My husband and I have recently done the this tour and were fortunate to have Leo as our guide. There is so much more to the background of the catacombs than their use as a graveyard. I was a bit creeped out to begin with,...More
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Especially in peak season, the lines at the Palace of Versailles can be hard to believe. Skip them—without waking up at the crack of dawn—on this eminently civilized guided train trip from Paris. Your guide will show you the most magnificent of the 2,000 rooms, including the Hall of Mirrors, the King’s State Apartments, and the King’s Private Apartments, then introduce you to the magical 2,000-acre (800-hectare) gardens.
See one of Paris's spookiest attractions with this skip-the-line tour of the "world's largest grave." You'll get to forego the oftentimes long lines in front of the attraction and head straight inside. Be prepared to see thousands of bones and skulls, remains from graves that were overflowing and consequentially excavated in the 17th century and hear amusing antidotes from your expert guide.
Head straight into the home of the Mona Lisa with this skip-the-line tour of the world's largest art museum. Once inside, your local art historian guide will provide you with background about some of the Louvre's most stunning pieces of art. Expect to see masterpieces by the likes of Da Vinci, Raphael, Veronese, Titian, and Botticelli, not to mention the French Crown Jewels.
Take advantage of a package deal to unwind after a busy day of sightseeing, with a sunset cruise along the Seine, complete with a glass of complimentary Champagne, followed by skip-the-line access to the Eiffel Tower’s second floor. Absorb unique views of the City of Lights by night and benefit from your local guide’s insights as you tick off 2 of the city’s top attractions in 1 evening.
Foodies exploring Paris will find much to desire in Le Marais. This 3-hour small-group walking tour introduces you to the culinary offerings of this vibrant neighborhood while a guide develops your understanding of French cuisine. Sample Champagne, wine, and favorite Parisian foods, including fine French cheese, oysters, falafel, and crêpes. The tour culminates in a sit-down dinner of boeuf bourguignon and crème brûlée at a Parisian brasserie. Bon appétit!
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