See a Different Side of Paris With These Handpicked Experiences
Discover Paris from the Seine on a unique boat tour | © Godong / Alamy Stock Photo
With so many big-hitting sights, it can be hard to get a fresh look at Paris. These handpicked tours and experiences take you away from the crowds and show you the city in a whole different light.
With its Gothic architecture, pretty cobbled streets, world-leading museums, enviable fashion scene and host of traditional French bistros, a trip to Paris is unlikely to disappoint, but there’s always a way to see the city through a new lens. From swooping to the 56th floor of Montparnasse Tower for unrivalled views of the city below to cruising the River Seine with a champagne sommelier or learning how to bake macarons at the Galeries Lafayette, these experiences may surprise you by revealing a unique side to the city.
ClassCheesemaking workshop and wine&cheese tasting with an expert
Learn the art of cheesemaking with true experts in a professionnal environment! Leave this 2-hour workshop with the knowledge of doing it again at home! Come with all your question about cheeses, the expert will also make you discover the wonders of french cheeses, having a glass of wine in the hand.This will be a fun and educational experience including a wine and cheese tasting.
AdmissionStade de France: Behind the Scenes Tour
Step into the France largest stadium which hosted the finals of the FIFA World Cup 1998 and UEFA Euro Cup 2016! Learn about the architecture, sit as a spectator and walk in private areas. Your guided tour will last 90 minutes and you will then be able to visit the Museum fulled with unique items (included in the price of your ticket).
ToursDay Bike Tour of Versailles from Paris
Take a tour of Versailles with a difference - by bicycle! It's the only way to see Versailles' expansive gardens plus you'll get to see highlights of Versailles that most visitors miss, including Marie Antoinette's country-style Hameau, the Petit Trianon and the Grand Trianon. You'll also enjoy a picnic by the Grand Canal then take a tour of the Palace of Versailles. Versailles is located just 16 kilometers/12 miles from Paris, so we’ll meet near a metro station within Paris before beginning our journey. From there, we’ll take the suburban rail (about 30 minutes) and then pick up our bikes just across from the train station.
ToursParis Street Art Walking Tour
Discover a visitor-friendly yet off-the-beaten-track neighborhood in Paris on this 2-hour street art walking tour. With a guide, explore the open-air gallery of the Belleville district while listening to stories about this genre of art. Or is it vandalism? You can decide for yourself as you experience a different side of the city—the Paris of today.