Guided tours of Paris with guides from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism
The capital hides many treasures, some of which are known to the public, others rather reserved. The speakers from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism offer you a choice of five important tours to get to know the capital better. Consult our offer and for more information, the guides of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism are at your disposal at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eiffel Tower and the Champs de Mars
In the company of your guide, discover the Eiffel Tower and the Champs de Mars district. After a guided tour of the historic site, known as the setting for Federation Day, your guide will take you to the most emblematic monument of the capital and our country. Its history is closely linked to the economic boom that characterized France in the second half of the 19th century.
The Arc de Triomphe and the Place de l’Etoile
In the company of your guide, discover the Arc de Triomphe and Place de l’Etoile. After a guided tour of the site, known for the many military ceremonies on national holidays, your guide takes you to the most famous monument of the Napoleonic era. Its history is closely linked to the history of the First Reich (1804-1815).
Paris guided tour: the Invalides district
In the company of your guide, discover Les Invalides and its promenade. After a tour of the site, which is home to many diplomatic missions, your guide will take you to the most emblematic monument in our country’s military history. It houses the tomb of Emperor Napoleon I and many officers who excelled during the First World War, such as Foch, or in the colonial administration, such as Lyautey.
La Sainte-Chapelle and the Ile de la Cité
In the company of your guide, discover the Sainte Chapelle and its location, the Ile de la Cité. According to an annotated presentation by him, the heart of royal power in the time of Louis VI. Des fat, your guide will take you to the Sainte Chapelle. It was in the time of Louis IX. Made to house the relics of Christ that were brought to the Holy Land. It hides a lot of secrets.
Paris guided tour: the Opera Garnier and the Haussmann district
In the company of your guide, discover the Opera Garnier and its Haussmann district. After a tour of the site, which underwent major urban changes in the second half of the 19th century, your guide will lead you to the most iconic monument of social life characteristic of the Second Empire. The opera will be performed by Charles Garnier after completing his lessons in Toulon with Léon Feuchère. It holds a wealth of secrets that your guide will be happy to share with you.