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Gastronomic

FOOD tours

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Our Tours

Flavors of Paris tours are highly personal, carefully vetted walking/tasting tours of some of Paris’ most charming, and pleasurable local food shops. We’ll introduce you to a representative sampling of French foods in the delightful quarter of St-Germain-des-Prés, with all the tastings included.

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The Original Flavors of Paris Tour

We will stroll around the Latin quarter of Paris and visit local shops, markets and cafés sampling the finest in French fare, from the simplest crisp-crusted baguettes and velvety chocolates to exquisite olive oils, and (of course!) memorable variations on the age-old theme of great wine and fabulous cheeses.

Our tours vary with the season; at each stop, we’ll fascinate and delight you with what you’re tasting, as we share wonderful stories about the local cuisine and lively historical anecdotes about the quarter’s restaurants, cafés and points of interest. (When you’re done, consider yourself a “Germanopratin”, or an honorary native of Saint-Germain.)

Tour fee: 99 Euros including tastings

Tour length: approximately 3 ½ hours

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One Sweet Tour

Do you enjoy sweet sensations? Then we have just the tour for you. Our natural affection for the foods of Paris really peaks when we think of escorting you to the delicious, hidden treasures of St Germain. With us as your guide, you’ll discover elegant pastries, silky, full-bodied chocolates and the delights of a tiny, quaint “viennoiserie,” home to amazing Alsatian strudel—and that’s just the beginning.

We’ll guide you to a splendid crêperie whose house delicacy features a crêpe with home-made salted caramel sauce and a glass of cider. And there’s more … tempted? Succumb—and join us: we can’t resist either!

Tour fee: 75 Euros including tastings

Tour length: approximately 2 hours

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Wine Regions of France

Do you ever feel a little lost when ordering wines in a French restaurant? We’re here to help you find your way with a tasting tour and seminar of the wine regions of France.

You are invited to an informal dinner party in a private, Parisian apartment where you’ll sample wines from the different wine growing regions of France. From Chardonnay, the queen of the whites, to the king of the reds in Bordeaux, you’ll learn about their characteristics, what sets them apart, and how to pair them. This tasting seminar includes 7 excellent wines, cheese, charcuterie and bread. A booklet of what you covered is yours to keep after the seminar as a guide and souvenir.

Tour fee: 148 Euros including tastings

Tour length: approximately 3 ½ hours


Customized Group & Private Tours

We’re happy to do private and special group tours with customized itineraries, tasting events, and dinners. 

How about a group dinner in an intimate restaurant with a visit from the chef, or a guided tasting of French, Iranian and Russian caviar with champagne?  

Whether your group is large or small, corporate or a family affair, we can provide you with an itinerary or event tailored to your interests and your budget.

All you need to do is contact us by phone or email with your enquiry. We’ll get back right back to you, and furnish you with a quote and suggestions for a truly, memorable gastronomic experience.

Tour fee: custom | Tour length: custom

About Us

Our passion is simple: to share with our patrons the flavors of the Paris we know and
love—the family-run food shops, the off-the-beaten-track gems of daily Paris life, and the ʻin the knowʼ artisanal offerings that we’ve discovered, one at a time.

Flavors of Paris is not just about new taste sensations—itʼs about the unforgettable theatre of the French love of food, as the Parisians themselves live it, and as they weigh the dayʼs pleasures of the table. 

Launching Flavors of Paris was an easy choice for the founder, Lisa Rankin because the company combines all of Lisa’s passions . . . her love of Paris, French culture, and great food and wine.

Ever since she was a little tike in Canada, Lisa has had a passion for Paris, and all things Parisian. Maybe it began with the Madeleine books that she read when she was little and was captivated by the stories and the drawings. An artist at heart; food for Lisa is more than sustenance, it is a form of artistic creation, of pleasure, a way to share and socialize, and discover other cultures.

