Paris! City of lights, city of love, and one of the most visited cities in the world.

From food and fashion to art and architecture, this is a city that combines tradition with innovation, where you can meander along elegant boulevards, or shop for vintage in Les Halles or Porte de Clignancourt, or head to the Marais for designer boutiques, concept stores, street art – and street food.

Explore the different arrondissements, each with its own distinct personality; people-watch on wicker-chair-lined café terraces that spill onto cobbled streets, visit colourful food and flea markets, stroll around the beautiful Tuileries Garden and meander along the winding banks of the Seine.

Wander down the Champs-Elysées to the Arc de Triomphe, admiring the elegance of the Grand Palais and enjoying a coffee at a café-trottoir en route, or visit the IM Pei-designed glass pyramid at the Louvre, best enjoyed at sunset. However well you know Paris, you’ll still find something new to discover.

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Experience Bohemian Paris (From £83 per person)

Join a local guide and discover the enigmatic charms of Frances capital on this enlightening and entertaining Paris city tour. (small group tour)

Start the adventure on Sainte-Genevieve Hill – a popular spot with local university students, that offers impressive views of the imposing Pantheon. Next, stop in at the Luxembourg Gardens and soak up the romanticism of this quiet haven that offers respite from the busy streets. Continue to the vibrant Saint-Germain area, a hotspot for writers, intellectuals, musicians and artists. Full of eclectic cafes, cool coffee houses, pokey bookshops and lively street markets, it’s easy to see why Ernest Hemingway, Jim Morrison and many others fell in love with the bohemian vibe of this area. Despite rising prices and gentrification, Saint-Germain has managed to retain its irresistible, artistic charm. Next, wander along the serene embankments of the Seine River and stop at a traditional wine house where you can sample a charcuterie plate, full of deliciously decadent cheese, salty cured meat and rich pâtés, this is an authentic French gastronomic treat!
From here, move to the beautiful surrounding square – the oldest in Paris, to play a game of petanque or bocci balls. This fun game is still played by many of the citizens all over the country and no doubt the locals might have some tips on your technique to pass on. A complimentary glass of French wine is sure to improve your technique. After the game, head towards the energetic Saint-Michel area and peek into Paris first English bookshop, nestled in a medieval house and packed to the rafters with books. Finally, finish your adventure with the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral, where you can make a wish to come back to Paris. What better way to finish this Paris city tour rich in history with gastronomy and art?

Lido De Paris Dinner  & Show (from £244 per person)

The Moulin Rouge isn’t the only show in Paris! The LIDO has been the venue for some of the most famous shows and names since 1946 with legends of the stage including Shirley MacLaine, Laurel and Hardy, and Elton John all having performed here. And today, the shows remain just as vibrant.

The Dinner Show was invented here. And it is always within these walls, where it was born, that it is done with the most style. When in Paris, be won over by the charm of our French-style shows and savour the treats for which our gastronomy has become internationally famous.

Your evening begins with a delicious three course meal, styled by the leading French chef, Philippe Lacroix. There is a choice of 3 menus. At 9.00pm, the curtain rises for the spectacular 90-minute show. An entire city is transformed before your eyes, blurring the boundaries of space and time. A fantastical journey in which the emblems of the capital are scattered through the various scenes.

Secret Paris: Cheese, Art & Local Life (from £83 per person)

Get to know the City of Light through the eyes of a local on this tour full of tantalising treats and cultural gems. (small group tour)

Start right in the heart of one of Paris most expensive and fashionable areas, where luxury, elegance and beauty are around every corner. Stop at an illustrious food store and take the chance to sample a mouth-watering macaron – a delicious French speciality and the ultimate Parisian experience.
Continue to the iconic Louvre, home to some of the worlds most celebrated art. The enigmatic Mona Lisa and gorgeous Venus de Milo both live in this treasure trove of fine art. Wander through an arcade that offers a free glimpse into the famous sculpture gallery, relax in the well-manicured gardens and enjoy some of the best sightseeing Paris has to offer.

Next, head to a lively Parisian market to indulge in one of Frances most popular gastronomic pleasures – cheese! Perhaps taste some smooth, mild Brie or sample a slice of pungent Roquefort known as the King of Cheeses. Afterwards, amble through some secret arcades to discover quirky shops, unique boutiques and one of the oldest buildings in Paris. Day trips like these are a great way to live as a local for a day!

Finally, walk to the fascinating, medieval neighbourhood of Le Marais. Full of sweet shops, patisseries, boutiques and cafes, this charming area offers insight into French culture and the local way of life.

