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Dinner Cruise on the Seine with Bateaux Mouches
Bateaux Mouches Seine River Dinner Cruise
Price: From 187.97 US$, per person
Duration: 3.5 hours

Spend an evening gliding along the Seine River in Paris in a famous Bateau Mouche sightseeing riverboat. You'll enjoy a three-course dinner and drinks on your cruise along the Seine, admiring the floodlit Paris monuments and buildings from your special vantage point on Paris' famous river.


Your three-course French dinner onboard the Bateau Mouche is formal, so take the opportunity to dress up for the occasion on your evening out in Paris. Diners wearing casual jeans, sportswear and joggers will not be allowed onboard this formal dinner cruise.

The famous Bateaux Mouches riverboats have glass roofs that provide matchless panoramic views of Paris. While a trip in a Bateau Mouche is a classic Paris experience, dinner and an evening cruise aboard a Bateau Mouche will leave you with unforgettable memories of your visit to Paris.




Candlelight Visit and Dinner at Vaux-le-Vicomte
Candlelight Visit and Dinner at Vaux-le-Vicomte
Price: From 218.24 US$, per person
Duration: 7 hours

This evening tour offers a memorable opportunity to visit an enchanting 17th century chateau, which inspired the building of the Palace of Versailles. Visit the Carriage Museum and then enjoy dinner in the beautiful grounds of the chateau. At sunset, visit the chateau and stroll around the beautiful gardens enjoying the classical music being played.


This evening tour offers a memorable opportunity to visit an enchanting 17th century chateau, which inspired the building of the Palace of Versailles. Visit the Carriage Museum and then enjoy dinner in the beautiful grounds of the chateau. At sunset, visit the chateau and stroll around the beautiful gardens enjoying the classical music being played.

An exceptional evening! This enchanting chateau, a 17th century masterpiece which inspired Louis 19th to build Versailles, opens its doors to you. The tour begins by a visit to the "Carriage Museum" (from a roman carriage to the 20th century saloons) followed by dinner which will be served in the L'Ecureuil restaurant in the chateau grounds.

At sunset you can visit the chateau (audio guides included) and stroll around the gardens brilliantly lit by 2,000 candles and to accompany these exceptional moments, recorded classical music is played in the garden to bring a special touch.




Dom Perignon, Champagne
Champagne Region Day Trip from Paris
Price: From 142.98 US$, per person
Duration:
Enjoy a glass of bubbly as you spend a day in the famous region of Champagne on a day trip from Paris. With its magnificent vineyards, impressive heritage and world class champagnes, the region makes a great excursion from the French capital. Explore the Moet and Chandon cellars in Epernay. Also visit the Mumm Champagne House and Reims Cathedral.
The sacred town of Reims is the capital of the Champagne region and known throughout the world for its sparkling wine, champagne. Reims is also the city of coronations where most of the French Kings were crowned.

In the morning, your orientation tour of Reims includes a guided visit of the Gothic cathedral. Then onto the Mumm cellars for a commented visit and a tasting of the famous Cordon rouge Champagne wine before stopping for lunch (own expense).

In the afternoon, enjoy the picturesque landscape of vines between Reims and Epernay. At Epernay you will visit the prestigious wine cellars of Moet &  Chandon with the opportunity to taste their reputed wine.

The cellars visit is a walking tour. The cellars can be cold so please dress warmly.




Champagne Region Day Trip from Paris by Minivan
Champagne Region Day Trip from Paris by Minivan
Price: From 227.96 US$, per person
Duration:
This tour will take you to the heart of the Champagne country to discover the history and secrets of the mystic drink "The King of Wines". You'll visit world-renowned Champagne houses including Nicolas Feuillatte and Mumm. Also tour the city of Reims, the capital of the Champagne region. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 8 people on this small group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
The vineyards of the Champagne region spread out as you travel to the historic village of Hautvillers, the birthplace of Champagne, where Dom Perignon, often considered as the "Father of Champagne", started its production.

In the morning visit "Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte" (or equivalent), a trendy champagne brand. This is also a cooperative of wine-growers near Epernay and the tour guide will choose one winery to visit. Explanation of blending, riddling and disgorging process followed by a free champagne tasting.

For lunch, you will stop in the centre of Epernay at a local restaurtant.

The afternoon begins at Reims, capital of the Champagne region. You'll stop at the world famous Mumm champagne house where an expert will offer an invaluable insight into the making of this prestigious label. The discovery of the cellars will be be followed by a champagne tasting session (one glass per person).

Before returning to Paris, you'll see the center of Reims and take a short visit of the Cathedral. It's a gothic masterpiece, where the Kings of France were crowned.


Champagne Tasting Cruise in Paris
Champagne Tasting Cruise in Paris
Price: From 53.96 US$, per person
Duration: 1 hr

This Champagne Tasting Cruise will be a highlight of your trip to Paris! The champagne will be flowing as you cruise down the River Seine past some of Paris' most famous monuments. Inside a private room at the front of the boat, you will also experience a sommelier's champagne presentation.


Your cruise will start from the dock by the Eiffel Tower promptly on the hour and will take you past the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and the Grand Palais. Your sommelier will provide insight on the history and meaning of these monuments throughout the cruise.

During the cruise you will have the pleasure of tasting three Champagnes Brut, Demi-sec and Rose Champagnes.




Boat cruising down the River Seine, Paris
Croisière sur la Seine et illuminations de Paris
Price: From 51.26 US$, per person
Duration: 2 heures et demie

La magie de Paris opère lorsque la ville s'illumine le soir. Embarquez pour cette croisière de 2h et demie et plongez dans la magie de la capitale française. Commencez la soirée par une croisière sur la Seine, puis admirez les splendides illuminations de la ville lors d'une excursion autour de la capitale. Vous êtes ensuite libre de profiter de votre soirée à Paris à votre guise.


