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Tuileries Garden

A public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde

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Cézanne 'Card Players'
This peaceful Cézanne painting is one of the Post-Impressionist’s most enduring works.
Monet 'Houses of Parliament'
A superlative example of the Impressionist style developed by Claude Monet, depicting the world in a way that no camera ever could.
Les Berges River Path
A pedestrianised recreation pathway along the river's edge
Musée de l'Orangerie
A gallery occupying the old orangery of the Tuileries Palace. Monet's water lilies are housed here
Paris Musee D'Orsay
One of the largest art museums in Europe, placed in the centre of Paris on the banks of the Seine, opposite the Tuileries Gardens, installed in the former Orsay railway station, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The museum holds mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the largest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in the world.
Rodin 'The Gates of Hell'
The plaster model in the Musée d'Orsay dates from 1917 and was inspired by the famous doors that Ghiberti had made for the baptistery in Florence.

Related Tours

Paris Je T'aime: A Half Day Highlights Tour
During this fabulous four hour walking tour of Paris you will explore the most interesting and diverse central neighbourhoods the French capital has to offer. See the sights at your own pace and adapt your tour with your guide who will be happy to offer suggestions based on your preferences. 

  • Visit the historical heart of Paris,  Île de la Cité.
  • See the Sainte-Chappelle chapel and the former Paris prison, the Conciergerie.
  • Pay a visit to the symbolic Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral.
  • Explore the wonderful haunts of the Latin Quarter, just a short walk away.
  • Learn about Paris' home of intellectual thought and see where the May '68 revolution unfolded.
  • Visit the Tuileries Gardens,  the Place de la Concorde and the Champs-Elysées.
  • End your walking tour at the stunning Pont Alexander III bridge.

Medieval Paris

One of the two remaining natural islands in the Seine, the Île de la Cité, is considered the historic heart of Paris. The medieval city of Paris was refounded here with magnificent Sainte-Chapelle and the former prison, the Conciergerie. While on Île de la Cité, you will have time to walk around the hauntingly beautiful Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral.

The Latin Quarter along the Left Bank was so named because, until the French Revolution, university students in the area spoke only Latin to their professors. You will visit this famed neighbourhood to immerse yourself in the Parisian atmosphere of yesteryear, whilst exploring the medieval streets and meandering through fantastic shops like Shakespeare and Company bookstore, Place Saint-Michel, and its gorgeous fountain.

City of Revolution 

As the tour continues, you will learn little known facts about the French Revolution. You will be exploring the beautiful Tuileries Gardens and the Place de la Concorde, the site at which Louis XVI was beheaded during the French Revolution. Whilst here do not forget to look out for the magnificent Champs-Elysées, the most famous shopping avenue in the world. Lastly, you will stop off at the Pont Alexander III, the most beautiful bridge in Paris, where you can enjoy a splendid view of the Eiffel Tower and beyond to the majestic Seine. J’aime Paris.
Paris in the Second World War Private Walking Tour
The Second World War vastly shaped the world's view of the war and shaped Paris throughout the twentieth-century. On this tour, you will: 

  • Commence your tour at the historic Jewish quarter
  • Uncover the main events of 1940-44, from occupation to resistance to collaboration to deportation to liberation
  • Discuss the economy through the stock exchange & banks 
  • Experience Parisian decadence in the Opera district 
  • Hear stories of heroism & liberation 
  • Explore traces of Paris' past through its iconic buildings and streets- Place Vendôme, rue de Rivoli, and Place de la Concorde
Amid disarray and chaos, the German army entered Paris on the 14th of June 1940, and occupied the city until the end of August 1944. Commence your experience at the heart of the third Jewish district of Paris, and uncover the historical and political circumstances that led to the outbreak of the Second World War. In this area, stops include a school and a nearby synagogue, so travellers can familiarise themselves with daily life in Paris under the occupation. You will learn about the lives of those deported, as well as tales of heroic opposition. 

Next, discuss the economic elements of the war with your expert guide, through its stock exchanges, banks, and press centres spread across the city. But life was not all about business, and Paris' cultural scene thrived with operas, cinemas, and exhibitions. Experience this at the Opera district, and compare a tale of two cities- through the Palais Garnier and Folies Bergère.

From the Opera through the grands Hôtels rue de Rivoli, uncover the remaining political and physical signs of the German presence in Paris. This experience concludes with stories of the liberation of Paris, ending at Concorde square. Here, overlook the square and hear about this troubled period, notably the works of arts stolen from the Jewish community and stored nearby, as well as the highlights of the liberation of Paris.
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