Watch "No Ordinary Woman" episode with Lisa Rankin 

            LISA RANKIN (OWNER AND GUIDE)

            LISA RANKIN (OWNER AND GUIDE)


Flavors of Paris: An Off the Eaten Path Taste Experience by Lisa Rankin -  Sep 2, 2015 Paris is a city of neighbourhoods, each with its own distinct flavour. The beautiful thing about walking these neighbourhoods in the City of Light is the discovery; taking a turn off the main thoroughfare, meandering down the little side streets and unearthing a glimpse of life as it’s lived by the Parisians. Flavors of Paris provides a service to tourists who visit the French capital with an informed, informal visit, led by an English-speaking guide to the patisseries, charcuteries, and chocolatiers where the locals buy their breads and desserts, their meats, and their chocolates...

Flavors of Paris: An Off the Eaten Path Taste Experience
by Lisa Rankin -  Sep 2, 2015

Paris is a city of neighbourhoods, each with its own distinct flavour. The beautiful thing about walking these neighbourhoods in the City of Light is the discovery; taking a turn off the main thoroughfare, meandering down the little side streets and unearthing a glimpse of life as it’s lived by the Parisians.

Flavors of Paris provides a service to tourists who visit the French capital with an informed, informal visit, led by an English-speaking guide to the patisseries, charcuteries, and chocolatiers where the locals buy their breads and desserts, their meats, and their chocolates...

 
Paris: 10 Locals Tell You Where to Go, What to Eat, and How to Fit In by Gigi Griffis - Paperback – August 30, 2014 Ever wish you had a best friend in Paris? Someone to show you the ropes? Wish granted. Meet your new Parisian best friends: 10 real people who live, work, eat, love, and adventure in and around Paris. In this lovely little book, they’ll give you: • Addresses for some the best tasting and least touristed restaurants in Paris • Lists of must-try dishes and wines • Suggestions for unique and interesting day trips outside the city • Tips for how to make friends, avoid rip-offs and pick-pockets, and fit in with the local culture. • And so much more It’s time to experience authentic, local Paris—through the eyes of those who have lived there for years.

Paris: 10 Locals Tell You Where to Go, What to Eat, and How to Fit In by Gigi Griffis - Paperback – August 30, 2014

Ever wish you had a best friend in Paris? Someone to show you the ropes? Wish granted. Meet your new Parisian best friends: 10 real people who live, work, eat, love, and adventure in and around Paris. In this lovely little book, they’ll give you: • Addresses for some the best tasting and least touristed restaurants in Paris • Lists of must-try dishes and wines • Suggestions for unique and interesting day trips outside the city • Tips for how to make friends, avoid rip-offs and pick-pockets, and fit in with the local culture. • And so much more It’s time to experience authentic, local Paris—through the eyes of those who have lived there for years.


Camilla Radford - Furman worked for the largest wine distributor in the United States, in California for 12 years, in the on-sale market, consulting and selling wines to hotels and restaurants.

She has an extensive background in tasting, pairing and promoting wines, so, when she moved to France, it was a wonderful opportunity to use her wine knowledge to help the expat community and also her English teaching skills to her new French friends!

It is now her joy to help people navigate the wine regions France, and help expand wine knowledge by understanding how to buy and enjoy French wines!

CAMILLA RADFORD - FURMAN (WINE EXPERT AND GUIDE)

CAMILLA RADFORD - FURMAN (WINE EXPERT AND GUIDE)

Media Reviews

On a Taste Trail in Paris - Travel Now! blog - 25 March 2017 by Sudeshna Ghosh “We’ll meet by the little red door on the side of the church,” she said. Never mind the espionage-style appointment, the person I was meeting at my rendezvous couldn’t be less spy-like! Lisa Rankin, my guide for a Parisian food tour, is a warm, bubbly Canadian blonde who feels like a good friend within minutes of meeting, as she endeavours to share her passion for food and all things Parisian with us, her small group of foodies for the day.Lisa runs the very personalised Flavors of Paris walking food tours in the charming, artsy St-Germain-des-Prés ... Read the full article

On a Taste Trail in Paris - Travel Now! blog - 25 March 2017 by Sudeshna Ghosh

“We’ll meet by the little red door on the side of the church,” she said. Never mind the espionage-style appointment, the person I was meeting at my rendezvous couldn’t be less spy-like! Lisa Rankin, my guide for a Parisian food tour, is a warm, bubbly Canadian blonde who feels like a good friend within minutes of meeting, as she endeavours to share her passion for food and all things Parisian with us, her small group of foodies for the day.Lisa runs the very personalised Flavors of Paris walking food tours in the charming, artsy St-Germain-des-Prés ... Read the full article

