Paris Christmas Market Tour
"Each place we visited was colorfully decorated for Christmas. It was all delicious—from the mulled wine outside to the macarons, cheeses, and chocolates! It was a real treat to be in Paris with my family for the holiday season."
We'd recommend the New Parisian Palate walk, which explores new traditions in French and Parisian food. It will give you a different perspective on French food and a feel for a different neighborhood.
To learn even more about the delights of Paris in December, read our blog post here.
Yes. If you have any specific allergies or intolerances, please indicate these in the Additional Notes section when placing your booking, and your expert will do their best to accommodate.
Some of the shops we visit are small, and many will have a step up to access them. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions regarding accessibility.
Born and educated in France, Laurie started her working life in the telecom industry, living in Asia and the Middle East before heading back to France to pursue her initial passion for food. She then attended Ferrandi school of gastronomy, in Paris, to become a chef. Having experienced working in Michelin stars restaurants and bistrots, she enjoys discovering new products and producers, and is dedicated to work following the seasons and local farms. Food markets and artisan shops are always a great source of inspiration to be shared with every food lover.
Born and raised in Paris, David graduated in languages and international trades and worked at the information bank of the Louvre museum before embracing his lifelong passion for food and wine by managing various gastronomical establishments, including two Michelin-starred restaurants. He then completed his formation by getting his sommelier diploma. Well-acquainted and up to date with his hometown's effervescent food scene, David enjoys sharing his love with French culinary traditions by bringing visitors to his favorite spots and putting them in complete immersion to see through the eyes of a Parisien.
Lisa is a Pastry Chef, Chocolatier and Culinary Educator currently based in Paris, France. After fifteen years working as an Arts Educator in her home city of New York City, then internationally in Taiwan, Argentina, Switzerland and Venezuela, Lisa decided to move to Paris to explore another of her lifetime passions- baking and chocolate! Once in Paris, she earned her diploma in French Patisserie from the esteemed Ferrandi Academy, adding to her BA from Tufts University and MFA in Photography and Arts Education from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She also holds certifications in Bean to Bar Chocolate from Callebaut Academy in Belgium and the FBM program in Italy. Lisa decided to combine these passions and create special learning experiences for visitors to Paris, providing the unique insights of a trained pastry chef through the lens of an experienced teacher, so that each traveler gets the most out of their tour.
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