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Be Smart in Paris does not accept persons under 18 unless they are accompanied by an adult.

Teenagers aged between 13 and 17 years old pay only 50% of the fees
Tours are free of charge for children under 12 years old
VAT not applicable Art. 293 B of the General Tax Code -Member of a micro-enterprise tax regime

Unusual tours

Up to 6 people maximum
Duration: 3 hours walking tours in Paris
Half day: 10am to 1pm or 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Literary tour - Paris gourmet - Unique shop - Strolling in Paris - In Hemingway’s footsteps

Cost: 1 to 2 adults: 350 €
50 € for any additional adult
25 € for every additional teenager aged between 12 and 17 years old

Normandy - Giverny

Up to 4 people maximum
Duration: 5 hours
Tours are proposed from Monday through Friday due to traffic flow
Half day: 8.45am to 1.45pm

Cost: 1 to 6 adults: starting from 1200 €


Transportation and tickets are included
Contact us, we will draw you up a detailed quote.

Trip consultant

Organization of your stay day by day

Additional expenses as transportation tickets, museum tickets, restaurants, limousines, taxis and any other expenses are not included

From 1 to 3 days: 400 €
From 4 to 7 days: 450 €

Personal shopper

Up to 4 people maximum
Duration: 4 hours
Half day: 10am-2pm or 2.30pm-6.30pm

Cost: 1 adult: 280 €
            3 adults: 600 €
            4 adults: 700 €

Special offer for couples 400 €

Duration: 8 hours
Full day: 10am - 6pm

Cost: 1 adult: 500 €
            3 to 4 adults: 1000 €

Special offer for couples 650 €

Special Events

Whether it is for a Corporate or a private event, we will draw you up a detailed quote
Van Gogh, The Starry Night
From February 22nd to December 31st 2019
Atelier des Lumières
A mind-blowing, with 15000-sqm walls screening elements of Van Gogh’s mots famous paintings for a 35-minute light and sound show: all in all, over 2000 moving pictures promising you an astounding immersion.
Oriental visions - From dream into lights
From March 7th to July 21st 2019
Marmottan Museum
The energy of Napoleonic conquest inspired European painters with an imaginary vision of the Orient which they soon compared to the reality they found on their travels.