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01. What is the duration of the tour?

- The Paris Walking Tour Experience is approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes.

- The Montmartre Walking Tour Experience is approximately 2 hours

- The Versailles Musical Fountains Experience is approximately 3 hours.

- The Versailles Gold Experience is approximately 5 hours. (No live guide inside the Palace of Versailles)

It depends on the pace and traffic how fast a tour will proceed, but don´t be afraid: you won´t miss any details during the trip!

02. Where is the meeting point?

The Paris Walking Tour Experience starts in the heart of the famous Latin quarter, right in front of the Fountain of Saint Michel de Paris.

Metro 4 or RER C - Both stop right under the square. Your expert tour guide will be waiting for you, holding a Red and Yellow sign. 

The Montmartre Walking Tour Experience starts in the center of Boulevard de Clichy, ON Place Blanche.

Metro 2 - Station Blanche. Your expert tour guide will be waiting for you, holding a Red and Yellow sign. 

The Versailles Musical Fountains or Gold experience starts in front of Station Versailles Château Rive Gauche (RER C) Spot the Red and Yellow Tada-sign with your expert tour guide attached to it!

03. Do we return to the meeting point at the end of our tour?

- No, the Paris Walking Tour Experience ends on Pont Alexandre III, which is near the Champs Elysees, the Pont Neuf and Hotel des Invalides. From there you can take Metro 9 or Metro 1 to go the Eiffeltower or the Arc of Triomph.

- No, the Montmartre Walking Tour experience ends in front of ´Le Mur des je t´aime´ on Place Abbesses, Montmartre.

- Yes, the Versailles Musical Fountains Experience ends at the meeting point, Station Versailles Château Rive Gauche

- No, the Versailles Gold experience ends in front of the Palace of Versailles. Your guide will bring you to the palace after lunch.

04. Is the tour wheelchair-accessible? 

Unfortunately the tours are not suitable for people in a wheelchair, people with heart problems and/or people not in an average shape. All tours include stairs, hills and a certain duration. Remember to put on your walking shoes!

05. Can I work for your company?

Yes, on a regular basis we invite people to explore the possibilities of becoming a tour guide. Even if you´re unexperienced a training could be offered in combination with the book ´How to become a fun Tour guide´, available on Send us a message and we´ll reply asap.