Catacombs: A Macabre Labyrinth

Macabre |  History | Underground

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A mere twenty meters underground, a dark underworld containing the remains of six million Parisians reminds us the “City of Lights” isn’t always so bright. Delve into the world’s largest necropolis in this rarely-seen aspect of French history, made world-famous for it’s macabre galleries of Parisian bones. Listen to the haunting tales of life in the 18th century Paris and of lives cut short by plagues, wars and the sharp edge of the guillotine.

Details at a Glance
– Private guided tour
– Skip-the-line entry
– 250 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2-hour visit

Louvre Highlights: Myths & Masters

Art | History | Secrets

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Make the most of your time. While everyone else waits for hours just to enter the Louvre, you and your guide will already be exploring the world’s most famous museum. Instead of tediously searching for the most well-known pieces and navigating the intricate galleries, let your guide lead you in a quest for discovery. This tour will help you see beyond the stunning architecture and world famous masterpieces to explore the stories and scandals behind the pieces and the artists who created them.

Details at a Glance
– Private guided tour
– Skip-the-line entry
– 280 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2.5-hour visit

Musée d’Orsay: Meeting the Impressionists

Colorful  |  Art  |  Innovative

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“Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love.” – Claude Monet

Learn both to understand and to love the works of Impressionist masters like Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Edgar Degas. Housed within a 19th century train station, the Musée d’Orsay is home to one of the most exquisite collections of Impressionist art in the world. Follow your guide through the discovery of this beautiful museum, and finish with an exquisite view from the clock face at the top of the monument.

Details at a Glance
– Private guided tour
– Skip-the-line entry
– 220 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2-hour visit

Tip: Consider booking this as part of our Art Immersion Day Tour. Spend the morning at the Louvre uncovering pre-20th century masterpieces before enjoying a typically French lunch with your guide. Then it’s just a quick walk across the bridge to explore late-19th and 20th century art at the Musée d’Orsay.