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Author: Miruna Corneanu

It’s not easy to visit such a complex city like Paris – it has so much to offer and it would take you ages to discover it all. So if you’re not able to live in this gorgeous city indefinitely,  I’ve compiled a list of unique ways to enjoy it.

Shopping Tours in Paris

Paris has been synonymous with fashion for ever and if shopping is on your agenda at all, consider joining a Shopping Tour in the city.  The city provides a pretty good range of shopping tours, from discount circuits in Paris’ fashion outlets to specialty tours for perfume workshops and accessories, luxury and couture or even teen shopping sprees.

Opting for one of these tours, you will have the chance to visit boutiques that only the more savvy Parisians know about.  The average price for such a tour does not exceed 150 euros and most of them will also provide some food and drink.

Chic Shopping Paris is one company which provides these tours.  They’ll help you navigate some of the best boutiques in the City of Light, providing clever tips and secrets in terms of shopping.

Photo Tours in Paris

Taking a Photo Tour in Paris, the city with some of the most beautiful and famous landscapes and spots, will definitely enhance your trip. Imagine a visit to the best locations and most romantic settings Paris has to offer, accompanied by locals who will tell you interesting stories about the city’s history, who will provide you some useful tips about bars, restaurants and other points of interest – and in addition, they will teach you to take amazing photos of everything you see.  The experts can really expand your technical skills.

Photo tours are a way to see Paris withnew eyes, in a way you have never seen it before, making this well-photographed city look new again. The tours are organized for a maximum of 6 people – beginners or qualified photographers are separated into groups.  A tour will cost less than 200 euros.  Find more information here.


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2CV Tour in Paris

Do you want to feel like a real Parisian while visiting the city? One of the most uncommon and funny ways to see Paris is taking a 2CV sightseeing tour. Like they say, Venice has the gondola, New York has the yellow cab and now, Paris has the 2CV. The legendary Citroen 2CV dates back in 1948 and it became a French icon alongside the Eiffel Tower and le beret.

4 Rues sous 1 parapluie (4 Weels under an umbrella) offers a wide range of 2CVs, professional chauffeurs and unforgettable experiences for those who want to try something different and original.

A very unique Tour of Paris

Eye Prefer Paris Tours is a thought-provoking way to see one side of Paris that other tourists never see. A 19th century mansion with the world’s largest collection of Monet’s, the best food market in Paris, an artisan’s atelier where jewelry is made in front of you – these are just a few of the secrets that Eye Prefer Paris Tours promises to reveal you besides other unusual but charming spots you haven’t even knew about.

The price of a 3 hours tour is 195 Euros and it is organized for up to 3 people.

Paparazzi Photo Tour in Paris

If you’re looking for a way to impress your friends…or just have a crazy time and have someone else worry about documenting it, book a Paparazzi Photo Tour.   Not another photography tour,visit whatever you want to visit, do what you feel while like doing, and paparazzi will follow you taking pictures. This ingenious tour, suitable for couples, families and groups of friends will send you home with incredible photos of you acting like a celebrity in the City of Lights.



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  1. Anthony ColeNo Gravatar
    Posted May 27, 2014 at 3:58 am | Permalink

    Musee d´Orsay has a beautiful large restaurant with good leisurely service. I go there for lunch and order french dishes and wine. The prices are reasonable and they are used to accommodating tourists. A holiday or a weekend day is probably not a good day to go. It is a lovely example of French culinary and decorative art. Allow 2 hours for the experience. I believe the building used to be a Train Station – Gare d’Orsay and they have made a great museum there. Don’t miss it !

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