The best way to get to know Paris - Arcadia Weekly - October 30th, 2016 For those of you, who don’t know what a food tour is: Food tours combine deliciousness with historical information and are available around the globe in most major cities. A guide shows you great places to eat and lets you taste small portions at every spot. Drinks are also included, and sometimes a bit of alcohol too. Most of us will be full by the end of a tour. Depending on the location, companies may offer tours with different types of cuisines and/or through various neighborhoods ... Read the full article

The best way to get to know Paris - Arcadia Weekly - October 30th, 2016

For those of you, who don’t know what a food tour is: Food tours combine deliciousness with historical information and are available around the globe in most major cities. A guide shows you great places to eat and lets you taste small portions at every spot. Drinks are also included, and sometimes a bit of alcohol too. Most of us will be full by the end of a tour. Depending on the location, companies may offer tours with different types of cuisines and/or through various neighborhoods ... Read the full article

Discovering Legacies blog – If you’re a foodie in Paris, you have to try these! – by Jennifer Schlueter on October 27, 2016 Lisa Rankin, a Canadian turned Parisian about 4 years ago, took our group through Paris’ St-Germain-des-Prés quarter and showed us five places with some of the best food Paris has to offer. A highlight was Ma Collection Marchande de Saveurs, a food boutique with delicacies 100% made in France appealing to all your senses, run by Valérie. Her products have won prizes on trophies on awards – one of them the raspberry-cookie jam, which is a must-try! ...Read the full article

Discovering Legacies blog – If you’re a foodie in Paris, you have to try these! by Jennifer Schlueter on October 27, 2016

Lisa Rankin, a Canadian turned Parisian about 4 years ago, took our group through Paris’ St-Germain-des-Prés quarter and showed us five places with some of the best food Paris has to offer. A highlight was Ma Collection Marchande de Saveurs, a food boutique with delicacies 100% made in France appealing to all your senses, run by Valérie. Her products have won prizes on trophies on awards – one of them the raspberry-cookie jam, which is a must-try! ...Read the full article

What to do in Zlatan’s Saint Germain – Scandinavian Traveler  – by Camilla Tollstoy on May 31, 2016 Zlatan signed with the Paris Saint-Germain soccer team in 2012. There is not much of a soccer atmosphere in the area. But there are lots of classic bistros and upmarket stores. So leave your soccer boots at home and enjoy the charm of one of the most special quarters of Paris. Culinary walk - Flavors of Paris - The original tour takes you through Saint Germain on a culinary tour of specialist stores to taste cheese, wine, charcuterie, and chocolate to die for... Read the full article

What to do in Zlatan’s Saint Germain Scandinavian Traveler  – by Camilla Tollstoy on May 31, 2016

Zlatan signed with the Paris Saint-Germain soccer team in 2012. There is not much of a soccer atmosphere in the area. But there are lots of classic bistros and upmarket stores. So leave your soccer boots at home and enjoy the charm of one of the most special quarters of Paris.

Culinary walk - Flavors of Paris -
The original tour takes you through Saint Germain on a culinary tour of specialist stores to taste cheese, wine, charcuterie, and chocolate to die for... Read the full article

 
Luxury Travel Guide Europe - Off the eaten Path – January 2015, page 580 The city of Paris is undoubtedly any gourmand’s dream. Long lauded for its dedication to excellent food and wine, this one city can take its visitors on an incredible journey of flavour, history and sheer decadence.  Flavors of Paris is the perfect option for visitors who long to discover this city through its food.  Providing food loving tourists with informed yet informal visits to some of the best patisseries, cafés, charcuteries and chocolatiers the capital has to offer, a Flavors of Paris tour will delight all the senses, not simply the taste buds. ... Read the full article

Luxury Travel Guide Europe - Off the eaten Path – January 2015, page 580

The city of Paris is undoubtedly any gourmand’s dream. Long lauded for its dedication to excellent food and wine, this one city can take its visitors on an incredible journey of flavour, history and sheer decadence.  Flavors of Paris is the perfect option for visitors who long to discover this city through its food.  Providing food loving tourists with informed yet informal visits to some of the best patisseries, cafés, charcuteries and chocolatiers the capital has to offer, a Flavors of Paris tour will delight all the senses, not simply the taste buds. ... Read the full article

