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Another Paris

#202 of 1,322 Tours in Paris
Paris, France
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Discover another Paris onboard Another Paris' little blue train. In the side streets where coaches can't go, you will discover secret monuments and find out more about everyday life in Paris.5 routes with commentary in 5 languages: French, English, German, Spanish, Italian. Tours of 1 hour 15/30 minutes: ROYAL (Marais), ACADEMIC (Latin District), ARTIST (Saint-Germain des Pres), ELEGANT (Louvre - Garnier Opera House)and BOHEMIAN route of 2 1/2 hours (Montparnasse - Montsouris - Vanves fleamarket).
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Statt Meevens wrote a review Jan 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom28 contributions9 helpful votes
Very helpful booking by email. On a cold January day we were the only customers but we were warmly greeted and well treated. A very informative (royal) tour. I preferred to use my own Samsung headphones. You can pay contactless/by card on arrival.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Leslie Renee B wrote a review Oct 2019
Cayuga, Canada10 contributions20 helpful votes
By chance, we found the little blue train and took the Artists Tour of the Left Bank. We went down alleys where the big buses can’t go and saw monuments and churches, museums and galleries to our heart’s content. It was great to sit down and look up comfortably! It’s a bumpy ride because of all the cobblestones. Our driver was so kind to my companion who uses a walker. Small scale and intimate.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from CHENAIS14, Propriétaire at Another Paris
Responded 30 Oct 2019
Many thanks Leslie, we look forward to sharing with you another district next time! Please be aware that during hot days in summer we need to cover our transparent roof in order to make the visit more comfortable. See you soon!
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Gretchen W wrote a review Oct 2019
Edmonds, Washington2 contributions
We took 2 Another Paris tours. I use a large power wheelchair and it was the only bus tour we found that guaranteed space for the chair. It wás good,although due to size of my chair I sometimes could not see an entire building. ( it was cut off at the top )
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Havechairwilltravel wrote a review Jun 2019
Somerset, United Kingdom141 contributions85 helpful votes
A well thought-out trip around Paris, it was good to hear all about the buildings and history of the city. Good commentary. The landtrain we were in had windows in the roof which meant we could see up without a problem. Wheelchair accessibility We discussed this by email prior to the visit and when we arrived the ramp was out ready for the chair to go up. Accessibility is not a problem and it was particularly nice to be facing forward - on buses I often end up travelling facing backwards (for safety).
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from CHENAIS14, Gérant at Another Paris
Responded 4 Jun 2019
Many thanks and see you soon for another route!
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Eyeseeok76 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina9 contributions
Nice lady driver but train is enclosed with small window openings and you cannot see above 10 feet due to solid train roof. Fun if you enjoy sweating. Lol
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from CHENAIS14, Propriétaire at Another Paris
Responded 9 Aug 2018
Many thanks for your visit! Luckily in summer the transparent roof is covered, otherwise with 38 Celsius degrees outside on August 7th you wouldn't have survived! We hope that what you saw and listened to was interesting and helped you discovering another aspect of Paris. As soon as the temperatures go down (end of August or beginning of September), the roof will recover its transparency. Thanks for your understanding. Have a nice time in our amazing city!
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