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  • Paris: Moulin Rouge Cabaret Show Ticket with Champagne

    1. Paris: Moulin Rouge Cabaret Show Ticket with Champagne

    Take your seats at one of the world’s most famous cabarets at a performance of the Moulin Rouge show “Féerie,” created by Doris Haug and Ruggero Angeletti, and choreographed by Bill Goodson. Watch a troupe of 100 artistes, including 60 Doris Girls, parade in 1,000 flamboyant costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins. Designed by Corrado Collabucci, and handmade in some of the most famous workshops in Paris, the costumes are complemented by the sumptuous set designs of Gaetano Castelli, and the return of the giant aquarium. Listen to music by Pierre Porte, brought to life by 80 musicians and 60 choral singers. During the show you will enjoy half a bottle of Champagne as you relish an extravagant oral and aural delight. Feast your eyes on a lavish collection of colors and performances as you behold the splendor of this legendary cabaret.

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  • Paris: 1-hour River Seine Cruise

    2. Paris: 1-hour River Seine Cruise

    Embark on a cruise on the River Seine that begins at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Glide under the bridges of Paris and marvel at a succession of beautiful monuments along the waterway as you listen to commentary about Paris and the sights you pass by. During your cruise, you pass by the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Hotel de Ville, The Louvre, and more. Choose to take your cruise at night for another perspective of the "City of Light" altogether as the city becomes illuminated when evening approaches.  Individual audioguides are available in 14 languages and provide commentary about Paris and its history, monuments, and architecture. Please note the audio guide is available through your smartphone by connecting to the Wi-Fi onboard.

    Lovely boat and really well organised. Boat was full but you could still see everything and view wasn't obstructed

  • Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket

    3. Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket

    Disneyland® Park: In a fantasy world not so far away, Disney heroes and heroines live in fairytales that are, happily, never-ending. Enjoy endless fun in 5 magical lands! Experience your favorite Disney stories just as you remember them from the classic Disney films. Here's where fairytales really do come true. Thrills at Disneyland® Park come in all shapes and sizes! Big Thunder Mountain and Star Wars® Hyperspace Mountain offer a rush for the grown-ups, while little ones can sail around the world at 'It's a Small World.' Of course, family fun can be found in every corner of the Park, from the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' to the 'Mad Hatter's Tea Cups.' Meet Disney characters! Don't miss the main attraction: a meet 'n' greet with beloved Disney characters. Have your pen and camera at the ready and meet the characters you love! Every day is a party at Disneyland® Park! O...

    Tickets were easy to use just scan at turnstiles. Had a fun day at disneyland only problem we had we had was on one of the days at the park wifi kept dropping and for some reason mobile data was dropping on our phones also. Disneyland recommend you download an app to help navigate the park but as wifi kept dropping it was impossible to use the app. Also while we were there last week we had to wear masks whole time even at the selfie spots with characters. So feel like the photos are a bit spoilt... I would have felt safe to pop of mask for a quick photo as u are kept at a safe distant from the characters anyways and away from other guests.. other than that we all had a super time only for heavy rain on one of our days but we found plenty of indoor things to do :)

  • Paris: Louvre Museum Timed-Entrance Ticket

    4. Paris: Louvre Museum Timed-Entrance Ticket

    Explore one of the world’s best art museums at your own pace with your ticket to the Louvre. Skip the ticket line and head straight to the security check, before heading inside and viewing some of the world's finest art. Once inside the historic palace located on the Right Bank of the Seine, see unmissable and iconic sights such as the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo. Discover masterpieces of the Renaissance and ancient Egyptian relics, along with paintings from the 13th to 20th centuries, prints from the Royal Collection, and much more. The museum first opened on August 10 1793 with an exhibition of just 537 paintings. Despite closing in 1796, due to structural problems, it reopened in 1801 as the Musée Napoléon with a larger collection. Many works were seized and returned to their original owners after the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo. The collection was increased during the reign ...

    Entire experience is amazing. Getting to Louvre, gardens around, entire atmosphere.

  • Eiffel Tower: Direct Access with Host to Summit by Elevator

    5. Eiffel Tower: Direct Access with Host to Summit by Elevator

    Save precious time on a guided visit to the Eiffel Tower with a direct access entrance ticket. Meet the host to get your entrance tickets and follow them up to the 2nd floor by elevator while listening to stories about the tower's history.

    After a moment with your host and group, you'll be able to stay by yourself in order to admire the panoramic views of the city's iconic monuments, such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Sacré Coeur Basilica, and the glass roof of the Grand Palais.

    When you have finished exploring the 2nd floor, make your way down to the 1st-floor observation deck. Here, wander around the exhibit and brave walking on the new glass floor 57 meters (187 feet) above street level.

