The guillotine, gruesome accessory of a major episode of the French revolution known as the Terror, not only played its creaky song at Concorde square. As a mobile device, its blade chopped off thousands of heads in other Parisian neighborhoods. This is is where well start. You'll follow its bloody trail to the eeriest place ever! where French and American History meetup. After a short informative walk, the graal will be a fairly sized private estate with a countryside feel to it (chickens pecking around!) sheltering a small yet impressive old cemetery. Only families of the wealthy nobility whose kin have been beheaded during the French revolution are allowed to rest under their emblazoned graves. Among them you will see the tomb of heroic marquis of Lafayette, general of the U.S. war of Independence, whose deeds helped and influenced America's destiny.
Amidst the strangeness of the place and the eeriness of the situation, youll realize how close and connected we are to our common past. More than a History course, you will truly have a meaningful experience. Oddly enough, youll come out of it with an uplifting wow sense of awe and peacefulness! Promise to goodness :-)
- This small group tour for 8 people maximum runs from Monday to Saturday / Starts at 2 p.m. / Duration: 2 hours.
- We'll meet at location that is easy to find location - info received upon booking.
- We'll walk from a former spot of the guillotine to an amazing private estate with special memorial artifacts of the French revolution's terror episode and of the U.S. war of independence.
- You'll learn insider tips and suggestions on other fun things to do in Paris on top of learning accounts pertaining to the nature of this tour.