Visite de Paris en une journée
Le Louvre abrite certains des trésors les plus rares et les plus précieux connus de l'humanité, y compris les célèbres chefs-d'œuvre tels que la Joconde et la Vénus de Milo. Promenez-vous dans les halls révérés avec votre guide, admirez les nombreux points forts les plus connus du musée et n'hésitez pas à poser toutes vos questions le long du chemin.
Laissez le Louvre derrière vous, embarquez pour votre croisière sur la Seine pour un court voyage sur les vagues en direction de l'emblématique Tour Eiffel. Profitez d'un déjeuner dans le cadre exceptionnel du restaurant 58 Tour Eiffel au premier étage de la tour et admirez de magnifiques vues sur la ville depuis votre point d'observation en haut de la tour. Le début d'après-midi est libéré pour que vous puissiez explorer la Tour Eiffel à votre guise.
À la fin de votre visite de la Tour Eiffel, embarquez pour une seconde croisière sur la Seine et dirigez-vous vers la Cathédrale Notre-Dame. Profitez d'une visite guidée de 45 minutes de ce célèbre bâtiment et obtenez un aperçu de son histoire et de son patrimoine fascinants.
Lorsque votre tour de Notre Dame se termine, continuez votre exploration à votre guise ou sortez pour profiter du reste de votre journée dans la magnifique capitale de France. N'oubliez pas de monter en haut de la tour de la cathédrale Notre-Dame (à vos frais) pour admirer les vues spectaculaires sur Paris.
- Déjeuner au restaurant du 1er étage de la tour Eiffel
- Visite guidée du Musée du Louvre et de la cathédrale Notre-Dame
- Croisière sur le fleuve de la Seine (sauf en janvier et en février et pendant les crues de la Seine)
- Frais d'entrée pour le Musée du Louvre
- Pourboires (facultatifs)
- Transfert depuis et vers l'hôtel
- Vous recevrez la confirmation au moment de la réservation
- Comptez 1 heure 30 pour pouvoir profiter pleinement de votre visite au musée du Louvre.
- La visite guidée de la cathédrale Notre-Dame dure environ 45 minutes. Notez que cette visite ne permet pas de monter au sommet de la cathédrale.
- Veuillez noter qu’il s'agit d'une visite à pied
- Vous disposerez de 2 heures 30 à 3 heures à la tour Eiffel pour déjeuner et partir à la découverte de la ville. Vous n'aurez pas le temps de vous rendre au 3e étage.
- Non accessible aux personnes en fauteuil roulant
- Une tenue correcte est exigée pour visiter la cathédrale Notre Dame : les shorts, les robes laissant apparaître les épaules et les minijupes ne sont pas acceptés.
My guide was nice she explain everything and answer all questions I would recommend this tour the pass for boat is for all day so we used it and the lovre was perfect too bad we couldn’t spend more time there
This tour really attracted me because I wanted to see as many things as possible while in Paris. The guide that took us to the Louvre was great. She took us to the most popular art in 1.5 hours. The boat ride down the Seine river was fun and the lunch at the Eiffel Tower was fantastic! The only complaint was not finding the guide to complete the tour at Notre Dame.
We loved every minute of this tour. Our teens - who were not chomping at the bit to go the Louvre - Declared it a total success! Lunch was very delicious and the views were beautiful. A great way to see some highlights of Paris
Our tour was only 2.5 hours even though we paid for a half day. The tour guide rushed through the entire tour, and at one point we could not find him and had to search the Eiffel tour area for him to return the whisper equipment.
We would highly recommend this tour. Our guide Sandrine was very knowledgeable about the Louvre, Seine, Eiffel tower and the Notre dame. For us, the highlight was having a magnificent lunch on the Eiffel tower and then taking the stairs up to level 2 for some beautiful views. Skipping the massive lines was a bonus. Well worth it to avoid 2 hours queue. Our only suggestion for this toour would be to spend a bit more time at the Louvre. Now that the Notre Dame is undergoing renovations after the fire, there's not as much to see; and the Louvre is wonderful. Our two kids (14 and 10) didn't get bored at all! Highly recommended!!
Things happen, we all know that... and it just so happens that on the day we were supposed to go on this trip, employees at the Louvre went on strike. Also a few weeks before was the horrible fire at Notre Dame. We had a wonderful guide who did what she.could and tried very hard to get us in to the Louvre to no avail. They kindly refunded me for the missed opportunities. I would try it again on my next trip.
Overall it was a good Tour, We enjoyed the lunch @ Eiffel tower, seine river cruise, Louver (we were a bit rushed) overall it was a good experience, sad to see Notre Dame, but took pics from far. Dominique was our guide, she's impatience when asked question, walked without notification.. Thank you Paul D from Viator for suggesting this tour.
We had a wonderful tour guide. Great to see part of the Louve......awesome experience. We did go to Notre Dame.....too bad all we could see was from the outside. The Eiffel Tower visit was great experience. We had lunch at 58 Tower Eiffel. My husband's meal was not very good. He ordered Cod and got a spongy something. My meal was just fine. Wouldn't do lunch again. Nice to see the city from the tower. We did the Hop and Hop Off boat ride.....that was a great way to move around and doing it on the River Seine made it special. All in all we would recommend this tour, just not lunch at the Tower.
Our tour guide was English speaking in very easily understood. She was thorough friendly and she kept up with all of us that we didn’t fall back and lost in the shuffle. The Eiffel tower experience was awesome and the food was fabulous
The tour was a great overview of the top attractions in Paris especially since I only had a little over 2 days to spend in Paris. Our tour guide (I don't remember her name) was exceptional. She was patient, friendly and very knowledgeable. The tour included lunch at the Eiffel Tower which was actually really good, I didn't have super high expectations since its such a tourist heavy sport but the French don't mess around with food. The ticket for the river boat for transportation to/from the Eiffel Tower was also nice. I went only a couple weeks after Notre Dame burnt down so we weren't able to get very close for safety reasons but still got a good history lesson.
The tour itself was good in spite of the fact that no alternative was provided since we were unable to go into Notre Dame. I really thought that, considering the prices of these tours, we were entitled to see something else to make up for the fact that the Notre Dame part of the tour was supposed to take an hour, and we didn't get to see it.
This was a great tour. We were able to see so many things in one day. Eating lunch at the Eiffel Tower was amazing!!!!
We had a nice small group for this tour. We saw the major pieces of art in the Louvre. Beware of aggressive Asian tourist when you get to the Mona Lisa. Lunch at the Eiffel Tower was the highlight. The food was very good and the scenery fantastic. This was a great tour even in the November rain.
the guide was late when he did come he said to us he was sick and could not find someone to replace him we walked with out a break or a bathroom break for hours there was only min. to see the pictures I will not be using Viator for any thing else it's always nice to tell the truth and do right by people when they come from another Country.
This was exactly what you need in Paris. The tour hit all the main areas we wanted to see. The key part was it made all the stops very easy and simple. You can get overwhelmed in Paris to try and do everything. This was stress free and you saw everything you needed to see. Highly recommend. Our tour guide was fantastic too.
Our tour guide, Carolyn was charming and very informative. She provided great insight to the many sights we experienced with her. Almost too much for one dayThe real problem was the lunch. It took over three hours. Once in the venue the sped through the service so we ended up sitting around dockside for an extensive period. The food was absolutely inedible. A real disservice to French cuisine.