Paris, the capital of France, arose from the river which now provides a superb panoramic view of the famous monuments. But it can also be more intimate, revealing the charm of its mediaeval districts and its erstwhile villages to the casual stroller. Come and discover this city, popular and refined at the same time, where a surprise awaits you at every turn… get the best out of it on a half day tour with your english speaking driver driving to Champs Elysees and Arc de Tiromphe, the Eiffel tower, Notre-Dame on Ile de la Cité, Ile Saint Louis, Opera, Concorde.
Included : Knowledgeable english speaking driver and private car service, transport expenses
Not included : any entrance to museums or other activities when touring, driver’s meal, food and beverage
The private city tour paris start The Arc de Triomphe is recognized as a symbol of Parisian elegance around the world. Erected by the Emperor Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate France’s military prowess, the 50 meter tall arch crowns the west end of the Champs-Elysées.
The Eiffel Tower was built as a temporary structure for the 1889 World Fair. Standing at 324 meters it was such a success the fair officials decided not to demolish the structure. A highlight of the private city tour paris.
Place de la Condorde is the heart of Paris with its Obelisk given by the Egyption government to France in the 19th century. The Opéra Garnier is an architectural treasure and home of the Paris ballet. It can’t be missed during your private city tour paris.
The Île de la Cité was the centre of ancient Lutetium, medieval Paris with the amazing cathedral of Notre Dame. A bit further away, you will discover L’île Saint Louis, the second natural island on la Seine with its narrow streets, cute shops and good restaurants.
The oldest covered market in Paris, which was established in the early 1600s and remains a center of Marais life. It still houses cheese, charcuterie, wine and grocery counters. There’s a bounty of small restaurants that look like a Benetton ad: Italian, Japanese, French, Afro-Caribbean, Middle Eastern, and of course French estaminets.