Come with us on a sightseeing tour exploring modern Paris! Led by your own professional guide, you will be brought to the sites that has made France famous! If you think the heritage sites look good on postcards, wait until you see them in person! Your professional guide knows all the short cuts to minimize travel time between each location. What you will be able to see in 8 hours on this tour would take you 3 days on your own! That doesn’t even include the historical background you’d miss out on as well!
See all the highlights of the city lights! We will visit the Champs-Élysées, a boulevard which needs no introduction. While there, we will visit the Arc de Triomphe. These sites go hand in hand, and your guide will provide you with all the historical information you need to truly appreciate what you are seeing.
We will move on to Concorde Square, Paris’ largest square, located at the eastern end of the Champs-Élysées. Designed in the 18th century, it has been an important site throughout history. Learn about its role throughout French history, including the during French Revolution.
Our next stop on the tour, not far from the Champs-Élysées, is the Eiffel Tower, perhaps the most renowned structure in France. It offers one of the best views of Paris to locals and tourists alike.
After taking in the beauty of the Eiffel Tower, we will make our way to the Dôme des Invalides, the location of the tomb of Napolean Bonaparte. The church itself has a rich history and contains the tombs of not only Napoleon, but other important people as well, including his son and brothers.
Our last stop on this tour will be Montmartre, which has played a very important role in France’s rich history. You may not be familiar with the location, but your guide will help you out with that! It has played roles in almost anything to do with Paris, such as the Siege of Paris, the French Revolution and the battle of Paris. It also has a rich history with respect to arts and culture. Numerous famous artists have lived and worked in Montmartre, including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Erik Satie. It was a source of artistic inspiration for many.