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


Munching Through the Marais

Gourmet |  History | Secret Passages


A former marshland, this fashionable district of Paris gives us a glimpse into two worlds.  Paris of the old world, with its Royal pomp and circumstance, and Paris of the modern world, with its chic boutiques and trendy cafes.  The Marais has been home to the Jewish community, royal elites, and working class revolutionaries over the last four centuries.  We dive into the quartier to explore all the nooks and crannies that centuries of indulgence and hardship have left behind. We’ll explore private mansions and hidden streets, taste delicious artisanal pastries and regional delights, and savor the sights and sounds of one of Paris’ most charming neighborhoods.

Details at a Glance
 Private guided tour
– 3 gourmet tastings
– 220 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2-hour visit

Père Lachaise: Icons Entombed

Icons | History | Unique

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Paris’ largest cemetery is home to some of the most famous residents of the French capital – if you can find them, that is! Allow your guide to escort you through this labyrinth and introduce you to its most illustrious inhabitants: learn the legend surrounding a strange missing item from the tomb of Oscar Wilde, discover which famous pianist was buried without his heart, and understand once and for all how famed Doors front man Jim Morrison was laid to rest in the City of Light.

Details at a Glance
– Private guided tour
– 195 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2.5-hour visit


Secret Montmartre

History | Art | Off the Beaten Path

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Beyond the famous Basilica there lies a village steeped in history of artists, pleasure-seekers and religious roots.  While most visit the hill for the Moulin Rouge and Sacre Coeur, we’ll explore beyond the famous landmarks to uncover even more!  As we walk the hill you’ll see hidden haunts of famous artists like Renoir and Picasso, peaceful streets that feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of Paris and secret spots perfect for soaking up the famous joie de vivre. Steer clear of the crowds and discover the village-like charm of the real Montmartre.

Details at a Glance
– Private guided tour
– 195 € total (based on two people)
– Approximately 2-hour visit