Discover the city of Paris as it was during the Second World War on this guided walking tour through the city's history. Choose from 3 tour options, and discover the Paris under the Nazis, Paris during the Holocaust, or the liberation of Paris in 1944.
What to Expect
The history of the Second World War being as intricate and fascinating as it is, this tour offers 3 options, each focused on a different aspect of the war. Below are the detailed descriptions of the 3 tour options.
Option 1: Paris under the Nazi Occupation
On this tour, you'll visit the many well-known sites of Paris occupied by the Germans during World War II, including the Hotel Meurice, Place Vendôme, the Jeu de Paume in the Tuileries Gardens, the Concorde Square, Champs-Elysées, Avenue Foch, Trocadéro, and the Invalides.
Option 2: Paris and the Holocaust
On this tour, you'll visit the many places in Paris that witnessed the deportation of Jews during WWII, including the Marais (Jewish quarter), the Deportation Monument, the Veld'hiv Monument and other famous sites such as the Musée d'Orsay and the Lutétia Hotel.
Option 3: The Liberation of Paris
On this your, you'll visit the sites where Parisians defended their city in the days before the liberation, as well as places where battles took place within Paris during that fateful summer of 1944.
- English-speaking licensed guide
What's Not Included
- Any transportation
- Any admissions
- Any personal expenses
Know Before You Go
Please note that this is a walking tour and no transportation is included. All transportation will be done either by metro or bus according to your choice. Please consult your guide on the day.
Comfortable shoes and clothes are recommended.
No complaint will be accepted if not notified by clients during their stay. For trip cancellation and refund policy, please refer to the supplier's terms and conditions signed and agreed on at the time of booking.
All extra time will be billed. All modifications to your voucher must be done during office hours.
Tours take place, rain or shine. Refunds are not available in the case of rain or other inclement weather.
Please note that the "Paris and Holocaust" option can be cancelled due to Jewish festivals or on Fridays and Saturdays.