Let's go for a walk in Paris ! Aucun commentaire Share on Twitter or Facebook The 20 March 2013

Be sure that one day (we hope as soon as possible) spring will come back in Paris ! As it is the ideal season to visit the city, here is a not exhaustive list of websites which will suggest you going for a walk in Paris.

is the leading language Walking Tour Company in Paris since 1994. With their very professional staff, you can visit all the spots that make Paris a wonderful place of beauty, History and mystery. See their basic programme on line. You can also have more original walks like a chocolate or a fashion one.

Each of the tours of Classicwalksparis.com follows a carefully planned route so that you see and learn as much as possible. Some of our tours give broad overviews of the city (Classic Walk), some offer themed subjects (French Revolution Walk and World War II Walk), and others focus on a specific area of the city (Marais Walk, Montmartre Walk and Latin Quarter Walk). All tours offer a number of photo opportunities, a relaxed pace and interesting information. See the tour details on line.

tours are offered by native City Guides who know what it’s like to live in Paris. They will be eager to take you around their favorite neighborhoods and glad to give you personal insights into life in our city – where to go out, shop, drink, dine and experience the city. An hour with a Discover Walks guide is like strolling around with a new friend. On these free walking tours (you’ll have to give them a tip from 11 to 13 euros), you’ll have the opportunity to visit the greatest districts of Paris (see the programme on line). If you want a more eccentric way to discover the city of Lights, you can also book a tour in typical Parisian flee markets or attend to a French fun cooking class.

At last, If you want to go all by yourself for a walk through paris, you can download on Paris Info the official website of  the Paris Tourist Office 12 themed walks in order to discover the mythical Paris, its monuments, its villages, the Seine, and so more…