Visit Paris on the dark side …
Oh yes ! Even the City of Light houses shadows … It hides stories where legends and black magic cross. Follow the guide recommended by your Parisian hotel of the 14th and let yourself be transported in this Paris so little known.
Thanks to the excursion “Dark Side Paris“, go back in time to mysterious places of the capital … Let yourself be guided in an unknown Paris that will deliver you its darkest secrets. An unusual visit to book with your hotel in Montparnasse or offer to your relatives.
“Paris Obscur”: back to the Middle Ages
To begin your journey in time, find your speaker guide, place Maubert, in the 5th district, a few minutes from your hotel in Montparnasse.
You begin the visit in the footsteps of master Albert of Cologne the Magician to find you at the feet of Notre Dame, cathedral surrounded by fables and mysteries.
The suspense is at its height as you wander through the narrow streets where tenebrous business took place that caused a lot of ink and blood to flow!
Through the different places of the visit, you will hear many stories and legends. From the Saint-Jacques tower to the “Black Queen” tower you will understand how reality can go beyond fiction. Attention, you may come across the ghost of the soothsayer …
Other excursions proposed by your hotel in Montparnasse
To visit the capital, your Parisian hotel of the 14th district selects quality excursions in order to satisfy all your desires. We propose you an original way to discover Paris, which will seduce history and heritage lovers, but also thrills lovers!
Thanks to our partner Cultival, we offer you exciting guided tours led by guides who knows everything! Finally, you reach unprecedented places often away from the hustle and bustle of the crowd.
Other excursions are proposed like the backstage of the Eiffel Tower, the Palais Garnier mysteries or the secrets of the Grande Ecurie of Versailles. More information here
You can also enjoy our tour packages, including one or more nights in our hotel in the 14th district. Find out more here