Saint-Germain des Prés guided tour

This Parisian neighborhood on the left bank is famous for its medieval church (with the oldest bell tower in the city), its picturesque little streets and its cafés where many artists, politicians and writers used to go, such as Picasso, Oscar Wilde, Man Ray, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Benjamin Franklin, and many others.

Duration : 2 hours Photos allowed Walking tour
Meeting point

In front of the main entrance of Saint-Germain-des-Prés church

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A knowledgeable and entertaining tour guide

The Aime Paris tour guides are friendly, educated, enthousiastic, reliable, energetic, with academic background and professionnal experience. They are used to dealing with groups of all ages and sizes. They are able to offer tours in different languages.

A fascinating guided tour

Guided tours are the best way to get to know Paris, from the most famous monuments to the secret places only parisians know about. Learn everything about Art, Architecture and History in a fun way !

Easy access to the Parisian sights

The Aime Paris tour guides are holders of the Guide Conférencier National professional badge (the highest tourist guiding qualification in France), therefore they are able to use special entrances at certain well known attractions to avoid waiting in long lines.

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