Take a walk along the Seine, from the Latin Quarter to the Marais, via Notre Dame, and experience some of the most beautiful views in all of Paris.


Breathe new life into your Paris visit by experiencing the city in the footsteps of famous Impressionist painters such as Monet, Renoir and Pissarro. Compare Impressionist paintings to photos of what the scene looks like today, while learning about art history and Parisian history.


* Additional list of local Favorites gives you an insider advantage. Wine bar, cheese shop, bakery, restaurants, tea salons, boutiques and other points of interest are noted throughout the Walking Tour so you can either take a break or pick up food for a picnic along the river or at Place des Vosges.


* Fully downloaded, with optional offline map; you can roam the streets without roaming fees.


* New feature: toggle to satellite view in the map.


* "Your Paris" photo album that lets you replace contemporary city pictures with your own pics and save them.


The iPhone Apps "Impressionist Paris" are based on the acclaimed book, "Guide to Impressionist Paris," by Patty Lurie. Bon Voyage!


Artists include: Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, Jongkind, Prendergast, Lebourg, Lépine, Loir, Guillaumin, Luce

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Impressionist Paris: Walking Tour 2:

Latin Quarter to the Marais

-via Notre Dame-

Reviews:


Terrific Tour 

I haven’t been back to Paris since May ’68 but this tour transported me to my favorite spots along the Seine. The comparison of the paintings with contemporary photos is brilliant, a must for any lover of Paris or art, which is just about everybody, isn’t it?


Elegant and Intuitive 

...this represents the best possible iPhone app: an experience that once required maps, a compass, and an art history textbook becomes a pleasant stroll without the burden or inconvenience...


Offline map = thumbs up 

Really appreciate the offline map. Such a nice feature while abroad. Less money to the phone company and more money on baguettes!