About us

We are a group of Paris tour guides who share their enthusiasm for Paris and France and love to infuse it in other people. The Paristroller team is made of young individuals who followed different educational paths, but have the knowledge and passion for Paris in common.

Discovering beautiful places, traces and stories, the Paristroller team will be your perfect travel mate: a friend, a relative, someone you just met but you feel like you've known them for a long time.

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Sara

Nico

Elisa

Martina

A few years ago, Paristroller was a small project; nowadays, it is a top company in the tourism industry in France. Our tours are all different and addressed to all those who want to live a new idea of travel, sharing feelings and knowledge.

Our work is dynamic and constantly evolving: our Paris tour guides love studying and refresh our knowledge, aiming to propose unusual paths, in line with the new artistic and cultural expressions.

We offer our cultural services with passion and accuracy. The Paristroller team is authorised and certified by French Culture and Tourism Ministry.

We’ll guide you with wonder, accuracy and professionalism. While travelling and exploring, together we’ll build together the souvenir of a shared experience!

Word of mouth

See for yourself what our customers think about us!

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“Excellent and professional!”

I’m a travel agent and I took a small group in Paris last December. I discovered Parigirando surfing on the Net and I chose them for some guided tours in Paris and Versailles. They are cheaper and Simone and Sara are really brilliant, fascinating, cheerful and helpful guides.

Isabella Pan
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“A+”

I decided to bring my son in Paris to realize his (and mine) dream to see the Eiffel tower. I wished an easy and tailored holiday: it was just so thanks to Parigirando! Simone took us two afternoons in Paris, we did tours especially conceived for a 7 years old kid; my son felt really fascinated by the tour…

Sofia R
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“Living a fairy tale in Paris”

I’m a teacher and I have been in Paris with a few collegues and pupils. Unfortunately, we couldn’t book neither d’Orsay nor Louvre museums. Simone helped us to solve our problem.

Leoto 56
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Federica C.

We booked some tours for a very important customer of our agency and they were really pleased. They are a very professional and competent agency. We are very happy to have known them…

David Anderson

Sara

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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About Sara

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Nico

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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About Nico

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Elisa

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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Work experience

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About Elisa

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Martina

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

Education

Certifications

Work experience

Degrees focused on

About Martina

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?