Food Tour in Paris - Travel Photo Discovery Blog - June 2015 by Noel Morata Paris is definitely a foodie city and there are so many areas of the city to explore and discover some amazing cuisine and specialty foods from around the city.  I decided to focus on visiting one arrondissement in Paris, St. Germain des Pres which is very well known for a plethora of foodie inspired cafes, shops and specialty vendors.  I know that I choose wisely, signing for a food tour with Flavors of Paris. They give food tours of markets, shops and specialty purveyors located exclusively in ... Read the full article

Food Tour in Paris - Travel Photo Discovery Blog - June 2015 by Noel Morata

Paris is definitely a foodie city and there are so many areas of the city to explore and discover some amazing cuisine and specialty foods from around the city.  I decided to focus on visiting one arrondissement in Paris, St. Germain des Pres which is very well known for a plethora of foodie inspired cafes, shops and specialty vendors.  I know that I choose wisely, signing for a food tour with Flavors of Paris. They give food tours of markets, shops and specialty purveyors located exclusively in ... Read the full article

The Wanderluster's Journal – A Paris food Tour Experience – August 16, 2014 Overall this tour was an amazing way to try some different French foods, as well as get a little history lesson on how some of these foods came to France, as well as where some of the famous artists, and writers hung out in France. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is looking for a good way to spend a few hours in Paris. ... Read the full article

The Wanderluster's Journal – A Paris food Tour Experience August 16, 2014

Overall this tour was an amazing way to try some different French foods, as well as get a little history lesson on how some of these foods came to France, as well as where some of the famous artists, and writers hung out in France. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is looking for a good way to spend a few hours in Paris. ... Read the full article

Thyme travel blog – Following the leader . . . in Paris – July 2, 2014 by Sarah Kenney We all shared an amazing experience, that drizzly Paris morning, so rich and so purely enjoyable.  Afterwards, we all scattered to our corners of the world with such special memories of warm laughter, hilarious stories of adventures as well as misadventures, and true and honest intentions and well wishes for one another.  As quickly as we bonded, we just as quickly parted ways at the end of a magical journey together…thanks to lovely Lisa of “Flavors of Paris” St. Germain food tour. ... Read the full article

Thyme travel blog – Following the leader . . . in Paris – July 2, 2014 by Sarah Kenney

We all shared an amazing experience, that drizzly Paris morning, so rich and so purely enjoyable.  Afterwards, we all scattered to our corners of the world with such special memories of warm laughter, hilarious stories of adventures as well as misadventures, and true and honest intentions and well wishes for one another.  As quickly as we bonded, we just as quickly parted ways at the end of a magical journey together…thanks to lovely Lisa of “Flavors of Paris” St. Germain food tour. ... Read the full article

Chasing Travel blog - Off the Beaten Path in Paris - 2013 Take an intimate, and local Flavors of Paris walking tour to hidden shops in St. Germain for pure chocolates, vintage olive oils, and balsamic dressings, then learn the art of wine pairing at O Chateau. Get your hands dirty to learn the secrets of perfectly baked macarons, tartin, baguettes and traditional french cuisine with a local chef. ... Read the full article

Chasing Travel blog - Off the Beaten Path in Paris - 2013

Take an intimate, and local Flavors of Paris walking tour to hidden shops in St. Germain for pure chocolates, vintage olive oils, and balsamic dressings, then learn the art of wine pairing at O Chateau. Get your hands dirty to learn the secrets of perfectly baked macarons, tartin, baguettes and traditional french cuisine with a local chef. ... Read the full article

Travel Tuesday: Flavors of Paris - Eat. Live. Travel. Write - November 13, 2012 by by Mardi Michels Apart from the food aspect (which is, of course, the most important), the St Germain neighbourhood is gorgeous to stroll around – steeped in literary history that Cécile did a good job of summing up into bite-sized pieces – just enough history mixed in with the food information! ... All in all, I would highly recommend this carefully curated tour – informative, fun and tasty – you can’t ask for more than that! ... Read the full article

