Discover the key sights of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Your guide will take you on an unforgettable tour of the must see sights of Paris on the Right Bank and Left Bank of the Seine River.
Arc de Triomphe -Commissioned by Napoleon, this magnificent neoclassical arc honors those who fell during the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars.
Champs Élysées– France’s most famous avenue where some of the most renownluxury brands have their stores, including Louis Vuitton and Guerlain.
Place de la Concorde– Designed by Ange-Jacques Gabriel in 1755, this isthe largest square in France and one of the most magnificent.
Tuileries Garden- Located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde, this magnificent garden was first opened in 1667 and has been redesigned by French Kings from Henry IV to Louis XIV.
Opera Garnier- Founded in 1669 by Louis XIV, Opera Garnier produces some of the finest Operas and Ballets in the world.
Notre Dame Cathedral- One of the most famous gothic cathedrals in the world, see the mythical cathedral that survived the French Revolution and went on to inspire Victor Hugo’s Hunchback of Notre Dame and countless other legends.
Place de la Bastille– The former location of the infamous Bastille Prison, this square boasts Paris’ great Modern Opera Bastille.
Left Bank Tour
Eiffel Tower- Built in 1889 as the entrance arch to the 1889 World’s Fair, this iconic symbol of France towers 81 stories high above Paris and is one of the most visited monuments in the world.
Les Invalides- Originally a military hospital, this complex of buildings is an integral part of France’s military history, houses several museums and most notably Napoleon Bonaparte’s tomb.
Saint Germain des Pres– Full of boutique shops and literary cafes, Saint Germain is classic Paris at its best.
Luxenbourg Gardens-One of the most beautiful parks in Paris and the second largest in Paris, the Jardin du Luxenbourg also houses the French Senate and hundreds of masterpiece statues.
The Panthéon – This striking neoclassic building is the final resting place of many French writers and philosophers, including Rousseau, Voltaire, Victor Hugo, and Emile Zola.
ÎleSaint-Louis – One of the two natural islands in the Seine river, Île Saint-Louis, its named after King Louis IX of France and is considered to be one of the most exclusive places to live in France.