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Versailles: Skip-the-Line Guided Palace Tour w/ Gardens

1. Versailles: Skip-the-Line Guided Palace Tour w/ Gardens

Learn more about the Palace of Versailles on a guided tour of the inside and spend some free time in the gardens. Avoid the hassle of waiting in long lines with skip-the-line tickets. Meet your guide at Versailles at the foot of the Equestrian Statue of the Sun King, Louis the 14th. Start your tour with a visit to the Royal Apartments. Walk through the interior of the palace and explore its many rooms. Learn fascinating information about its history from your guide. Afterward, spend some free time in the gardens. Explore this 2,000-acre park filled with lovely fountains, statues, and landscaped gardens. If visiting Versailles from Tuesday to Friday, see the Musical Gardens show. On Saturdays or Sundays, catch the Musical Fountains Show (from March to October).

Versailles: Gardens Golf Cart Tour, Row Boat, Palace Tickets

2. Versailles: Gardens Golf Cart Tour, Row Boat, Palace Tickets

Our Tour starts at 9:30 in front of the Grille Royale, at the Palace main gate. We will first head towards the south parterre, located on the opposite side of the Palace, where our rides (Golf Carts) will be waiting for us. Our Golf Carts are the perfect way to travel through the amazing formal gardens and discover all the wonderful hiddens groves created by the brilliant André Le Nôtre. Sit back and relax or take the wheel and enjoy the beauty of formal French Gardens while our guide tells you all about it ! Enjoy a Fun Golf Cart guided Tour through the Royal Gardens with stops at selection of viewpoints : groves (bosquets) and fountains ! (10:00AM-11:00AM) You will then drop the Golf Cart and jump on board our rowing boats for a little escape along the Grand Canal by yourself. Enjoy a truly relaxing moment accompanied by a bottle of french Champagne. (11:15-12:15) It will the be time to make your way back to the Palace on foot, from the Grand Canal through the fountains and gardens. 15/20 minutes walk (12:30AM-12:50AM). Skip the line entry for the Palace at 01:30PM

Paris: Street Art Walking Tour with a Street Artist Guide

3. Paris: Street Art Walking Tour with a Street Artist Guide

Paris was one of the first cities to see urban art flourish on its walls, and your guide is not only passionate about street art, but was a street artist himself in the 1980s. Explore and learn with a local expert, as you stroll through your choice of 2 of the most picturesque parts of Paris. Choose one of 2 of the most charming neighborhoods in Paris, also both home to the best street art in the city! La Butte Aux Cailles Leave the bustle of the city behind and explore the beautiful secret village of La Butte aux Cailles. You’ll discover tiny houses and gardens on cobbled streets, a world away from the busy capital. You’ll also find murals, wheat-pasted papers and stencil graffiti brightening the streets and filling them with colour. The Butte aux Cailles is the district in Paris that really sums up the history of street art: you’ll find artworks by both artists of the 1980’s right up to emerging artists of the present day. From Jeff Aérosol and Miss Tic to Le Long and Princess Ecchymose, discover the best of Parisian Street Art and the artists who best represent the ‘French Touch’ and its flagship technique; ‘le pochoir’. And what better way to explore this fascinating district than embarking on a street art hunt with an expert guide who is also a street artist and knows many of the street artists adorning the walls of the city! Montmartre Wander the delightful alleys of Montmartre and discover the places where Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir and other iconic artists lived and created, in the company of a local guide expert in art and street-art. Follow in the footsteps of illustrious artists of days gone by, find the addresses of their workshops and discover the artists of modern-day Montmartre. If Montmartre was the district of artists in the 19th century, it is now one of the most important areas in Paris to see urban art flourish on its walls. Stroll through its cobbled streets, parts of Montmartre away from the tourist crowds have not changed for decades. You will find murals, glued papers, stencils and graffiti brightening up the streets. Emerging street-artists, older signatures, permanent or ephemeral artists, they are the authors of many works sometimes placed out of sight: artists are sometimes shy and you have to know where to look to discover their works! Your guide has been a street artist himself since 1985. He knows many of the artists personally and can tell you about the works you see, guiding you through the history and techniques of urban art in Paris. From the frescoes of Swed Oner to the 3D faces of Gregos, from the glued paper works of Twotma to the more committed works of The End, from Space Invader known throughout the world to the most confidential Pply, Discover the best of Parisian street art in your choice of neighbourhood!

Paris: Graffiti on Canvas Workshop at an Art Studio

4. Paris: Graffiti on Canvas Workshop at an Art Studio

Discover your inner street artist with a graffiti workshop in Paris' 14th arrondissement. Learn different graffiti techniques from a street artist and create your own canvas design to take home. Soft drinks are included in the workshop. Meet a real street artist at their gallery and learn their unique street art approach and techniques. The artist will prepare an individual model for each participant based on the theme of the session. After the initial brainstorm, move on to learning different street art techniques to incorporate into your final design, including stenciling, lettering, painting, and spray painting.

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Stephanie was a very good and funny guide of the tour. It was very informative and more exciting than walking through the castle on your own. The garden is very large, since it was quite cold and we had to walk a lot, we soon lost interest (the garden part was not guided).

Our guide was amazing and really brought the history to life. Even our 9 and 10 year olds were fascinated.

Great tour! More than enough time to see the important stuff in there. Marta did really well!

Julie was amazing! Very informative and loved her personality!