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Auvers-sur-Oise and Giverny Small-Group Day Trip from Paris

Auvers-sur-Oise and Giverny Small-Group Day Trip from Paris - Paris, France
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Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
Location: Paris, France

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$246.20

Pay homage to Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet on a full-day small group tour from Paris. You'll take a guided tour of Auvers sur Oise, the village where Vincent van Gogh spent his last 100 days and travel to Giverny to see Monet's house and gardens ... More info ›

Pay homage to Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet on a full-day small group tour from Paris. You'll take a guided tour of Auvers sur Oise, the village where Vincent van Gogh spent his last 100 days and travel to Giverny to see Monet's house and gardens. You'll be picked up and dropped off at your centrally located Paris hotel by air-conditioned minivan. Maximum of only 8 passengers and ensures you'll receive individual attention from your expert tour guide.

Travel to Giverny to visit Claude Monet's house and gardens. Your tour takes in Monet's restored home, garden and workshop at Giverny, where Monet lived from 1883 to 1926. A particular highlight is the water-lily pond with its famous Japanese bridge which featured in many of Monet's masterpieces.

Visit the Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny. Artists traveled to Giverny to meet Claude Monet and draw inspiration from his impressionist techniques. Next, enjoy lunch at the Moulin de Fourges before arriving at Auvers sur Oise.

The final stop on your artists' tour before returning to Paris is a visit to Auvers sur Oise, where Vincent van Gogh painted his last works before his death here in 1890.

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Paris' Pere Lachaise Gravestone Walking Tour

Paris' Pere Lachaise Gravestone Walking Tour - Paris, France
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Paris, France

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$24.74

Visit one of the most romantic and mysterious sites in Paris on a small group walking tour through Pere LaChaise cemetery. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.

Most people wouldn’t include a cemetery on their list of things to do when visiting a new city, but Paris' Pere LaChaise is different ... More info ›

Visit one of the most romantic and mysterious sites in Paris on a small group walking tour through Pere LaChaise cemetery. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.

Most people wouldn’t include a cemetery on their list of things to do when visiting a new city, but Paris' Pere LaChaise is different. Some of the most expensive and coveted grave real estate in the world, Pere LaChaise is home to 70,000 dead, including some of the most famous artists, writers and musicians the world has ever known.

The graves of the famous dead include the American musician Jim Morrison, Irish author Oscar Wilde, and French writers Balzac and Proust. On your guided meander through this romantic labyrinth of stones, trees and paths, your guide will point out the famous graves and hidden eccentricities that make this famous cemetery so special.

Discover one of the greatest and most tragic love stories of all time - that of Heloise and Abelard, now buried side by side after long years of separation. As we pass Chopin’s tomb you can almost hear his best-known piece, the Funeral Dirge. We’ll also find the resting place of Molière, the famous French playwright.

Join us on this extraordinary tour of Paris Pere LaChaise and hear the stories of the great people buried in this very special cemetery.

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Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends Night Walking Tour of Paris

Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends Night Walking Tour of Paris - Paris, France
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Paris, France

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$27.09

For many, Paris by night is a place of romance and moonlit walks along the Seine. For others, it’s a place of mystery and the ghosts of the past that haunt city streets ... More info ›

For many, Paris by night is a place of romance and moonlit walks along the Seine. For others, it’s a place of mystery and the ghosts of the past that haunt city streets. This walking tour of Paris’ ghosts, mysteries and legends takes you on a journey through the hidden Paris – when the City of Light is finally dark. As you visit tucked-away streets off the beaten path, you’ll hear intriguing ghost stories and legends that will bring a chill to the night's air, as well as little-known facts about Paris and its history.

Today, Paris is the City of Light – the home of fashion and the center of art and culture in France. But it wasn’t always that way. Paris has a long, tragic history of murder and execution, of rampant disease among the lower classes and of bitter wars fought against a corrupt monarchy.

This nighttime walking tour of Paris’ ghosts, mysteries and legends takes place under a cloak of darkness, winding down alleyways and cutting through the hushed silence of the night. You will go to the sites of some of Paris’ darkest hours – the Place de la Vert Gallant, St Germain de Auxerrois (where some say 30,000 were killed in the St Bartholomew’s Day massacre in 1572) and the Palais du Justice (where those found guilty by the court were routinely tortured and executed before live audiences).

You will travel through areas wracked by the plague, the French Revolution, the Paris Commune and Nazi rule. You will learn about the characters that molded the city, from Napoleon and Marie Antoinette to Henry IV and the serial killers that once stalked these very streets.

The Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends Night Walking Tour of Paris offers a rare opportunity to glimpse a side of Paris you won’t see advertised on postcards. It’s a chance to learn a little more about the City of Light and those who loved, hated, died and killed there.

