All about the ICONIC RESTAURANTS OF PARIS PHOTO TOUR
Travel to Paris is a fulfilling experience under several points of view, the city is able to satisfy all of your senses, taste too. To discover the many bistro of the city, follow us in this iconic restaurants of Paris photo tour.
Bistro, cafés and brasseries; sit in an iconic bar drinking wine or coffee while writing, reading, or simply dreaming, is already by its own a good reason to visit Paris. The city is, in effect, well known for its cuisine, considered here as a true artistic expression, and the presence of many eating houses is undoubtedly an added value at the visit of the city. The existence of so many iconic places is, for a photo lover (that will by the way appreciate the delicacies of the French kitchen too), a huge possibility to portray the picturesque and characteristics essence that become so peculiar of the French capital. Understand the value of the kitchen and the importance of such places for the Parisians will let you portray them at their most, appreciating in a more deeply way the appeal and influence these small places exercise on the people.
Symbol of belle vie, each alley and street has one or more traces of the love of the Parisians for the gastronomy; feel free to come with us and get lost to shoot and discover some side or hidden gems. Strolling around with our master photographer will let you understand and appreciate the real love the Parisians have for the cafés, here considered center of social life. Sit at a table, eat, drink and observe people walking or the world going by. Take a chair and listen or imagine the several stories each café can tell, these is such a pleasant experience you absolutely have to share with Parisians. Thanks to our master photographer you will be able to experiment with the settings of your camera, and enjoy the different natural “frames” in the city, in order to obtain the exact effect you want for your picture. Get tips and tricks, suggestions and insider hints to get the most from your camera. You will be very excited to learn with us and to develop your abilities directly on-the-field.
There are millions of small and iconic restaurants all over the city. Probably some more hidden places could be even more fascinating and charming than the ones we propose you to capture with your camera.
Rue des Hospitalières Saint-Gervais
Along this peculiar and picturesque street, some renowned restaurants continuously attract both citizens and tourists. An interesting, colorful and multi-ethnic crowd of hungry people enjoying the delicatessen these cafés can offer them.
Au Rocher de Cancale, 78 Rue Montorgueil
Opened in 1846 this restaurant is characterized by a charming and peculiar blue façade.
L’Escargot , 38 Rue Montorgueil
This restaurant opened in 1832 and it has always been very popular. Here had dinner even Proust, Chaplin and other famous personalities.
Boulangerie La Parisienne at 48 rue Madame in Saint-Germain
This bakery has been declared the best baguette in town in 2016. Now a days is a common point for everyone who wants to taste the authentic flavor of Paris.
Le Relais Odéon, 132 Boulevard Saint-Germain
This brasserie is characterized by modern furniture and contemporary cooking. The location allow a pleasant break even during late hours.
Latin St. Germain, 92 Boulevard Saint-Germain
In the heart of the Latin district, not far from the Cluny museum, this restaurant offers its clients a nice and easy atmosphere and several possibilities to eat or just drink something.
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?
Items that are included in the cost of tour price
- The photo tour includes the workshop with the master photographer.
- You can chose to book a private tour to set the workshop on your personal needs.
Whats not included in this tour
Items that aren’t included in the cost of tour price
- Photographic gear
How can I book?
The photographic tours could take place in the major cities, every day in the whole year. We look for the best of the urban context and suggest it to our community. Photo shooting activities are available both privately or in group up to a maximum of 8 photographers (please check the dedicated section private vs. group photo tour). In both cases we recommend to ask with at least 7 days in advance.
Are there cancellation police?
In case of heavy rain or impossibility to conduct the tour by the photo master, the photo tour could be cancelled up to 24 hours before its beginning. If you wish to renounce for personal reasons, it is possible to cancel the reservation up to 72 hours before the beginning of the tour, without adduce any further reasons. In both cases the total amount would be refund completely, except for the PayPal transaction fees, or a new date could be rescheduled.
Can I propose a photo tour?
Of course! We will be happy to hear a proposal from you and we will do our best to make it real.
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Can I customize my photo tour?
There is this opportunity. Ask as and we will be happy to please you.
What is the difference between a private and a group photo tour?
MasterPhotoTour offers two distinct ways to take part in a photo tour:
– PRIVATE PHOTO TOUR: this one-to-one mode is specifically arranged on your level and competences to better suit your needs and will. It costs 370$ (349€) for a 3 hours workshop or 582$ (549€) for a 6 hours one. The itinerary of these private walks can be completely customized according to the preferences and will of the participant, both before and during the tour. This private mode is suitable even for couples and small groups of friends that want to enjoy an exclusive experience.
– SMALL GROUP PHOTO TOUR: our photographers offer useful and interesting experiences even for small groups up to a maximum of 8 photographers. We set this limit in order to better follow each client and get him all the attention he needs. The prices are 96$ (89€) per head for a 3 hours tour, or 147$ (139€) for a 6 hours workshop.
Born and raised in Montreuil, she moved to Paris to study art and improve her photographic technique. She loves urban and still life photography, though she is also exploring different fields. As professional freelance her works have been published on several newspapers and magazines.