Paris Tour

Grand Louvre

Grand Louvre

Paris tour and recommended excursions
Montmartre and the Grand Louvre
This tour departs Mondays, Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays at 14h00 .Duration 4 hours and 30 min .
Visit the quaint and charming village of Montmartre, take in the
Fantastic awe inspiring view from the hill and admire the highlights of the Louvre. The hill of Montmartre is the home of Parisian artists as well as famous artists such as Renoir ,Picasso ,Van Gogh who settled here with their families towards the end of the 19th Century . Your coach will then take you to the base of the hill and via funicular you will get to the top and enjoy a guided walking tour of the village and Place du Tertre . You will then have some time to visit the Sacred Heart Basilica. A guided visit to the Louvre will follow and you will have a chance to admire its highlights such as the Winged Victory, the Venus of Milo and the most famous Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

River Sein Cruise and Moulin Rouge Tour
Departs Fridays and Saturday’s at 20h30 duration 4 hours 30 min
Enjoy a romantic evening cruise down the River Sein taking in the wonderful sights of the beautiful evening lights, monuments and bridges of Paris, followed by a show stopping cabaret and leg kicking Can Can at the world renowned famous Moulin Rouge, while enjoying a complimentary bottle of champagne.

Versailles Palace Tour
Departure daily (except Mondays ) at 09h15 and 13h45 duration 4 hours
This tour transports you back and a reminder of classical French architecture, with extravagant decoration and fine details and layout. Relive the glorious period of Louis the Sun King ,XV ,XV1. Once their you will visit the beautifully decorated State Apartments which contain the Hall of Mirrors and the Queens Bedroom. You will be given audio phones inside Versailles depicting important areas of this beautiful palace . You will be able to stroll in the magnificent hand manicured gardens which is a major tourist attraction surrounding the palace , designed by Andre Le Notre .

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