Place de la Bastille
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  • Paris: 3-Hour Gourmet Food Tour of Le Marais w/ Local Guide

    1. Paris: 3-Hour Gourmet Food Tour of Le Marais w/ Local Guide

    Join an expert guide on a 3-hour tasting tour of Le Marais, and discover the local hangouts as you sample delicious food and wine. You’ll start your Paris tour in front of the Centre Pompidou, Europe largest modern art museum, nestled in an impressive contemporary building. Then move on pass Notre-Dame to the Hôtel de Ville, the city’s town hall, on the square where public executions were once carried out. Pass an iconic bakery, whose baguette was named one of the best in Paris. Continue to Rue Saint-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie, the center of the French gay scene, to see one of the oldest streets in Le Marais. Stop to sample a delicious macaron, made by one of the city’s most famous pastry chefs, then enter the heart of the Jewish community. Discover a vibrant pedestrianized street, full of falafel stands and Jewish delis. Then continue to a wine and alcohol store to try iconic French liqu...

    The group was small,the components of the tour succinct and overall most enjoyable.

  • Paris: Dinner Cruise on the Canal Saint-Martin

    2. Paris: Dinner Cruise on the Canal Saint-Martin

    Climb aboard for a romantic evening cruise along the Canal Saint-Martin and get off the beaten path in Paris. Embark at the former harbor of the Bassin de la Villette and admire the Rotonde de la Villette by Claude Nicolas Ledoux, built as part of the old city walls. Venture through the mysterious tunnels to experience a place of magic and beauty, and emerge at the Port de l’Arsenal to see the genius of the Place de la Bastille and its 52-meter high column. Join the River Seine and see some of the most beautiful monuments of the "City of Lights." Along the way, pass 9 locks, 2 swing bridges and 4 footbridges as you feast from the on-board dinner with drinks included. Soak up the atmosphere of the old guinguettes (drinking establishments) of Paris, and disembark at the Orsay Museum (Musée d'Orsay). 

  • Paris: Bicycle and Skip-the-Line Guided Louvre Tour

    3. Paris: Bicycle and Skip-the-Line Guided Louvre Tour

    On a 10-kilometer 2-hour tour, pedal the charming streets of the Latin Quarter of Paris, visit the charming neighborhoods of St. Germain, and explore other amazing and famous sights such as Place des Vosges, Paroisse Saint Paul church, Hotel de Ville, Notre Dame, Shakespeare & Company, Musee d’Orsay, Invalides, and the Eiffel Tower.  Next, visit the Louvre efficiently. Skip the line to enter, and start your tour. See the medieval moats of the ancient fortress from 800 years ago, only discovered in 1985. Explore the roots of Western civilization in antiquity, then continue through the Italian Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassic and Romantics. Cover the main painting sections of the museum and Greco-Roman sculptures, without forgetting the Mona Lisa, Winged Victory, and Venus de Milo. With your expert guide, study the history and the stories behind the artists and their work, and discover s...

  • Paris: 4-Hour Culinary Tour by Bicycle

    4. Paris: 4-Hour Culinary Tour by Bicycle

    Discover the culinary delights of the City of Light on this bike tour through Paris. Starting from the lively Beaubourg area with its street performers, you will pass through trendy Marais to reach Place de la Bastille and the craft studios of Faubourg Saint-Antoine. Start your culinary journey at a traditional French market. Enjoy coffee and a croissant and sample local cheeses and cold meats. Continue on eastwards past Parc de Bercy towards the River Seine. Learn more about the modern architecture of the National Library and the Arab World Institute. Next to the sculptures by contemporary artists in Jardin Tino Rossi, you can enjoy the fantastic view of the River Seine and the famous city islands with the Notre-Dame Cathedral.

    Amazing introduction to Paris, Laura was entertaining and filled with Such interesting facts and stories. I highly recommend her and this experience.

  • Paris: 3-Hour Beer vs. Wine - Bastille Bites Tour

    5. Paris: 3-Hour Beer vs. Wine - Bastille Bites Tour

    Join this tour for the perfect Parisian day. Embark on a delicious adventure on this 3-hour Paris tour stopping off at iconic wine bars, bistros and brasseries. Take the time to get your foodie game face on with some iconic French food, wine and craft beers. The best things to do in Paris often revolve around food and wine. On this Paris tour, you will try some of the city’s famous specialties, from snails, to cheese or charcuterie, always paired with wine or beer. Your call what goes best together with the food. You’ll start this tour on Place de la Bastille, the place where the former Bastille prison once stood and where the French Revolution started. Learn about that significant part of French history that still defines the country. From here, you’ll move to your first stop, a historic bistro that looks identical to how it did a century ago. It’s here that you’ll try your first bite, ...

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What people are saying about Place de la Bastille

Very nice performance

Very interesting cruise, discovery of unusual Parisian monuments, impressive Saint Martin canal. Very warm welcome by attentive staff, impeccable meal, very interesting comments. A faultless, we are absolutely delighted, and send a big thank you to the whole team.

We had a great time with our guide Michele. There was a small group, just 5 people, everyone was nice and chatty. We've tried different pastries and some cheese with wine, everything was delicious. Michele is funny and knows a lot about food and history.

Amazing introduction to Paris, Laura was entertaining and filled with Such interesting facts and stories. I highly recommend her and this experience.

Awesome experience with a small group and Ellen was an excellent tour guide.

Awesome, informative and wonderful pastry/cheese/wine were delicious!