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Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Paris is a dream for food lovers! From Michelin starred restaurants to a freshly baked baguette, delight in the deliciously rich flavors of French cuisine while discovering the gourmand's side of Paris!

Food & Drink

Treat your taste buds on your trip to Paris by selecting one of our delicious food and drink experiences. Satisfy your sweet tooth on a special patisserie tour through the French capital. Sample rainbow colored macarons and learn about all the extravagant ingredients that go into the specialty dessert. Embark on an excursion outside of Paris to France’s Champagne region and take part in a tasting session featuring the some of the world’s best brands of bubbly. Back in the city, gain a real appreciation for the finer points of French cuisine on a food tour of Paris featuring fine cheeses, breads and wines. Indulge in the ultimate foodie experience with dinner at a gourmet restaurant in Paris or aboard a Seine River cruise.

Seine River Dinner Cruise Seine River Dinner Cruise

Seine River Dinner Cruise

Enjoy a magical dining experience on a Seine cruise through the world's most romantic city while savoring freshly prepared French cuisine and live music as the sights of Paris float by.

Eiffel Tower Neighborhood Food Tour Eiffel Tower Neighborhood Food Tour

Eiffel Tower Neighborhood Food Tour

Visit the local shops and enjoy guided tastings from bakers, food merchants and fromagers on this immersive tour that will thrill foodies, chocoholics and gourmands of all types!

Canal Saint-Martin Neighborhood Food Tour Canal Saint-Martin Neighborhood Food Tour

Canal Saint-Martin Neighborhood Food Tour

Sink your teeth into Paris' cuisine scene with this in-depth tour that includes decadent tastings, meet-and-greets with famed food artisans and delicious views of Canal Saint-Martin.

Macaron Making Class in Paris Macaron Making Class in Paris

Macaron Making Class in Paris

Savor the secrets behind Paris' ultra-trendy and undeniably delicious macarons with this cooking class that teaches students the art of creating the treat - along with generous samples!

Paris Pastry Class Paris Pastry Class

Paris Pastry Class

From Crème brulées to Chouquette, you’ll have the chance to master the art of creating a collection of decadent French delicacies that both you and your loved ones can enjoy.

Bread and Brunch Bread and Brunch

Bread and Brunch

Step into the footsteps of a French baker and learn the craft of making the staple Paris baguettes on this fun outing that encourages everyone in the family to get their hands delightfully dirty.

Pâtisserie Baking Class Pâtisserie Baking Class

Pâtisserie Baking Class

Follow your appetite to this family-friendly activity where creative visitors of all ages will learn the art of making choux, éclairs and other Parisian treats that will satisfy any sweet tooth.


Long considered the culinary capital of the world, plan on arriving in Paris on an empty stomach – you won’t be hungry for long. From pretty patisseries offering decadent candy-colored macarons to market stalls selling crusty French baguettes and delectable gourmet cheeses, a trip to Paris is a vacation for your taste buds.

Starting with dessert first, the aromas wafting from all the gourmet patisseries and chocolate shops dotting the streets of the French capital are enough to make your mouth water. Macarons are a specialty in Paris, but hardly your only choice when it comes to pastries. Parisians also make lovely fruit tarts and mousse cakes. Of course, you can also never go wrong with an éclair – and there are so many to choose from!

If it’s savory food you’re after, consider a gourmet food tour of Paris. Wander through popular parts of the city like the Bastille district and Marais, and stop by shops and markets offering artisan French bread, cheese and wine.

Take a break from the busy French capital on a fantastic day trip to Champagne. Tour vineyards and cellars of famous champagne makers, sample glasses of bubbly in an informative tasting session and take the opportunity to see the more rural side of France.

Beyond tours and tasting sessions, another way to get acquainted with French cuisine is by grabbing a table at an authentic Parisian café or restaurant serving French onion soup, coq au vin and other French favorites. Explore the side streets of the Marais or St. Germain-des-Prés for eateries with the best ambiance or indulge in a combined dining and entertainment experience.

Regardless of whether you prefer sweet or savory, wine or champagne, one thing is for sure – you won’t leave Paris hungry.