All of us have dreamed of Paris after seeing its glamorous streets on a romantic film and decided that we had to visit the city of light and love one day...
Our guides will lead you on a tour through the most cinematic locations of the French capital that made us want to become actors or actresses. Lights, camera, action!
One of the first sets that we will see will be Las Tulleries, where countless films were shot
From Trocadero, we will remember many films that were shot there, such as "Last tango in Paris"
We could not not talk, in the heart of bohemian Paris, the Moulin Rouge and the Amélie carousel
At the Sacre Coeur, with Paris at our feet, we will shoot the last shots
Throughout this visit we will discover the streets and cafés where Hemingway, Fitzgerald or Gertrude Stein spent their days, as was depicted in one of Woody Allen's latest productions, Midnight in Paris.
We will also learn about the secrets of the Paris underground through the Cohen brothers' celebrated Paris je t'aime, with 18 unique stories that will make you feel like Natalie Portman and Elijah Wood for a day.
For two and a half hours we will walk the streets of Paris discovering the locations where iconic big-screen scenes were shot, telling stories that moved us and made us cry. Paris also has an exotic side, as we saw in Cléo from 5 to 7 by Agnès Varda, the so-called grandmother of the New Wave of French cinema who made art a more progressive, feminist way of communicating a message.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's film Amelie is another one that deserves a mention, since Amelie Poulain's imagination and Yann Tiersen's music made so many of us laugh out loud while enjoying his most personal creative journey. We will talk about the most renowned directors who made Paris their home even if only for a short time, such as Renoir, Degas and even Picasso, all of them influential in creating the bohemian style that the city still preserves.
To ensure that both children and adults enjoy this tour, Ratatouille will introduce us to the delicious world of French gastronomy, with the help of the chef and the small mouse that made everyone fall in love with Paris. Oh là là, how delicious!
Another fantastic Paris-inspired film that we could not ignore is Moulin Rouge by Baz Luhrman, who made us fall in love with Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor back in 2001. We will discover the neighbourhood where Touluse Lautrec captured the Parisian nights of the 19th century with the can-can rhythm as soundtrack. The show must go on!
Ponf Neuf, on the statue of Henry IV.
Address: 15 Place du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris, France
15 Place du Pont Neuf
- 75001 París, Francia
- 17:00 h - Monday and Wednesday
- 2h30 min approx
- English guide
- Tip Based
- Cancellation is free, but if you are not going to be able to attend the tour or have changed your mind, please cancel the reservation as otherwise the guide will be waiting
Covid 19 Travel Health
The service complies with local regulations and the necessary hygiene measures to avoid infections related to the coronavirus
Pets are Welcome on the walking tour