After a long flight, we will meet you, guide you and start you off with a friendly face. Your personal concierge will be outside baggage claim with croissants and take you to your hotel via private car or via train/taxi through Gare du Nord. Have sights explained along the way or learn the metro system if going by train. Once at your destination, your Concierge will also give you information about the neighborhood.
Your concierge will take you to the top of Montmartre for its breathtaking views of Paris. On this private guided tour, you’ll visit the beautiful Sacré-Coeur Basilica and see the artists who still are there to sell their wares in the Place du Tertre. Stroll through cobblestone streets where Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec, Renoir, and Picasso painted their famous works. Don’t miss La Maison Rose, the Cabaret Lapin Agile and the only working vineyard in Paris. [2-hour private tour, includes hotel pickup.]
Your concierge will drop you off at dinner after your tour.
Your concierge will pick you up from dinner for this tour. Paris is called the city of lights, and what better way to see it than at night. Your personal guide will take you on a dazzling ride through the city to see all the iconic sights and views from the best vantage points. At Trocadero, get the most striking view of the sparkling Eiffel Tower; we’ll stop here for a photo op. We’ll pass by the monumental Pantheon in the Latin Quarter, then on to the Ile de la Cité to see Notre Dame Cathedral and the Pont-Neuf. You’ll drive down the Champs-Elysees to view majestic Arc de Triomphe, along the way to the highest point in Paris, Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre. We’ll see the beautiful Opera Garnier and the elegant Place Vendôme while passing by the Tuileries Garden and the Place de la Concorde. The historical Invalides and the stunning Pont Alexandre III are also on our route, along with the Grand Palais. Your final destination will be your hotel, or wherever you prefer.
We recommend beginning your day at the Belle Époque teahouse Angelina, for their world famous hot chocolate and delicious French pastries! Your concierge will meet you outside Angelina at 10 am to begin your tour.
Your Concierge will pick you up for the short walk through the Tuileries Garden to the Louvre for this private tour where you will skip the line to see the highlights, including the medieval passageway, the Great Sphinx of Tanis, Venus de Milo, the Renaissance ballroom, Winged Victory and the Apollo Gallery; masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance by Botticelli, Fra Angelico, Raphael, da Vinci and Michelangelo; key works by 19th century French masters Delacroix, Gericault and Ingres. If there is something you know you want to see – let us know! [2-hour private tour, includes pickup from Angelina.]
Your concierge will meet you in the lobby of your hotel for this tour. Our concierge will meet you at your hotel and travel with you via metro to guide you through one of the oldest and hippest sections of Paris. You’ll learn the history of the Marais from the 6th Century to the present day. Stops will include the medieval wall of Philippe Auguste, the lovely Place des Vosges and the Rue des Rosiers, the lively Jewish quarter. The final stop will be at the Picasso Museum where you can wander through at your leisure, on your own. [3-hour private tour, includes hotel pickup.]
Your concierge will meet you at your hotel for this tour. Established in 1804, Cimetière du Père Lachaise is the first garden cemetery and the most visited cemetery in the world, sprawling over 118 acres in the 20th arrondissement. Your concierge will guide you through this who’s who of the Parisian rich and famous including Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Marcel Marceau, Modigliani, Chopin to our very own Jim Morrison. You will stumble upon interesting, sometimes even quirky, graves of the remarkable and obscure. [3-hour private tour, includes hotel pickup.]
Dine on Le Calife, a 5-star cruising restaurant, through the heart of historical Paris. In a warm and unique setting, view some of the most famous monuments of Paris from the Seine: Notre Dame, The Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, Grand Palais, Les Invalides, and the Eiffel Tower. At sunset, the cruise (which lasts 2 hours) starts at the sound of the “Kromhout”, the original twin engine from 1939. The welcoming crew offers a wide range of cocktails to start the party. Then, enjoy either a traditional French menu worthy of the gastronomic reputation of the capital or menus inspired by India, South Africa, Greece, and the Middle East.
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Some parts of France can’t be put into a 2 or 3-hour tour and some just take a while to get to. Venture out of Paris to explore the beaches of Normandy, Giverny, and more.
From perfume to WW2 to where the famous rest, our history tours are a way to see Paris in a different way.
Our art tours are made to really focus on art in a way a large group tour can’t, whether it’s street art or a museum in Paris.
Looking for something particular? We’ll help you find it in Paris. Our shopping tours include Antiques, Wardrobe, and more!
After touring the Palace, your concierge will walk with you through the gardens and stop at “la Flotille,” a restaurant near the Grand Canal. There you can chose to lunch either at the brasserie—or on the other side, completely separate, in an upscale restaurant with a garden decor in keeping with the general theme. After lunch, you’ll go on to the Petit Trianon where Marie Antoinette held her private parties and where she built a little village nearby of cottages as backdrop for her picnics. It’s small and has lots of interesting history connected to Marie Antoinette’s life.
Don’t miss this exclusive offer – for an additional fee it is possible to go into the private apartments of Louis XV and Louis XVI. This area is not open to the general public.
Biking is the best way to discover the grandeur of this 2,000-acre Royal Domain! You’ll start your tour by exploring the local market and pick up the best supplies for a picnic lunch along the lake, after a bike through the forest of Versailles. Then spend the day discovering the royal grounds, the inside of Marie Antoinette’s private domain, the Grand & Petit Trianons, culminating with your Skip-the-Line tickets into the Palace itself with its famous Hall of Mirrors.