Our Paris tour includes free entry into over 60 top attractions in Paris, a value of over $600! We will accompany you throughout your vacation and assist you in every way to make your Paris vacation enjoyable and unforgettable!

Escorted 7 Day Paris Tour

(Optional up to a 14 day tour)

Highlights:

  • Eiffel Tower
  • Cathedral Of Notre Dame
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • The Louvre Museum
  • The Orsay Museum
  • The Palace of Versailles
  • La Conciergerie
  • The Panthéon
  • Centre Pompidou
  • Napoleon's Tomb
  • ...and much more

Day 1: Arrival in Paris, France

We will pick you up at the airport in Paris. On your first day we will meet at the hotel lobby to discuss our plans for your Paris vacation. While in Paris you will have free entry into attractions as the Notre Dame Cathedral, Palace of Versailles, Arc de Triomphe, Anthéon, Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum and many more. You will also receive a free traveling pass with unlimited journeys on all Paris metros, RER, buses, trams, overland suburban trains, and the Montmartre Funicular for central Paris. You will have"skip the lines" privileges at certain attractions and special offers for restaurants, shops and much more. Depending upon your flight arrival, this day will be allotted free time for you to relax after your flight with dinner in the evening at the hotel restaurant.

Trivia: The Eiffel Tower was built originally as a temporary structure for the World’s Fair in 1900

Day 2: Walking Tour of Paris

The day will start with breakfast at the hotel in Paris. You will get familiar with the city on a 3 hour walking tour of Paris with an experienced guide. Your tour will show you Paris as it was meant to be seen by walking along the banks of the Seine, through its royal gardens and squares. You will view the Eiffel Tower, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, The Louvre Museum, Napoléon’s Tomb, Académie Française, Tuileries Gardens, Assemblée National, view of the Grand & Petit Palais, Haussmann’s Paris, the Latin Quarter, Pont Neuf, Place de la Concorde, Palais Royal and much more. After the tour you will have a free ticket to enjoy a mini street-train ride. The train will take you through the streets of theMontmartre hilltop district where you will look over the romantic views of Paris. Afterwards will be free time to walk the streets of Paris and shop if you wish. You will meet in the evening and enjoy a dinner and the rest of the evening will be yours to relax.

Trivia: You can explore the Roman ruins in Paris which is located in the Crypts underneath Notre Dame Cathedral.

Day 3: Notre Dame / The Panthéon /Arc de Triomphe

After breakfast, you will enjoy a day pass on a famous open-top double-deck bus of Paris. The hop on & off capabilities enables you to get on and off the bus at a number of  important attractions and shopping centers. One of the first sites you will tour will be the Notre Dame Cathedral (French for "Our Lady of Paris), considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture and is among the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world. Next you will tour the La Conciergerie which has been the central seat of authority and justice in Paris for over a thousand years. After a quick lunch you will tour The Panthéon, originally built as a church but now functions as a secular mausoleum containing the remains of some distinguished French citizens. After enjoying dinner at a local British Pub, you will tour the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most famous monuments in Paris. Built between 1806 and 1836, the monument stands 50 metres (164 ft) in height, 45 m (148 ft) wide and 22 m (72 ft) deep. The Arc de Triomphe honors those who fought and died for France,with the names of all French victories and generals inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces. While on the observation deck at 50m and with weather permitting, you will watch a stunningsunset over the panoramic views of Paris!

Trivia:  Arc de Triomphe was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806, however, he died before he got to see it completed.

Paris - 7 Day Europe Tour

Cost:   Adults / $2,495*

            Students (ages 6-12) / $995

            Children 5 and under / Free

*Based on Double Adult Occupancy

Single room supplement: 
$550-$750

Children under the age of 12 are required to share a room with an accompanying adult. There is a maximum of 2 children with 2 adults.

The tour includes:

  • All ground transportation from flight arrival and departure in Paris.
  • Tour in private auto/minibus, with transportation to and from all tours and restaurants on the itinerary.
  • All accommodations are in a clean comfortable hotel, bed & breakfast or country inn. (European 3-5 star standards) located in central locations and with private bathrooms.
  • Breakfast each morning.
  • Dinner each evening with two free drinks (beer, wine, soda, juice or water only).
  • Free beer, wine, schnapps and non-alcoholic beverages served while traveling between cities and tours.
  • Entry and tour fees of all sights mentioned in the itinerary.

