An original and exclusive fashion to discover all the facets of Paris is to follow the footsteps of major writers, painters and musicians who lived in the city for a while or for life.
Over the course of centuries, Paris has been the muse of plenty of artists who were inspired by their walks in the streets of the City of Lights, as well as their lives in cafés, restaurants, lounges and other Parisian locations, public or private, to describe real or get away from it.
Some places are still visible today, decades or even centuries later, others yet have closed or have been destroyed. But what is certain is these themed strolls will provide you with a breath of fresh air, and improve your knowledge, enjoyable, is it not?
Go and discover Paris in the footsteps of the greatest artists in History.
In the footsteps of the greatest writers and artists in Paris:
Saint Patrick’s Day 2022: in the footsteps of Oscar Wilde in Paris
For Saint Patrick’s Day 2022, follow the footsteps of Oscar Wilde, the most famous of Irish writers, in Paris. All along his life, the artist weaved a special link with the French capital city, and this is where he finished his life in 1900, in solitude and total deprivation. [Read more]
Discovery walk in Paris: in the footsteps of Molière
To celebrate Molière’s 400th birthday, go on a walk in Paris in the footsteps of the great French playwright, and discover the many places that marked his life. [Read more]
In the footsteps of Vincent Van Gogh, a walk in Auvers-sur-Oise
It is a few kilometers from Paris, in Auvers-sur-Oise, that Vincent Van Gogh spent the last days of his life. This very beautiful city is the perfect place to spend the day in the footsteps of one of the most famous painters in the world. Van Gogh, like the city of Auvers, still have a lot of secrets to unveil… [Read more]
Enjoy your stroll with friends, family or why not on your own!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 9 March 2022