Black History Study Tours in partnership with Timeless Tours presents
‘The Black Paris Weekend Tour'
Friday 1st April 2016 - Sunday 4th April 2016
This new and exciting tour explores the rich Black History of Paris. We will undertake a city tour of Paris, highlights include many of the most famous landmarks in Paris. Paris was the centre of both literary and artistic movements and a colonial empire.After World War I, many African Americans remained or returned to Europe, and over the next three decades, created an expatriate community of musicians, entertainers, dancers, writers and entrepreneurs. Josephine Baker, Louis Armstrong, Langston Hughes, Sidney Bechet, Beau Jangles, and other African Americans brought the swinging, soulful sounds of American jazz music and the culture surrounding it to the banks of the Seine.
We will visit one of the world's largest museums, the historic Louvre, and view the African presence in European art represented there and the collections of Egyptian antiquities.
Only 30 spaces available so book now!
Our introductory price for this tour is £270 per person (based on two sharing). Single supplement is £100.
Want to go to Paris but have no one to share with? If you're happy to share a room with a fellow traveller of the same sex, we'll try to match you up.
Payment must be made by Monday 29 February 2016.
Our very competitive price also includes:
- Pick up from Clapham Junction
- Ferry crossing of the English channel
- 3 star hotel bed & breakfast accommodation in twin rooms.
- Paris City Drive Tour
- Black Paris Walking Tour
- Tour of the Louvre Museum
- Black Paris Tour Booklet
- Local taxes, baggage handling fees, service charges
Don't miss out on this opportunity!
To book your place, please email Mark Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 881 06600208 881 0660