From graffiti art to hidden bars, Paris has a world of offbeat treasures with which to dazzle you. Wander off the beaten path and dive into another side of the tourist haven that is Paris with these wonderfully quirky attractions. Take a look!
Learn Techniques From The Street-Art Scene In Paris With A Graffiti Mural Workshop
Learn everything about Paris’ underground street-art movement by some of the city’s revered top graffiti artists. In the 2.5-hour-long workshop, participants will get to make their masterpiece. Everything you need to learn about this underground art will be included in the curriculum from sharpening your spray-paint skills, practicing on a variety of shapes to the basics of typography. Participants will get the chance to create a large-scale mural in a collaborative environment. The workshop begins at the Bercy Metro station and ends at the Skatepark de Bercy.
Get On A Vintage City Tour In A Citroen 2CV
In this tour, tourists can experience a romantic city tour while riding the Citroen 2CV, a French automobile. After getting picked up from your hotel, you will be whisked away across the city’s famous places like the Sacré-Cœur, the Arc de Triomphe, Place de la Concorde, the Moulin Rouge, the Palais Garnier, and more.
Capture A Different Side Of Paris On A Polaroid Photography Tour
You can roam the streets of Paris through a 2.5-hour photography tour with your Polaroid camera. Take beautiful photos of the Bastille Market, the banks of Seine, and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The meet up usually begins at the steps of Opéra Bastille. Here tourists are oriented on the history of instant photography before you’re allowed to start snapping.
Get Healthy In Style With A Parisian Running Tour
Who says you can’t be healthy when on holiday? This Parisian Running Tour gives tourists a chance to explore while staying in shape. The track will lead to the city’s picturesque landmarks like the Champs-Elysées, the pyramid of the Louvre Museum, and the Tuileries Garden. The tour starts at 7 AM right by the statue of Charlemagne across the Notre-Dame Cathedral and will be finished right in time before breakfast. Your guide will bring water and snacks.
Traverse The City By Night In The Sidecar of A ‘Moto’
Nothing says more Parisian than riding a moto. It is the local’s quintessential mode of transportation as it is designed to go through the narrow streets of the city with ease. It allows participants to see Paris from a different perspective. An excellent suggestion would be to book the Retro by Night Tour to witness the city lights twinkling under the dark sky. You will be treated to a glass of champagne in front of the Eiffel Tower to signal the end of the tour.