City Guide: Paris
Paris By Mouth Tours
A dream food tour exploring Paris's culinary scene, meeting shopkeepers, and tasting the city's epicurean treasures.
If it’s not the first thing you do, taking a culinary walking tour should be tops on the agenda for any food-driven visitor in Paris. An eating crawl puts the city’s food scene into context, gives you direct access to a food-and-wine-obsessed local and it will likely be the high point of your time in the City of Light.
What to Expect:
Tours run seven days a week and include meet and greets with shopkeepers, samples and indispensable knowledge from the guides. Paris By Mouth only host small groups (a maximum of seven) and focus on neighborhood crawls through: St. Germain, the Latin Quarter, the Left Bank and the Marais. In the past they have also offered single-subject tours like their Chocolate and Pastry Tour (not currently available). We are partial to the Marais, but you can’t really go wrong since no matter which tour you decide on you’ll be eating and drinking your way through this world food capital with an insider.
Taste of the Marais
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