Carriage Ride

Romantic Carriage Rides
The proposal was great. She said yes! The horse drawn carriage was a hit, professional, romantic, truly a unique way to propose. I can't say enough good things about our driver and the event. Thanks!

Vintage Rolls

See Paris in a Vintage Rolls
Thank you very much for arranging the tour with Andre!!  He is a wonderful person, with an infectious laugh and an excellent guide to Paris.


Discover Champagne
I would like to thank you and Mick for wonderful experience in Champagne. Barbara and I had a great time. Everything about the tour was just perfect. We really enjoyed meeting and getting to know Mick. He has a wonderful knowledge of the region and its wines. We could not be more pleased.

Whether strolling hand and hand through winding streets or taking custom planned private guided tours by car with an English speaking local guide, you will find no lack inspiration for things to do on your Paris vacation.

A romantic cafe in the Latin Quarter or Montmartre, dinner at the Eiffel Tower, a gourmet dinner cruise, cooking classes, vintage 2CVs & visits to Versailles, Giverny, Normandy, Loire Valley & Champagne.

Our aim is to provide memorable experiences full of fun, history, traditional food and French wine.

Happy Couple "Thank you very much for your arrangement and both of us are very happy with your team and we are really grateful to you for your kindness."

Joseph & Mei

Trip Advisor CertificateOur clients are very demanding so we are proud and happy to know they really appreciate us because we appreciate them.

what's on

Horse & Carriage Mother's Day
We still have availability for Mother's Day on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of May according to what country you are from.

Henri Cartier-Bresson Photo Exhibit
Feb 12-June 9 at the Pompidou Center. This is one exhibit you can avoid. Expect 4hrs in several different lines and 400 photos curated poorly and without a new perspective on this great photorapher. More does not mean better!

Surrealist Exhibit at the Pompidou
Another exhibit to avoid. Poorly exhibited. You are better off reading Tom Wolfe's The Painted Word or going to the MOMA in New York if you really love contemporary art.