How did Parisians live during the war? How was Paris liberated and by whom? Discover this and much more during this exciting stroll full of anecdotes.
- Holocaust Memorial
- Notre Dame Cathedral
- Deportation Memorial
- Police Headquarters
- Streets of Saint Germain de Près
- Place Vendôme
- Tuileries Garden
- Concorde Square
Please wear comfortable shoes
|Participants||1 to 6 (private group)|
|Languages||English, French, Dutch|
Get ready to walk 4 kms / 2,5 miles
If you have any mobility issues please let us know so we can adapt the tour for you
This tour takes place rain or shine
131 Rue Saint-Antoine, 75004 Paris, Francia
Offered byParisian Keys
This exceptional stroll starts in the jewish quarter (Le Marais) outside an easy to find metro station: Saint Paul.
After a short introduction about the area your guide will walk you to the Holocaust memorial*, a key place to understand the story of the Jewish community during the occupation.
Then you will head towards Ile de la Cité, where you will learn how Notre Dame Cathedral* was protected during the war and the role of it during the liberation. Your stroll will pass by the imposing Police Headquarters* and the Supreme Court* that still bear the marks of the World war.
You will wander the charming streets of St. Germain de Pres that hides interesting anecdotes and is perfect to do a short coffee break if you wish to.
Cross the Seine river and enjoy the view over the beautiful bridges that were about to be dinamited by the Nazis, and get to the incredible Louvre museum* where you will learn what happened to the Mona Lisa and other masterpieces!
Walk across the elegant Tuileries garden to reach the main square of Paris: the Concorde, where your visit will finish with an incredible view over the Champs Élysées where allied troops marched to celebrate Victory.
*places marked with a star will be visited from the exterior