  • Paris: Eiffel Tower Direct Access with Summit Access

    6. Paris: Eiffel Tower Direct Access with Summit Access

    Enjoy direct access to the Eiffel Tower and admire the breathtaking views from the top of the iconic structure. Spend as much time as you like at the tower and explore the different levels at your own leisure.  See Paris from above and from a completely new perspective. Marvel at the ancient façade of the Louvre and the financial district of La Defense. Admire the colorful Pompidou Museum and the vast white expanse of Sacré-Coeur Basilica. Stop at the Champagne Bar on the top floor for a glass of bubbly. On your way down, take in the many interesting activities on the first floor. Test your courage by walking on the glass floor!

    Booking through Get Your Guide made our experience a breeze! We sailed right through the lines and enjoyed an amazing view of the summit. Our meeting point was clear and timely. No hidden surprises and exactly what I paid for. Highly recommend.

  • Centre Pompidou: Permanent and Temporary Exhibits Access

    7. Centre Pompidou: Permanent and Temporary Exhibits Access

    The Centre Pompidou, located in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement, was inaugurated in 1977 and is a masterpiece of President Georges Pompidou. A library, music, acoustics research center, and a museum, this unusual cultural institution, also known as the Centre Beaubourg, combines modern and contemporary creations, including plastic arts, books, design, music, and cinema. With over 100,000 works, the collections make up one of the world's leading references for the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. From the great historical collections to the most recent acquisitions, they cover the visual arts, drawing, photography, new media, experimental film, architecture, design, and industrial prospects. You will find key works, rediscover iconic artists (like Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Sonia et Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, Vassily Kandinsky, Fra...

    Top modern art museum in Paris! The architecture of the building makes it fun to explore different levels, and the top floor has fantastic views of Paris. The museum has both temporary and permanent exhibits that are all included in the price of this ticket.

  • Paris: Paris Saint-Germain Parc des Princes Stadium Tour

    8. Paris: Paris Saint-Germain Parc des Princes Stadium Tour

    Join a fun, immersive, and unique tour that will thrill fans, enchant tourists, and amaze young and old alike.  Go behind the scenes of the stadium and discover emblematic secret places. From the top of the stands to the substitution bench, from the VIP boxes to the conference room, from the mixed zone to the players' dressing room. The trophy room is the highlight of the tour.

    It was a very good experience, we really enjoyed the tour specially my 6 years old boy who want to be a professional footballer in the future. The downside of the tour is that there is no restaurant or cafe open so couldn’t buy water for my son who was really thirsty we had to leave early because of that. I also think that the price for the tour is a bit expensive compared to the stade the France for example.

  • Paris: Skip-the-Line Arc de Triomphe Rooftop Tickets

    9. Paris: Skip-the-Line Arc de Triomphe Rooftop Tickets

    The Arc de Triomphe is a Neoclassical take on the ancient Roman triumphal arch style. Fifty meters tall, the view from the platform atop the arch is well worth the hike. See the dozen Parisian avenues radiating out from the arch into the City of Light. Paris is one of the most fascinating places in the world and you will find yourself right at its center. Inspired by the great arches of ancient Rome, Napoleon commissioned the Arc de Triomphe shortly after his victory at Austerlitz. Unfortunately, he never lived to see its completion. At the base of the arch, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier pays tribute to the 1.3 million French soldiers who died in World War I. Behold the eternal flame that is rekindled at 6.30 PM each evening. In addition, there is a must-see exhibition which explains the symbolic importance of this monument. The view from the top of the arch is worth climbing the 28...

    War perfekt organisiert, viele Menschen, trotzdem kein grosses Gedränge und sehr freundlicher Umgang. Danke an das wunderbare Team

  • Paris: 3-Course Dinner Cruise on the Seine River

    10. Paris: 3-Course Dinner Cruise on the Seine River

    Enjoy a sophisticated gourmet meal as you soak up the beauty of the Paris evening from a different perspective. Cruise past famous museums, striking monuments, quaint quarters, and magnificent bridges, with highlights including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the National Assembly, and Pont Neuf. Enjoy a variety of tasty starters, choose your main course and end with a selection of decadent desserts. Starters Duck Foie Gras, return from the harvest, red fruit chutney, tonka bean tuile or  Smoked salmon, lime powder, tomato tartar, artichokes, sour beetroot or  Green gazpacho, cucumber, zucchini, spinach, a mix of vegetables Main course Yellow poultry supreme, zucchini gratin, coloured carrots, lemon basil sauce or  Fillet of sea bream, creamy spelt with peas, shellfish sauce with tarragon, vegetables from our orchards or  Piece of Beef, zucc...

    Lovely evening watching the sun set on the Seine. Food was good. Service was good. Have to watch add on costs. Recommend it

5 best day trips from Paris

Day trip to Versailles

1. Day trip to Versailles

Visiting Versailles is considered a must for most travelers on a visit to Paris. Best known for the grand and opulent Palace of Versailles, it is one of the finest places to take in the splendor of the Bourbon kings. On the grounds, make sure to visit the historic Hall of Mirrors, the Trianons, and the immaculate, expansive gardens. Beyond the palace, take in the Royal Stables and the Royal Tennis Court.

How far is Versailles from Paris?

At just under 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Paris, getting to Versailles takes just around 30 minutes. Taking the train is usually the most popular option, as there is a station just a five-minute walk from the palace.

