See all the top Paris attractions on your list on this 2-hour city sightseeing Small Group Tour! Traveling by luxury minibus with a glass roof, you’ll pass iconic landmarks, like the Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral, while learning about their history from your friendly guide. If you have more time to spare, then upgrade to include a 1-hour Seine River sightseeing cruise. See the sites that line the Seine’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed riverbanks, and enjoy an apéritif (Glass of Champagne or Wine) as you cruise!
Meet your guide at our agency near the Eiffel Tower, and then board the minibus for your whistle-stop tour of Paris. From the comfort of your seat, see all the top Paris attractions while hearing about the city’s distinctive history and culture from your guide. Pass along the Champs-Élysées, seeing its luxury boutiques and incredible monuments such as the Arc de Triomphe, which was built to honor fallen French soldiers. At the end of the street is Place de la Concorde, Paris’ largest central square, home to an eye-catching obelisk that was given to the French by the Egyptians as a gift in the 19th century. Pass everyone’s favorite architectural icon – the Eiffel Tower – and see UNESCO World Heritage-listed Notre Dame Cathedral. Get a glimpse into upmarket Parisian life while traveling through the streets of swanky Saint-Germain des Prés, passing prestigious museums like Musée d’Orsay. Your sightseeing tour finishes near the Eiffel Tower. Tour Including Seine River Cruise with Aperitif: Upgrade to include a 1-hour Seine River cruise with your tour! After leaving your minibus, your guide will give you your cruise ticket and directions to the boat meeting point. Hop on board your sightseeing boat and see more top Paris attractions from the water, while enjoying an apéritif of Champagne, wine, or a Kir Royale (blackcurrant liquor with sparkling wine). Listen to entertaining audio commentary and see all the sites along the UNESCO-listed banks of the Seine River, including the Louvre Museum and Notre Dame Cathedral.