Finish the tour in the forecourt of Paris contemporary art gallery: the Pompidou centre, an incredible example of modern architecture in the heart of medieval Paris. A fitting finale to this revealing tour of Paris best kept secrets!

Essential Paris (from £165 per person)


Your tour of Paris by air-conditioned panoramic coach will last for one and a half hours: learn about the city’s history and its well-known monuments thanks to our audio guide commentary (individual headsets).

Your tour will visit some unique sights, such as Place de l’Opéra Square, Place de la Concorde Square, the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe, Place du Trocadéro Square, the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, the Pont-Neuf Bridge, the Bastille Opera House and its square, Notre Dame de Paris, the Luxembourg Gardens, and Saint Germain des Prés.

During the city tour in a panoramic bus, enthralling recorded commentaries will reveal you the habits of Paris people and how they perceive their city. You will discover how the architecture of Paris evolved throughout the years. You will pass by its main monuments and go through its greatest neighbourhoods so that you will find your bearings in Paris: the Champs-Elysées overlooked by the Arc de Triomphe, the Ile de la Cité with the Notre-Dame Cathedral at its heart, the Louvre Museum and its pyramid, without forgetting the Eiffel Tower. Children have their own commentaries too. They will listen to the story of Lulu and Maurice, two dogs that will show them Paris. All along the tour, Lulu and Maurice tell them many anecdotes about dogs of famous figures, such as Napoleon and Marie Antoinette. Children will be delighted to visit Paris in a fun way.

Enjoy a memorable lunch at the Eiffel Tower. The “58 Tour Eiffel” restaurant is located on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower, as uninterrupted views of Paris stretch out as far as the eye can see. This chic and contemporary restaurant has the feel of a Parisian brasserie. Taste fresh seasonal produce with our three-course menu. Lunch will be served as a picnic for even more friendliness. You will enjoy this lunch consisting of three dishes menu allowing you to eat at your own pace while contemplating the panoramic view of Paris.

Louvre Museum Guided Tour (from £94 per person)


Since the overwhelming success of Dan Brown’s novel, ‘The Da Vinci Code’, the Louvre has welcomed even more visitors through its doors in search of the same symbols and clues found by the book’s hero Robert Langdon.

Your Grand Louvre Tour ticket allows you to bypass the long ticket queues and maximise your time in the museum. Although it would take months to admire each and every object, your expert guide will help you discover some of the most faMous treasures including the Venus de Milo, the Coronation of Napoleon and, of course, the Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo da Vinci.

The tour lasts around two and a half hours and will also take you through the Medieval Fortress and the renowned Egyptian department. Afterwards, you can continue to explore the museum on your own

Louvre Museum Independent Tour (from £48 per person)


Once you have collected your museum map and audio guide (there is a refundable deposit of approximately €32) head to the Louvre and skip the long entrance lines to start your tour.

The Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums, but don’t be intimidated – your handy map provides suggested routes to help you plan your visit, and your educational audio guide allows you to enjoy a more meaningful museum experience.

As you make your way through the museum, listen to commentary about the fascinating history and significance of the many artistic masterpieces you encounter, from the iconic Greek statue Venus de Milo to the staggeringly large painting of The Coronation of Napoleon to Leonardo da Vinci’s famously enigmatic Mona Lisa. Admire sculptures by Michelangelo and paintings by Raphael, Rubens and Rembrandt. View the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi and other ancient artifacts. There’s so much to see!

All audio guides must be returned after a maximum of 3 hours but afterwards you can continue exploring the museum on your own.

Moulin Rouge Dinner & Show (from £272 per person)

Located in the heart of Paris’s Pigalle district, get ready for a truly magical evening at the home of the French Cancan, the legendary Moulin Rouge!

Entertaining guests for over 100 years, the show combines spectacular dance routines with striking sets and amazing costumes of feathers, Rhinestones and sequins.

Enjoy a sumptuous three-course dinner and champagne before the Doriss Dancers dazzle you with their beauty and ability. The undoubted highlight of the evening is the magnificent French Cancan.

The tradition of cabaret does not rest on gastronomy, but you will not be disappointed. The three-course menus have been carefully created by chef David Le Quellec, so that guests are entertained both at the table and by the quality of the show.

Paris Audio Guided City Tour (from £38 per person)

A lovely tour of Paris, great for a first-time visitor. Your tour begins in a panoramic covered bus and you will be given a HistoPad tablet to experience a superb immersive city tour.

