About Us

Private Vintage Car Tours in Paris

Bonjour! My name is Walter Di Mandova, and I’m a mechanical engineer, classic car aficionado, and a local vintage car tour guide here in Paris. I have a passion for preserving the vintage romance and old-time flair of Paris, and there’s no better way to do that than to explore the city and its surroundings in a classic car.

As a seasoned tour guide, I offer custom-tailored tours across Paris and the surrounding regions, taking you on a journey back in time, filled with stories of a bygone era. My vehicles are also available for special occasions, film and photoshoots. Join me for a unique experience in Paris, as we cruise around in a classic car, taking in the stunning architecture, charming neighborhoods, and cultural landmarks of this magnificent city.

Special Events

Celebrations • Soirees • Film • Photoshoots

Elevate your special occasion by booking our 1930s Ford A Roadster for soirees, films, photoshoots, and holiday celebrations. This classic car is the epitome of the Golden Era of Automobiles, capturing the spirit and elegance of the 1930s in its design and performance. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of glamour to your next event or simply looking for a sophisticated way to get around town, our vintage Ford A Roadster is the perfect way to make a lasting impression.

Get to know Paris

As your friendly tour guide, I’m here to introduce you to the many neighborhoods, landmarks, and cultural staples of this magical city.

First up, let’s visit the iconic Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous landmarks in the world. As you ascend to the top of the tower, you’ll enjoy stunning views of the city’s skyline. For the best experience, consider taking a night-time tour when the tower is illuminated, creating a breathtaking light display.

Next, we’ll explore the charming neighborhood of Montmartre. This village-like neighborhood is home to the famous Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur, which offers panoramic views of the city. It’s a wonderful spot to wander through narrow cobblestone streets and discover picturesque cafes and boutiques. You’ll also find many street artists and performers, capturing the bohemian essence of the area.

A must-visit cultural staple of Paris is the Louvre Museum, which is home to over 38,000 works of art, including the world-famous painting, the Mona Lisa. The Louvre is an art lover’s paradise, with works of art ranging from ancient Egyptian artifacts to contemporary pieces. It’s impossible to explore everything in one visit, but a guided tour can help you make the most of your time here.

Another neighborhood worth exploring is the Latin Quarter, which has a vibrant and intellectual atmosphere. This is the home of the world-famous Sorbonne University, and the bookshops and cafes here have been popular with writers and thinkers for centuries. A walking tour through the Latin Quarter offers a chance to discover the area’s history, architecture, and culinary offerings.

Finally, we can’t forget about the River Seine, which offers a different perspective of the city. A river cruise is a fantastic way to explore Paris, passing by landmarks like the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Musée d’Orsay, and the Eiffel Tower. This is also a great way to see the bridges of Paris, many of which are architectural marvels and rich in history.

In conclusion, Paris is a city of infinite charm, beauty, and history. As your tour guide, I hope I have given you a taste of what the city has to offer. Whether you’re interested in exploring its neighborhoods, landmarks, or cultural staples, Paris has something for everyone. Bon voyage and enjoy your stay in the City of Lights!