- 2.5 hours
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.
Rhona began her culinary training in Paris Michelin-starred kitchens. She taught cuisine and pastry at the French Culinary Institute in New York where she started the pastry program. Rhona became one of the first woman executive pastry chefs when she worked at the Lespinasse restaurant in the Saint Regis hotel. Her love to teach and write led her to translate a dozen authoritative books on pastry, bread, and cuisine. Living in Paris the past 18 years, Rhona is constantly exploring its many culinary offerings. She is presently putting finishing touches on a pastry book with a focus on understanding the basics.
Andrés has spent more than 16 years in Paris honing his culinary skills & knowledge. Starting in 2008 at the famous FERRANDI, L'école de cuisine et hôtelière, he learned the hard way the fine art of pastry & cuisine, apprenticing in noted Michelin-starred restaurants. Inspired by French cuisine, he then had the opportunity to study alongside European champion chef Olivier Boudot to discover secrets of French bread-making at the international Cordon Bleu school. Discovering a more epicurean penchant, he then left to study for the globally recognized Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Diploma, the French Wine Scholar, and the Champagne Master-Level program with the highest honors at the French Scholar Guild. He's also a Certified Wine Educator from the Society of Wine Educators. Now, armed with both the skills of a Sommelier & culinary nous, he is bringing the disciplines together as a food & wine editor, leading bespoke, fun, relaxed, ‘under the skin of the city’ tours around Paris’ independent delicatessens & vintners. He is also the co-founder of an Airbnb award-winning secret cheese cellar experience in Paris www.wetasteparis.com Join him in sharing his passion for the traditions, methods & history of arguably the finest cuisine and wine in the world.
Eric is a young entrepreneur with a passion for travels and discovery. Originally from Orléans in the Loire valley, where he first studied Geography and City Planning, Eric then moved to Paris to study at Sorbonne University where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Econometrics. He then got the opportunity to expatriate to Philadelphia to study at UPenn within the framework of a joint degree in Business and Law with Sciences Po, Paris. Recently, he moved back from the USA after two years, and now enjoys rediscovering Paris. You will often see him randomly wandering around the city or strolling museums and other monuments. For instance, he recently went back on top of the Eiffel tower for the first time in 14 years! Spontaneous, he's constantly exploring, and loves to discover lesser known areas and spot out new nice walks, unexpected buildings or quaint views.
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