This innovative tour of Paris will provide you with a unique experience through 3D reconstructions/ Panoramic and 360-degree views will allow you to discover the essential Parisian sites, such as the Opera Garnier, the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysees. Through your HistoPad you will follow the impressive evolution of the city and its architecture by watching pictures from yesterday and today. Throughout the tour, audio commentaries will immerse you in the history of Paris’ most famous monuments and districts in the atmosphere of the time. It’s easy to use features will allow your children to enjoy it as much as you do.

You will also be able to participate in a treasure hunt, offered throughout the tour to search for mystery objects. This interactive Parisian tour is an ideal family excursion that you can immortalise in a fun way with the “HistoSelfie”. You will also see the Louvre and Orsay museums, the lively district of Saint Germain des Pres, Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral and the book shops along the Seine, revealing the real Paris.

  • Non-stop city tour.
  • Interactive HistoPad with individual earphones.
  • Headsets for the pre-recorded commentary.

Eiffel Tower Ticket (from £61 per person)

SKIP -THE-LINE ACCESS – Equipped with your audio-pen or mobile application, discover the history of the Eiffel Tower by visiting the first and second floors of the ‘Iron Lady’.

As you ascend in the glass elevator, soak in this historic monument, a true architectural marvel. Measuring 324 metres high, the Eiffel Tower was constructed by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair. A symbol of France across the world and a showcase for Paris, the Eiffel Tower now welcomes nearly 7 million visitors per year, making it the most visited fee-paying monument in the world.
From the first level, admire an initial panorama of the city and the Champ de Mars, one of the largest green spaces in Paris – Thrill-seekers will also enjoy the glass platform, a spectacular transparent floor 57 metres above the ground!

At the second level, take in a unique 360° panorama of the entire city. Make the most of the view and admire the French capital’s famous monuments such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Sacré-Coeur or the Arc de Triomphe, as well as its historic bridges and its major roads such as the famous Champs-Elysées.

Moulin Rouge Show & Champagne (from £144 per person)

Entertaining guests for over 100 years, the Moulin Rouge combines spectacular dance routines with striking sets and amazing costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins.

This ticket is perfect for those wishing to experience the dazzling Moulin Rouge. Relax at your table with half a bottle of champagne and enjoy the latest world class production ‘Féerie’.

The show features sumptuous settings with shining colours, unique designs and 100s of costumes made from feathers, rhinestones and sequins. Also, expect to see the return of the giant Aquarium, the famous French Cancan and over 60 Doriss Girls. The Moulin Rouge sells out every night. Book now to avoid missing out!

The Complete Paris Tour (from £216 per person)

Complete Paris=Guided walking tour of Paris, the Louvre & Lunch at the Eiffel Tower

First stop is the famous Louvre Museum. Your guide will take you through this must-see museum and tell you about the main artworks: the Venus of Milo statue representing the goddess Aphrodite, the impressive painting of The Wedding at Cana, the Coronation of Napoleon illustrating the emperor’s crowning in the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa which is the most visited work in the Museum.

After your tour of the Louvre Museum which takes about 1.30 hours, your guide will take you to the river bank, before the Pont du Carrousel, to board a Batobus boat. The boat will take you to the Eiffel Tower where lunch awaits you. This short cruise will show you Paris from a different angle. You will see some of the superb bridges over the Seine and Paris monuments along the banks. The boat moors at the Quai de la Bourdonnais at the foot of the Trocadéro, right opposite the Iron Lady.

You will then have time for lunch of your own choosing before visiting the Eiffel Tower. Your guide will then take you to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower where the secrets of the tower will be revealed. After hearing the commentaries, you can enjoy the beautiful panorama of Paris and see the top Parisian landmarks.
The tour ends on the second level of the Eiffel Tower.

Dinner Cruise La Marina & Eiffel Tower (from £194 per person)

With a Skip-The-Line Eiffel Tower Ticket – Treat yourself to a unique evening on board a dinner cruise on the Seine and have an unforgettable experience from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower!

Dinner Cruise La Marina: Part one of this unforgettable night begins at La Marina where you will board your dinner cruise on the Quai Solférino. You will be welcomed by the onboard staff who will seat you at your private table to fully enjoy your dinner and the passing sights. While taking in the Seine views, enjoy a delicious dinner of typical French cuisine. As your cruise continues, look out for the iconic Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, and Notre-Dame de Paris. You can also see the golden dome of the Invalides, the obelisk of the Place Concorde, and the statue of liberty, located on the Ile aux Cygnes.