Sites visited on the walking tour:

  • Place de la Vert Gallant
  • St Germain de Auxerrois
  • La Fontaine de la Croix du Trahoir
  • Rue de la Ferronnerie
  • Square of the Innocents
  • The Rat Trap Shop (as seen in the movie Ratatouille)
  • Tour St Jacques
  • La Fontaine du Palmier
  • The River Seine
  • The Conciergerie
  • Ile de la Cité
  • Palais du Justice
  • Hotel Dieu
  • Hotel de ville

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Conversational French Language Class in Paris

Conversational French Language Class in Paris - Paris, France
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Paris, France

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$58.90

Improve your French in Paris with a 1.5-hour conversational French language class at the famous Café de Flore. In a small group of five people maximum, you’ll have a great opportunity to learn the basics or enrich your current skills – choose either a beginner or intermediate class ... More info ›

Improve your French in Paris with a 1.5-hour conversational French language class at the famous Café de Flore. In a small group of five people maximum, you’ll have a great opportunity to learn the basics or enrich your current skills – choose either a beginner or intermediate class. You’ll have instruction and discussion at the café and then enjoy a guided tour of Paris’ beautiful of Saint-Germain-des-Prés area.

Parlez-vous français? Take a beginner or intermediate French language class at Paris’ famous Café de Flore, frequented throughout the ages by several famous writers, actors and artists. Café de Flore has always been a good spot to see artists and celebrities, from André Malraux in the 1930s to Brigitte Bardot in the 1960s to Johnny Depp today.

With a maximum of five people, your French language class allows you to grip the basics of conversational French in a small-group environment. If you're totally new to the language or wish to refresh your knowledge from your school days, the Beginner Class is the ideal introduction. Alternatively, if you already have a good grasp of the basics and would like to improve your grammar and pronunciation, the Intermediate Class is the one for you.

Both classes are taught by qualified English-speaking teachers who will deliver enough tips to get you by on the rest of your Paris vacation! Classes include a 45-minute discussion with a complimentary coffee (included in the class price), followed by a 45-minute walking tour of Saint-Germain-des-Prés with your instructor. The walking tour is a great chance to practice your newly acquired French-speaking skills while enjoying the history of this fascinating Parisian neighborhood. Saint-Germain-des-Prés, also known as the Latin Quarter, is a past hangout of many French writers and philosophers.

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Treasures of the Opera Garnier Tour in Paris

Treasures of the Opera Garnier Tour in Paris - Paris, France
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Paris, France

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$18.26

Explore the decadent Opera Garnier in Paris on a 1.5-hour, comprehensive walking tour. Designed by French architect Charles Garnier in the late 1800s, this incredible Neo-Baroque opera house is one of Europe’s largest and is sure to leave you awestruck with its elegant interior ... More info ›

Explore the decadent Opera Garnier in Paris on a 1.5-hour, comprehensive walking tour. Designed by French architect Charles Garnier in the late 1800s, this incredible Neo-Baroque opera house is one of Europe’s largest and is sure to leave you awestruck with its elegant interior. Explore the auditorium, main staircase (Grand Escalier), Grand Foyer and Member’s Rotunda with your expert guide, and hear how the building inspired the setting for the legendary ‘Phantom of the Opera’ musical.

The incredible Opera Garnier is Paris’ main opera house, and one of the largest in Europe with nearly 2,000 seats. Officially named Palais Garnier in recognition of its luxurious grandeur and elaborate décor, the opera house is simply a joy to explore, with lavish rooms ‘round every corner.

Meet your expert guide inside the Opera Garnier for your 1.5-hour walking tour around this beautiful Neo-Baroque building. Strolling through the sumptuous Member’s Rotunda, you’ll see the intricate floor mosaics and glamorous wall lights that enchanted privileged opera house guests in earlier days.

Continue to the main marble staircase, flanked by impressive bronze statues carved in the likeness of Greek gods like the Prophetess Pythia. As you walk, your guide will point out the most notable monuments while explaining the opera house’s intriguing history. Learn of world-famous operas that have been hosted here, including La Traviata, and hear how the building inspired the setting for Gaston Leroux’s novel and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical The Phantom of the Opera.

As you enter the massive auditorium, your breath will be taken away with the sight of its plush red velvet seats, alabaster cherubs and golf-leaf balcony embellishments. The stage is framed by an extravagant chandelier that glitters over all the activity in the auditorium below.

Wander through the lounges and the Grand Foyer, where audiences amble during intervals, and admire the richly decorated mosaic tiles, paintings and mirrors that were intended to resemble the gallery of a classic French chateau. Your tour normally finishes here, and you can continue exploring independently if you wish.

Alternatively, opt for an after-hours tour to see the spectacular theater without the crowds. You will see the same areas as the daytime tours, but with just your group, the setting appears to be even more impressive!

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Secrets, Art and History in the Louvre

Secrets, Art and History in the Louvre - Paris, France

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Paris, France

From USD
$70.68

A highlight tour in the Louvre with videos on an tablet to help you understand every detail about the most important museum of the world.

This experience starts in front of Glass Pyramid. (Please, buy your tickets online on the Museum Official Website a few days before )We'll skip the line of visitors, and you'll have access, as chronologically as possible, to the main masterpieces of the Louvre ... More info ›

A highlight tour in the Louvre with videos on an tablet to help you understand every detail about the most important museum of the world.

This experience starts in front of Glass Pyramid. (Please, buy your tickets online on the Museum Official Website a few days before )We'll skip the line of visitors, and you'll have access, as chronologically as possible, to the main masterpieces of the Louvre. You'll also see the medieval moats of the ancient fortress that stood here 800 years ago, and was only discovered during the 1985 excavations for the construction of the Pyramid. On a tablet I'll show you movies based on the Louvre Palace history, 3D models of its changes throughout the centuries, and much more. Videos collected and edited by myself. You definitely won't regret it.

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