The tour does NOT include:

  • Airfare to and from Paris.
  • Meals other than those indicated in the itinerary.
  • Beverages other than those indicated in the itinerary.
  • Free time transportation or sightseeing.
  • Personal expenses for shopping, etc. 

Optional tours:

We have handpicked our tours to give you the must see sites with a relaxed and enjoyable vacation. We understand that some people have different interest than others. We will try to accommodate special request such as a special tour, a historical site, a river cruise or just a special dinner. Please feel free to contact us.

Day 4: Seine River Cruise / Louvre / Orsay / Centre Pompidou

After breakfast, you will have a one hour cruise on the Seine River. The tours departs approximately every 30 minutes, so there is no rush to get to the docks. You can relax and appreciate Paris’s spectacular landmarks and top tourist attractions by water. Following the river cruise, you will tour the Louvre Museum, one of the world's largest museums and a historic monument.  The museum is the home to the famous Mona Lisa and Venus de Miloand contains over 35,000 pieces of art from prehistory to the 21st century. The Louvre is the world's most visited museum!  Next you will tour the Orsay Museum, built between 1898 and 1900. The museum holds mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1915, including paintings, sculptures from artist Monet, Degas, Renoir, Seurat, Gauguin and Van Gogh, to name a few. Next will be the the Centre Pompidou museum, the largest museum of modern art in Europe. The collections and galleries featuring over 50,000 works of art from Picasso, Duchamp, Ernst and Miró and more! You will meet for dinner later in the evening and then ask us about some of the popular coffee houses in Paris for that double espresso to keep you motivated!

Trivia: After the burning at the stake of Joan of Arc, her ashes were thrown into the Seine from the Mathilde Bridge at Rouen in 1431.

Day 5: Paris Opera House / Grevin Wax Museum / Montparnasse Tower

After breakfast, you will be taking tours of  the different museums in Paris. A few of the more famous museums are the Paris Opera House (Palais Garnier Opera House), one of the most recognized opera houses in the world. You will see the 7 ton chandelier of pure bronze and crystal, the Grand Staircase made of white Italian marble, the Grand Foyer, the marble rotundas for the high society and so much more. From there you will tour the Grevin Wax Museum, be amazed by the lifelike of over 300 wax figures of your favorite pop stars, sporting heroes and historic characters. Learn from the dramatic scenes of historical and modern Paris from the lifelike figures. After dinner, you will continue the day with a tour of the Montparnasse Tower, Paris second tallestskyscraper at 689 feet high. You will venture to the viewpoint on the 53rd floor which offers one of the best panoramas in the city. Enjoy a breath taking view as the sun sets across the Paris horizon and watch thecity illuminate up at nightfall. After another busy day of sightseeing, the rest of the evening will be yours to relax or enjoy an evening drink at a local café.

Trivia: The Phantom of the Opera was originally written by Gaston Leroux in 1910 and was inspired by real events that took place at the Palais Garnier (Paris) Opera House. Legend has it there was a ballerina’s skeleton uncovered in the Opera House?

Day 6: Palace of Versailles / Free time for museums and shopping

After breakfast you will take a short train ride to the Palace of Versailles, one of the largest castles in the world which contains an estimated 6,000 paintings and 5,000 pieces of furniture and other objects for you to see! You will be amazed by the Hall of Mirrors which features a hall that contains 17 mirror-clad arches that reflect the 17 arcaded windows that overlook the gardens. Each arch contains 21 mirrors with a total of 357 mirrors! After returning to the city center, the rest of the day will be your free time. You will have free passes for more museums and galleries for Paris. Feel free to enjoy the Interactive Historical Museum, here you can view the Paris Story, a 50 minute travel through time from the past to the present. Maybe watch Miniature Paris and get a different perspective in 3D with this aerial tour of the city. The Paris Experience will let you explore and discover the architecture and monuments of Paris from 5 different films. Enjoy 3D images of Paris and learn about the fascinating city. If you wish, spend this day for shopping for that special souvenir for loved ones or that perfect pair of shoes for yourself!  You will meet later in the day for a wonder farewell dinner at a local Paris restaurant.

Trivia: The Palace of Versailles contains over 700 rooms, 2,150 windows, 1,250 fireplaces and 67 staircases. The grounds cover over 30,000 acres and featured a mile long canal, 400 sculptures and 1,400 fountains.

Day 7: Departure from Paris, France

After breakfast at your hotel, we will be happy to take you to the airport for your departure.