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Package with 3 hotel nights "Champagne and Kings"

Your package includes:
- 3 nights in Paris charm hotel based on double occupancy, breakfast included;
- Private Paris airport or train station arrival transfer;
- Paris sightseeing tour including the Eiffel Tower, 'skip the line' entrance fees included
- Museum guided tour of the famous Louvre Museum, 'skip the line' entrance fees included and a Champagne cruise on the river Seine
- Private tour to the palace & gardens of Versailles,'skip the line' entrance fees included;
- Private tour to the Royal Castle of Fontainebleau  & the village of Barbizon, 'skip the line' entrance fees included.

4 days - 3 nights

  • Day 1

    Paris sightseeing tour & ascension of the Eiffel Tower

    Your tour includes a panoramic drive showing you the Paris main ‘highlights’ and neighborhoods, a must for the first-time visitor.
    You will see:
    Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysées, Trocadéro, Eiffel tower (stop and go up), Invalides, Concorde, Madeleine, Opéra, Vendôme, Louvre, Notre-Dame (from outside due to recent events), and Montmartre (stop & visit).

    In a full day, you will have have time to enjoy different stops, go up the Eiffel tower and lunch in a very Parisian brasserie or follow our guide's suggestion according to your tastes.
    If you are a regular visitor your guide will suggest many lesser known places.

    From the ancient Lutetia to the medieval town (Cluny, Cité, Notre-Dame). From Classical Paris (Vendôme, Invalides, Concorde) to the Great works of Baron Haussmann (Opera-Garnier, the Boulevards). From the 19th century (Eiffel tower, Orsay, Sacré-Cœur) to modern Paris (Pompidou centre, Glass pyramid of the Louvre) you will travel through two thousand years of history and architecture.

    After the tour, your guide will drop you off "à la carte" in Paris or back to your hotel.

    • Eiffel tower in the mist

      Eiffel tower in the mist

    • View from Montmartre

      View from Montmartre

  • Day 2

    Guided tour of the Louvre Museum and a Champagne River Cruise

    Your private licensed guide will pick you up at your hotel and take you to visit and experience the Louvre. The former palace of the kings of France in Paris that became a museum during the French revolution in 1792, is dedicated to art from the Ancient world and the West until the mid-19th century, with more than 35 000 works on display, it is one of the most beautiful, complete and largest museum in the world.

    You will discover its famous masterpieces, "highlights" of the museum: the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, the Victory of Samothrace … and other lesser known works from different sections of the museum and learn how to look at a work of art. You will also enjoy the architecture of the building with eight centuries of History, from the XIIth Century Medieval Louvre till I. M. Pei's great Glass pyramid inaugurated in 1989.

    Champagne cruise.
    Imagine you're enjoying the king of drinks while cruising on a river through the most beautiful city in the world. It doesn't get much better than this!
    Romantic... fun, entertaining, relaxing...A fabulous and unique experience in Paris!

    After the tour, your guide will drop you off "à la carte" in Paris or back to your hotel.

    • Restaurant

      Restaurant

    • Champagne

      Champagne

    • Louvre Veronese

      Louvre Veronese

    • Louvre - the Winged Victory

      Louvre - the Winged Victory

  • Day 3

    Private full day tour to the castle of Versailles

    Enjoy a personal guided tour of Versailles Palace and gardens

    Discover the Castle, the Estate of Trianon and the Gardens of Versailles that count among the most prestigious monuments of the world's artistic heritage, a finest and most complete achievement of 17th century French art and the sumptuous theatre of history from Louis XIV to Louis XVI.

    The Palace of Versailles has been listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years and is one of the greatest achievements in French 17th century art. Louis XIII's old hunting pavilion was transformed and extended by his son, Louis XIV, when he installed the Court and government there in 1682. A succession of kings continued to embellish the Palace up until the French Revolution.

    In an attempt to gain some brief respite from courtly etiquette, the kings of Versailles built themselves more intimate spaces close to the main palace. Adjoining the Petit Parc, the estate of Trianon is home to the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon palaces, as well as the Queen’s Hamlet and a variety of ornamental gardens.

    After the tour, your guide will drop you off "à la carte" in Paris or back to your hotel.

    • Versailles - the Dragon fountain

      Versailles - the Dragon fountain

    • Versailles - The Hall of Mirrors

      Versailles - The Hall of Mirrors

  • Day 4

    Private full day tour to the castle of Fontainebleau and the village of Barbizon

    With its richness, complexity and power to surprise, the magnificent castle of Fontainebleau sums up the history of France.
    From Francis I (the castle was his favorite residence) to Napoleon III, each sovereign left a unique mark on the structure and its grounds.
    Because of so many royalties and sovereigns who lived there (including a Pope), Napoleon Ist named it "La maison des Siècles / The House of Ages, true home of Kings"

    Return through the forest and stop at the typical village of Barbizon which inspired landscape painters such as Corot and Millet.

    After the tour, your guide will drop you off "à la carte" in Paris or back to your hotel.

    • Fontainebleau

      Fontainebleau