Paris: 7 Virtual Walking Tours Through the City of Light

Do you miss walking the streets of Paris, bubbling with life and people? We’ve found 7 great walking videos from Paris, featuring long, treadmill-friendly walks during the day as well as at night. Did you know that Paris is called “the city of light”, or La Ville-Lumière, because of a 17th-century effort to make the city safer? To reduce the after dusk crime rate, lanterns were installed on almost all main streets. The residents of Paris were asked to place lights in their windows. Thus, wrongdoers would have a harder time hiding from the police during the night.

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5+ Hours Paris Walking Tour

This extensive walking tour takes you through many of Paris’ famous streets and landmarks. You’ll experience the Latin Quarter, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Élysées, Tuileries Garden, Les Invalides, and much, much more. Th… Read full text

5+ Hours Paris Walking Tour

This extensive walking tour takes you through many of Paris’ famous streets and landmarks. You’ll experience the Latin Quarter, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Élysées, Tuileries Garden, Les Invalides, and much, much more. This walk was filmed in July 2020.

17 km Walk Through Paris, From Centre Pompidou to Arc de Triomphe

This 17 km walk starts at the Centre Pompidou and takes you through the Stravinsky Fountain, Hôtel de Ville, Tour de l’Horloge, Pont Neuf, Pont des Arts, Grand Palais, and Champ de Mars before concluding at the Arc de Triomphe. Th… Read full text

17 km Walk Through Paris, From Centre Pompidou to Arc de Triomphe

This 17 km walk starts at the Centre Pompidou and takes you through the Stravinsky Fountain, Hôtel de Ville, Tour de l’Horloge, Pont Neuf, Pont des Arts, Grand Palais, and Champ de Mars before concluding at the Arc de Triomphe. This walk was filmed during July 2020.

Paris Evening Walk and Bike Ride

The walk ​starts at Place Saint-Michel, passes Rue des Rosiers,​ Rue de Charonne, Courtyard of the Hôtel de Ville,​ the Louvre Pyramid, and the​ Seine River.

Paris Evening Walk and Bike Ride

The walk ​starts at Place Saint-Michel, passes Rue des Rosiers,​ Rue de Charonne, Courtyard of the Hôtel de Ville,​ the Louvre Pyramid, and the​ Seine River.

Paris After Dark – Walking the Streets As Night Falls

This walking tour was filmed in september 2018 at sunset. You’ll see Cour Carrée, Rue Saint-Martin, Place Georges-Pompidou, Rue Rambuteau, Forum des Halles, and Jardin Nelson-Mandela.

Paris After Dark – Walking the Streets As Night Falls

This walking tour was filmed in september 2018 at sunset. You’ll see Cour Carrée, Rue Saint-Martin, Place Georges-Pompidou, Rue Rambuteau, Forum des Halles, and Jardin Nelson-Mandela.

Walking Tour of Back Streets and Shopping Streets of Le Marais, Paris

A walk through the Marais district of Paris, on Rue Rivoli and Rue des Rosiers.

Walking Tour of Back Streets and Shopping Streets of Le Marais, Paris

A walk through the Marais district of Paris, on Rue Rivoli and Rue des Rosiers.

Walking Tour in Paris: Montmartre to Sacré-Coeur

You’ll see sights such as St John the Evangelist of Montmartre Church, the bistro Le Vrai Paris,​ street art by Space Invader, Galerie Butte Montmartre, Gallery of Ceramic Art, Clos Montmartre Vineyards, and Carmel of Montmartre. … Read full text

Walking Tour in Paris: Montmartre to Sacré-Coeur

You’ll see sights such as St John the Evangelist of Montmartre Church, the bistro Le Vrai Paris,​ street art by Space Invader, Galerie Butte Montmartre, Gallery of Ceramic Art, Clos Montmartre Vineyards, and Carmel of Montmartre. This walking tour was filmed during a weekday in September 2018.

Paris Sunset Walk: 6th to 7th Arrondissement Through Boulevard Saint-Germain

This walk was filmed on Christmas Eve 2020. During the walk, you’ll see Place Henri-Mondor, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Quai Malaquais, and Rue du Bac.

Paris Sunset Walk: 6th to 7th Arrondissement Through Boulevard Saint-Germain

This walk was filmed on Christmas Eve 2020. During the walk, you’ll see Place Henri-Mondor, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Quai Malaquais, and Rue du Bac.

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