A triple treat like no other, this tour of Paris’ three pillars of popularity is the perfect way to experience the mesmerising opulence of the City of Lights. If it’s your first day in Paris, this is the tour you should be on. It takes you through the dreamy views from the Eiffel Tower, flowing into the enchanting beauty of the Seine and concluding with the visual wonder of the Louvre.
EIFFEL TOWER GUIDED TOUR
The exhilarating tour around Paris commences at the fascinating Iron Lady, a vision in wrought iron and a living testament of architectural excellence. As you ascend up to the second floor, our guide will regale you with intriguing anecdotes of one of the biggest attractions in the world. Right from the tales of Gustave to particulars of how it has been an artistic inspiration across generations, we promise this will be an encounter with creative exuberance you will cherish for life!
As you reach the second floor, prepare to be greeted by a sensational view of Paris’ greatest wonders that can only be described as exquisitely stunning, to say the least.
SEINE RIVER CRUISE
Set sail for an hour-long cruise on the charming Seine where you can feast your eyes on the grand vision of one of the prettiest cities in the world, Paris. The invigorating Parisian air coupled with enigmatic views makes for a truly synesthetic experience. The river cruise comes with an open ticket which can be conveniently fit into your itinerary.
SKIP-THE-LINE LOUVRE MUSEUM TICKET
Full of spectacular artworks and treasures from antiquity, the Louvre is one of the world’s greatest museums. But the sheer size and richness of the collection can be daunting. Avoid the long waiting lines at the Louvre with skip-the-line access.
Step back into antiquity and view treasures like the Seated Scribe or the Venus de Milo. Marvel at the explosion of creativity in the Renaissance with Michelangelo’s Slaves and of course Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. See 19th French masterpieces like Ingres’ La Grande Odalisque and Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa.
About the Supplier: Paris VIP Trips is one of France’s leading tours and travel agency and offers great excursions in Paris and its surroundings.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
FOR THE EIFFEL TOWER
Your guide will be with you till the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. You will visit the summit floor on your own.
The site is wheelchair-accessible only up to the second floor.
There is no left-luggage facility for non-permitted items at the Eiffel Tower. (wheeled suitcases, large luggage, non-folding buggies/prams, etc.)
Not Allowed: Oversize Luggage, Baby Stroller( it is allowed, just you have to fold it in the elevator) , Luggage, and Big Bags.
It is not allowed to bring and use rollerblades, scooters, skateboards, overboards, or any other large rolling object (except foldable pushchairs, medical or assistance vehicles for persons with reduced mobility).
FOR LOUVRE MUSEUM PLEASE PAY ATTENTION
Even with skip-the-ticket-line access, there may be wait at security. During high season this wait may increase.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Dress code is smart casual. Wheelchair accessible.
Your Louvre ticket must be used on the scheduled tour date.
Any items exceeding 55x35x20 cm are not permitted in the museum.
FOR SEINE RIVER CRUISE PLEASE PAY ATTENTION
Boarding at Pier Number 3. Timings are subject to change for the cruise.
The rules of hygiene on boats and restaurants do not allow us to accept an animal except for guide dogs.
The company name is Bateaux Parisiens. It is orange color. The departure point is just right at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
A must do tour for all those who wish to visit Paris.
I would do it again! Thank you for responding to my questions so quickly every time.
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