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Visite à pieds sur mesure paris 12eme arrondissement

An unusual walking tour in the Bastille neighborhood

Visit Paris like a local between bucolic streets, industrial revolution and social history...
Live an authentic Paris guided tour through hidden places, loved by locals and let’s end our moment together in the second oldest food market in town! This neighborhood is only known by locals and is the keeper of so many secrets which I have learned to know over the 4 years I have been living there. It is a real pleasure for me to take travelers from all over the world around this neighborhood and I hope you will be one of them! The 12th arrondissement is full of vestiges of the past, especially revolutionary and industrial. We walk next to the Bastille and I explain you what happened in 1789 because it’s here that the French Revolution started! We also sneak around tiny streets that were workers studios previously…I will show you the “non-touristy” Paris for a tour like locals do! After passing through the most colorful street in Paris, perfect spot for an original souvenir picture, we end our tour through Paris to the second oldest food market in town where I show you my favorite stalls, artisans, bakeries, boulangeries… The perfect moment to taste products you don’t know and to enjoy the life like Parisians by having lunch there.If you can’t make it in the morning or simply prefer to have a quieter experience, the covered market hall is also open in the afternoon.Are you interested in special tours to discover Paris like a local? Check out my tour in the 14th arrondissement!

PRICES

210 € for 2 people 270 € for a group of 3 to 4 people 330 € for a group of 5 to 10 peopleSPECIAL OFFER: FREE for children under 6 years old!

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WHEN?

This private walking tour can be experienced every day from 8am to 8pm except on Monday.The best moment to do it? In the morning in order to end the tour in the second oldest FOOD MARKET in Paris (opened until 1pm).
Our tour lasts between 2h00 and 2h30 depending on the weather, the walking pace…