Travel Tuesday: Flavors of Paris - Eat. Live. Travel. Write - November 13, 2012 by by Mardi Michels

Apart from the food aspect (which is, of course, the most important), the St Germain neighbourhood is gorgeous to stroll around – steeped in literary history that Cécile did a good job of summing up into bite-sized pieces – just enough history mixed in with the food information! ... All in all, I would highly recommend this carefully curated tour – informative, fun and tasty – you can’t ask for more than that! ... Read the full article

Flavors of Paris Gastronomy Tour 2 -  January 13, 2012 by Tina Chevalier-Popineau Let me just say that I could honestly write one full article on each of these places. However I am limited in my word count, so I would like to take an “appreciation bow” in front of all the shops. It was an amazing experience of pure gastronomic pleasure! And a special merci to Lisa Rankin of “Flavors of Paris Food Tours” and “My French Life” online magazine for the unforgettable day! ... Read the full article

Flavors of Paris Gastronomy Tour 2 January 13, 2012 by Tina Chevalier-Popineau

Let me just say that I could honestly write one full article on each of these places. However I am limited in my word count, so I would like to take an “appreciation bow” in front of all the shops. It was an amazing experience of pure gastronomic pleasure! And a special merci to Lisa Rankin of “Flavors of Paris Food Tours” and “My French Life” online magazine for the unforgettable day! ... Read the full article

Flavors of Paris Gastronomy Tour – 1 - November 23, 2011 by Tina Chevalier-Popineau When I was invited on a VIP Gastronomy Food Tour in Paris, how could I refuse! The lovely Lisa Rankin, (Owner of Flavors Of Paris),  “Off The Eaten  Path” Tours met me in front of a 6th century church on the St Germain des Prés in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris.  First stop on the tour a visit to La Maison Kayser.  A premiere artisan boulangerie with over 15 locations in Paris and many locations worldwide. Just an inch inside ... Read the full article

Flavors of Paris Gastronomy Tour – 1November 23, 2011 by Tina Chevalier-Popineau

When I was invited on a VIP Gastronomy Food Tour in Paris, how could I refuse! The lovely Lisa Rankin, (Owner of Flavors Of Paris),  “Off The Eaten  Path” Tours met me in front of a 6th century church on the St Germain des Prés in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris. 

First stop on the tour a visit to La Maison Kayser.  A premiere artisan boulangerie with over 15 locations in Paris and many locations worldwide. Just an inch inside ... Read the full article

Testimonials

Exceeded expectations!
— Victoria P. | Paris

 

FANTASTIC experience!
My husband and I and our three high school children all felt this was by far one of the best highlights of our trip. It's fun to do all the "touristy" things when in Paris but Lisa gives you such a great insight into why people love Paris: the food! It's just fun to walk through all the side streets and experience local flavors. She even taught us "proper cheese and wine etiquette". Well worth every cent spent.
Walshable USA
 
Excellent and unique!
It was special from start to finish. Bakery, specialty food shops, chocolatier and the highlight a visit to an indoor market where a cheese monger prepares a tasting menu for you! It was a work of art! Wow. Truly off the beaten path (or off the beaten tourist path). Shop owners were friendly and engaging - all of them knew our tour guide Lisa and welcomed us. The tour wraps up with tasting of cheese, pate (from famous butcher) and glass of wine - a lovely time. The tour not only exposes you to a slice of Parisian life but you really get a feel for St Germain area. I felt like it was a real value. Our tour guide Lisa's demeanor was perfect - professional yet friendly which I appreciate. She wanted us to experience something special and we did! Thank you, Lisa. I have such fond memories of those 3 hours. I highly recommend Flavors of Paris!
Martha H. | Washington D.C.
The venues were really high end. The kind of places Parisians go on their best days. And we were really welcomed like kings & queens, as Lisa had a great relationship with the host restaurants and shops.

— Chapi F. | Paris
Highlight of our trip.
This walking tour was the highlight of our trip. Our main guide was Camilla and Lisa joined us part way through. Both women are full of interesting tidbits and it was obvious that Lisa is well known to all the vendors. At each location we were treated like VIP's. We were able to taste some amazing foods and ask questions of the proprietors.
 Rachelle | Santa Rosa, California
 
Thank you Lisa for giving us a great tour, answering all our questions, and giving us one of the best experiences while in Paris!
— Randy H. | Indiana
This was a great way to learn about the history of St. Germain, stop into some stores that we would have otherwise never even glanced at, and to try some amazing food!
Thank you Lisa for giving us a great tour, answering all our questions, and giving us one of the best experiences while in Paris!
Billy F.  | USA

FAQs

What is the best time during my stay to take the tour?