Eiffel Tower: When you return to the dock at the end of your cruise, the bus will take you to the always breath-taking Eiffel Tower. Your host will guide you to the foot of the Iron Lady, where, thanks to your skip-the-line ticket, you will easily ascend to the second floor. Depending on the season, you can admire the panoramic view over Paris at the setting sun, showing off the charm of Paris just a little bit more. You will see the great emblematic sites, Sacré Coeur, the Butte Montmartre, the Arc de Triomphe that dominates the Champs Elysées or the giant Montparnasse Tower. Your services end at the Eiffel Tower, where you are free to stay in this symbol of Paris as long as you like, and return by your own means.

Eiffel Tower & Seine Cruise (from £254 per person)

Your evening starts with dinner on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. The name of the restaurant comes from its height – 58 meters above ground level and the large bay windows of the restaurant afford views over the city to one side and the interior of the Tower to the other. Le 58 Tour Eiffel is a tourist-style restaurant and your ticket includes a three-course set menu dinner with drinks. Although the choice is limited, the food is of a good quality and the views are unsurpassed.

You will have the opportunity to stroll around the tower and enjoy the views before and during dinner and once you have finished your meal, you will be taken to your river cruise which departs from the base of the Eiffel Tower. Set against a backdrop of the Paris Illuminations, including close-up views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum, this leisurely one-hour cruise is the perfect way to end your evening.

Gourmet Marais (from £115 per person)

Join a local guide to discover the enigmatic charms of France’s capital on this enlightening Paris city tour that pairs secret local hangouts with delicious food and wine — a winning combo! (small group tour)

Start your Paris tour in front of the Centre Pompidou, Europe largest modern art museum, nestled in an impressive contemporary building. Then, move on pass Notre-Dame to the Hôtel de Ville, the city’s town hall, on the square where public executions were once carried out. Learn about the horrible death of Robert-François Damiens, the infamous man who tried to assassinate King Louis XV.

You will then move on to the little tangled streets of the Marais to spot beautiful medieval churches, corbelled houses and narrow lanes. Pass by an iconic bakery whose baguette was elected one of the best in Paris and you will try your first pastry, a delicious meringue known as a ‘merveilleux.’ Next, visit Rue Saint-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie, one of the oldest streets in the Marais and today the centre of the French gay scene. You will learn how this part of city, once sordid, became synonymous with trendy Paris and a shopping hub for fashionistas and the core of “bobo” culture. While here, you will stop and sample a delicious macaron from one of Paris’ most famous pastry chefs.

Just a street away is Rue des Rosiers, the heart of the Jewish community. It’s a vibrant pedestrian street full of falafel stands and delicious Jewish-influenced delis. Enter a fabulous chocolate store to taste a butter-filled pastry, called Kouign Amann, a specialty from Brittany. Your Paris tour will then take you back to the South Marais, where stands the longest remaining piece of the 12th-century defensive wall of Paris. After a walk-through impressive Saint-Paul’s church, stop at a local wine bar, where you will get a professional wine tasting. Enjoy sampling some iconic French liqueurs like Cognac and Armagnac or “Old Plum” brandy. To accompany your drinks, you will have the opportunity to taste some delicious French cheese or charcuterie treats. From there head on to Paris’ oldest and certainly most beautiful square, la Place des Vosges, home of France’s national writer, Victor Hugo. From there, it’s only a short walk to your final destination, la place de la Bastille, the former prison that was captured on July 14th, 1789, triggering the French Revolution.

Day Trip to the D-Day Beaches (from £249 per person)

This memorable day trip from Paris will take you to Gold Beach, the American Cemetery, Pointe du Hoc, the Omaha Beach Memorial Museum and the Canadian Memorial of Juno beach.

Your day starts with a scenic journey through the beautiful Normandy countryside to the Koning D-Day Landing Beaches. As you drive through this picturesque area it is difficult to imagine tens of thousands of soldiers waging war, but your informative guide will help you relive those dark days with broad overviews and fascinating stories. The first stop of the day is the Caen Memorial (known as the Peace Museum), devoted to illustrations and films about the Second World War and the Normandy landings of June 1944. Enjoy a guided visit followed by lunch at the Memorial, before continuing to the Pointe du Hoc, a German defence position that was heroically taken by US soldiers during World War II.

