Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Paris Walking Tour: Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Latin Quarter, including Charcuterie Tasting and Pétanque. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Nicholas was a fantastic tour guide, provided us with interesting information about the places we visited, was efficient, fun, helpful and would make any tour quite unforgettable.
Tim was our guide. He did a great job giving us lots of very interesting information about the neighborhoods we were walking through. The stop for charcuterie tasting and wine was a highlight. provided a nice stop to chat with the other members of the group. Playing Petanque was great fun as well.
This tour was one of the best we did in all of our European tour. Our guide was excellent and obviously loved Paris. We had to shelter in a cafe as a sudden storm blew up but it just added to the experience. We stopped at another cafe to eat plates of charcuterie and drink wine. Then off to play bocce in a village square- more wine and laughter. This tour takes you through lots of hidden areas of Paris. Enjoy!!
It was a wonderful afternoon walking tour - we all learned so much and had fun drinking wine, eating charcuterie and playing Petanque. A PERFECT way to spend our first day in Paris!!
This was the perfect way to spend an afternoon in Paris. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Paris and playing petanque was a lot of fun. The other people on the tour were great company. Overall, this tour was one the highlights of my trip to Paris.
I would highly recommend this tour. Our guide, Tim, was great. You could tell he loved his city and was proud to share it with us. We discovered little gems that we would not have found (or thought to look for) on our own (the hotel where Jim Morrison was last seen and likely died, for example). We had a relaxing time at the café having charcuterie and the Pétanque game was a lot of fun -- I play Pétanque the same way I curl: through the house and gone :)
We were lucky to only have 6 people on our tour so it made it very personal. We were able to ask questions about things that we were interested in in a way that a larger group would have made difficult.
Had a great tour guide, Tim, who explained all of the history, stories, and tales about the sites we visited or passed by. The "game" was great as well as the little restaurant in the square.
Really good view of this part of Paris. For those who walk to reveal the detail.