Paris, France Walking Tour (4k Ultra HD 60fps) – With Captions

We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Paris, France on July 2020.
Paris is the capital and most populous city of France, with an estimated population of 2,148,271 residents as of 2020, in an area of more than 105 square kilometres. Since the 17th century, Paris has been one of Europe’s major centres of finance, diplomacy, commerce, fashion, science and arts.
Its sobriquet “the City of Light” (“la Ville Lumière”), earned during the Enlightenment, remains appropriate, for Paris has retained its importance as a centre for education pursuits.
Paris received 38 million visitors in 2019, measured by hotel stays, with the largest numbers of visitors coming from the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and China. It was ranked as the second most visited travel destination in the world in 2019, after Bangkok and just ahead of London.
Our guided walking tour is about 10.56 miles (17 km) long, starts at the Centre Pompidou, ends at Triumphal Arch (Arc de Triomphe) and covers most attractions and historic sites of Paris.

Video Timeline Links:
00:00 – Paris, France Walking Tour Intro
02:41 – The Centre Pompidou
05:46 – Centre Pompidou Square
08:42 – Stravinsky Fountain
13:18 – City Hall (Hôtel de Ville)
19:22 – Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral
25:23 – Palace of Justice
26:15 – Holy Chapel (Sainte-Chapelle)
27:36 – Clock Tower (Tour de l’Horloge)
28:28 – Conciergerie
32:52 – New Bridge (Pont Neuf)
34:56 – Vert-Galant Square
39:13 – Equestrian statue of Henry IV
48:19 – Arts Bridge (Pont des Arts)
49:02 – Institute of France
52:18 – Louvre Museum
54:30 – Louvre Pyramid
59:36 – Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
1:00:55 – Tuileries Garden
1:11:59 – Conncorde Square (Place de la Concorde)
1:12:35 – Luxor Obelisk
1:21:58 – Madeleine Church
1:33:01 – Champs-Élysées Garden
1:37:32 – Champs-Élysées Avenue
1:40:23 – Great Palace (Grand Palais) & Small Palace (Petit Palais)
1:45:15 – Alexandre III Bridge
1:54:46 – Les Invalides
2:03:09 – Dôme des Invalides
2:15:42 – Field of Mars (Champ de Mars)
2:20:38 – Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel)
2:32:55 – Trocadéro Gardens
2:58:22 – Triumphal Arch (Arc de Triomphe)

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  1. is it me, or is the Eiffel tower just some old radio antenna that symbolically represents all the pretentious chefs in a 40 mile radius…..

  2. Замечательный фильм с хорошо разработанным маршрутом.Благодаря которому можно увидеть знаковые места Парижа и почувствовать его ауру.Огромное спасибо за полученное удовольствие.💪👍👍👍👍👍

  3. Merci pour cette très belle vidéo de Paris. Le découpage de la vidéo en sections avec leur titre est très utile pour naviguer d'une section à l'autre. Paris est une ville de 11 millions d'habitants fait d'arrondissements (intra-muros) ou de communes limitrophes (à l'extérieur du périphérique).

  4. It’s a very nice place but if you can’t speak French then how do you know where you’re going especially if all the signs are french.

  5. I remember booking my Paris trip for September back in June 2019… I spent 3 months watching so many Paris-related videos in order to plan my trip and see for myself which attractions are worthy of visiting. This video right here is the BEST Paris-related video I have ever watched

  6. Wow, your videos are amazing. I enjoyed several tours already. Thank you for sharing. Greetings from Dave in The Netherlands.

  7. The one thing I find most interesting here is how lax people were about masking at that time! Look at everyone. Some people have on masks in the appropriate way, but many do not. I like the one woman who had the mask on her chin! This was back in July of 2020. Interesting to see other countries not taking the virus seriously at that point without knowing that so many would die.

  8. 38:23 on this plate on the wall, between the two stairs, one can read: "A cet endroit Jacques de Molay, dernier grand maître de l'Ordre du Temple, a été brûlé le 18 mars 1314" – "At this place Jacques de Molay, last grand master of the Knights Templar, was burned on Mars 18th 1314"

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