Continue to the American cemetery of Saint-Laurent, the final resting place of almost 10,000 soldiers. You will also have free time at Omaha Beach to reflect on the site’s moving history and visit the Omaha Beach Visitor Centre, which describes the American soldiers’ operations on the famous beach in June 1944. Before returning to Paris, stop at the Canadian Memorial at Juno beach and Arromanches to see the remains of the artificial landing harbour that was built by the Allies in less than 15 days.

Giverny Half Day Tour & Audio Guide (from £92 per person)

Claude Monet lived with his family for more than 40 years in this Normand village. Follow in Monet’s footsteps as you visit the house, which includes the “blue sitting room,” his reading room which opens into the “pantry” where he kept tea, oil, spices and eggs. Continue on to the dining room, which houses the private apartments and one of the world’s largest Japanese print collections.

The visit continues with a stroll through the luscious Monet garden. During this walk, you can listen to audio guide commentary about Monet’s life, works and career. Take in the vibrant flower-lined central path, which is surrounded by roses, nasturtium, and flowerbeds of all kinds, offering a wide spectrum of colour. Cross the Clos-Normand, where you will find flowers from the Far East. Finally, you’ll come upon the magnificent water garden, famous for its water lilies, weeping willows, and the celebrated Japanese bridge spanning the pond. You will have two hours to tour Monet’s home, his studio and vibrantly coloured gardens.

Palace of Versaille Guided Tour (from £121 per person)

Versailles is a striking example of the grandeur of classical French architecture and your guided tour will take you through the Great Royal Apartments, the Queen’s Apartments and the stunning Hall of Mirrors.

The Palace of Versailles has more than 700 rooms and stretches for over 721,000 square feet. Follow your guide straight to the front of the line to visit the palace’s most beautiful rooms: the King’s Grand Apartments, with seven rooms dedicated to different gods (Apollo, Mars, Mercy, Venus, etc.), and the Queen’s Grand Apartments, mirroring those of the king, which include the Coronation Room and the Queen’s Bedroom, once occupied by Marie Antoinette, among others.
Also, admire the grandeur of the Versailles Hall of Mirrors, a unique room in which guests were received and impressed, designed by the famous architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart. Almost 240 feet-long, it was created to dazzle visitors to the Sun King, Louis XIV; it is lit by 17 windows and some 350 mirrors, and overlooks the palace’s breath-taking gardens, the second part of your visit.

In 1661, Louis XIV commissioned the landscape architect André Le Nôtre to lay out the grounds and gardens, something that was just as important to the king as the construction of the palace itself. Enjoy your free time strolling through the Gardens of Versailles and admire the 386 works of art (including more than 200 statues), fountains, flower beds, ponds, and trees.

Mont Saint Michel Guided Tour (from £236 per person)

A full day excursion to one of France’s most popular and iconic sights, the magnificent island of Mont Saint Michel and its bay, listed by UNESCO as World Heritage sites.

Your guide will tell you everything you need to know about the stunning medieval abbey at the top of the rocky island, a genuine historical masterpiece.
Then take your time to soak up the magic of the island and the beauty of its bay, which changes with the rise and fall of the tides.

Relax on the luxury air-conditioned coach journey and take in the beautiful green landscapes of Normandy as you reach Mont Saint Michel at around 12 noon.
Lunch is included at a modern, elegant restaurant with uninterrupted views of Mont Saint Michel.

Versailles Half Day Independent Tour (from £99 per person)

The Palace of Versailles was originally a small hunting lodge built by King Louis XIII in 1623. He liked the building so much, that his Royal Engineer and architect, was instructed to enlarge the site.

This work was carried on by King Louise IV and what resulted was one of the most prestigious and spectacular residences in the whole of Europe. Today, the palace remains just as spectacular and her architects and decorators, such as Le Vau, Mansart and Le Notre remain famous to this day.

With your audio tour you can discover this dazzling royal residence. Wander through the beautifully decorated State Apartments and the famous French gardens enjoying the informal commentary through your headset. Some of the highlights include the Great Royal Apartments – bedrooms of both King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette and the Hall of Mirrors. The world-famous gardens are alone worth the visit to Versailles alone.

*Please Note: Entrance to the gardens is not included in the summer when the fountains or the Musical Gardens are playing. An additional charge of €8 must be paid locally.

Paris Lunch Cruise (from £89 per person)

Enjoy the majesty of Paris’s world-famous landmarks as you gently sail down the historic River Seine. Your boat is entirely glassed over, so your views are unimpeded and as you indulge in your four-course lunch you will see the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, Hotel De Ville, the Louvre and the Grand Palais and much more.

