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The legendary Grands Boulevards created by Louis XIVbear a name synonymous with pleasure and entertainment for French Royalty. Between secret covered passageways and picturesque boulevards 19th century theaters, and legendary 17th century old shopping malls and cafs, await you.At one the oldest caf of Paris your guide will divulge secrets of the neighborhood, the history of French beverages, the art of drinking, and the nightlife that catered to the rich European tourists attracted to Paris when it became the capital of Modernity.The maze of hidden streets, elegant shops and traditional cafsfrom a bygone age are the backdrop for the second stop in a prestigious and beautiful wine cellar decorated and beautiful bottles. Finally, hearstories and secrets about the Royal Pleasures and intrigue of the French kings, and their mistresses aroundPalais Royal.
Feel the soul of a local neighborhood in Belleville.A local bar, which was Edith Piafs and Maurice Chevalier concert hall, is neighborhood crossroad and meeting place where greeting everyone, including perfect strangers, is the rule. Here your guide will share anecdotes of everyday life over a glass of wine, or if you are adventurous, a Picon Beer, a favorite of the local hipsters.Follow the narrow streets, tiny inner courtyards, and past the local vineyard, en route to a bar and terrace with a rather unusual panoramic view over Paris. This is the perfect location to discuss Parisian wine culture and watch chic bohemians pushing strollers in their new playground are found here.Finally, explore the hills and caves of an idyllic 19th century romantic park before visiting an historic wine garden.
Learn about the enchanting neighborhood of Butte Montmartre and its artistic, free-spirited life, its inhabitants, historic vineyards, and local drinking culture.Across from the oldest cabaret in Paris your guide will kick off the tour with stories about the development of wine culture in Paris right in front of the oldest working vineyard in Paris. This is the perfect introduction to a glass of champagne at a new chic bistro close to one of the last surviving windmills.A neighborhood cafe tucked away just behind the Sacr Cur is your 2nd destination where locals and painters of Place du Tertre meet for a casual drink and to philosophize on the events of the day. En route take a photo from one of the most famous vantage points in Paris. Meander along the winding paths of the legendary southern slopes past Picassos studio andAmelie Poulins bar for a final drink in aquiet hidden garden in the shadow of the Moulin Rouge. Hear stories and anecdotes about the golden age of Cabaret and 19th century drinking culture.