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  • Les Invalides: Napoleon's Tomb & Army Museum Priority Entry

    1. Les Invalides: Napoleon's Tomb & Army Museum Priority Entry

    The Hôtel des Invalides was founded by Louis XIV to house veterans and wounded soldiers. It now serves as the prestigious setting for the Musée de l’Armée. This is one of the top 5 visited museums in France, attracting more than 1.4 million visitors in 2015. In the museum's collections are more than 500,000 pieces, covering the period from the Middle Ages up to the present day. As you follow a newly designed educational route, you'll find armor and weapons of the kings of France, swords, cannons, uniforms, paintings, photographs and the personal effects of important figures such as Francis I, Louis XIV and Charles de Gaulle. Your visit also takes you to the Dome Church, which since 1861 has been home to the monumental tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte. The golden dome is over 110 meters high.

    I did not find the World War exhibits to be as extensive as I had hoped. However, it was still quite interesting. I particularly enjoyed Napoleon’s tomb.

  • Paris Illuminations Cruise and Lido Burlesque Show

    2. Paris Illuminations Cruise and Lido Burlesque Show

    Experience the charm of Paris at night, when the lights turn on in the evening to illuminate the city monuments for the night. Your combined river cruise and burlesque show takes in 2 of the city’s great icons to end your day in style. Start with a short 1-hour cruise along the River Seine to see iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre-Dame de Paris, and Pont Alexandre III under the beauty of their nightime lights. The glass covered boat provides added romance to the lamp-lit cruise. Then, take your seats at the Lido Cabaret Show on the Champs-Elysée, and watch one of the city’s most famous and flamboyant burlesque shows. You will see the “Bonheur" show, which follows the diary of a woman in search of happiness, performed by the Bluebell Girls and Lido Boy Dancers. Marvel at their magnificent costumes and the amazing sets as magical lights set the scene. A complimenta...

  • The Hidden Side of Paris in Virtual Reality

    3. The Hidden Side of Paris in Virtual Reality

    Get teleported on a virtual journey through inaccessible places of Paris' monuments in a 360-degree immersion experience. Thanks to a combination of virtual and augmented reality technologies, discover fascinating stories and perspectives about these emblematic places of the capital of light. Discover the machinery of the Eiffel Tower installed in the 19th century in its basements, access the glass roof of the Grand Palais, climb up to the top of the arrow of the Sainte Chapelle, descend into the hidden corridors of the Pantheon to discover the secrets of the Great Men, sail on the canal that flows under Bastille Square, and finish your journey on the roofs of Montmartre at sunset time. Enjoy this fabulous virtual journey of emotions, surprises, and wonder!

  • Invalides War Museum the World Wars Guided Tour

    4. Invalides War Museum the World Wars Guided Tour

    Take a tour of the Invalides War Museum with an expert guide. Begin by exploring the 19th century roots that lead to one of the bloodiest wars ever, learning about characters like Bismarck during the Franco-Prussian War. From there, your guide will piece together the chain of events, including the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, that set off World War I. Come face to face with the equipment, uniforms, weapons, and other artifacts that were used during the war’s many battles. Relive the famous Battle of the Marne while seeing one of the iconic taxis that played a crucial role. Watch original footage detailing the atrocities before finally understanding how the Treaty of Versailles ended things. You’ll even see the train car where the armistice was signed, ending the war. Afterwards, learn how the threat of Adolf Hitler came to be a reality, launching World War II. Discuss significant e...

    Our tour guide Fred was awesome! Very knowledgeable and friendly! Brought my 2 kids (11 and 14) and we all really enjoyed the tour!

  • Paris: Full-Day Tour from Disneyland with Eiffel Tower

    5. Paris: Full-Day Tour from Disneyland with Eiffel Tower

    This full-day tour will allow you to discover Paris’ most cherished landmarks, including the Louvre, the Champs Elysees, the Opera Garnier, the Pont de l'Alma, the Concorde, and many more.  You’ll start the tour by departing from Disneyland on a coach, embarking on the perfect day in the French capital. After your drive, you’ll then board a riverboat and admire more must-see attractions while cruising along the River Seine. You’ll see La Conciergerie, l’Ile de la Cité, and the Grand Palais. Finally, you’ll travel up to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy breathtaking views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, rounding off the ultimate Paris experience adequately before being dropped off back at your pickup point.

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What people are saying about Pont Alexandre III

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 1,610 reviews

Great show

The show at the Lido was an experience. It's hard to believe what kind of technology is in this small theater! Lowerable rows of tables, pyramids, ice rinks and waterfalls that come from the floor of the stage are brilliant. The dance numbers are also very worth seeing. The boat tour can, but does not have to be done before the show, is valid for two days.

Two independent events

The boat trip on the Seine and the visit to the Lido were both very nice, but actually two separate events. We were the only ones who did the boat ride in evening wear, but it was not bad. Not so nice that at the show actually half a bottle of champagne should be served, it was on the voucher. After long discussions there was unfortunately only one glass.

Our tour guide Fred was awesome! Very knowledgeable and friendly! Brought my 2 kids (11 and 14) and we all really enjoyed the tour!