Fort de Sucy, built between 1879 and 1881, is part of the ‘second ring’ of fortifications around Paris, a defence system designed by military engineer General Séré de Rivières following the siege of the capital in 1870. Free guided tours on the first Sunday of the month.
Stand-up paddle is the latest trend in water sports, and you don’t need to go to the seaside to try it! Just 15 minutes from the centre of Paris, there is an idyllic little stretch of the river where you can glide across the water, paddle around beautiful islands and explore a picturesque canal.
Discover the Aligre market, one of the most famous Parisian food markets during a 2h30 walking tour with a food expert guide!
By privatizing a Green River Cruises boat, offer your loved ones the opportunity to discover the Marne differently during a 1 hour cruise from Nogent-sur-Marne.
Let’s dive for two hours into the history of the cinema around the Eiffel Tower, the star among the stars, and the district of Passy.
Follow your guide Bruno Granozio on an architectural tour of the area around the Institut du Monde Arabe and discover the history of this district’s urban development. Language: French speaking visit only.
Visit sold out for now. Please check other dates available or leave your email and we will contact you. From Passage Brady to the areas around La Chapelle, follow the path of Indian culture in Paris. Learn about the history of the communities settled around Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. Age minimum: free for children under -14 years old Language: French speaking visit only
Find out about the urban farm Zone Sensible during a guided tour with the chef gardener of the Parti Poétique.
Like every sumptuous and famous places, the Palais Garnier of Paris has its mysteries, myths and incredible stories.
Explore the area around the Gare Montparnasse with your guide Bruno Granozio and discover some of its architectural gems. Language: French speaking visit only.
Discover a hidden side to Paris’s Marais district on this guided street art tour! Let the walls of the Marais do the talking... Language: French speaking visit only.
Galeries Lafayette was founded in Paris in December 1893 by Théophile Bader and Alphonse Kahn. It is today both a giant store and an emblematic monument of the capital with a world-wide reputation and welcoming more than 100,000 visitors every day in a 70,000 m² (753,000 sq ft) building.
During this tour in the streets of Jourdain, Belleville and Ménilmontant, Juliette Dubois will reveal the stories of cinema that have marked this neighborhood, one of the cradles of cinema in Paris.
Join Juliette Dubois on her movie-themed Ciné-Balade tour of the Latin Quarter and discover the locations that inspired Woody Allen for his film ‘Midnight in Paris’. Travel back to the Paris of the Roaring Twenties!
Enjoy an exceptional tour to follow in your favorite soccer player or rock star’s footsteps and discover the secrets of the Stade de France!
Discover the history of the guinguettes, Italian immigration to Paris and the atypical architecture of the banks of the Marne.
A museum dedicated to Yves Saint-Laurent, one of France’s most talented couturiers. Step through the legendary doors and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the studio where Yves Saint-Laurent designed some of his most famous creations.
Rrraw is a Chocolate manufacturing workshop in the historic Paris's Sentier district and we allowed many chocolate lovers to discover a rarely manufacturing process: The Bean-To-Bar.
During this tour in the streets of Montmartre, Juliette Dubois will reveal the stories of cinema that have marked this former village.
Travel in the heart of the « sunrise empire » and learn all the secrets of this animated district of Sainte Anne, not far from the Garnier Opera.
Embark on a cruise from Bassin de La Villette to Bobigny to discover the beauty of the Ourcq canal: Its street-art frescoes, its urban farming projects. After that, you will be proposed a DIY brunch workshop in parc de la Bergère.
During this guided visit you will discover the backstage of Printemps department store. From the underground to the gardened rooftop, passing by the Art Deco cupola.
The ultimate meeting for bargain hunters and vintage lovers! Located in the north of Paris, the flea market Paris Saint-Ouen is the place to be for unusual locations and antique lovers. The place perpetuates the tradition of junk dealers and other art dealers, spread over several markets and streets with an inimitable atmosphere.
Discover an atypical architectural heritage along the Ourcq canal with Patrick Bezzolato, architect, historian and photographer.
Take part in a guided walking tour along canal Saint-Martin. You will walk all around the canal crossing from one bank to the other taking in some neighbouring streets along the way…
Explore the Ile de la Cité and the Palace of Justice. This tour allows you to visit one of the most impressive building in the capital.
In the company of Donatien Schramm, an unconditional fan of China and its customs and practices, let yourself guided around the Chinese district of Paris to meet and discover this community. Language: Visit in french only.
Learn the Hindu pantheon gods and the sacred book of the Sikhs while strolling through the parisian area.
You’ll learn more about craft beer during the tour of this brewery located in Saint-Denis.
Take this insider’s guided tour of Paris-Orly international airport and get a runway-side view of ground operations at an international airport. Language: French speaking visit only.
Strolling through this market in Château-Rouge, the colourful stalls will make you open your eyes wide as well as your mouth and awaken all your senses. Guided by a native of Malian who is only too happy to share his knowledge about the market and the people involved, he will help you discover the atmosphere of on of the most unusual places in Paris.
Discover the largest wholesale food market in the world. This exceptional guided tour inside "the Belly of Paris" includes bus transport from Paris to Rungis and a terroir breakfast.
For the past twenty years or so, the 19th district of Paris has been the place of Jewish orthodoxy, going well beyond the boundaries between the Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews thus creating a community of reconfiguration, rich both in terms of diversity and cohesion. It is this district in Paris which has the largest number of Jewish schools and synagogues. Language: French speaking visit only.
An unusual and romantic cruise from Port de plaisance Paris-Arsenal at the Bastille to bassin de la Villette, passing by Parc de la Villette (or in the other way).
Boarding takes place at the foot of the Musée d’Orsay Museum right beside the Seine. It will glide you slowly in front of the Tuileries gardens, the Louvre… There you’ll see the passerelle des Arts, Ile de la Cité, Notre Dame and the beautiful private hotels of île Saint-Louis. But it’s when you’ll pass the first lock that gives access to St Martin canal that the adventure will really begin.