Our Paris Catacombs Tour is the best way to discover this (in)famous underground maze. Benefit from your guide’s dedicated entrance and skip the long lines (2 to 3 hours on average). Restricted Area Access – enter rooms like the Skull Chapel or the Mason’s Underground Museum closed to the general public. Visit Paris Catacombs with your private local guide & get the experience of a lifetime. Secure now your experience – we have limited availabilities!
Welcome to the Most Terrifying Palace in the world. The Paris Catacombs were created centuries ago to welcome the remains of millions of Parisians buried in small cemeteries all over town. It has become the most wonderfully morbid gallery in the whole world. Over 60 feet underneath the city of Paris, let’s explore together miles of corridors of the ancient quarries toward the Empire of the Dead.
Spooky you say? Oh well, you have no idea! It’s not possible to imagine what it really feels like down under. Be ready to meet ‘face-to-face’ with heroes of the French Revolution, to hide from the Nazis with Local Resistants and to discover the macabre museum of Mister Beausejour.
Join us to skip the long lines at the entrance, and visit rooms closed to the public thanks to our exclusive access. Take a journey through the legendary Catacombs of Paris for what will be become a lifetime memory! At My Private Paris we know too much history can seem a lot at once. Visit Paris Catacombs with us – our unique private tour of the Paris Catacombs is exclusively designed for you to have a fantastic time and feel connected with centuries of fascinating history.
Charlotte was raised near Bordeaux before settling down in Paris to study Art and History.
She loves the hidden gems of Paris: places people have forgotten about or what people usually don’t look at. Don’t leave your front door open or Charlotte will take a peek!
She is passionate about street art and never sets a foot outside without looking for pieces left on city walls. She is THE specialist in town of this artistic movement in particular
Quentin was born and raised in Paris, where he has lived for most of his life.
He graduated in Law and Philosophy and is now a passionate tour guide and a successful illustrator (ask him about his next exhibition!).
His insatiable curiosity and his years of field research are the sources of a deep knowledge of his home town.
From the cobbled streets of Montmartre to the golden salons of Versailles, Quentin is the story-teller one has always dreamed of!
Valentine grew up by the ocean in Western France but fell in love with Paris and moved in 8 years ago.
She graduated in Architecture and Art History and used to work in local Art galleries and even at the Palace of Versailles.
Wandering around Paris, discovering new places and stories is her favorite hobby. And French food too!
Christina is a true globetrotter. Educated in London and Brussels, she has family roots on two continents!
When she is not guiding, Christina is restauring antique furnitures or designing jewelry. Discovering genuine artisans and promoting local know-how is her great passion.
Christina will take you on fantastic adventures back in history, off-the-beaten paths and on the footsteps of great authors and artists alike.
How to start with Francesca? Born and raised in Italy, she studied Art History in Milano and Paris.
She has a great knowledge of French society and a unique view on cross-culture artistic movements.
Francesca combines the French Cartesian spirit and the Italian sense of improvisation and creativity.
From the Louvre to Versailles, Francesca is a wealth of knowledge about Paris and beyond!
Marc was born a few steps from the Chateau de Versailles and ever since has been passionate about the history of France.
After spending a few years in Spain, he came back to Paris to study Literature at the Sorbonne University and also became a professional musician and singer.
Marc will have you travel back in time in the streets of Paris while sharing with you authentic insider knowledge, including hidden locals’ favorite spots. You’re in good hands!
Soline spent her childhood in the suburbs of Paris in a family of artists. Curious about different cultures & people, she first studied contemporary dance in Québec City before graduating in cultural mediation at La Sorbonne University in Paris.
Her favourite artistic movements are the ‘avant-garde‘ of the late 19th and early 20th century which defined modern and contemporary art. In her tours, she loves creating dialogue and interaction and give everyone keys to enjoy the treasures of Paris!
Sarah was born in the US, but she shares the same sentiment as fellow expatriate Gertrude Stein wrote, “America is my country but Paris is my hometown.”
After studying Art History in Boston, she moved to Paris 5 years ago to learn French and to pursue her Master’s degree in the History of Design & Curatorial Studies. Specialized in the decorative arts, she’s worked in châteaux and at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
Born and raised in the Alps, Romain always looks at Paris with the amazed eyes of a newcomer, even after eight years living in the French Capital.
Former journalist and pretty engaged in the local politics, Romain is passionate about the history of ideas.
From the shadow of the Monarchy Palaces to the vibrant events of the French Revolution and the dark years of WWII, let him take you behind the scenes of History.
Laura was born in Southern Spain, in a small town by the Atlantic that even Napoleon himself could not break into during the invasion of the peninsula!
Her interest and curiosity brought her to the French capital and, after working in the tourism sector and later in language teaching, she decided to merge both passions and become a tourist guide.
Since she was accredited as an official guide in France, she has dedicated herself to what she loves most: languages, travel, culture, history and its transmission.