From the iconic Eiffel Tower and the gorgeous Luxembourg Gardens to the trendy little cafes and the charming cobblestones streets, Paris is easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Whether it is to see some spectacular landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe or the Notre-Dame Cathedral, to shop at the Champs-Elysees Avenue, or to visit the grand museums such as the Louvre and the Musee Rodin, there are so many reasons to plan a trip to Paris.
It does not matter if you are a first time visitor or a regular visitor, ‘The City of Lights’ always has something new for you to discover. The compact size of this city makes it easier for you to walk to some of the must-see attractions. Even though you can visit Paris all through the year, the most popular time to visit this city is during the summers because of the open-air movie screenings, outdoor music festivals, and the fun activities on offer. However, this city is most visually appealing in late spring and early fall.
If you want to make the most of your trip, book one of the Paris tour packages provided by reputed tour companies. These tour packages ensure that you don’t have to worry about sightseeing and hotels, since the tour company takes care of it all. The only thing that you need to do is research about the different Paris tour packages and choose one that best suits your requirements. Here are some of the examples of Paris tour packages that let you discover the best of this city.
The city of Paris is usually associated with finer things in life, right from fashion and art to food and literature. This is one of the Paris tour packages where the tour guides will let you experience the very best that this city has on offer. During this week-long hiatus, you will be visiting places such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, Versailles Palace, and Sainte-Chapelle. You will also go on guided walks through the historic side of Paris and get plenty of time to explore this city on your own. The total cost of this tour starts from US$ 1695 and it does not include the cost of your air tickets. Here is a sample itinerary of this tour package:
After you reach your hotel in Paris, you will wander through the neighborhood and later go on a panoramic tour of the city. Since this is a group tour, you will get acquainted with the rest of the group during the ‘Welcome to Paris’ dinner.
This is the day when you will be exploring the historic heart of Paris. Your city guide will take you on a walking tour of this city’s early history, including a visit to the fabulous Notre-Dame Cathedral and the beautiful Sainte-Chapelle. Some of the other places you will be visiting on this walking tour are the bohemian Latin Quarter and the Cluny National Museum of the Middle Ages.
Hike up the Montmartre to check out the haunt of artistic geniuses like Picasso, Renoir, and Van Gogh, as well as to gaze at some of the most magnificent views of Paris from the Sacre-Coeur Basilica. The evening will bring you wine tasting and dinner followed by a Seine River cruise.
On the fourth day, you will visit places such as the Marais district, Place des Vosges, and Carnavalet Museum. You will also get a chance to appreciate original works by Rafael, Delacroix, and Leonardo, when you visit the Louvre in the evening.
The fifth day is devoted entirely to the Chateau de Versailles, where you will go on a guided tour of the stunning Hall of Mirrors and other rooms of the palace. You have ample time to wander around the expansive gardens here. You can also choose to go back to Paris to explore the city on your own.
Visit the Orangerie Museum to see Monet’s spectacular water lilies as well as other works of art by Matisse, Renoir, and Picasso. If you love Impressionist art, then you are in for a treat at the Orsay Museum featuring works by Monet, Cezanne, Gauguin, and Degas. Take time to enjoy the farewell feast together with the group and make new friends.
The next morning after breakfast is the time to leave Paris and go home. Au Revoir!
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