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Roaring Twenties Flappers from The Left Bank

What do Gertrude Stein, Djuna Barnes, Joséphine Baker, Zelda Fitzgerald, Colette, Isadora Duncan, Sylvia Beach, Kiki de Montparnasse, Berenice Abbott, Janet Flanner, Natalie Clifford-Barney and Romaine Brooks have in common?
They all came to Paris in the 1920s to become the woman they wanted to be.
They all became talented writers, painters, journalists, dancers, and photographers in The City of Light.

Follow in the footsteps of inspiring American and French flappers. From Saint-Germain-des-Prés to Odéon, discover the charming places and legendary cafés where these sparkling women created, lived, and loved freely in the Roaring Twenties. Come have a coffee or a glass of rosé with these fabulous artists who have left us a remarkable legacy. Don't tell anyone, but I'm coming also from the Roaring Twenties myself. I was even a famous writer in Paris in the 1920s. You don't believe me? Then you should read my Paris Memoirs ‘Parisian Life, Adventure in the City of Light.


"This was our favorite tour in Paris. Edith is extremely passionate about this time and communicates with knowledge and humor. My wife and I felt that we were with a new friend throughout the tour. I highly recommend this tour if you loved the movie Midnight in Paris or ever spent time in the Greenwich Village scene."

— Cary from USA

Tour duration: 2h
A 30-minute break in an authentic Paris Café (beverages are not included)

Once we meet up, during the visit we will cover from Saint-Germain des près to Odéon
- The visit of Saint-Germain des Prés church
- The places where American flappers used to live
- The longest narrow street in Paris
- A French Revolution era covered passage
- A break in an iconic literary Parisian café

The itinerary can be customized upon request. Feel free to message me.
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Also available in French and Spanish
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