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Hello, I am an American, English speaking guide available for private or small group tours of Paris.  Enjoy a personal custom designed tour from a professional artist living in Paris.  

Enjoying life as a Parisian for more than a decade, we can help you experience the city we know and love.  Have fun discovering the unknown aspects of this capital city together without getting lost or looking at a map.  With our help you can wander off the beaten path to find traditional markets, scenic neighborhoods and less explored museums.  

Let me help you make the most of your stay in Paris.  Whether you are here for a day, a week or longer, I can help you see as much of Paris as possible.

From an introductory walking tour of the contrasting historic neighborhoods to a focus tour of whatever might be of special interest to visitors, we can make it a pleasure to discover the classic and unusual views that help to make this city the most visited in the world.

The Lost Generation

"There is never any ending to Paris and the memory of each person who has lived in it differs from that of any other."

"There is never any ending to Paris and the memory of each person who has lived in it differs from that of any other."


"If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast."

-Ernest Hemingway

A focus on Hemingway’s Paris


The writer Ernest Hemingway was one of the best know American expatriates to have lived in the city of Paris.  This walk with a focus on Hemingway’s favorite places, inevitably include a number of other artists.  Paris would be a magnet for the “Lost Generation”.  


“Paris was where the twentieth century was”, Gertrude Stein would say.  She is also given credit for naming the artists that would gather around her in this period “the lost generation”.  These would also include:  Ezra Pound, F.Scott Fitzgerald, T.S. Elliot, John Dos Passos, Josephine Baker, Isadora Duncan, and Cole Porter.

Much of the artistic and literary colony found their way to the left bank quarter of Montparnasse.  Central to life in this neighborhood are four large cafés.  These dominate the crossroads where the boulevard Montparnasse meets the boulevard Raspail: La Coupole, and La Rotonde, Le Dôme and Le Sélect soon had international reputations. The twenties' expatriates were as closely identified with these cafés as Sartre and the Existentialists were with the Flore and the Deux Magots on the boulevard St. Germain in post WWII Paris.

Hemingway’s first Paris home was rented near the top of the Montagne Saint-Genevieve off of the rue Mouffetard.  He would eventually find a preference for working at the cafe La Closerie des Lilas.  Our wanders of Hemingway’s Paris can take us through these wonderful neighborhood streets, to the cafes and gardens where Hemingway and others would find their inspiration.