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Louvre Museum: Tour

1. Louvre Museum: Tour

Get priority entry access to the Louvre Museum and be led by an expert guide on a carefully planned route designed to maximize your time and give you a greater insight into the museum’s top highlights. See the crown jewels of the French Monarchy, gaze back at Da Vinci's enigmatic Mona Lisa, and feel the passion coming from Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People. Listen as your guide brings the art to life on an informative walk through the vast galleries. Explore relics from ancient Egypt and marvel at the impressive collection of Greek and Roman antiquities including the legendary Venus de Milo and the celebrated Winged Victory of Samothrace. Discover timeless sculptures by Michelangelo and Canova, Neoclassical paintings by Jacques-Louis David, and iconic works from the French Romanticism period like The Raft of the Medusa. After the guided tour, spend as much time as you like exploring the museum’s 380,000 objects on display and come out from your visit with a greater appreciation of the Louvre’s treasures.

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Paris 90-Minute Street Art Tour

2. Paris 90-Minute Street Art Tour

On this 90-minute tour in 2 different arrondissements, your guide will show you highlights of Paris's street art scene, which has been rapidly expanding in recent years. Discover pieces including ephemeral art, and learn about the different techniques employed by the artists, including stencils, graffiti and posters. During this guided walk you’ll explore parts of the 19th and 20th arrondissements and visit the main street art sites in the French capital. Passing through Belleville, you’ll cross the rue Denoyez and admire its impressive space with graffiti-covered walls. See another side of Paris on this fascinating glimpse into the city’s thriving urban art scene.

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Paris: Street Art Open-Air Museum Bike Tour

3. Paris: Street Art Open-Air Museum Bike Tour

Explore the world's largest Street Art Open-Air Museum by bike and photograph murals by Tristan Eaton, Invader, Faile, Btoy, D * Face, Shepard Fairey, Cryptik, Hush, Conor Harrington, INTI, and maybe even Banksy.  Join your guide in central Paris and cycle to the city's most modern neighborhood, ZAC Paris 13. Here, some of the greatest architects let loose and created delirious buildings decorated by star graffiti artists from all over the world. Admire 40-meter frescoes and a vibrant collision of styles and colors. After exploring, take a coffee break in the world's largest startup incubator, Station F. See Big Mama's flagship vessel of 10 themed restaurants and soak in the creative atmosphere.

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Paris: Street Art Smartphone Audio-Guided Tour

4. Paris: Street Art Smartphone Audio-Guided Tour

Paris abounds in street art frescoes, each more impressive than the last, especially in the 13th district. Find out why street art took root here on this self-guided walking tour, and marvel as the incredible stories behind these monumental frescoes unveil before you. With your smartphone in your pocket, follow your professional and passionate guide’s commentaries as you stroll through the city streets and squares. The audio commentaries trigger automatically, right where they were recorded, so you don't have to walk around with your phone in your hand. On the tour, get an introduction to street art that highlights both the artists and their works, and its paradoxes in the open-air museum of Paris. Hear about the economic model behind the street art scene, and see works by Invader, OBEY, C215, and many more. Take this fun and relaxing tour at your own pace, and feel free to stop at a terrace or a shop along the way before resuming the tour where you paused it. And don’t worry about getting lost: audio directions, a map, and an integrated geo-localization feature will get you back on track in no time if you take a wrong turn.

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Paris: 2-Hour Street Art Tour

5. Paris: 2-Hour Street Art Tour

Welcome to the visual delights of a fantastic tourist-friendly, off-the-beaten-track area called Belleville. Explore a different and vibrant side of Paris that only a few know of. This is not the Paris of yesterday. No, it's the Paris of today! Belleville, with its charming small streets, is where the iconic French singer Edith Piaf grew up and where many other artists have lived. Belleville became the center of Paris's urban art movement, which is what you'll be exploring on this tour. Your guide is passionate about urban art and will be sharing with you works by both French and internationally-known street artists, from a giant wall fresco by Jérome Ménager to the mosaic tile creations of the artist Space Invader. The tour is relaxed and change never ends as works of art appear one day and disappear the next under the colors of another piece. You may even come across artists working on a new mural during the 2-hour walk!

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Montmartre: Private Walking Tour

6. Montmartre: Private Walking Tour

Discover Montmartre on a private guided walking tour of Paris’ famous artistic neighborhood. See the not-to-be-missed sights while your very own local guide shares the best of Montmartre with you. Get up close to iconic sights such as the Sacré-Cœur, the famous basilica and Paris’ glistening white beacon at the top of its tallest hill. Stroll to Place du Tertre, a square home to artists by day and Montmartre’s nightlife after the sun goes down. And, of course, see Paris’ most famous cabaret venue, the Moulin Rouge. Hear about the birthplace of the can-can dance and Toulouse Lautrec’s old haunt, as seen in the famous 2001 movie. Discover the bohemian neighborhood that provided inspiration to artists like Van Gogh, Picasso, and Dalí, as well as cult classics such as the film Amélie.

