Paris Guided Evening Walking Tour


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Uncover the dark history of Paris as you explore the city at night. Hear stories from your guide and discover the city's mysterious and often horrific past, its ghosts, legends and historical people.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 21:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail


  • English-speaking guide

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Max Qty: 20 (Maximum tickets can be booked)

Start Timings

  • 19:30,  21:00


  • 2 (hrs)

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Meeting point is at the statue of Henri IV, in the middle of Pont Neuf at the western end of Ile de la Cite. Pont Neuf is the bridge that links Ile de la Cite to both the left and right banks of Paris. The statue is of a man on a horse sitting in the middle of the bridge.
    Nearest Metro: Pont Neuf (7) or Cite (4).
    Guides will be wearing blue polo shirts or jackets at the meeting point for easy recognition.


  • This tour is unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or any impairments requiring special assistance, as well as strollers or baby carriages on group tours.
  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

Additional Notes

  • Please arrive at your check-in location 15 minutes prior to the start time.
  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
  • In case of emergency in finding the meeting point or for any other urgent matter please call the activity provider. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Strollers are not allowed


Paris Guided Evening Walking Tour
19:15:00 Check-in by the Statue of Henri IV at Pont Neuf

Day: Day1
21:00:00 Square du Vert-Galant and the Louvre
Walk through the site where the last of the Knights' Templar were burned at the stake. Next, head to the Louvre and enjoy the outside view of one of the rear facade, considered as the most haunted place in Paris.
Day: Day1
Discover the 7th-century church and learn how and why around 30,000 Huguenots were murdered in the infamous St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre of 1572. Continue to La Fontaine de la Croix du Trahoir and learn about what living in Paris during the Middle Ages was like.
Day: Day1
Fontaine des Innocents
Take a stroll along Rue de la Ferronnerie and see the place where Henry IV of France was assassinated by Ravaillac in 1610. See the Fontaine des Innocents and a site of a former cemetery. When it closed in 1780, the remaining bones and corpses had to be transported to another place.
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Saint-Jacques Tower
Hear about the Reign of Terror and marvel at this 52-meter tower and what was left of the former Church of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie destroyed during the French Revolution. Continue to La Fontaine du Palmier and listen to the exciting story of Napoleon Bonaparte's legacy.
Day: Day1
Seine River and the Conciergerie
Learn how the Seine River had a strong influence on the city and hear the story of its victims. Catch a glimpse of the Conciergerie and discover the prison where Marie Antoinette was incarcerated during the French Revolution.
Day: Day1
Ile de la Cite
Hear tales of early ritual worship and walk through the same alleyways where serial killers once preyed on the city’s residents.
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Palais du Justice
Stop at the Palais du Justice where those judged guilt under the French Revolution were tortured and sentenced to the guillotine in front of cheering crowds, despite being Kings or revolutionaries themselves.
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Hotel Dieu and Hotel de Ville
Head to the Hotel Dieu, Paris' oldest hospital and was one of the only places treating the sick during plague epidemics that decimated the population. Proceed in front of the Hotel de Ville, formerly known as "Place du Greve", where many bloody executions and tortures took place in public.
Day: Day1
21:30:00 Tour Ends at Hotel de Ville

Day: Day1

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