The Paris Jazz Scene: Night Owls Tour
Enjoy a captivating evening Tour of Parisian Jazz with our Expert concierge....Details
You don’t have to be Catholic to enjoy this private tour, a very special and unique invitation from our Chairman, an international award-winning organist, to watch him play one of the most impressive pipe organs in Paris. Guy has been the acclaimed Master Organist for the St. Jacques – St. Christophe de la Villette Church in the 19th arrondissement for most of his life. He will greet you at the steps of this lovely neo-classical church, and bring you up to sit in the Organist’s loft during the Sunday service where you’ll be able to observe the Maestro play and watch the Catholic mass from “up above.” (Participation in the service is completely optional.)
Tour Length: 1.5 hours
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The Château de Fontainebleau, just 35 miles southeast of central Paris, can proudly claim to have been a sovereign residence for eight centuries. Capétiens, Valois, Bourbons, Bonaparte and Orléans, all members of French ruling dynasties, have lived within these walls. The chateau dates back to 1137—and centuries of royals have expanded this former royal hunting lodge to a more than 1,500-room estate. Most of what you’ll see dates back to the 16th century, a combination of Italian Renaissance art and French design, these rooms are some of the most intricate and breathtaking in France. If times allows, you can enjoy lunch in this charming area.
Tour Length: 5 – 6 hours