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Paris: 3-Course Dinner Cabaret Show at Paradis Latin Theater

1. Paris: 3-Course Dinner Cabaret Show at Paradis Latin Theater

Chose between 2 dinner-show menus "Prestige" or "Gustave Eiffel" and a special Gala dinner Valentine's Day menu: Autumn/Winter Menu 2022/2023 – Signed by Guy Savoy, 3* Prestige Menu Starters Foie gras flower of Paradise or Crab and avocado in fine shellfish jelly, squid ink tuile or Cocotte egg, chestnuts and white truffle emulsion Main Courses Cod back candied with lime, mussels stew and flat beans with curry or Monkfish medallions, seasonal vegetables “Côtriade style” or Paradis Wellington "served – medium rare" Desserts Infinitly Lemon by Pierre Hermé Lemon cream, raw lemon flesh, candied lemon, light lemon cream, lemon shortbread, lemon jelly, lemon ice cream, crispy lemon meringue or Infinitly Chocolat by Pierre Hermé Belize chocolate cream, Belize chocolate mousse, Madagascar vanilla ice cream, chocolate shortbread dough, Vanilla diamond shortbread dough, chocolate mousse biscuit, Belize chocolate and vanilla cold sauce, Belize chocolate chips, Vanilla Caramelized and Blonde Chocolate Chips Gustave Eiffel Menu ( Autumn/Winter) Starters Pressed poultry, celery and duck foie gras or Colors Paradis or Lentil velouté, “pumpkin-hazelnut” Main Courses “Koulibiac” style salmon, ginger infused white butter sauce or Hake Veal Blanquette in Paradise or Multicolored vegetables, perfect egg and parmesan Desserts The Candy apple Caramelized apple brunoise as a look alike candy apple or The Cloud tea-chocolate Light chocolate mousse and Earl Gray tea bavaroise *** Drinks: • 1/2 mineral water , 1/2 wine and 1/4 Champagne For Valentine's Day enjoy a special menu with your lover at Paradis Latin. The colors Paradis « Salmon-Caviar » *** Poultry & foie gras pie, « Albufera » sauce *** Cheesecake « Ispahan » by Pierre Hermé _ ½ Mineral water ½ bottle of wine* ¼ bottle of Champagne* *Paradis Latin selection. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health, consume in moderation.

Paris: Panthéon Admission Ticket and Self-Guided Tour

2. Paris: Panthéon Admission Ticket and Self-Guided Tour

A masterpiece created by Soufflot (1713-1780) and a former church, the Panthéon became the burial place for famous French personalities from the French Revolution. Spend an hour visiting this important monument on a skip-the-line self-guided tour. A major exhibition at the Panthéon pays tribute to Jacques-Germain Soufflot, one of the greatest French architects. It presents his career and his monumental achievements, the most famous being the royal Church of Sainte-Geneviève, the current Panthéon. The architect achieved Louis XV's desire to glorify the monarchy in church form dedicated to Saint Geneviève. The edifice was deconsecrated during the French Revolution in 1791 and renamed the Panthéon. During the turbulent 19th century, it shifted between a religious and patriotic monument. Since Victor Hugo's death in 1885, the Panthéon has been the resting place for French writers, scientists, generals, clergymen, and politicians. The crypt houses the tombs of 70+ illustrious figures including Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile Zola, Alexandre Dumas, Pierre, and Marie Currie. From the recently restored upper floors, you can enjoy superb views across the city (from April to October).

Paris: Paradis Latin Cabaret Show with/without Champagne

3. Paris: Paradis Latin Cabaret Show with/without Champagne

Enjoy your evening at the Paradis Latin with a special cabaret show. Sip on champagne and be dazzled by thrilling choreography and beautiful costumes in the stunning interior of this famous location, which was created in 1803 by Napoleon and rebuilt by Gustave Eiffel in 1889. Made in collaboration with the famous French choreographer and show director, Kamel Ouali, the show "L’Oiseau Paradis" will take you on an artistic journey through themes of emotion, poetry and new technology, always with a passionate flair and a touch of humor.  Witness the work of nearly thirty artists and drink in the dynamic, youthful ambiance. The show will highlight contemporary artists while remaining faithful to the tradition of French cabaret.

