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Stroll A French Market & Have A Picnic

Quick Details

  • Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday, year-round from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Duration: 3 hours
Adult (Ages 11+)
Child (Ages 6-10)
Infant / toddler (Ages 0-5)

Paris Market & Picnic Tour

This small group activity is the perfect Paris food tour for food lovers.

You start with a stroll at a typical, colorful, and lively local French market, filling your senses with an abundance of aromas while sampling local delights. A yummy way to understand French culture, lifestyle (or Art de Vivre), and to excite your taste buds!

A light picnic with French wine and our fresh picks from the outdoor market follows at a relaxed and green Parisian location. Paris never felt so real than with your stomach deliciously satiated and your mind lighthearted.


  • Small group activity for up to eight people
  • Leisurely walk through a typical outdoor French market
  • Informal course and insider tips from your guide
  • Interact positively with vendors with easily learned key phrases in French
  • Picnic at a Parisian park with a selection of cheeses, fruits, baguette, and other picks from the market
  • Enjoy a libation with a complimentary bottle of French wine
  • Great tips and suggestions on fun things to do in Paris
  • Some surprises because you are a VIP (Vacationer in Paris)
  • We cheerfully part ways in a lovely Paris location near great attractions

Stroll at a French market like a local and feel Parisian for a day!

While there are widely popular markets like the Marché Maubert near Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris in the Latin Quarter or like the Marché d’Aligre near Bastille, each market has its own personality. There are also ethnic or specialty markets like the flower market on Cité Island and the Paris Flea market.

Palatable, tasty cheeses “fromage,” baguette breads, and juicy, colorful fruits and vegetables are at the rendez-vous in every Parisian market, where locals go grocery shopping. It is also an invitation to discover other French region’s specialties called “terroirs.”