Place de l’Opera

This square is the crossroads of several major Parisian roads, notably the avenue de l'Opéra, the boulevard des Capucines, and the boulevard des Italiens.

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The Louvre Museum
The Louvre is the biggest museum in the world. Inside you’ll find the jewels of every civilisation since prehistory.
The Mona Lisa
There’s little that can be said about the world's most famous painting that hasn’t been said before. But don’t miss it...
Tuileries Garden
A public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde
Place Vendôme
An iconic symbol of luxury since the avant-gardists (re)invention of fashion during the 19th century.
Palais Garnier
The iconic opera house was designed by an architect so unknown at the time that on opening night, he was not recognized and had to queue to enter his own masterpiece.
Grande Synagogue de Paris
Built in 1874, the 'Synagogue de la Victoire' provided Parisian jews with a place of worship that reflected the community’s huge demographic, economic and cultural development at the end of the 19th century.

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The Birth of Fashion in Paris Live Virtual Tour
Home to the most popular and recognized fashion houses in the world, Paris is not only the city of love but the world's fashion capital.
On this live virtual tour, your professional tour guide will take you on a walk through the most fabulous Parisian streets where you will discover the most luxurious brands while you hear the stories of Coco Chanel, Paul Poiret, Didier Ludot, the birth of Louis Vuitton, and how Hermes transitioned from leatherwear to scarves and bags.

You will see: 
  • Palais Royal, one of the first shopping centers where designer boutiques could be found that gave Paris its fashion fame.
  • Maison de Rose Bertin, Queen Marie Antoinette dressmaker,
  • Paris Opera, one of the most important buildings in Paris,
  • Rue de la Paix, formerly known as rue Napoléon where you will find a mix of shops,
  • The House of Worth, a high fashion house that specializes in high couture, whose designer Charles Frederick Worth caught the attention of the Empress Eugénie, wife of Emperor Napoleon III of France in the XIX century,
  • The House of Jeanne Paquin, known as the “Queen of Haute Couture” Jeanne Paquin was a pioneer in the industry,
  • Place du Marché Saint Honoré, a square with a rich history,
  • Rue Saint honoré, where iconic fashion houses like Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, and Christian Dior can be found.
If you are a fashion lover and want to learn more about the most famous French houses while admiring the beautiful streets of Paris, this is the perfect tour for you!



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