The innovative menu is inspired by traditional French cuisine and all food is freshly prepared on board. There is a choice of 3 service options. Each service includes the same à la carte menu, a quarter bottle of wine, mineral water and coffee.

Etoile Service: À la carte menu with starter, main course and dessert. Drinks include Blanc de Blancs kir aperitif, choice of wines – Pays d’Oc IGP Chardonnay or PDO Minervois Terroir- mineral water, coffee. Centrally located table with panoramic view, tables from 2 to 10 persons maximum.

Privilège Service: À la carte menu with starter, main course, selection of mature cheeses and dessert. Drinks include a glass of Blanc de Blancs kir aperitif, choice of wines – Pays d’Oc IGP Chardonnay or PDO Médoc Duc de Chaleray – mineral water, coffee. Excellent table position by a large window, tables from 2 to 4 persons only.

Premier Service: À la carte menu with starter, main course, selection of mature cheeses and dessert. Drinks include a glass of Champagne as an aperitif served with mini cakes, choice of wines – Pays d’Oc IGP Chardonnay or PDO Médoc Duc de Chaleray – mineral water, miniature pastries served with coffee. Exceptional table position at a round table in the bows of the boat, tables from 2 to 10 persons maximum.

Paris Sightseeing Cruise (from £14 per person)

This informative one-hour cruise takes in some of Paris’s best-known and best-loved landmarks while the multi-lingual narration provides an interesting insight into the history that has shaped the skyline along the banks of the Seine.

You can board at the Eiffel Tower and cruises run throughout the day into the night, so you enjoy the views either in day light or when Paris is illuminated at night.
As you leisurely cruise along the river, you will discover new sites at every turn including Les Invalides, the Musee D’Orsay, the Hotel De Ville, the Grand Palais and a succession of beautiful bridges.

Your glass covered boat is entirely covered by glass affording uninterrupted river views and appreciated protection from the elements.

Paris Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Cruise (from £24 per person)

With more historic monuments than most other cities put together and many of these world-famous museums, art galleries and cathedrals lining the banks of the River Seine, what better way to explore Paris than a hop-on hop-off sightseeing cruise?

With 9 stops on the route, Batobus shows you a different view of Paris and is an original way of getting about in Paris. With your River Seine Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Cruise ticket, you can remain on the boat for an entire loop (roughly 1.5 to 2 hours) or you can hop-on and off at any of the stops along the Seine River to explore Paris’ countless delights. Jump off at any of the stops to see sights such as the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, or Notre Dame and enjoy the panoramic views whilst on board the glass covered boat. This is the perfect way to get about and explore the many famous sights of this amazing city.

Paris Bateaux Parisiens Dinner Cruise (from £86 per person)

Experience stunning night-time views of central Paris through the glass-top of your boat as you enjoy a relaxing cruise along the Seine and a superb 4-course gourmet dinner.

Embark close to the magnificent Eiffel Tower and sail down the River Seine enjoying views of the wonderful landmarks including Les Invalides, the Musee D’Orsay and the imposing Notre Dame Cathedral.

The boat travels as far as the Bibliotheque Nationale De France before returning back to the Eiffel Tower past the Hotel De Ville, The Louvre and the Grand Palais. The boats are entirely glassed over ensuring an unobstructed view of Paris in all its evening glory.

All meals are prepared freshly aboard the boat with attention devoted to quality and presentation while each service option includes a quarter of a bottle of wine and mineral water to accompany your dinner. A singer and three musicians entertain you on this cruise with a variety of French and international music for listening to or dancing.

Paris Montparnasse Observation Deck Tickets (from £24 per person)

The best way to experience a new city is to climb to the top of the tallest building and enjoy the wonderful views. At 210 metres, Paris Montparnasse towers above Paris and from its panoramic open rooftop terrace, you can see for more than forty kilometres across Paris and beyond.

The views are better than the top of the Eiffel Tower as not only do you see the all of the city – you also get to see France’s most famous landmark itself.
Visit during the day and see the city in all its brilliance or visit at night and see the spectacular illuminations.

You will be taken to the top of the tower by Europe’s fastest elevator where you can experience the highest roof-terrace in the city and wonderful views. At the very top of the Montparnasse 56 Tower you will discover a Champagne Bar – come and raise a glass to the sky while enjoying stunning views over the city and across to the Eiffel Tower on the highest roof terrace in Paris!