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Sightseeing ToursDa Vinci Code Tours

Paris Muse's private tour "Cracking the Da Vinci Code at the Lourve": Where does fact end and fiction begin in The Da Vinci Code? To find out, visit the Louvre with Paris Muse, and enjoy this unique experience that has been featured on BBC's The World, The Insider, The Los Angeles Times, USAToday, NPR's Weekend Edition, the New York Times, and elsewhere.

Paris Movie and TV Locations Tour: See 'Café de Flore' in Saint Germain, discover Woody Allen's inspiration for 'Midnight in Paris,' and imagine the thrilling car chases in 'The Bourne Identity' - these are just a few of the 50 movie and TV locations you'll see on this 3-hour coach tour of Paris. Stop to see where your favorite characters from 'Sex and the City,' 'James Bond' and 'The Da Vinci Code' shopped, dined, drank and schemed, and play movie trivia on board with your expert guide. Along the way, you'll see several top Paris attractions including the Louvre, Notre Dame, Palais-Royal, the Musée d'Orsay and Place Vendôme.

Da Vinci Code Tour: Your guide will pick you up at your hotel and accompany you in the footsteps of Robert Langdon, the main character in the Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown's best-selling novel.
During this excursion, in groups of no more than 8 persons, you will visit the main locations of the novel, from Place Vendôme and the Ritz Hotel to the Louvre Museum, where you will be accompanied by your guide.
You will then be taken to Saint Sulpice Church, the final destination on the tour, which you can visit on your own. At the end of this enthralling afternoon, just as in the adventures of Robert Langdon, you will have the choice of being dropped at Saint Sulpice Church so that you can stroll around the legendary district of Saint Germain des Près, or taken back to the Louvre to visit other parts of the world's most famous museum.

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