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Church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris

Church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris: Our most recommended tours and activities

Paris: 3-Hour Chocolate & Patisserie Walking Tour

1. Paris: 3-Hour Chocolate & Patisserie Walking Tour

Take a walking tour of Saint Germain des Prés neighborhood with 8 tasting stops. Explore the art galleries, boutiques, romantic passages and, of course, pastries and chocolate shops. Hear about the history of the neighborhood and its artisans from your guide. Meet your guide in the heart of Saint Germain des Près. Begin with a visit to Debauve & Gallais, where you will be seduced by their chocolates as Marie Antoinette was in 1779. Discover how the love of chocolate in Paris has expanded since then, especially in this district. Listen to anecdotes about the pastries and chocolates that you will taste. Some of France's best pastry and chocolate chefs, known for their chocolates and macarons such as Pierre Hermé, Patrick Roger, Yannick Lefort and many others, settled in Saint Germain des Près. Admire some of the most beautiful monuments on the Left Bank of Paris such as the Church of Saint Germain des Prés and the Church of Saint Sulpice. Tread the cobblestones of the charming rue de Buci and contemplate one of the institutions of Paris, the Café de Flore. Taste chocolates, macarons and pastries at Paris, the Café de Flore. Your guide will teach you everything there is to know about these sweets while enjoying a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate.

The Latin Quarter: Private Tuktuk Tour in Paris

2. The Latin Quarter: Private Tuktuk Tour in Paris

There is always a lot to see in Paris, but everyone knows that the vibrant Latin Quarter is where all the fun is. Take a fun pedicab tour through the city's lively neighborhood, visiting all the main sights and charming local spots along the way. Because the tour is a private one, the itinerary can be set and changed by you at will. However, you would be silly to miss some of the recommended spots, including the bustling Boulevard Saint-Michel and the colorful Saint-Germain-des-Prés, filled with cute cafes, traditional brasseries, and famous specialty shops. Discover why the Latin Quarter was the chosen home for decades of famous writers, filmmakers, fashionistas, and artistes. While you're finding the best local places in the Latin Quarter, pass by some of the beautiful attractions within the quarter, including the spectacular Odéon Théâtre de l'Europe, as well as the intricate Church of Saint-Sulpice.

Paris and the Art of Music: 2-Hour Walking Tour

3. Paris and the Art of Music: 2-Hour Walking Tour

On this 2-hour guided walk you’ll visit Parisian sites linked historically to music, such as the 6th-century Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris's oldest church, where troubadours performed during the Middle Ages. You’ll also see Marie de Medici's Luxembourg Gardens and Palace, home to court music during the Renaissance, and the Carrefour de Buci, a colorful crossroads notorious for its cabarets between WWI and WWII. Admire the 18th-century picture-perfect Cour du Commerce Saint-André, a charming street arcade that’s home to Paris's oldest café – a meeting point for street musicians during the French Revolution. Learn about the religious music of the classical period in the huge 17th-century Baroque Saint-Sulpice Church, noted for its 7,000-pipe organ. It is one of only 3, 100-stop organs in the world. The church's most recent appearance was in a supporting role in The Da Vinci Code. Finish your walking tour in Furstenberg Square, one of the smallest, most romantic squares in Paris, and a favorite of both Edith Piaf and Maurice Chevalier.

Paris: 2.5-Hour Guided Vintage Car Tour and Wine Tasting

4. Paris: 2.5-Hour Guided Vintage Car Tour and Wine Tasting

Explore Paris on a city highlight tour aboard a vintage Mercedes 280 SE from 1970. Visit the iconic Eiffel Tower and take incredible photos with the classic car. This tour takes you to the many landmarks and sights Paris has to offer, including Hôtel de Ville, Hôtel de Sens, Tour Saint Jacques, Notre Dame de Paris, Institut de France, Place de la Concorde, Grand Palais, Pont Alexandre III, Invalides, and Saint Germain des Prés. Explore some off-the-beaten-track sights and districts of the city like the Saint-Sulpice cathedral or Arènes de Lutèce with plenty of photo stops. Then, stop at a local winery in Latin Corner and discover a selection of unique wines.

Paris: Saint-Germain-Des-Près Guided Walking Tour

5. Paris: Saint-Germain-Des-Près Guided Walking Tour

Saint Germain des Prés is responsible for the sophisticated image of Paris as a city of art, literature and culture. This charming neighborhood offers a glimpse into authentic Parisian life as you explore its popular attractions with a local guide. On this Paris Saint Germain des Prés Walking Tour, you'll visit iconic landmarks such as the oldest cafe in Paris, opened in 1672, as well as the oldest church. You will also discover some of the city's first jazz clubs, chocolate shops, and restaurants. As you walk down the chic Boulevard Saint Germain, you will see the place where medieval fairs and marketplaces were once organized. You'll also discover how this neighborhood became a hub for artists and writers like Picasso and Hemingway and existentialists like Sartre and De Beauvoir. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit one of France's six national theaters and one of Paris's largest churches, which played a prominent role in the popular novel and film, "The Da Vinci Code." After the tour concludes, we recommend spending a couple more hours in the area to explore the church independently, indulge in some shopping at the local boutiques, and have lunch at one of the oldest restaurants in Paris. Your guide will be happy to share additional recommendations for things to do. You can also join our Montparnasse tour on the same day for a comprehensive visit to Paris’s 6th arrondissement.

Saint-Germain-des-Près: 2-Hour Walking Tour

6. Saint-Germain-des-Près: 2-Hour Walking Tour

Explore the chic Parisian neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Près, the former intellectual district of Paris. Discover the main abodes of 20th century literary and artistic Paris, where Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre and other writers spent their days writing and philosophizing. Experience the Rive Gauche district of Paris with its main monuments such as the Jardin du Luxembourg, the church of Saint-Germain-des-Près and Saint-Sulpice, the Odéon and the Bon Marché. Enjoy small lovely streets with local stores, cafés and art galleries and feel the extraordinary charm of this outstanding Parisian district!

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What people are saying about Church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 154 reviews

I absolutely loved this tour! Nicolas is a wonderful and kind guide who gave us fascinating information about local history and organized tastings of the highest quality. I really couldn’t have asked for more and highly recommend this tour. I’d take it again!

Our guide was fabulous and extremely knowledgeable. He showed us places we would’ve never found before. He was so kind, informative and patient with our questions. He was also an excellent photographer to help us capture magical moments of our trip!

Great experience enjoyed by our teenagers as well interesting informative both generous with the tasting, time, explanations and discovered wonderful places we could never have found ourselves.

Don’t hesitate. Just book the tour. Ashlee is amazing. Such a unique experience learning history, strolling some of the most beautiful streets, and trying new, different, delicious chocolate.

The guide (French name Achilles) was a history buff so we learned so much about the history of the area as well as the history of chocolate. Great guide!