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Paris Street Art Tour: Street Art in the 13th District

7. Paris Street Art Tour: Street Art in the 13th District

Dating back to the 1960s, street art is a movement that brings together all forms of art created in public places. Artists use diverse techniques such as stencils, graffiti and even bill posting. The art form can be found in European capitals such as Berlin, and it has been developing over the years in Paris, with supported from public authorities. In recent months, commuters on the Metro have been able to see several frescoes flourish along line 6. These creations have been carried out by groups or artists of international renown. On this 2-hour activity, an urban guide will invite you to discover the neighborhood’s frescoes on a walk from Place d'Italie to the banks of the River Seine. Keep your eyes on the sky! The willingness of public authorities and the interest of the mayor of the 13th arrondissement have led to the development of street art on the buildings in this area.

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Best of Artists in Paris: 3 Audio-Guided Walking Tours

8. Best of Artists in Paris: 3 Audio-Guided Walking Tours

Explore Paris in an authentic and fun way by discovering the city’s historical sites, rich artistic history, and vibrant street art with 3 distinct tours. Follow your professional guide’s commentaries as you stroll through the streets and squares. The audio commentaries trigger automatically based on your location. Montmartre, Secret Side (1.5 hours) A bohemian spirit still floats over this old Parisian village. From small hidden passages to century-old vineyards, legendary mills to the world famous Sacré-Coeur Basilica, immerse yourself in the enchanting history of Montmartre and discover its many secrets. Montparnasse, Capital of the Arts (1.5 hours) Go back in time to the heart of the Parisian artistic and intellectual scene after the first world war and learn stories about famous artists like Pablo Picasso, Tsuguharu Foujita, Amedeo Modigliani, and Man Ray. Paris Street Art (1.5 hours) In the 13th district, admire works of art by some of the world’s great street artists. Walk through an open-air museum and discover magnificent murals by world-famous artists including D*Face, C215, Obey, and Invader. Want to make a short stop in a shop or grab a quick snack? Pause the tour and resume when you want, right where you left off. The guide provides clear audio directions and a map indicates directions to follow in real time, so don’t worry about getting lost. And if you take a wrong turn, the integrated geo-localization feature will get you back on track in no time! Customize your itinerary as you wish and enjoy the fun and entertaining tours at your own pace.

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Musée d’Orsay: Guided Impressionist Tour & Gourmet Lunch

9. Musée d’Orsay: Guided Impressionist Tour & Gourmet Lunch

Start your Impressionist adventure by meeting your fully accredited, expert guide right in front of the museum. Forget the hassle of waiting in line, you and/or your group can bypass the ticket queues and enter the building to start your tour. Take a guided tour through each and every one of the publicly available rooms in the Orsay Museum. Whilst inside, marvel at the wonders of the Impressionistic era and get a chance to see world renowned paintings by Van Gogh, Monet and many others. Your expert guide will use his/her knowledge to enhance your appreciation of this particular artistic movement.  Take a stop in the gallery restaurant and enjoy a delicious lunch with wine in the Orsay station’s original Belle Epoque restaurant, opened in 1900. Savoring the traditional French cuisine under the sparkling chandeliers will be a most fitting finale to your memorable tour. After lunch, your entrance ticket allows you to return to the galleries on your own if you wish, to further explore the collection or perhaps take in a special exhibition.

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Paris: Belleville Street Art Tour with an Artist

10. Paris: Belleville Street Art Tour with an Artist

Discover Belleville, simply the most famous street art neighborhood in Paris, with the assistance of a guide who has a minimum of 6 years’ experience in street art tours. Explore the area that has been an artists’ destination since the early 1980s when many poor artists moved to live in squats that over the years turned into art galleries, studios, and art communities. Share in an intimate history of how the neighborhood and its street art came to be as they are today. See the area that has been a favorite for many French artists such as Nemo, Jérôme Mesnager, and Philippe Herard and for associations including Art Azoi and Le M.U.R. that often bring international artists to the scene. The artistic community makes this area vibrant and locals are often invited to participate in activities not only in making art, but also in poetry and gardening, too. Learn about the history of street art in Paris and hopefully you will start to recognize some of the most active street artists during the rest of your stay in the city. Since Belleville is the second largest hill in Paris, you’ll also have a wonderful view Paris. Every Saturday, the tour finishes with a live performance and sometimes even a free drink to inaugurate the new wall in the area.

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What people are saying about Paris

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 237 reviews

The Tour was fantastic. My only recommendation would be that if you have more time do a longer tour. The 1.5 hr tour is really short for all the great art they have at the Louvre.

Superb walk to discover graffiti all as beautiful as each other. Have your eyes everywhere to admire all these works.

Very cool experience of an Arrondissement we would have probably not gone to otherwise. Highly recommended!

Our tour guide was so fun and enthusiastic to tell us about the works. Would definitely recommend !!!

Great value for money, no hassle no worries just be on time