versailles: This is considered to be one of the best Paris walking tours as you delve deep into France’s history, captivating artwork, lavish décor, furniture and accommodations.
  • The Latin Quarter - Luxembourg Park: Take a walk around the Latin Quarter which houses several prestigious higher education institutions. Go through the beautiful gardens that surround the Palais du Luxembourg.
  • Place De La Concorde: Enjoy learning about the history of the region as you tour the largest square in France that was built in honor of King Louis XV’s recovery. Take a closer look at the fountains and figures as you walk around them.

Are Paris walking tours suitable for children?

Yes, some of the best Paris walking tours have been specially customized for children by including places such as the Louvre Museum, Disneyland, Zoological Park and Treasure Hunts.

Can I customize a Paris walking tour to my interests?

Yes, you can customize your walking tour in accordance with your preferences and needs. You can include places that tell a story if you are interested in history. Take the weather into consideration and plan your tour based on it along with the stops and other modifications.

What is the best time of day to take a Paris walking tour?

If you are visiting Paris during the autumn and winter months, the best time to take a walking tour is during the day when the temperatures are warm and pleasant, ideal for traveling around the city on foot. If you are here during the summer, it is best to go on a walking tour early morning or evening when the weather is cooler and crowds are the least. 

Will I have free time on a Paris walking tour to explore on my own?

It depends on the itinerary you choose whether you will have any free time to explore on your own. If it is a guided tour, you have to tour with an experienced guide who will usually have a fixed plan. However, there are other tours that you can choose from which will offer you a leisure time to explore at your own pace.

Are there any zoos in Paris?

  • Paris Zoological Park: Commonly known as the Vincennes Zoo, this is a charming place to visit for both the young and the old. You can witness over a thousand animals from about 180 different species housed here. From pumas, penguins and sea lions to giraffes, lions, zebras and wolves, you can witness them all here. 
  • Garden of plants: This public garden, popularly known as the Jardin des Plantes, is one of the best places in the city to stroll, relax, and enjoy a peaceful time. The massive area comprises about eleven gardens including an ecological garden, a rose and rock garden and a maze.
  • Aquarium de Paris: This exquisite aquarium is located under the hill of Chaillot between the Trocadero and the Seine in Paris and is a great place to visit. It boasts the largest shark tank in the entire country along with about 50 basins, 2500 jellyfish, 10,000 fish and 750 coral colonies.

What are the popular shopping spots in Paris?

  • Louvre and Tuileries District: Enjoy shopping for the best in fashion and design by visiting this famous shopping district in Paris. Walk through flagship shops of some of the most famous brands and explore everything from classic designers like Versace, Hermes, and Saint Laurent to trendy boutiques and concept stores.
  • Boulevard Haussmann and the Grands Boulevards: Visit the old Parisian department stores that are housed in this famous neighborhood. You will find a range of merchandise here starting from designer collections for men and women and gourmet food to home design, jewelry, and hardware.
  • The Marais: If you are looking for a shopping destination in Paris that features everything from high-fashion and high-quality chains to vintage stores, this is where you should be headed. Enjoy buying artisan and handcrafted jewelry, cosmetics, and antiques and visiting the best fine art galleries and perfumeries.
  • Avenue Montaigne and the Champs-Elysées: This is one of the city’s most popular shopping areas featuring legendary designers like Chanel and Dior. You will find flagship stores of some of the biggest names in luxury fashion as well as a kid-friendly Disney store with some amazing displays.
  • Paris Flea Market: A great place to visit if you are looking for good bargains and odd objects. Spend an afternoon exploring the flea market and picking up merchandise ranging from antique furniture to vintage clothes at great discounts.

What is the difference between a guided and self-guided Paris walking tour?

  • Guided tour: A guided tour involves an experienced guide in your group who will accompany you from the start to the finish of the tour. In this kind of tour, you will be bound by a specifically designed itinerary that includes specialized activities planned by the tour operators. 
  • Self-guided tour: In a self-guided tour you will be at a more relaxed pace where you can explore at your own pace along with all of the transfers and logistics taken care of. In case you opt for it, you will be met by a local guide at a specific point of the tour.
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