Napoleon’s Paris Private walking Tour

Looking for visiting some of the most emblematic monuments of Paris while having a pleasant walk? This Private Tour takes you to famous and off the beaten track landmarks related to Napoleon‘s life, in the very heart of Paris. You will discover some locations where he lived, where he liked to go for dinner, for theater, but also where he loved and fought…

Take this Private Guided Tour! 2 hours to discover Napoleon‘s life in the very heart of Paris + discover some of the most famous buildings of Paris

The Carrousel du Louvre

When his father sends him to Paris, Napoleon is a young student coming from his distant Corsica. He barely speaks French and he is still called “Napolione Buonaparte“. Embrassing a military career, Napoleon quickly becomes a man of society, desired by women, courted, and married twice. He has habits in his favorite restaurants and theaters in Paris, whereas some other locations are associated with him through bloody events…

As a Parisian, Napoleon will also keep on beautifying the city, and if he is now recognized for some major architectural projects, he will provide to Paris many less famous buildings, such as fountains, docks and other off the beaten track buildings.

This Private Guided Tour takes you through Napoleon’s life as a man, strolling in the streets of Paris‘ heart.

Saint Roch church. Napoleon tours in Paris We will show you where the bombing against Napoleon took place on the 24th December 1800, rue St Nicaise. Napoleon tours in Paris

Send us an email or contact us to book your tour.

Each Private Tour is custom-tailored and different : prices start at 259€ per group (up to 4 persons).

Napoleon’s Paris Private walking Tour : testimonials

K. Sy (USA) :
« I was pleasantly surprised about my Napoleon tour! I had no idea how important he was in the history of Paris and how his influence is still present in French traditions. I definitely recommend this tour. Not only do you get to see a lot of Paris sites, you also get to see it through the eyes of Napoleon. »

P. Niogret (France) :
« nous avons passé un excellent moment avec Agnès
très pro, beaucoup de connaissances sur le sujet très vaste.
Les 2 heures n’ont pas été suffisantes, et la visite du musée réduite , elle n’a pas pu accéder avec nous à la partie expo sur Napo, dommage.
mais dans l’ensemble bonne appréciation ! »

Z. Raad (USA) :
« Thank you Mr. Marck, it was excellent! I would recommend it to all who may be interested in Napoleonic history and are visiting Paris! Many thanks again. Warmest wishes »

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