Grands Boulevards
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  • Skip the Line: Hard Rock Cafe Paris

    1. Skip the Line: Hard Rock Cafe Paris

    Get Rock Star priority seating and move straight to the front of the line to get your party on at the Hard Rock Cafe Paris. Opened in 1991, this iconic hotspot is conveniently located next to the Opera House, the Grands Boulevards, and Musée Grévin, and offers you a unique Rock experience. Take home your very own Hard Rock merchandise from the Rock Shop and enjoy selections from the menus: Gold Menu (2-course): Choice of main course - • Original Legendary burger (black Angus steak) • Moving Mountains burger (vegan) • Grilled chicken sandwich • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Grilled chicken caesar salad • Tupelo chicken tenders Dessert - • Brownie Choice of beverage - • One soft drink, coffee, or tea Diamond Menu (3-course):  Starter - • Fresh salad Choice of main course - • Original Legendary burger (black Angus steak) • Moving Mountains...

    Das hard Rock café ist einfach mit der metro zu erreichen und alle Angestellten sowie das Essen waren super. Die Angestellten haben fließend englisch gesprochen Und wir hatten keine Probleme mit der Verständigung

  • Paris: How to Become a Parisian 1-Hour Show

    2. Paris: How to Become a Parisian 1-Hour Show

    Take your seats for a show with a difference, and discover what it’s really like to be a Parisian. The English language comedy explores the cultural differences between the people of Paris and the rest of the world. Discover why they got their reputation for being rude through spot-on impressions and everyday scenarios. Get to know the difference between born-and-bred Parisians and the rest of the world. The show has been enjoyed by more than 800,000 locals and visitors alike. Join them as you learn some typical Parisian language and facial expressions that will help you pass for a local. Find out what the protocol is for traveling on public transport, the etiquette when browsing the shops, and how best to navigate the nightlife scene. Then, walk out knowing how to fake it as a real Parisian, and how to act in every situation you’ll encounter during your stay.

    Very funny at the start, approaching the end it was obvious he'd run out of things to say. Also, moving his eyebrows around is not as funny as he thinks it is, certainly not the 6th or 7th time, but he is at all times likeable and the humour is never cruel and so it's easy to run with it. He also managed to fit some topical comments in, which were genuinely funny. An amusing and reasonably insightful way to spend our first night in Paris.

  • Paris: Entrance Ticket to the Chocolate Museum

    3. Paris: Entrance Ticket to the Chocolate Museum

    See more than 1,000 chocolate-related artifacts at the Chocolate Museum Paris (Le Musee Gourmand du Chocolat), and indulge your passion for all things related to the cacao bean. The self-guided tour includes live demonstrations and - more importantly - tastings. Children’s activities are provided to keep the little ones happy, including a treasure hunt. Explore the museum’s exhibits and demonstrations which take up 2,789 square feet (850 square meters) and recount the 4,000-year history of the cocoa bean in all its forms, starting with the Olmecs, Mayas, and Aztecs. Learn about the important role cocoa played in ancient cultures, including how cocoa was used in mystical rituals. Move on to the 1500s, when the Aztec emperor Montezuma introduced cocoa to Europe. Christopher Columbus was the first European to taste the tchocoatl drink, but he didn't like it and thus paid littl...

    It was excellent, the children absolutely loved it, also good for parents and grandparents.

  • Latin Quarter: Walking Tour

    4. Latin Quarter: Walking Tour

    Experience the bohemian atmosphere of the Latin Quarter in Paris by visiting the oldest parts of Paris with a passionate tour guide. Discover the city’s rich heritage, including typical narrow streets and buildings. The Latin quarter is renowned for its hip cafés where students and great intellectuals have hung out for centuries including Hemingway, Woody Allen, and Salvador Dali, to name just a few. It’s also home to the Sorbonne University, the Pantheon, the Cluny Museum, St. Germain, the world-famous Shakespeare and Co. bookstore, and the breathtaking Luxembourg Gardens. From royal squares to picturesque streets, from landmark neighborhoods to hidden ones, your guide will be happy to accompany you through the City of Light. This tour will give you the keys to see and understand everything that makes up the beauty and history of Paris through the centuries. Travel back in time to th...

  • Paris 2-Hour Writers and Painters Guided Walking Tour

    5. Paris 2-Hour Writers and Painters Guided Walking Tour

    Some of the greatest artists and writers of the 19th and 20th centuries were attracted to the winding streets and bustling boulevards of Paris's Left Bank. From historic Paris along the Seine, to the bustling grand boulevards, the cafés, the old squares and the artist studios, this guided walk links some of the world's most beloved masterpieces with the locations where they came to life. On this fascinating 2-hour walking tour with an expert local guide you’ll hear the details of the lives of the famous artists and writers that lived and worked in Paris. Travel back in time to the sizzling Paris of the 1920s, when Hemingway sipped absinthe at Les Deux Magots and Picasso dined on choucroute garnie at La Rotonde. Visit literary cafés where Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Faulkner, Camus, Hemingway, and Fitzgerald rubbed shoulders.

    Sandra was the guide for our 2 hour Artists and Writers tour round Saint Germain. She was very friendly and knowledgeable and we learned so much about the places frequented by many influential writers and artists. We were the only 2 in the party and she was happy to tailor this tour to meet our requests so we also explored one or two beautiful courtyards and shops with historical artefacts. We would recommend this tour to anyone wishing to learn about this historic and beautiful part of Paris, so different to the avenues of theChamps Elyse. Thank you Sandra!

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What people are saying about Grands Boulevards

Fantastic evening in the hard rock cafe,it was very very busy evening and with us booking made sure we'd no waiting time,the food was delicious and the staff were amazing,especially Mark and Alex who really looked after us.

it was really great, we had to wait about 10 minutes, but they tried very hard to clear a table for us. the food was just great! gladly again!

Super restaurant, typical rock we eat super well Very friendly staff, Fast service nothing to say I recommend eyes closed

It was excellent, the children absolutely loved it, also good for parents and grandparents.

Friendly staff, nice atmosphere and good food for the price