Paris City Tour

This fantastic guided trip allows you to soak up the most remarkable attractions of Paris, sampling its vibrant streets and gaze at lush gardens as well numerous must-sees that Paris has to offer
During 8 hours traversing the city from one side to another, you will be captivated by the famous Eiffel towers, Arch of Triumph, Concorde Square, Lourve Buildings, Notre Dam Cathedral, passing by romantic art bridge, Latin Quarter or much more. 
Start :
Your Hotel
Finish :
Your Paris Hotel
Style :
Culture Tour
Physical level :
Cultural Interaction :


Departure from our hotel, where you will meet your guide. He or she will take you straight to the famous Louvre Museum right opposite our office. Your guide will take you through this must-see museum and tell you about the main artworks: the Venus of Milo statue representing the goddess Aphrodite, the impressive painting of The Wedding at Cana, the Coronation of Napoleon illustrating the emperor’s crowning in the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa which is the most visited work in the Museum.

After your tour of the Louvre Museum which takes about 2 hours, your guide will take you to the river bank, before the Pont du Carrousel, to board a Batobus boat. The boat will take you to the Eiffel Tower where lunch awaits you. This short cruise will show you Paris from a different angle. You will see some of the superb bridges over the Seine and Paris monuments along the banks. The boat moors at the Quai de la Bourdonnais at the foot of the Trocadéro, right opposite the Iron Lady. Your guide will let you disembark to go to the Eiffel Tower. Your fast-lane ticket gives you quick access to the 1st floor where the “58 Tour Eiffel” restaurant is located. Enjoy an original picnic-style lunch in a friendly, relaxed setting with a superb panoramic view of Paris. 

Lunch is followed by some free time for you to visit the Eiffel Tower and admire the breathtaking view of the finest Paris monuments like the Invalides and its golden dome, the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs-Elysées, the Sacré-Coeur Basilica at the top of Montmartre, the Notre-Dame Cathedral on Île de la Cité, and the magnificent Champs de Mars. (You may take the stairs up to the 2nd floor without additional charge.)

Your guide will then take you back to the river shuttle. After about 20 minutes of cruising on the Seine, the boat arrives at the foot of the Île de la Cité in the historic center of Paris. Walk up to the esplanade of the Notre-Dame Cathedral to behold this masterpiece of Gothic architecture built between 1163 and 1345, with its spires and famous gargoyles. After telling you about the facade, you can take a guided tour inside followed by free time to walk around and look at the superb stained-glass and rose windows.

The tour ends at the Notre-Dame Cathedral, so that you can explore the Île de la Cité at your own pace or climb up to the top of the cathedral’s spires. Transfer back to your hotel


  • English Speaking Guide
  • Private Transfer with modern and comfortable car
  • Entrance fees where applied
  • Pick Up and Drop Off to your hotel
  • Lunch with traditional Paris City Food


  • Personal Expense
  • Tips and gratuties

Price Guide

The private tour price starts at $ 130/ person for the group of 8 people. 
For group tour, please check our option for Paris Group Tour

Essential information

The Paris City Tour opens year round and you can be customized to fit with your interest. Our Travel Expert will respond to all tailor made request within 24 hours.

Our tour includes pick up and drop off from any hotel inside Paris. If you stay near Charles De Gaulle airport or any other places, please contact us for the quote.
Patrick loves Paris and France ! He is passionated to introduce you the city and the country like no other

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