Paris Tours & Excursions

We will customize a trip for you and make all the arrangements.

Your personal guide will make Paris come alive.

We will make it easy.

Ready to experience Paris? Call me and let’s talk about your trip!


Paris Walking Tours

There is only one way truly to savor Paris: to walk its neighborhoods. Walk and appreciate the history, the architecture, the smells and the tastes. But you have to know where to go. Our select tour guides will help you discover authentic Paris. And if you want to rest your feet a bit, we will arrange a car or minibus with a guide.



Paris is also your springboard to historical and cultural experiences in northern France. We arrange day or half-day excursions with guides to anywhere you choose. You will be picked up at your hotel by a private car and driver or by a small luxury tour van with a handful of other interested English speakers.


Escorted Tours

Each year John Henry personally escorts a tour to Paris. The next escorted tour will be in August 2018. Please call John Henry directly for details (330-690-2936).


Monet’s Giverny

About 50 miles outside Paris Claude Monet had a home in the village of Giverny where he lived and painted in the last decades of his life. One of our guides can accompany you on a half-day trip to visit his home and experience the gardens, water lily pond and bridge he so famously painted.



A visit to Paris is not complete without a visit to Versailles, the grandest palace and gardens in Europe, built by Louis XIV. This 17th century palace contains the famous Hall of Mirrors and king’s apartment. Your guide will take you through the palace and vast gardens, including the Grand Trianon and Marie-Antoinette’s Petit Trianon.


Castles of the Loire

Take a drive through the countryside to the valley of the Loire river and enjoy the medieval and renaissance châteaux, such as Château d’Amboise which sits high above the river, Château de Chenonceau, and Château de Chambord with its famous towers and staircase.


Normandy D-Day Beaches

Normandy has two special attractions: the beaches the Allies took on D-Day and the medieval island castle and monastery of Mont Saint-Michel. A day-long trip to the D-Day landing beaches includes a visit to the American Cemetery and Memorial.