Our clients all seem to agree that it is best to take our tasting tour as early as possible after your arrival in Paris. A Flavors of Paris food tour will give you a great foundation for navigating your way through the rest of you trip in Paris, including how to get around, and ordering in restaurants

Do I have to purchase tickets in advance? Can I pay cash?

We contact our venues ahead of time so that they may prepare for our visits, therefore we require payment in advance. We accept payments by Visa and Mastercard directly through our booking engine, or by calling our direct line in Paris. Our reservations automatically close 48 hours in advance of the tour. If it is a last minute booking, please contact us directly either by email at info@flavorsofparis.com or our Paris number at +33(0)6-40-40-00-66 . We will be happy to accommodate you if possible.

Are private tours available?

Yes, please send email us with the date, number of people and your phone number with the city and country. We will follow up with a phone call to find out your specific interests. Then we will furnish you with a proposed itinerary and a quote.

What if it rains? Will the tour still take place?

Our food tours run rain or shine. We spend a good portion of the time indoors, but you will still be out and about in the neighborhood so we strongly recommend that you dress appropriately for the weather, including an umbrella if necessary. And don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes.

Is shopping allowed during the tour?

We do allow for shopping as long as time permits as we must adhere to a schedule since our vendors prepare for our visits. All of the shops that we visit are within a short walking distance from where the food tour ends. We will provide you with a list of the shops you have visited and the addresses so you can return to them if you wish.

Does the tour guide accept gratuities?

It is not necessary to tip your guide, however they are gratefully accepted. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%.

Are the tours offered in any other language besides English?

The Flavors of Paris food tours are conducted in English. However, our guides also speak French. If you’d like a tour in French we are happy to make arrangements for a private tour with a suggested itinerary and a quote.

Do you accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies?

We do make provisions for special dietary needs. Please make a note in the field provided specifying your needs when you book your tour on our website.

Is the tour wheelchair and baby stroller accessible?

Paris is a very old city, with cobble stone street and narrow sidewalks Please contact us ahead of time and tell us what your needs are. We are happy to accommodate you when possible.

How much walking is involved?

The tours take place within just a few blocks with walks between venues spanning a maximum of 10 minutes. Sometimes standing is involved during the tastings. If any folks have difficulty standing, we are happy to provide seating as required.

Is this tour suitable for children? Do you provide a discount for children?

Our tasting tours are family friendly. We suggest that the tours are most suitable for children 10 years and older.
We provide a small discount of 5% for children. If you have children on your tour, please contact us by email or phone and we will make the necessary adjustment to the price.

What is your cancellation policy?

Flavors of Paris requires payment in full upon reservation of your tour. Notification of cancellations received up to 15 days prior to your tour date will receive full refund minus a 15% administrative fee.
Cancellations received 13 to 8 days prior to your tour date will receive a 50% refund.
As Flavors of Paris requires time to hire our guides and have tastings arranged for you tour, refunds are not available after the 7 day period prior to your tour date.

The tours are a guaranteed departure with two (2) people or more. Please read Terms & Conditions for details. 

Book Your Tour

A couple of things to consider

-       Our food tours run rain or shine. We spend a good portion of the time indoors, but you will still be out and about in the neighborhood so we strongly recommend that you dress appropriately for the weather, including an umbrella if necessary. And don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes.
-       Our clients all seem to agree that it is best to take our tour as early as possible after your arrival in Paris. A Flavors of Paris tour will give you a great foundation for navigating your way through the rest of you trip in Paris, including how to get around, and ordering in restaurants.

Tour Meeting Point

Flavors of Paris clients will meet on the west side of the historic Saint-Germain Church at the red door, beside the Métro stop of St. Germain-des-Prés. Our guide will greet you there and take you on your tour. Specific instructions regarding the meeting point will be sent to you along with your tour confirmation.

 

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