Private Transfer to the meeting point
Our photographer will capture the moment
It's not everyday that you can walk thought the most beautiful city in the world. Paris
has a plethora of lovely views, panoramic vistas and picturesque streets , which date
back hundreds of years to a time before cars and buses. There are 4 Particularly lovely
areas: Montmartre, Eiffel Tower, Marais and Notre Dame which you can select from or
Your English speaking professional photographer will show you around and pick the best angles. The routes include:
Walk with your fiancée from Trocadero for a full-sized photo opportunity with the Eiffel Tower, resting larger than life in the background. From there, walk to the Champ de Mars passing under the tower herself. Our photographer will follow behind to capture the unforgettable memory of one of the most postcard-esque moments of your life
This route focuses on one of the worlds most famous monuments, the Eiffel Tower built for the World Fair of 1889. From here you will cross the river and head up to the Trocadero where Gene Kelly skated in An American in Paris and the Tower in the background.
Notre Dame / Ils St Louis
Starting your walk at Shakespeare and Co before walking over to the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, with its Flying Buttresses, and lovely gardens. You will then cross a bridge to the Ile St Louis. The backdrop here will be the riverbanks and impressive 17th century mansions, including one where Chopin played for and woo-ed George Sand.
Montmartre was the place to celebrate in the 19th. On the slopes were the taverns, eating-houses and the dance halls like the Moulin Rouge where the workers and the middle-class met on Sunday afternoons. Renoir, depicted life here in his painting of the Sunday afternoon dance in the acacia-shaded courtyard of the "Moulin de la Galette". The route ends at the well known Basilica du Sacre-Coeur at the top of the hill where you will also have a magnificent Panorama of Paris.
Marais / Places des Vosges
Your backdrop includes the lovely pink hued buildings and covered passages of the Place des Vosges built by Henry IV in 1612. From here your photographer will take you along the bustling streets of Rue des Rosiers, Rue Croix de la Bretonnerie, and Gothic Hotel Herouet and its turret built in 1528 at the corner of rue des Frances-Bourgeois and rue Vieille-du-Temple.