Paris Tours

Paris will surpass even your grandest expectations—this cosmopolitan capital lives up to its reputation as the City of Love, City of Light and City of Fashion. Whether you’re seeking to experience history, art, architecture, romance or the city’s pervasive joie de vivre, your time in Paris is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Dive deeper in French culture

Must-visit neighborhoods for Paris vacations

From historic monuments and artsy haunts to haute shopping streets, each area has something special to offer.

View an iconic symbol of France

The Arc de Triomphe, completed in 1836, is one of the best known war monuments in the world, sitting at the terminus of one of the most famous streets. the Champs-Elysees

The heart of France

Notre-Dame de Paris, largely completed by 1250,  lies at the heart of modern Paris (and France) on it’s own island, the Ile de la Cite.  It is the most famous Gothic cathedral of the Middle Ages.

The Eiffel Tower

Completed in 1889, to usher in the International Exposition and the centenary of the French Revolution, is unlike any other structure ever built.  Standing tall over Paris at 984 feet in height, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most best known landmarks in the world.

The Place de la Concorde

Located at the eastern terminus of the Champs-Elysees this is the largest square in Paris.  King Louis XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette were some of the many executed during the French Revolution.

The Seine river

The majestic Seine River, splits Paris in half,  and has been an important force in the development of the city. Downstream the river links Paris with Le Havre and the sea; upstream it links with the Marne and the Rhine rivers.

Stumble upon a great eating establishment

Street dining choices are abundant and diverse in Paris. Whether you choose a Brasserie, Bistro or Cafe great food and drink are in store.

The Louvre’s pyramid entrance

The Louvre is France’s national museum and art gallery.  The controversial steel-and-glass pyramid is the modern entrance to the museum.  See it for yourself.

Savor the baguette

Even famed foodie Julia Child struggled in making the perfect baguette.  In Paris, they are available on every corner.

Settle in for a pastry

Find the perfect treat in any one of the city’s famous patisserie’s.  For the perfect pairing with coffee or tea, try the informa setting of a salon de the.

Why travel to Paris?

The art

Paris has long been a hotbed for artists and enthusiasts alike. It’s hard to go far without being inspired—just look to the prints sold along the Left Bank, the stands of sidewalk painters in Montmartre and the seemingly infinite works at the Louvre.

The food

From a picnic lunch of fresh bread and Brie from the Marché Bastille to dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant, the dining options are endless (and delicious) when traveling to Paris.

The lifestyle

It may sound cliché, but Parisians truly embody a certain je ne sais quoi. Channel your inner Francophile and spend an afternoon people-watching at a cafe, browsing an art gallery or reading in the Luxembourg Gardens.

Why travel to Paris?

The art

Paris has long been a hotbed for artists and enthusiasts alike. It’s hard to go far without being inspired—just look to the prints sold along the Left Bank, the stands of sidewalk painters in Montmartre and the seemingly infinite works at the Louvre.

The food

From a picnic lunch of fresh bread and Brie from the Marché Bastille to dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant, the dining options are endless (and delicious) when traveling to Paris.

The lifestyle

It may sound cliché, but Parisians truly embody a certain je ne sais quoi. Channel your inner Francophile and spend an afternoon people-watching at a cafe, browsing an art gallery or reading in the Luxembourg Gardens.

 
 
 

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