Arrange a date for the foodie in you, walk through Paris

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French cuisine in itself is a legend. But to wander around the French capital and tasting the best of the cuisine while experiencing the quintessential Parisian outdoors is the dream come to true, the chance of a lifetime.

There are a number of options available which comes under the Paris gastronomy tour. Here, I am going to list out some of the recent bests according to customer rating in the city. Hopefully, it will help you pick a good one while you’re making your next trip to the food and fashion heart of the world.

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Montmartre Food and Wine Tour

If you want to enjoy a range of tasty food from gourmet cheese to multi-colored pastries this is your chance. This trip takes around 10 stops at different gastronomic pointers at different locations of the city. You get to enjoy the views of the cobbled-stoned art districts and meet the best of the food artists of the city all in one tour.

This trip includes some of the most popular cultural symbols of Paris, such as Le Moulin Rouge and Le Sacré Cœur. All gifted food artisans play a major part in contributing to the warm and unique atmosphere of the district.

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Marais District Food Walking Tour with Wine and Cheese Tastings        

The guided tour of the Marais food and wine scene is an exclusive one. You get the flavors of different cheese, cured meat, wine, macaroons but that’s not the best of it, you also get to feel connected with the history and culture of the city.

You will start from the Le Marais district and will walk from shop to shop tasting wine, cheese, and baguettes. You will visit neighborhoods like the French Renaissance–style Hôtel de Ville and 17th-century Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church; don’t forget to take a note of the Marché des Enfants Rouges, the oldest market in the city.

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Paris Secret Food Tour: Taste of Montmartre

If you like things personalized, maybe this is your thing then. Montmartre neighborhood has a reputation for its charm. Try delicacies like the croissants, éclairs at a local patisserie, and of course, there’s cheese at the fromagerie. When your personal guide gets you to the classic chocolaterie you will devour as many chocolates as humanly possible and we know it. The tour also includes a visit to a butcher shop where you can taste the world’s juiciest French hams and cured sausages at your heart’s content. Don’t worry, there are wine bar stops too.

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 Viator Exclusive: 3 Course Dinner Cruise with Champagne at Marina de Paris

Sail on the Seine River on a boat with glass roof and windows that give you gorgeous view of the city, Paris along with a three-course lunch and a three-course dinner which differ according to your choice of booking. There are four options to choose from and you can take your pick according to your budget and schedule.

Relaxing at a window seat sipping on a glass of wine or champagne you can gaze at the Louvre, Ile de Cité, the Eiffel Tower, and Pont Neuf. The cruise finishes after a particular period of time after which the drops its passengers off at the shore. Also, you will do good to remember there is only one dessert available, alas! But true.

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Paris Chocolate Walking Tour

I saved it for last as it is my favorite one in the whole list of things. Wink! Wink!

It takes an intimate group of eight people which is good in itself as you get to learn the history of French chocolate in details. There are five stops at exclusive chocolate boutiques with free tasting and the added benefit of getting to visit iconic spots in the city like the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde.

Start your journey at the famed Place de la Concorde square with your tour guide and take a walk towards the 1st arrondissement – this is the heart of some of the finest chocolatiers in Paris. The two-hour-tour will let you visit the Right Bank’s famous sightseeing spots like the Louvre, Rue Saint-Honoré and the Palais Garnier – the famous opera house in Paris.

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