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Experience our movie walking tours in English for individuals and groups. Ciné-Balade is a great opportunity to learn about the history of our capital and its districts using this popular art form. What better testimony than films, what better tribute to its cultural and artistic universe! Paris has evolved over more than 100 years and often under the eye of cameras, whether French or foreign. Ciné-Balade allows you to dive into this rich past to discover it from a different angle. You can choose to follow in the footsteps of a filmmaker or a film that you particularly like or want to know about, or choose a neighborhood and let yourself be guided through its filming locations and its most famous personalities. 


July 12 and 27 and August 20 and 30


July 4 and August 29

How it works?

Look at the agenda, you may find a date that works for you. There you can't find one or if you want to privatize a visit for a group, contact us directly via this form.


Montmartre, the Latin Quarter, Montparnasse, The Eiffel Tower ... it depends of the them you will choose. Check out our tours which are also offered in English.  



The tours last about two hours, but we can also offer you a full day program.



As for all the visits, depending on the chosen theme, Ciné-Balade works with all audiences whether they are looking for a moment of escape, cultural discovery or educational activities.

Our tours in English:


Amélie Poulain's Montmartre is also one of the most filmed districts of the capital.

Montmartre at the cinema


In the Latin Quarter, the sets and anecdotes around the cult film homage to Paris. 

Midnight in Paris

Our tours on demand:


The Eiffel Tower makes its cinema with a stroll and discovery behind the scenes of the Majestic Passy. 

Les frères Lumière

The pioneers of cinema, inventions
and first rooms, around the Opera


From the Saint-Ouen area to the antique market today, a unique decor told by his films. 


On the Île de la Cité, the movie sets of the most romantic city in the world. 

Romantic films


In the 9th arrondissement, the Paris of his childhood and his most autobiographical films.

The Paris of François Truffaut


Around Montparnasse, homage to a warm, unique and committed filmmaker.

The Agnès Varda Tour


Introduce your students to the Paris of the New Wave and of Jean-Luc Godard around the Sorbonne.

Godard and the New Wave

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