Paris, a city of writers in the roaring 20'
Was it Paris who made Hemingway? Or Hemingway who left his mark in Paris?
Discover this and much more during this exciting stroll full of anecdotes
If you're a Hemingway fan or you've been to Paris before and wish to re-discover it through the eyes of a young American writer, this stroll is for you.
Have you though how it felt to be a foreigner in Paris in the 20'? Why did so many intellectuals choose this city as their home?
It is here, in the shadow of more senior writer, while strolling among the shelves of Shakespeare & Co. that Hemingway confirmed his will to become a writer.
Immerse yourself in the Jardin de Luxembourg, the Montparnasse cafés and all those spots where this Nobel Prize writer's career took crucial turns and made him the legend he is today .
Highlights along your way
"Midnight in Paris" stairs
Jardin du Luxembourg
Gertrude Stein's apartment*
Café or Cocktail break
This nostalgic stroll will transport you to Paris as Hemingway discovered it in the 20's.
Start this walk in the neighbourhood where he lived and worked in as a young journalist.
Experience the charm of the Latin Quarter while discovering its spectacular architecture like the Pantheon* and the church of Saint Etienne du Mont*.
If you wish you can make a break to grab a coffee or the writer's favourite cocktail.
Cross the green and flowery Luxembourg Garden while understanding its importance in the writer's life and work.
Stroll the unknown streets of Montparnasse where he used to visit the iconic Gertrud Stein and the many Brasseries where he would build some of his most famous friendships.
*This itinerary happens mostly in open spaces, monuments marked with a * will be discovered from the exterior
up to 6 people
Outside the metro station "Censier-Daubentonl" (find location here)
Get ready to walk about 3,6 kms / 2,2miles.
Private expert guide & interesting themed itinerary
Coffee or Wine break
Extra expenses (optional)
Coffee or Hemingway's favourite cocktail - break, snacks
This tour takes place rain or shine
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