Day trip to Giverny

2. Day trip to Giverny

The most striking choice for a quick getaway from the city, a day trip to Giverny from Paris is guaranteed to satisfy any art lover. The charming village is most recognized as the home of impressionist master Claude Monet. You can visit Monet’s home, his famed gardens and water lilies, and the Museum of Impressionism before taking a break at the period-decorated Hôtel Baudy.

How far is Giverny from Paris?

Only 75 kilometers (46 miles) from Paris, your day trip to Giverny should take just about an hour, whether by train or by car.

Day trip to Reims

3. Day trip to Reims

Taking a day trip to Reims from Paris is a perfect choice for exploring beyond Paris. Dating back to 80 B.C., this historic city has much to see and do in a day. The city’s grand, gothic Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims has been the site of the coronations of most of the kings of France and is one of the city’s top attractions. As part of the Champagne region, travelers may want to take the time to taste some bubbly at Maison Ruinart or Veuve Cliquot-Ponsardin.

How far is Reims from Paris?

Located about 144 kilometers (89 miles) from Paris, Reims is an easy day trip however you decide to travel there. The journey takes just about 45 minutes by train, thanks to high-speed rail. By car, the journey should take around 90 minutes.

Day trip to the Loire Valley

4. Day trip to the Loire Valley

The Loire Valley is one of the most picturesque destinations in France, and a sublime choice for a day trip from Paris. Known for its stunning chateaus and vineyards, it’s no wonder that the Loire Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit grand palaces like the Chateau de Chambord, the Chateau de Chenonceau or Chartres Cathedral.

How far is the Loire Valley from Paris?

Traveling to the Loire Valley from Paris should take about an hour by train. At just over 200 kilometers (124 miles) away, allow a bit more time if you’re making the journey by car. Renting a car for the day is always a smart idea once you’re in the Loire Valley.

Day trip to Fontainebleau

5. Day trip to Fontainebleau

To journey into the heart of Royal France, take a day trip to Chateau de Fontainebleau, historically home to the kings of France and the French Court. Travelers can also visit the beautiful Forest of Fontainebleau and experience the royal treatment at the ornate Chateau de Vaux le Vicomte.

How far is Fontainebleau from Paris?

Getting to Fontainebleau from Paris is easy as it’s only 55 kilometers (34 miles) away. The trip takes about 40 minutes by train, while driving takes just about one hour.

Paris day trip FAQ

Which transportation method should I use?

There are so many choices when it comes to how to take Paris day trips. Whether you’re trying to get to Versailles or the Loire Valley, there’s a good option for everyone.
  • • Paris day trips by train

    Greater Paris and France, in general, have an extensive high-speed rail network, often making train travel the most efficient method of travel. Paris has seven main train stations, each serving a different direction and headed to different regions, so which station you use will depend on where you’re going.

  • • Paris day trips by bus

    Public bus transportation in the Paris area is more common in cities and in more rural areas. Many guided day tours from Paris will include bus transportation, often with pickup directly from your hotel.

  • • Paris day trips by car

    Traveling in your own personal vehicle is always popular for day trips. A car allows you to truly customize your own schedule and itinerary, and to travel more quickly in more rural areas where buses or trains may be less frequent.


Should I take a guided tour?

Guided tours are always excellent options for day trips. They save you the stress of planning an itinerary and, in some cases, your transportation, and often include special perks not available to the general public. Whether it’s skipping the line at Versailles or exclusive wine tastings in the Loire Valley, a guided tour for a day trip is always a good idea.


What do I bring on my day trip?

What to pack on your day trip can change depending on many factors. The season, where you’re going, and your method of travel will all affect what to bring. Some guided tours will provide everything you need for the day. As a general rule, it’s always a good idea to bring extra spending money and a light coat or shawl for unexpected chilly weather and visiting religious sites, regardless of the season.


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What people are saying about Paris

Overall rating

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Regis was our outstanding guide to and from Verdun. On time and safe driver. We did not have a lot of knowledge about WW 1 but he did. He educated us with his vast knowledge of the war and his country. He could answer all out questions. He took us to well known area and less known spots. He had so many interesting things to say and he is passionate about his interest. Lovely person and guide. A highlight of our trip to Paris. So glad we followed up on this tip from our French teacher in the USA.

Riding a sidecar in and around Paris was A Plus. Navigation through traffic was easy therefore we were able to see so many things. The ll’Arc de Triomphe was beautiful lit up at night. So many romantic plazas, beautiful buildings and a bottle of champagne to top it off. The French do love ve their champagne. The driver was very enthusiastic which help blend with the side car experience. Really great.

Olivia was a fun and energetic guide. She clearly loves what she does. She was a great driver, too! This is a long day but it’s interesting to experience the differences between the wild gardens of Monet and the structured gardens at Versailles. Enjoy!

We did a similar tour 6 years ago and this one was definitely better!! It was much more personal, as there were only 5 people on the tour. We especially enjoyed Utah beach and a trip to the cider farm!

Beautiful gardens William our tour guide was awesome!