The walk lasts about 2 1/2 hours, and concludes with a light lunch in our apartment, in the building formerly the home of Sylvia Beach, proprietor of the original Shakespeare and Company bookshop.
The cost for walks is €150 for individuals, €100 per person for groups up to ten persons, then by arrangement thereafter. All prices include lunch.
The Dingo Bar
Site of the troubled first meeting between Hemingway and Fitzgerald.
Cafe du Dome
Celebrated in Hemingway's poem MONTPARNASSE and in his memoir A MOVEABLE FEAST.
Closerie des Lilas
Hemingway's preferred café, where he wrote part of THE SUN ALSO RISES, to which Fitzgerald made a significant contribution.
Apartment borrowed from Gerald and Sara Murphy during Zelda Fitzgerald's ill-fated attempt to become a ballet dancer.
Former home of Hemingway and second wife Pauline.
various sites associated with incidents in A MOVEABLE FEAST.
Rue de l'Odéon
Site of Contact Editions, publisher of Hemingway's first book, and Sylvia Beach's bookshop Shakespeare and Company.
Lunch at the former home of Sylvia Beach and Adrienne Monnier, site of encounter between Fitzgerald and James Joyce.
The friendship of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway influenced the writing of both, but also created a rivalry that was played out in the streets of Paris. This walk visits some of the sites associated with their often stormy relationship.