Walking tour of Paris and private photo session

  • Description

An amazing experience awaits you in the heart of Paris. Accompanied by a professional photographer, you'll walk the streets of Paris in search of the most beautiful photo opportunities to immortalize your stay in France.

You'll meet our photographer on Place Colette in front of the "Kiosque des Noctambules", at the "Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre" subway exit. He or she will accompany you to the Palais Royal gardens where you will be awestruck by the beauty of your surroundings. You'll discover the splendor of this former royal residence framed by arcades and home to unique shops.The Buren Columns, located in the gardens, will add a modern and graphic touch to your photos and are an extremely popular backdrop for fashion photographers.

You'll then cross the rue de Rivoli and arrive in front of the famous Louvre pyramid which marks the entrance to the museum. After posing for several photos in front of this iconic historical landmark, you'll proceed to the Tuileries Gardens, which extend from the Louvre to the Place de la Concorde. Here you'll admire the arc, which acts as a symbolic entrance gate to the gardens, the ponds where strolling Parisians like to stop and relax, and the pathways which offer a setting of old-world charm.

After a few photos in this authentic Parisian park, you'll go on to the famous Place de la Concorde. This square, which was once the stage for horrendous public executions by the guillotine during the monarchy, has become one of the symbols of the history of France and represents an axis passing through the different neighborhoods of Paris.

Going down the Champs Elysées, you'll pass in front of the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais, two architectural masterpieces built to commemorate the 1900 World's Fair and which today are the venue for many exhibitions. You'll be able to take advantage of privileged photo opportunities with our photographer who will capture the most beautiful photos for you.

You'll walk across the magnificent Pont Alexandre III and stop in front of ’Hôtel des Invalides. A war and arms museum, les Invalides also holds the tomb of Napoleon and is distinguished by its gold-capped dome. The museum consists of several buildings surrounded by a vast garden and is a spectacular backdrop for your photos.

The photo shoot will end at the foot of the Eiffel Tower on the Champs de Mars. It's the ideal place to finish your session in the most beautiful way. Your last photos will be taken in front of the symbol of Paris, creating a memorable ending to your tour.

Since this is a private walking tour of Paris, the photographer will be able to take the time to capture the most beautiful photos of Paris, just for you, using the best background, camera settings and angles.  At the end of the session, you'll be given a memory card containing 200 digital photos which will completely reflect the spirit of your vacation in Paris.

The price includes:

  • Private tour (maximum of 4 persons)
  • Professional photographer
  • 200 high-resolution digital photos available to you after the session

The price does not include:

  • Free admission to monuments and museums.
  • Transport
    • Duration 3 hour(s)
    • Tour language
    • Highlights
    • Discover the most beautiful backdrops and views of Paris
    • Take advantage of a unique experience with your own private professional photographer
    • 200 photos taken in a breathtaking setting
    • Includes memory card with all your digital photos

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    2 Tour language
    English
    3 Tour date
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    Walking tour of Paris and private photo session – Private tour

    Our guarantees

    Number one in Paris
    Professional guides
    Fast and easy booking
    Free cancellation*
    • Practical information

    Organized by ParisCityVision

    Code : LPFSP_

    Departure

    Address : Le Kiosque des Noctambules
    Place Colette 75001 Paris
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    Duration

    3 hour(s)

    Return

    La Tour Eiffel