Paris Walking Tour: Classic Paris

Paris Walking Tour: Classic Paris
Walking & Biking Tours > Walking Tours > City Walk
$29.41
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

Take a walk around Paris with a local guide and see another side of this beautiful city. Walking with a local to guide you and share insights and stories is the best way to tour the classic sights of Paris. The walking tour of Classic Paris offers a complete overview of Paris from the ground up. Virtually every major site in the city center is covered, including the Place de la Concorde, the Louvre Museum, Napoléon's Tomb, the Tuileries Gardens and, of course, the Eiffel Tower.

With plenty of photo opportunities and breaks, this walking tour of Paris is comprehensive but not too strenuous. Along the way your friendly guide will share the history of Paris and its famous monuments, people, buildings and boulevards.

Sights on the Paris Walking Tour include:

  • Louvre Museum, the former seat of the French throne and now the grandest museum in the world
  • Orsay Museum, world famous for its Impressionist collection
  • Lunch - settle down at a charming cafe nestled in the Tuileries Gardens (lunch not included)
  • Place de la Concorde, the site of royal beheadings during the French Revolution
  • Pont Alexander III, the most beautiful bridge in Paris
  • Les Invalides and Napoleon's Tomb, a beautiful complex topped with the golden dome over the Emperor's tomb
  • Ecole Militaire, former French military school with World War II damage still scarring the facade
  • Eiffel Tower, built in 1889 and still the eternal symbol of Paris

Take a walk around Paris with a local guide and see another side of this beautiful city. Walking with a local to guide you and share insights and stories is the best way to tour the classic sights of Paris. The walking tour of Classic Paris offers a complete overview of Paris from the ground up. Virtually every major site in the city center is covered, including the Place de la Concorde, the Louvre Museum, Napoléon's Tomb, the Tuileries Gardens and, of course, the Eiffel Tower.