You'll quickly understand why Paris is known as the "City of Light". You'll cruise along the Seine River and see the illuminated buildings and bridges of Paris, then tour tree-lined boulevards flanked by animated cafes. You'll see the famous sights of Paris on your nocturnal tour by coach, including Place de la Concorde Square, Place Vendome, Opera, Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Trocadero, Invalides, Notre Dame Cathedral and Place du Chatelet.


Chez Clement Restaurant, located on the famous Champs-Elysees in Paris
Crucero por el Sena, recorrido de luces de París y cena en los Campos Elíseos
Price: From 120.05 US$, per person
Duration: 4 horas

Viva una noche mágica en París. Comience la velada con un crucero de candilejas por el Sena y, a continuación, haga el recorrido de luces de París y contemple las hermosas luces de la capital. Continúe el recorrido de París de noche con una cena en la legendaria avenida de los Campos Elíseos, uno de los bulevares más hermosos del mundo.


Take this tour and you'll soon understand why Paris is known as the "City of Light". You'll cruise along the Seine River and see the illuminated buildings and bridges of Paris, then tour tree-lined boulevards flanked by animated cafes. You'll see the famous sights of Paris on your nocturnal tour by coach, including Place de la Concorde Square, Place Vendome, Opera, Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Trocadero, Invalides, Notre Dame Cathedral and Place du Chatelet.

After your Paris illuminations tour, you’ll find the best tables have been reserved for you at the sophisticated Chez Clement restaurant. Here you'll enjoy a typically French three-course meal and a glass of wine, overlooking the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs-Elysees.




Pont du Hoc, Normandy
D-Day Tour: Normandy Battlefields and Landing Beaches
Price: From 234.54 US$, per person
Duration: 14 hours
Learn more about D-Day and the Battle of Normandy on this day trip from Paris as you visit the American cemetery at Saint Laurent, Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc and the famous Landing Beaches: Sword, Juno and Gold.

Take a poignant, memorable day trip from Paris to visit the Normandy battlefields and landing beaches of World War II. You'll visit famous wartime sites and the American cemetery, spend time on the historic beaches and gain invaluable insights into the wartime experience of the Allied soldiers and the French citizens they liberated.

Your drive through the picturesque Normandy countryside takes you to the Caen Memorial, devoted to illustrations and films about the Second World War and the Normandy landings of June 1944.  

After lunch at the Memorial, visit the Pointe du Hoc, a German defense 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 Center, which describes the American soldiers' operations on the famous beach in June 1944.

Before returning to Paris, drive along Normandy's Juno and Gold Beaches before arriving in Arromanches to see the remains of the artificial landing harbor that was built by the Allies in less than 15 days.


D-Day Tour: Normandy and the Landing Beaches by Minivan
D-Day Tour: Normandy Battlefields and Landing Beaches by Minivan
Price: From 280.57 US$, per person
Duration:
On this D-Day Tour of the Normandy Battlefields and Landing Beaches, you will visit the American Cemetery in Coleville, Arromanches and the beaches of Omaha and Juno.

Travel through Normandy as far as the Pointe du Hoc, well-known for the assault of the heroic Rangers. You will have free time here to explore the area before heading to the American Cemetery.

The American Cemetery in Coleville contains the graves of 9386 soldiers and makes for an emotional visit. A new visitor centre was created in 2007 to commemorate the operations of June 6, 1944. You will also discover the bloody Omaha Beach and have time to spend some moments on it before lunch at the Ferme de la Ranconniere in the village of Crepon.

In the early afternoon, you will see the ruins of the Arromanches' artificial harbour. You will then have the opportunity to see the film "The price of Freedom" at the cinema Arromanches 360. The film is shown on 9 screens in a circular room and combine library shots taken in June 1944 by war correspondents together with current shots in the same places where peace has been restored. 

Continue along the coasts of Gold and arrive at Juno Beach for a guided visit to explore the remains of the Atlantic Wall before returning to Paris.




Le Louvre, Paris
Da Vinci Code Tour by Minivan
Price: From 122.43 US$, per person
Duration: 3.5 hrs
Follow in the footsteps of Robert Langdon, the principal character in Dan Brown's bestseller, the Da Vinci Code. The novel is brought to life as you trace the steps from Vendome Square and the Ritz Hotel to the Louvre and Saint Sulpice Church.
Follow in the footsteps of Robert Langdon, the principal character in Dan Brown's bestseller, the Da Vinci Code on this small group tour through Paris. The novel is brought to life as you trace the steps from Vendome Square and the Ritz Hotel to the Louvre and Saint Sulpice Church.

Your English speaking guide will show you Vendome Square where you will find the flashy Ritz Hotel where Robert Langdon stayed in Paris during his search for clues into the death of curator Jacques Sauniere.

Visit the Louvre and search for clues hidden in Leonardo da Vinci's masterpieces such as the 'Mona Lisa' and the 'Virgin of the Rocks'. Originally constructed as a royal residence , the museum opened in the late 18th Century and today holds over 30,000 works of art.

Discover the Church of Saint Sulpice and look for the 'Rose Line' as mentioned in the book. This is the place where the albino monk Silas visited late at night to search for the keystone that would supposedly unlock the secrets of the Holy Grail. Saint Sulpice is said to have the most eccentric history of any building in Paris. The church is virtually identical in architecture to that of Notre Dame and played host to the baptisms of the Marquis de Sade and Baudelaire, as well as the marriage of Victor Hugo.


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