Free Walking Tours through Paris Eiffel Tower

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Eugenia 22 Nov 2023

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Travelled in group - Nov 2023
Victoria forgot to cancel the walk
Paris through the eyes of a Parisian - Enjoy the Le Marais!
Doug 06 Nov 2023

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Travelled in group - Nov 2023
Very knowledgeable and took time to explain everything. Great walk and sites.
Marvellous Paris Centre - Free wlaking tour with a local
Kristen 22 Oct 2023

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Travelled alone - Oct 2023
Enjoyed the morning run with Alex seeing several sights in Paris. I enjoyed talking to him about Paris and beyond, he is kind, personable and provided additional information about Paris.
Free Running Tour around the Seine river
Sofía 19 Oct 2023

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Travelled in group - Oct 2023
The tour was great, two hours of lot of history and walking in beautiful places. Would recommend!
Paris, the old and the new by the Seine, 2 hour free walking tour.
BARRY 17 Oct 2023

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2023
Thomas is a great guide who lives nearby and is very knowledgeable about the art, architecture, history and personality of the area. We had a great time learning about this less well known area of Paris
Let’s explore the South of Pigalle (SOPI) and the New Athens
Jay 13 Oct 2023

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Travelled alone - Oct 2023
New tour. This is a good tour for history enthusiasts. A part of French history that is important to understand.
Occupation and Liberation of Paris - Free walking tour
Mandeep 09 Oct 2023

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Travelled alone - Oct 2023
Tetiana has a wealth of information, stories, and passion. Highly recommend!
Père Lachaise cemetery walking tour
Judith 03 Oct 2023

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Travelled in group - Oct 2023
Very nice walking tour with Amine, can only recommend 👍
Passepartout Paris: Unveiling Secrets of the Latin Quarter 🗝️✨
Amy 23 Sep 2023
Yorktown Heights

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Travelled in couple - Sep 2023
It was absolutely pouring rain in the hour leading up to our tour. Thierry kept in close communication with us and was at the meeting point on time. We were the only guests to brave the weather, which continued to improve the entire time, and our guide was cheerful, interesting and a joy to be with! Definitely try him for the Latin Quarter tour when you are in Paris!
Paris free tour: The Historic Center in 2 hours!

The Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower that was built during the 19th century.
It was originally intended to be a temporary structure, but due to the tower's popularity, it has become permanent. The Tower is made of 18,038 pieces of iron and 2.5 million rivets. Each year, more than 7 million people visit the Tower and it has become one of the most iconic landmarks in France and the world. It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and appears on France's 10-euro banknote.
Beyond the tower itself and its history, its surroundings have much to offer tourists, so the professional guide of a Free Tour like the ones we offer at GuruWalk will be of great help to not miss any detail of your visit.
The Eiffel Tower is 324 meters high and was designed by the engineer Gustave Eiffel. The tower was built in 1889 as the entrance arch to the 1889 Universal Exposition in Paris.
It took two years to build and 2,500 workers helped construct it. The tower weighs 10,000 tons.
Very close to the tower are the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysees, of course both worth visiting.
The Arc de Triomphe is a monument in Paris, France. Built on the site of an ancient Roman arch, it is the best known monument in Paris and one of the most famous French monuments. It was built as a monument to commemorate Napoleon's victory at Austerlitz and constructed between 1806 and 1836.
The Champs Elysees, meanwhile, is a major boulevard that stretches from Place de la Concorde to Place Charles de Gaulle.
Nor can we forget to visit the Trocadero Square.
It is a large public square with an equestrian statue of King Louis XIV in the center.
The Trocadero Square is one of the largest squares in Paris. The former name was "Place du Trocadéro", but it was renamed Place Charles de Gaulle in honor of France's first president after his death on November 9, 1970.
The square hosts many concerts and events, such as military and religious ceremonies, and from September to June serves as the site for the French presidential floral art exhibition.

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