Paris: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Cruise 1-Day/2-Day Pass

4. Paris: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Cruise 1-Day/2-Day Pass

Explore the sights of Paris at your own pace with a 24-hour or 48-hour pass to the Batobus shuttle service along the River Seine, and jump on and off at 9 strategic stops to see sights such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre, and more. Cruise through the heart of Paris, admiring landmark monuments along the river bank from the comfort of a glassed-in boat. Then, stop to explore further at leisure. • Tour Eiffel - Port de la Bourdonnais. Jump off at the foot of the great Parisian landmark, and ascend for panoramic city views from the viewing platforms. The stop is also convenient for the Cité de l’Architecture museum, where exhibits include casts of French architecture from the 12th to 18th centuries. • Musée d'Orsay - Quai de Solférino. Located a 2-minute walk from the Musée d'Orsay, this stop is perfect for those who want to explore the world of Impressionists artists, such as Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, and Van Gogh. • St-Germain-des-Prés - Quai Malaquais. Hop off near the Institut de France, home of Paris artists and intellectuals, and discover historic sights, such as the famous Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore. • Notre-Dame - Quai de Montebello. Admire the architectural harmony and Gothic gargoyles of the most iconic cathedral in Paris, and explore the carefree student atmosphere of the Latin Quarter. • Jardin des Plantes - Cité de la Mode et du Design. Wander among nature in the main botanical garden of Paris, and explore the museums in the garden grounds, including the Grande Galerie de l'Évolution and Paleontology Museum. The Cité de la mode et du design (also known as "les Docks") was built in 1907 as industrial warehousing for the Ports de Paris. It is a city within the city dedicated to creativity: design, fashion, innovation, and events. The Cité has permanent residents which include restaurants, nightclubs, a museum, and shops. • Hotel de Ville - Pont d'Arcole. Stop here to visit the historic City Hall of Paris, go to the Pompidou Centre, and wander the bohemian streets of the Marais district. • Louvre - Pont Royal and Pont du Carrousel. Discover a Paris quarter where history and the history of art come together, and see centuries of art, from Egyptian antiquities to Renaissance masterpieces. • Place de la Concorde. Stroll down one of the most elegant streets in Paris, home to five-star hotels and chic boutiques, and see the Grand Palais, Petit Palais, and tree-lined Avenue Montaigne. • Invalides - Pont Alexandre III.

Paris: 3-Hour Chocolate & Patisserie Walking Tour

5. Paris: 3-Hour Chocolate & Patisserie Walking Tour

Take a walking tour of Saint Germain des Prés neighborhood with 8 tasting stops. Explore the art galleries, boutiques, romantic passages and, of course, pastries and chocolate shops. Hear about the history of the neighborhood and its artisans from your guide. Meet your guide in the heart of Saint Germain des Près. Begin with a visit to Debauve & Gallais, where you will be seduced by their chocolates as Marie Antoinette was in 1779. Discover how the love of chocolate in Paris has expanded since then, especially in this district. Listen to anecdotes about the pastries and chocolates that you will taste. Some of France's best pastry and chocolate chefs, known for their chocolates and macarons such as Pierre Hermé, Patrick Roger, Yannick Lefort and many others, settled in Saint Germain des Près. Admire some of the most beautiful monuments on the Left Bank of Paris such as the Church of Saint Germain des Prés and the Church of Saint Sulpice. Tread the cobblestones of the charming rue de Buci and contemplate one of the institutions of Paris, the Café de Flore. Taste chocolates, macarons and pastries at Paris, the Café de Flore. Your guide will teach you everything there is to know about these sweets while enjoying a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate.

Paris: Charming Nooks and Crannies Bike Tour

6. Paris: Charming Nooks and Crannies Bike Tour

Start your 3-hour bike in front of the City Hall. On this small-group guided tour, enjoy a leisurely bike ride through Paris historical neighborhoods. Your local guide will show you nooks and crannies of the old Paris as well as explaining you the anecdotes behind the great history. Starting on the city island, head toward St Louis Island, mostly unchanged since the 17th century. Crossing the Seine River, enter the medieval Marais, famous for its Jewish and gay neighborhoods. From middle-aged houses through trendy corners, reach the first-ever Kings Square and its magnificent buildings. Continuing through the Bastille square, demystify its legendary prison and the famous Bastille Day. Escape from city traffic and stroll along the bike-friendly path that lines the Seine River and get ready for a nice drink stop along the water. Next, discover the left bank. From the world's oldest company, which is 1154 years old, head towards the literary Saint Germain des Prés and meet Parisians’ preferred cafés and art galleries. See how the kings, queens, revolutionaries, and Napoléon mixed in a ballet that ended in blood in Odéon and Luxembourg. After resting in the left bankers preferred garden, reach the Sorbonne University and the Latin Quarter with its antic roman empire ruins mixed with the most dangerous middle-aged back streets. Joining this tour at the beginning of your vacation allows you to see a lot of the city and determine where you want to go back to.

