Discover with us
the secret gems
We guarantee that it’s way more fun
than queuing for the Eiffel tower.
Upcoming walks 🗓️
What does visiting Paris with Croque Brique imply?
Off the beaten tracks routes
Are you tired of going to the same hackneyed places in Le Marais or Montmartre everytime you come to Paris? So are we!
Put on your walking shoes and come discover with Croque Brique the marvelous gems of the Parisien deep-south boroughs (13th-14th-15th).
A cross-disciplinary approach
Our visits have a transdisciplinary approach that leave no study field behind : architecture, urbanism, sociology, geography, pop culture, nature, etc.
That more than necessary to understand how really live the boroughs and the city we will be visiting altogether!
Lively & dynamic guided tours
Our visits are meant to be always dynamic and interactive and never boring.
You will only see the "best-of" of dozens hours of research per visits.
Except if you prefer long monologues and a monotonous voice, of course.
Easy & online reservation tools
Every booking can be done online, quite simply.
Regular visit time slots are pushed published/posted on the website.
It’s so simple that it’s surprising that the rest of the world still asks you to mail bank checks to do so.
It's also a free media!
Croque Brique is not just urban visits of Paris!
It’s also content on social media, and a podcast. We are committed to enhance your experience of your favorite spots in Paris through online editorial projects and interaction.
Do you feel lonely because you never receive any emails ? 💔
We can fix this real quick.
Leave us your email if you are interested in the next walking tours we offer and all the big things Croque Brique holds in store for you.
Can you just not get Croque Brique out of your mind?🧠
Everyday or so, we post some fresh content (in English and in French) about Paris off the beaten tracks! It’s free and that's it’s for everybody. Follow us to understand all the small pieces of the past on our streets and to discover all the things you have never really been told about Paris.
Follow us to learn about the little bits of history that are secretly scattered across our streets!
and I 🙋
was born in 1991, in a town a bit further down the Seine.
I have lived in Paris for more than 10 years. Before that I used to work in advertising before starting to (finally!) do the job I ever wanted.
Except running city tours, I like nefarious poets of the Middle Ages, drinking wine on (a) terraces, wearing mismatched socks and double-checking things on Wikipedia.