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Paris in 1 day

Morning day 1

Tour from the Paris Opera to Napoleon’s column and to the Tuileries garden. Reach place de la Concorde, with show-stopping views of the Champs, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel tower.

Join our free Paris Landmarks group tour at 10 am, rain or shine.

Then tour the river banks thas go from Concorde to Notre Dame. You can :

1 – walk past the Tuileries garden and the glass pyramid of the Louvre museum, to Sainte chapelle and to Notre Dame.

2 – catch the hop-on-hop-off bus on place de la Concorde. Before you loop to Notre Dame, ride to the Eiffel tower at the edge of town.

3 – ride metro line #1 from Concorde to Hotel de Ville.

Mid-day day 1

Grab lunch around Notre Dame/place hôtel de ville or place Maubert.

Afternoon day 1

Visit Notre Dame (do not miss the flying buttresses in the garden to the back of the church) and then the river banks, around Saint-Louis island.

Evening day 1

the Artistic village of Montmartre – from Moulin Rouge to Sacré Cœur.

Ride the metro to either Anvers or (our recommendation) Blanche on line #2. Or ride the hop-on-hop-off bus to the « Moulin Rouge » stop.

Join our free Montmartre/Moulin rouge to Sacré coeur group tour, at 5pm rain or shine.

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Paris in 2 days

Day 1

Morning day 1

Tour from the Paris Opera to Napoleon’s column and to the Tuileries garden. Reach place de la Concorde, with show-stopping views of the Champs, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel tower.

Join our free Paris Landmarks group tour at 10 am, rain or shine.

Then tour the river banks thas go from Concorde to Notre Dame. You can :

1 – walk past the Tuileries garden and the glass pyramid of the Louvre museum, to Sainte chapelle and to Notre Dame.

2 – catch the hop-on-hop-off bus on place de la Concorde. Before you loop to Notre Dame, ride to the Eiffel tower at the edge of town.

3 – ride metro line #1 from Concorde to Hotel de Ville.

Mid-day day 1

Grab lunch around Notre Dame/place hôtel de ville or place Maubert.

Afternoon day 1

Visit Notre Dame (do not miss the flying buttresses in the garden to the back of the church) and then the river banks, around Saint-Louis island.

Evening day 1

the Artistic village of Montmartre – from Moulin Rouge to Sacré Cœur.

Ride the metro to either Anvers or (our recommendation) Blanche on line #2. Or ride the hop-on-hop-off bus to the « Moulin Rouge » stop.

Join our free Montmartre/Moulin rouge to Sacré coeur group tour, at 5pm rain or shine.

Day 2

Morning day 2

Take your pick of the Louvre Museum (the Mona Lisa, the Venus of Milo etc., closed Tuesdays) or the Orsay museum (Van Gogh, Renoir and other Impressionists, closed Mondays). And when you visit, keep to your initial program.

Mid-day day 2

Chill and catch a 1-hour boat cruise. Cruises start at Pont-Neuf bridge, advanced reservation is not needed.

Afternoon day 2

Visit le Marais district, for a slice of authentic Parisian elegance, with old mansions and elegant fashion. To get there, walk through ile saint-Louis to metro hotel de ville. Or ride the metro from pont-neuf to Saint-Paul.

Join our free Marais/mansions and fashion group tour, at 2.30pm rain or shine.

Evening day 2

For the price of a single ticket, ride bus line 72 all the way and back, and enjoy the city of light all lit up, including Trocadéro, Eiffel tower blinking at the hour, the river Seine the Louvre glass pyramid. Or, weather permitting, dine at an outdoor terrace.

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For booking a private guide (from €485) for your full day in Paris, enter your email address and your travel dates. We will answer you shortly!

 

Paris in 3 days

Day 1

Morning day 1

Tour from the Paris Opera to Napoleon’s column and to the Tuileries garden. Reach place de la Concorde, with show-stopping views of the Champs, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel tower.

Join our free Paris Landmarks group tour at 10 am, rain or shine.

Then tour the river banks thas go from Concorde to Notre Dame. You can :

1 – walk past the Tuileries garden and the glass pyramid of the Louvre museum, to Sainte chapelle and to Notre Dame.

2 – catch the hop-on-hop-off bus on place de la Concorde. Before you loop to Notre Dame, ride to the Eiffel tower at the edge of town.

3 – ride metro line #1 from Concorde to Hotel de Ville.

Mid-day day 1

Grab lunch around Notre Dame/place hôtel de ville or place Maubert.

Afternoon day 1

Visit Notre Dame (do not miss the flying buttresses in the garden to the back of the church) and then the river banks, around Saint-Louis island.

Evening day 1

the Artistic village of Montmartre – from Moulin Rouge to Sacré Cœur.

Ride the metro to either Anvers or (our recommendation) Blanche on line #2. Or ride the hop-on-hop-off bus to the « Moulin Rouge » stop.

Join our free Montmartre/Moulin rouge to Sacré coeur group tour, at 5pm rain or shine.

Day 2

Morning day 2

Take your pick of the Louvre Museum (the Mona Lisa, the Venus of Milo etc., closed Tuesdays) or the Orsay museum (Van Gogh, Renoir and other Impressionists, closed Mondays). And when you visit, keep to your initial program.

Mid-day day 2

Chill and catch a 1-hour boat cruise. Cruises start at Pont-Neuf bridge, advanced reservation is not needed.

Afternoon day 2

Visit le Marais district, for a slice of authentic Parisian elegance, with old mansions and elegant fashion. To get there, walk through ile saint-Louis to metro hotel de ville. Or ride the metro from pont-neuf to Saint-Paul.

Join our free Marais/mansions and fashion group tour, at 2.30pm rain or shine.

Evening day 2

For the price of a single ticket, ride bus line 72 all the way and back, and enjoy the city of light all lit up, including Trocadéro, Eiffel tower blinking at the hour, the river Seine the Louvre glass pyramid. Or, weather permitting, dine at an outdoor terrace.

Day 3

Morning day 3

Do a bit of shopping. Why not !? Les grands magasins cater well to international travelers. You have galeries Lafayette and Printemps to the north (do not miss their rooftop views), and Bon marché to the south.

For more adventuresome shopping, on week-ends and Mondays, visit the 2,500 shops of the Paris Antiques Market (the largest in the world).

We have an insider’s guided tour of the Paris Flea Market at 10 :45am.

Mid-day day 3

Visit the Latin Quarter’s medieval streets and alleys, Sorbonne University, the Pantheon, and the Luxembourg garden.

Join our free Latin Quarter/Left Bank group tour, at 2.30pm, or our Saint-Germain/Elegant Paris at 5pm, rain or shine.

Or else, go to Napoleon’s tomb at les Invalides (every day), or to the Rodin Museum and sculpture garden (closed Mondays).

Afternoon day 3

Soak in the atmosphere. Ride free Vélib city-sponsored Vélib bike, or sit at a sunny café terrace and indulge in people-watching.

Evening day 3

Finish off in style. Spend the evening in the Moulin Rouge, or the Lido or the Paradis Latin cabaret.

Or else…

And what about the Eiffel tower and Versailles ?

Eiffel tower tickets are the hardest thing to find. When you’re looking, settle for a place lower than the summit if you have to, and do not recoil from the high price. Other rooftops with easier access are the towers of Notre Dame, and the Montparnasse tower.

When it comes to Versailles, it’s a bit far out, and it can require a lot of time. So save Versailles for Day 4+.

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For the schedule of our free/tip-supported tours, click here.

For booking a private guide (from €485) for your full day in Paris, enter your email address and your travel dates. We will answer you shortly!