There is so much to see and do in Paris, that you might as well pack up, leave home for a few years, and just live here!
That’s why Black Horizons Travel has decided to create this 7-day tour of the „City of Light“. Arc de Triomphe, Eifel Tower, Sacre Couer, the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame and more. Musée du quai Branly, created by former French president Jacques Chirac is a must see, which celebrates African, Asian, North and South American Indian cultures, and so much more.
Black Paris is a mind-blowing experience that will remind you of Harlem USA on steroids! Food fashion, art, dance, music, theatre and a colorful, vibrant creativity, bursting forth with an energy that will stimulate all your senses! The people, groups and organizations, we connect with, open their arms and embrace you like family.
You’ll learn that their story is your story. Their joys and triumphs are yours too! A similar journey of struggle, of joy and pain, only in a different language!
There is also the fascinating history of African American musicians artists, writers, entertainers, and philosphers who have made major contributions to the world, while living and creating in Paris.
You will also take an incredible journey back in time to trace the movements and locations where some of these famous Black Americans lived, worked and socialized.
William Gardner Smith, Josephine Baker, Eartha Kitt, Sidney Bechet, Chester Himes, Tony Parker Jr. Nina Simone, James Baldwin, Henry Ossawa Tanner, and Richard Wright, are just a few of the Black Americans who have enjoyed living and creating in Paris. African American musicians artists, writers, entertainers, and philosphers who have made major contributions to the world, while living and creating in Paris.