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The Americans in the Paris history – Private tour

Program

Starting with the roaring twenties in Montparnasse and Luxembourg, passing through the Beat generation in historic areas such as Odéon and the Quartier Latin, we will finally walk by the Fouding Fathers in St Germain des Prés.

You’ll discover where the american constitution was partly written, how the Stein family became kingmakers among modern painters and writers, the bars where Ernest Hemingway and Francis Scott Fitzgerald used to share drinks, the library that published James Joyce’s Ulysse, the Hotel where Ginsberg or Corso used to stay or the official birthplace of the United States !

But beside this nice walk back in time, share a drink and your experiences with us in one of the most inspiring place for young English speaking artists and authors in Europe, the famous Shakespeare & Co bookstore and its café.

3 hours total

Offered in English

€99 1-4 persons 20€/addit. person

Guests ages 10 can attend 

Group size 20 max

Main points of interest

  • Art deco cafés,
  • The 1920’s artistic world center
  • The garden of Luxembourg
  • The middle-aged district
  • The official birthplace of America
  • St Germain des Prés
  • The Beat Generation neighborhood
  • The Latin Quarter …

We provide

  • Coffee or tea during our break

Meeting point

Notes

Check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. Don’t forget to  bring sunglasses, sunscreen or a cap. Comfortable shoes recommended

Every child 10 years or older can join our tour as long as accompanied by an adult. 

Cancellation policy

Cancellations made 48 hours prior to reservation date & time are fully refunded. Cancellations within 48 hours of reserved date & time are charged in full, and considered non-refundable but rescheduling may be possible depending of available slots. No-shows are charged in full, and considered non-refundable.

Check available dates at contact@simplyfrancetours.com 

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