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  • Self-Guided Visit to Opera Garnier

    1. Self-Guided Visit to Opera Garnier

    Boasting an eclectic and ostentatious Baroque design, the Opera Garnier is one of the most extravagant representations of Second Empire architecture in France. Benefit from quick and easy access to this magnificent building in the center of Paris. Inaugurated in 1875 and named after its exciting young architect, Charles Garnier, it is the largest opera house in Europe. You will set eyes on the writhing snakes of the bronze “Pythonisse” sculpture, before climbing the double stairway of the “Grand Escalier” (Main Staircase). Imagine the swish of crinolines as you admire the breathtaking décor and stroll through vast foyers, filled with sparkling mosaics, colorful marble columns and gold-leaf flourishes. Everywhere you look will be a feast for the eyes. You will receive your digital ticket directly after your booking, just show it at the Opera visit entrance to enjoy your visit.

    Was wonderful..i took the headphone to listen to details. I recommand for all art lovers. To discover and smell beauty

  • Paris: Opera Garnier and Seine River Cruise Tickets

    2. Paris: Opera Garnier and Seine River Cruise Tickets

    With this combo tour, benefit from entry to 2 of the most famous cultural attractions of Paris. The Palais Garnier, or Opéra Garnier, is a 1,979-seat opera house. When the new opera house, the Opéra Bastille, opened at the Place de la Bastille, the Palais Garnier began operating primarily for ballet. The theater has been a historic monument of France since 1923. Following that, meet beside the Eiffel Tower to board a Parisian boat for a cruise on the Seine River. Unwind while contemplating the history of Paris, and admire its many monuments such as the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, the Notre Dame Cathedral, and the many bridges with their unique architecture. The audio guide on board the boat is available in 13 languages, and you can also listen to it from an application on your smartphone. Upon purchase, you can use your ticket at any time, valid until the date indicated on the tic...

  • Château de Versailles: The Musical Fountains Show

    3. Château de Versailles: The Musical Fountains Show

    Discover the extraordinary beauty of the Gardens of Versailles with the Musical Fountains Show. Take part in a 350-year tradition and watch the Versailles Palace fountains spouting in time with the classical music. Experience the talent of the 17th-century fountain engineers and of their successors in an unforgettable and fairytale experience. Take in the water display’s dazzling special effects and watch as the marble and metal gods, humans, and animals seem to come to life for a few enchanting moments. Your royal stroll will unfold to the tunes of the greatest Baroque composers including Lully, Leclair, Campra, Charpentier, and Rameau. Walk along the paths of the largest open-air sculpture garden in the world. At a turn of a flower bed or around the corner of a perfectly pruned boxwood shrub, you'll encounter statues of Apollo, Proserpina, the Marmosets, and other hidden treasures. Y...

    The garden entry is easy to find on the left as you walk towards the palace. The e- ticket worked seamlessly and when we exited near the grand canal for an ice cream there was no problem re-entering. We decided to walk from fountain to fountain and did miss a couple before the water was turned off at 5pm. This was also because we arrived at midway and had lunch at the garden restaurant.

  • Latin Quarter: Walking Tour

    4. Latin Quarter: Walking Tour

    Experience the bohemian atmosphere of the Latin Quarter in Paris by visiting the oldest parts of Paris with a passionate tour guide. Discover the city’s rich heritage, including typical narrow streets and buildings. The Latin quarter is renowned for its hip cafés where students and great intellectuals have hung out for centuries including Hemingway, Woody Allen, and Salvador Dali, to name just a few. It’s also home to the Sorbonne University, the Pantheon, the Cluny Museum, St. Germain, the world-famous Shakespeare and Co. bookstore, and the breathtaking Luxembourg Gardens. From royal squares to picturesque streets, from landmark neighborhoods to hidden ones, your guide will be happy to accompany you through the City of Light. This tour will give you the keys to see and understand everything that makes up the beauty and history of Paris through the centuries. Travel back in time to th...

  • Paris 2-Hour Writers and Painters Guided Walking Tour

    5. Paris 2-Hour Writers and Painters Guided Walking Tour

    Some of the greatest artists and writers of the 19th and 20th centuries were attracted to the winding streets and bustling boulevards of Paris's Left Bank. From historic Paris along the Seine, to the bustling grand boulevards, the cafés, the old squares and the artist studios, this guided walk links some of the world's most beloved masterpieces with the locations where they came to life. On this fascinating 2-hour walking tour with an expert local guide you’ll hear the details of the lives of the famous artists and writers that lived and worked in Paris. Travel back in time to the sizzling Paris of the 1920s, when Hemingway sipped absinthe at Les Deux Magots and Picasso dined on choucroute garnie at La Rotonde. Visit literary cafés where Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Faulkner, Camus, Hemingway, and Fitzgerald rubbed shoulders.

    Sandra was the guide for our 2 hour Artists and Writers tour round Saint Germain. She was very friendly and knowledgeable and we learned so much about the places frequented by many influential writers and artists. We were the only 2 in the party and she was happy to tailor this tour to meet our requests so we also explored one or two beautiful courtyards and shops with historical artefacts. We would recommend this tour to anyone wishing to learn about this historic and beautiful part of Paris, so different to the avenues of theChamps Elyse. Thank you Sandra!

  • Paris and the Art of Music: 2-Hour Walking Tour

    6. Paris and the Art of Music: 2-Hour Walking Tour

    On this 2-hour guided walk you’ll visit Parisian sites linked historically to music, such as the 6th-century Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris's oldest church, where troubadours performed during the Middle Ages. You’ll also see Marie de Medici's Luxembourg Gardens and Palace, home to court music during the Renaissance, and the Carrefour de Buci, a colorful crossroads notorious for its cabarets between WWI and WWII. Admire the 18th-century picture-perfect Cour du Commerce Saint-André, a charming street arcade that’s home to Paris's oldest café – a meeting point for street musicians during the French Revolution. Learn about the religious music of the classical period in the huge 17th-century Baroque Saint-Sulpice Church, noted for its 7,000-pipe organ. It is one of only 3, 100-stop organs in the world. The church's most recent appearance was in a supporting role in The ...

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The opera was clearly more beautiful than we had imagined. Highly recommended. The boat trip gave a nice addition to the visit to the city

Was wonderful..i took the headphone to listen to details. I recommand for all art lovers. To discover and smell beauty

Great audioguide experience with iPad minis, and an amazing place.

Magnificent places, offers nickel in terms of value for money.

absolutely worth a visit! wrote about it on my blog.