Abbaye-aux-BoisCapitoline VenusSalle du Palais-RoyalPalais-RoyalLes Deux PlateauxLes HallesPalais de la CitéConciergerietour de l'HorlogeSainte ChapelleSaint-Germain l'AuxerroisHôtel du Petit-BourbonVenus de MiloLouvre CastleSleeping HermaphroditeFontainebleau NymphLouvre Palacearc de triomphe du CarrouselLa RivièreTuileries Palace
⭐️ A PREMIUM GPS GUIDED AUDIO TOUR

Parijs: Een Wandeling Door Verleden En Heden

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An audio guided tour by Ryan Multilingual, The Tourist

Welcome to Paris! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 20 stops on a route of 7.58km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Abbaye-aux-Bois
Sight Abbaye-aux-Bois was a Bernardine convent in Paris, featuring buildings at 16 rue de Sèvres and 11 rue de la Chaise in the 7th arrondissement, with diverse uses and occupants throughout its history before destruction in 1907.
Abbaye-aux-Bois
Capitoline Venus
Statue Capitoline Venus: A slightly over lifesize marble statue of Venus, an Antonine copy of a late Hellenistic sculpture that ultimately derives from Praxiteles.
Capitoline Venus
Salle du Palais-Royal
Sight A second theatre at the Palais-Royal, opened in 1770, was the first purpose-built opera house in Paris, with a capacity of over 2,000 spectators, and hosted premieres of many famous operas, including those by Christoph Willibald Gluck and Niccolò Piccinni.
Salle du Palais-Royal
Palais-Royal
Sight Palais-Royal is a royal palace that served as the main Paris residence of the Duke and Duchess of Orléans, Philippe and Henrietta Anne, in the 17th century.
Palais-Royal
Les Deux Plateaux
Sight A conceptual grid installation formed by black-and-white columns of varying heights, poking out of the courtyard floor like seaside rock, concealing ventilation shafts and creating pools of water where passersby can toss coins.
Les Deux Plateaux
Les Halles
Sight A food market, Les Halles was historically Paris' central wholesale market, also known as the "Belly of Paris".
Les Halles
Palais de la Cité
Sight A palace with a rich history dating back to the Roman Empire, Palais de la Cité has served as a royal residence, fortress, and administrative center, with many monarchs living and ruling from its halls.
Palais de la Cité
Conciergerie
Sight A former royal palace turned courthouse and prison, the Conciergerie served as a medieval fortress and residence for French monarchs before being converted into a prison during the French Revolution.
Conciergerie
tour de l'Horloge
Sight A medieval clock tower in the palace of justice in Paris, part of the Conciergerie, features a Gothic-style clock face with four-digit Roman numerals and ornate decorations, including alligator-shaped hour and minute hands.
tour de l'Horloge
Sainte Chapelle
Sight A secularized church, Sainte Chapelle is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, built to house the relics of Christ, including the crown of thorns, and features an extensive restoration project to return its original splendor.
Sainte Chapelle

About this Tour ℹ

Stops
20
Walking time
92 min
Average Rating
-
Language
nl-BE
Distance
7.58km

Audio preview 🔊

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