Excursions in & around Paris
The following tours are applicable for minimum participation of 4 people for various tours or excursions in Paris, and minimum 5 people for the tours and excursions outside of Paris.
Versailles Palace, Disneyland Park and Asterix Park tours are included in the outside the city tours category.
Do not hesitate to contact us for the prices.
During this tour, we will see the most important cultural and historical monuments of Paris:
Our first stop will be the Eiffel Tower. Built on a flat ground, we can see this magnificent monument illuminated in different colors at night, each time we look to the south of the city. It’s the symbol of Paris and an object of inspiration for a lot of artists. Once we reach the top of the tower, we will enjoy the panoramic view of Paris. Our next stop will be the Notre Dame Cathedral. Its construction lasted 170 years and it became very famous with Victor Hugo’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.
Would you like to see the world’s most storied cathedral and its gothic architecture, as well as the history of the Middle Ages? Our final stop will be the Montmartre hill, where the “Basilica of the Sacré Coeur” is located. Montmartre has been the bohemian district of Paris during the 19th century.
The last standing vineyard of the city can be seen in Montmartre. While visiting the narrow streets of the district with your guide, you can have a stop to let a painter draw your portrait …
During this excursion, we will visit Paris’ charming & indispensable highlights, such as the river cruise trip on Seine, the Latin Quarter, Garden of Luxembourg and St Germain neighborhood. Named after a Roman goddess who lived two thousand years ago, Seine River, dividing Paris all along 13 kilometers, is decorated with 37 bridges, which were built from ancient times until the present day. We will have our boat trip inside a two section boat, consisting of a glass-enclosed base and a fully open top-deck, viewing Paris’s famous riverfront buildings, bridges, its lively people. We will also have the opportunity to discover two small islands on the river, exactly in the center of Paris. Immediately after this first part of our tour, here we go to the district, known as the Latin Quarter of Paris. We will see the Sorbonne University, the Sorbonne Square, the Pantheon, and all the famous corners of the district together, panoramically from the outside. Just then we will head to one of the most beautiful gardens in Paris, Garden of Luxembourg. After a photo-break in this famous garden, we will continue our excursion in the direction of the famous St Germain Quarter of Paris, known as the “intellectual heart of the city”. In the neighborhood there’s the oldest church in the city and our popular tour will come to an end there. You can have your coffee at one of those famous street cafes, where Sartre, Beauvoir and similar celebrities frequented once.
Located 32 kilometers from the center of Paris, Disneyland Park is the one and only Disney Resort of Europe.
During our visit, we will see the Phantom Manor, the River Rogue Keel Boats, the Big Thunder Mountain, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril, the Swiss Family Tree house, the Pirates of the Caribbean, “it’s a small world”, Star Tours, “Honey, I Shrunk The Audience!” 3D movie, Space Mountain: Mission 2 flight through the stars and Autopia for a little race.With such attractions, not only youngsters, but everyone will have lots of fun. Of course, Disney characters will be greeting us all day long…
After the Disney Parade and the fireworks we will get back to Paris, depending on the Park’s seasonal closing time.
This ancient Royal Palace has become even more famous with Dan Brown’s novel “The Da Vinci Code”. Each year, there are 8 million visitors that come to see the most impressive sculptures, paintings, drawings and archeological findings in the world.
Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa; Greek, Etruscan and Roman sculptures, and French Royalty’s jewelry would be a few examples to those…
“Le Marais” Paris’ most popular and typical district we will see the famous writer Victor Hugo’s house and the “Place des Vosges” square where he used to work and produce his stories.
One of the most impressive and significant achievements of the XVIIIth century.
You have much to learn about French Royal life… Our visit to the Château de Versailles, heart of the French Royal life, we will see the Queen Marie-Antoinette’s and the beheaded King Louis XVI’s bedrooms.
Not only there will be recently restored rooms in our tour, but also the Royal Gardens, that are well-known with the water games, will be visited.
During this full day tour, beginning in the early morning, we will visit France’s neighbor and North Europe’s loveliest country: Belgium. Our tour will start in the city of Waterloo, which reminds us of Napoleon’s decisive loss in war against the British army. As we enter the city limits of greater Brussels, we will stop by at the Atomium, the major symbol of Brussels. After visiting this iconic structure, we will be heading to the city center to see the beautiful monuments, such as the Royal Palace, the Parliament of the European Union, the Palace of Justice, the Academy of Music, the Saint-Michel Cathedral, the Grand Place, and the Mannequin Pis. Once all these remarkable sights are visited & presented by our private tour guide in a detailed way, some free time for our guests will be set, so that you can enjoy shopping and have lunch.
In the afternoon, we will be visiting Bruges. Described as “The Venice of the North” by many, Bruges is one of the few cities in the world, built almost entirely on water canals. After truly enjoying a horse-drawn cab ride or a boat tour, accompanied by our guide, we will have some free time to buy lace, chocolates or beer; all signature specialties of Belgium.
This is a great opportunity to discover a European city, which is unique of its kind, in only one day…
After breakfast, we will set off on the road for Normandy Region, one of the most beautiful regions of France and which played a very strategic role after the World War II. Our goal is to experience the unique & rich texture of the Normandy Region. Our first stop will be the Normandy Bridge. Next to the bridge, in Honfleur city we will see the historical port, salt warehouses, fishermen houses, wooden church, and art galleries. After strolling on the historical beach, where Normandy Landings took place, we will tour Trouville city and its famous fish market. You will have free time in Trouville, where you can taste delicious fish and sea products for the lunch. In the afternoon, before turning back to Paris, we will visit Deauville city also known as the Monaco of the North, French high society’s favorite place with its casinos, luxury boutiques, celebrities’ houses and Promenade des Planches (where the private beach is dedicated to those famous actors and moviemakers, who have come to visit Deauville).
The region of Loire, known as Le jardin de la France (Gardens of France), was the constant abode of the kings and aristocrats throughout the Renaissance.
This scenic region amazes its visitors with countless chateaus, built with a splendid architecture and an aesthetic taste. Among all those magnificent castles, we will be visiting Chenonceau, Cheverny and Chambord chateaus and their annexed gardens.
Built on the top of a rocky small islet by the monks during the Medieval Ages, Mont Saint-Michel is currently acknowledged as the most significant holy region of Abbaye Bénédictine and Breton.
We will also be spending some free time in the village of Mont Saint-Michel, right after our guided tour.
LIDO Show is one of the most splendid cabarets of Paris nights famous for their choreographic dance shows and their rich imagination, for over 60 years.
We will have an outstanding night, enjoying it within the comfort & luxury of our pre-reserved private tables, accompanied by pre-selected champagne.