Paris: Guided Bike Tour Like a Local

7. Paris: Guided Bike Tour Like a Local

Experience Paris like a local on an amazing bike tour to some of the city's main monuments, and hidden secrets. Pedal the streets of the city center and learn its history as you ride. Venture down charming back streets and stop at a popular street for a snack and a coffee. Marvel as the famous monuments of the City of Lights are brought to life before your eyes. See landmarks such as the Notre-Dame Cathedral and its Gothic gargoyles, the Pantheon, an ancient Roman amphitheater, and more. Get off the beaten path and see local sights you might otherwise miss. Cycle at a leisurely pace on a tour suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, and get inside tips from your guide.

Paris: Latin Quarter Pub Crawl Tour

8. Paris: Latin Quarter Pub Crawl Tour

Experience the best of Paris' nightlife and meet new friends from all around the world on this guided bar tour around Paris. A team of friendly and international night guides will take you to 2-3 bars and a club, all located within the Latin Quarter of Paris.  Your tour will also include a visit to the Long Hop bar, famous for its exciting nightlife. If your bar crawl is during the week, you’ll get a free shot at each bar if you buy one drink. On the weekend, enjoy free entry to all four bars. Throughout the night, your guides will entertain you with different activities, such as beer pong or limbo, all of which will bring you closer together with the rest of the guests. Your tickets will also include entrance to all the bars and the club on the tour.

Paris Gourmet Tour

9. Paris Gourmet Tour

During this gourmet tour you will walk through the medieval parts of the Latin Quarter, one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world. The Latin Quarter was the intellectual area of Paris where the famous Sorbonne University is located. Walk through a market well-known for the high quality and large variety of food which can be found there. Next, stop at an authentic French cheese shop. You will find out why Charles de Gaulle famously exclaimed “How would you like to govern a country with 246 different types of cheese?” Here you will try different cheeses and discover their different tastes and textures that are perfectly complementary to the delicious wine. You will also visit several bakeries and enjoy the amazing variety of French breads and pastries, from the baguette to the croissant. Finish your tour in a regional specialties’ shop where you will have the opportunity to taste the most luxurious French delicacy—the foie gras. Enjoy a walk rich in tastes and flavors, where you will be introduced to the French art of culinary delights.

Paris: City Treasures Bike Tour

10. Paris: City Treasures Bike Tour

Your 3-hour bike tour starts in front of the 500-year-old City Hall and heads toward the ancient Ile Saint-Louis and Ile de la Cité. Pass the Notre Dame Cathedral towards the Latin Quarter — the founding place of Paris some 2000 years ago. Saddle along the car-free riverbanks, past medieval churches, and through charming squares. See the famous love-lock bridge, the iconic Louvre Museum, and also the trendy areas of Odéon and Saint-Germain-des-Pres. Navigate the city like a local as you discover cafés where Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald hung out in the roaring twenties. See monuments to the world-famous names who lost their lives in the city: Napoleon's grave at Les Invalides and the square where Marie Antoinette was beheaded in 1793.  Take the chance to get insider tips from your local guide on restaurants, cafés, shopping, ice cream, and nightlife to ensure you have the best possible stay in the City of Lights.

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We booked this for us and our three boys (aged 9-14) with heaps of excitement, and some trepidation; we weren't sure how engaging they would find it, whether it would distract them from 2 hours of walking. On the contrary, they collectively scored the walk 9/10, only taking one point off for the sheer goriness of one particular story (you'll have to book the tour to guess which one...) Morgan was our guide for the evening and he was superb! For the entirety of the walk, he was fluid and animated, no hesitations or awkward silences, with lashings of dark humour thrown in for good effect. He used an iPad loaded with photos to embellish and support the storytelling. It really was first class and we are so pleased we chose this activity over others. It helped that the weather was mild and dry... apparently it does go ahead despite the rain. Would advise preparing your tip in advance, it will be well deserved. Highly recommend this for all able age groups.

The private tour was perfect and our guide Aleksandar was wonderful! Very knowledgeable and fun. Highly recommend this.

My husband and I enjoyed the tour and especially the stories our guide Susan shared with us.

excellent guide, told stories with great flair. it was great fun!

Didn’t have to q with these e-tickets! Very convenient.