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by Girls' Guide
by Girls' Guide
In these two walks, you will explore the city in the steps of Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy Onassis. The Audrey tour crosses the centre of the city, linking locations from the five films she made in Paris between 1957 and 1966: Funny Face, Love in the Afternoon, Charade, Paris When it Sizzles, and How to Steal a Million. The Jackie walk takes you through the fashionable and upscale 16th arrondissement, visiting places that the young Jacqueline Bouvier would have known when she was a student at the Sorbonne in 1949 and ending at the Palais de Chaillot, an important site on the 1961 state visit, when Jackie and President John F. Kennedy were feted by the French everywhere they went.These popular Girls' Guide to Paris walking tours are enhanced with maps, text, images and links, and highlight many of the key places in Paris that make a girl weak in her knees. Create your own bespoke tour by choosing those stops that interest you the most, enjoy them at your own pace and quit lugging around a heavy guidebook. Smile because you've saved. If you were to hire a tour guide, these three tours would cost you a minimum of 200 euros.Tours included in this package:Audrey Hepburn in Paris (11 Stops approx. 1.5 hours)Jackie Kennedy in Paris (10 Stops approx. 3 hours)Bonus: Key information for Francophile filles (ladies who love France!)Once the application has been downloaded, you can download just the tours you are interested in. The app then works off-line, which means that you can enjoy the tours without needing to connect to the Internet or incur those pesky roaming charges.