PHOTO SHOOT (3H)

  • France Tourism

Description From $ 215.09

LOC2 - PHOTO SHOOT – 3H - $215.09

 

Your photo-shoot starts at the Palais Royal where you’ll soak up the beauty of the gardens and discover the rich history of this former royal residence. You’ll also get a chance to frolic among the famous Buren Columns, where many a high profile fashion photo-shoot has taken place.

Next is the pyramid of the Louvre and the Jardin des Tuileries, both great photo ops with intriguing pasts. You’ll then cross Place de la Concorde, where you’ll learn of the infamous guillotine executions before heading down the illustrious Champs-Elysées. Here you’ll pass by the Grand Palais and Petit Palais, two architectural jewels from the 1900 World Expo. Learn about the city’s past, walk in the footsteps of French dignitaries, and shop a little as your personal paparazzo captures all your best angles.

Then you’ll cross the river to the Hôtel des Invalides, a renowned war and weaponry museum, and also the home of Napoleon’s tomb. The gilded dome and vast garden will provide great backdrops for your next set of gorgeous pictures.

The last leg of the tour takes place at the Champ de Mars and Eiffel Tower nearby. What better way to conclude your visit than with a pose in front of this immortal Parisian symbol? Your professionally compiled portfolio is nearly ready—and that’s when our surprise comes in!

What happens if it’s raining on the day of my tour? In the event of rain the tour will continue as scheduled, but we’ve got some tricks to keep you dry. You’ll start at the Palais Royal as usual, and then explore 19th century covered arcades where history and sophistication merge. Don’t worry, Paris in the rain is a romantic thing--your photos will be equally fabulous!

 

Included

- 200 high-res digital photos to take home right after the shoot

- A private pro photographer at your disposal for 3 hours

- A list of tips on how to enjoy your perfect Paris Photo Shoot

- Unforgettable sightseeing including monuments, bridges, and historic streets

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