Paris food and wine, best tours and attractions
French gastronomy, considered by many as the best, is famous around the world and recognized for the quality of its products and the diversity of its ...
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Experience a guided tour in the most energetic, colourful, lively and cosmopolitan market of Paris: Le Marché d'Aligre. Located near Bastill...
Hear ye! Hear ye! Chocolate lovers, this tour is for you!On Paris' right bank from Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Gardens to Madeleine ...
At Saint-Germain-des-Près, the fashion district "par excellence", discover all the trends for sweets created by exceptional artisans, who ha...
Gourmet food, unsurpassed wines, and a tradition of culinary passion are essential to the national character of France. Strolling through th...
The tasting starts at 5pm in our 17th century wine cellar right near the Louvre. You’ll taste six different wines, coming from 6 different r...
Along the Canal Saint Martin, there is a charming wine bar which makes the difference: cheese is as much considered as wine. You will spend ...
1 hour, 30 minutes
The Marais is one of the most vibrant, typical and varied districts in Paris, as well as being one of the oldest. Its diverse, well-preserve...
3 hours, 30 minutes
Buy your priority tickets to visit the Eiffel Tower! Get priority access to the first and second floors and enjoy unlimited time to admire the scenic view of Paris!
See iconic Paris with Eiffel Tower priority tickets, luxury air-conditioned coach transport, a Seine cruise and multilingual guide. A perfect introduction!
Prebook your entrance ticket to the Louvre Museum and bypass the purchasing line to explore one of the world's greatest art galleries with Musement!
Book your full access pass to the whole estate of Versailles: Palace, Hall of Mirrors, Royal Apartments, Marie Antoinette hamlet, Trianon, Gardens and Fountains Show!
The inside story
French gastronomy, considered by many as the best, is famous around the world and recognized for the quality of its products and the diversity of its dishes (and wines). The Chefs, formed on the basis of a secular heritage of exception, are every day being more creative, giving great importance to the evolution of the cuisine and cooking, following traditions and the French lifestyle. Their dishes and the french selected wine continue to surprise and satisfy guests in bistros, trendy restaurants, bars, brasseries, or at the simplest tables.
Each region of France has created and developed its own gastronomy (cuisine and wine), based on local production of excellent quality. North to Provence, from the peak of Brittany to Alsace, through the Norman meadows, fields and vineyards in the East, the vineyards of Burgundy, the southwestern mountains, and above the volcanoes of the Massif Central, food lovers are discovering an endless choice of flavors and traditions, rich and varied dishes. Sharing and conviviality are the basis of the French meal: each family, or group of friends seat at the same table for a meal to spend time together and talk.