Paris Out Of The Crowds

Paris is the most famous city in the world so finding crowds everywhere is just normal and kind of inevitable… but I have good news for you!

Knowing the city very well I can help you avoiding the most crowded areas and make your trip to Paris even more authentic showing you the Paris I really love, taking you to the places where Parisians use to hide to enjoy their city.

We will visit Paris lesser known neighbourhoods, Paris smaller museums or we will discover Paris most famous districts (like Montmartre or Ile-de-la-Cite) at a “strategic” time of the day.

Image to enjoy Montmartre when it is waking up, sitting in a cosy cafe while artists are arriving in Place du Tertre. Image to stroll around Notre Dame and in the Latin district when all the souvenir shops are still closed and students are walking to La Sorbonne, smelling the freshly baked baguette and croissant from Boulangerie windows. Image to enjoy a walk along the river banks, sharing your morning with Parisian runners and joggers to see the city from a different point of view.

Image to visit the former house of a banker and art collector, to enjoy a smaller art collection, to visit the house and studio of a 19Century painter or writer… Paris offer us much more than the Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay, especially if you have already been there several time!

If you are looking for a private tour, for you and your family only, just contact me!

Few tours’ ideas:

  • Early birds private tours in Paris: you don’t mind getting up early and leave your souvenir shopping to another day (or to someone else)? Contact me for a special early morning tour from 7am to 9am. We will start with a nice breakfast and we will discover Paris when it is waking up! Even the most touristy area will not be so crowded
  • Smaller museums’ private tours in Paris: let’s be real. Unless you do not visit Paris in very low season, the Musee du Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay will always be crowded but… we have plenty of beautiful museums in Paris! We can visit the Musee Nissim de Camondo, the Musee Jacquemart, the Musee de Cluny, the Musee Gustave Moreau which houses the most beautiful staircase of Paris, the Musee de Montmartre with Suzanne Valadon studio…
  • Big Museums Hidden gems private tours! Louvre is huge. If you have already seen Mona Lisa – or you do not mind skipping it! – we can discover the hidden gems we treasure in there!
  • River Seine banks: Let’s have a walk along the River Seine to enjoy the city skyline from a different point of view. We will talk about the importance of the river in the history of the city and admire some of the most famous view of Paris from my favorite bridges.