Marie grew up admiring the Eiffel Tower from her bedroom window. True story.
After graduating in History, Art History and Literature at La Sorbonne, her passion for Paris is limitless.
Books, wine and pastries that’s what Paris means to her.
She’s been a guide for TV shows and loves to share with travelers her favorite areas like Notre-Dame, the Latin Quarter or le Marais.
Bertrand was born in the beautiful Basque Country in Southern France and moved to Paris 10 years ago.
He fed his appetite for History, Sociology and Arts completing a master degree in Paris, Sweden and Lille.
He knows everything, from Napoleon’s favorite dish to the numbers of trees in Versailles' garden!
His favorite area, Bastille, is known for the stories of the French Revolution and its endless list of restaurants and cafés.
Marion lives for the Arts! A passionate tour guide during the day, a jazz singer at night.
From the French Riviera to the hill of Montmartre, she follows her dreams and shares her passion.
But Marion is also a great foodie and will show you the best pastry and chocolate shops.
Whether in the gardens of Versailles or in the streets of Le Marais, her knowledge of Paris has no limits!
Raphaëlle has lived in Strasbourg, in the South-West and by the French riviera before reaching Paris.
She is a true artist and gives fascinating tours for adults and kids alike. Ask her about her sculptures!
The Père Lachaise cemetery has no secrets for her and soon for you too!
Raphaëlle has developed the great Art stroll in the streets of Paris tour.
Olek is one of the best Paris expert on the market! Fun, energetic and extremely knowledgeable.
With degrees in Law and Arts, he will make you fall in love with Paris' rich history.
From Montmartre where he lives to the Louvre, he knows all secrets and hidden gems.
Olek is also expert of all chateaux around Paris, from Chantilly to Fontainebleau.
How to start with Francesca? Born in and raised in Italy, she has studied Art History in Milano and Paris!
She has a great knowledge of French society and a unique view on cross-culture artistic movements.
It's hard to find an area of Paris where she doesn't know a great restaurant and at least 5 friends.
Francesca combines the French Cartesian spirit and the Italian improvisation and creativity.