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Discover Black History in London & Paris - September 15-22, 2022

Stroll the storied streets and explore the monuments of two captivating European capitals as you discover these two great cities with local expert guides on a Black History-focused tour. See Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Brixton Market and more in London, then discover the sights of Paris, including Montmartre, the Champs-Elysees, and the iconic Eiffel Tower.

Your private trip features 4.5 and 5 star accommodations, daily breakfast, VIP Meet & Greet Assistance, private transfers, Eurostar Train tickets, meals where indicated, and a completely private-guided touring experience.

London and Paris, the imperial cities of England and France, have withstood — and often shaped — the march of history for centuries. Lesser known in the history books is the fact that Black people came from all over Europe and Africa and settled in London & Paris, where their presence is significant but little known. In fact, the presence of Africans in England dates back to at least the Roman period when African soldiers who served as part of the Roman army were stationed at Hadrian’s Wall during the 2nd century AD.

More recently, African Americans migrated to Paris in the 19th century; some were in search of a more peaceful environment, while others found themselves in Paris and other parts of France during World War I. A second wave of African Americans flocked to Paris during the 1920s Harlem Renaissance, when black artists and activists like Josephine Baker and Duke Ellington went looking for a place to freely create, which Paris provided. Experience the highlights & history of London & Paris together on this Black History-focused itinerary that combines English tradition with Parisian flair.

Black History in London & Paris