I Love You Tour


Montmartre, the name itself conjures up the magic and mystery of Old Paris. From the base of the hill at the Moulin Rouge, past the I Love You Wall and up to the Panoramic view of the city from the Steps of Sacre Coeur has been a destination for lovers.

Montmartre has been the setting for many films like La Mome about the life of famous French singer Edith Piaf and the fabulous Destiny of Amelie Poulan. Another favorite is Moulin Rouge which quite accurately depicts the times and designs of the early music hall.

You can watch these films or experience it yourself in the comfort of a vintage Rolls Royce Silver Cloud or a quirky vintage 2CV. 

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Option 1: Vintage 2CV: 135€pp

6:00pm 1hr Private Tour/Transfer in a Vintage 2CV / 7:00pm Dinner & Drinks at La Bonne Franquette

Option 2: 2hr Car Tour   Vintage Rolls : 450€  /  2CV 2hrs: 220€  / Optional Champagne 50€

A perfect experience for an anniversary or birthday celebration driven by ab English speaking driver/owner through the City of Lights, while sipping a glass of Champagne.

Option 3: Photo Portrait Proposal 219€pp

6:30pm 1hr Photo Portrait session / 7:30pm 3 course dinner & drinks at La Bonne Franquette  9:15pm Entry and drinks at Lapin Agile



Available: Daily
Start Time:
On Request
Duration: On Request
Meeting Point: On Request
Includes: Private Guide

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"Absolutely wonderful from start to finish! Larry is great, extremely helpful with prompt, friendly service.

Our family of 5 (2 adults and three kids ages 16,11,9) took a gourmet food tour in Paris with Aurore. She was delightful."



During this tour, your foodographer will tell you the story of the origin of tourism. Once upon a time, the world's elites all came to Paris to finish their education and have fun, Paris being the first stop in the Grand Tour. Starting with the fundamental Parisian delight—a good meal—these excursions will bring back to life the secrets of the traditional French Tour : its rowdy and illicit pleasures, its refinements and delicacies, its dangers and brilliancy, all the ambiguities of Gai Paris.

The Grand Tour is a journey into the history of entertainment. We will follow the footsteps, if not the example of Russians dukes in the underworld of the early 19th century.




“You wanted to sit down in front of a new café forming the corner of a new boulevard still littered with rubbish but that already displayed its unfinished splendors. The café was dazzling." Baudelaire (The Eyes of the Poor)