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France – Five Walks of Paris Self-Guided City Walks

Embark on a self-guided city walk through Paris, uncovering the timeless beauty and rich history of five distinct areas.

Arc de Triomphe to the Eiffel Tower

Discover the majestic Arc de Triomphe, offering panoramic views of the city. Stroll down to the elegant Palais de Chaillot, providing a stunning perspective of the Eiffel Tower. Wander through the lush Jardins du Trocadéro before crossing the Seine to marvel at the iconic Eiffel Tower. Visit the Tomb of Napoleon at Les Invalides, steeped in grandeur and history.

Louvre to Concorde

Explore the world-renowned Louvre Museum, home to masterpieces like the Mona Lisa. Admire the opulent Palais Garnier, an architectural gem. Walk along the Seine to the Grand Palais, a cultural and historical marvel. Cross the ornate Pont Alexandre III, leading to the exquisite Musée d’Orsay. Admire the Place de la Concorde, where the grand obelisk and fountains encapsulate Parisian elegance.

Latin Quarter

Delve into the depths of the Catacombs of Paris, an eerie yet fascinating subterranean world. Explore the stately Luxembourg Palace and its serene gardens. Visit the Panthéon, a neoclassical mausoleum. Wander through the medieval splendour of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris and admire the exquisite stained glass of Sainte-Chapelle.

Le Marais

Discover the historic heart of Paris at Hôtel de Ville. Marvel at modern art at The Centre Pompidou. Relax at the picturesque Place des Vosges and remember the revolutionary spirit at Place de la Bastille. Explore the Musée National Picasso, which celebrates Picasso’s genius.

Montmartre

Experience the breathtaking view from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Immerse yourself in the artistic ambience of Place du Tertre. Feel the lively spirit of the Moulin Rouge. Wander through the Vigne du Clos Montmartre, the city’s last vineyard, and pay respects at the serene Saint-Vincent Cemetery.

These self-guided walks offer an intimate glimpse into Paris’s diverse neighbourhoods, each with its own unique charm and history.