Admire the Sacré-Cœur Basilica and get stunning views of Paris from Montmartre. Visit Place du Tertre and see a reconstructed windmill before taking the subway to the Île de la Cité, where Paris began. The City of Light started on this very island, growing from a Roman outpost into the most populous and prosperous city in Europe. Above it rises, Notre Dame. Severely damaged by a recent fire, she still stands proudly in the heart of the city; testament to the genius of its design and the endurance of France. Your guide will bring you as close as the ongoing restoration will permit to give you the best views possible. You’ll then cross the river into the historic Latin Quarter with its Gothic churches and winding, cobbled, streets ending at Place Saint-Michel, a gathering place for locals and visitors alike. A short walk down the Seine brings you to the Louvre, where you’ll enjoy a 1-hour lunch break (with recommendations from your guide), before diving into the largest art museum in the world, to see some of its most spellbinding works of art (including the famous Mona Lisa). Say goodbye to your guide at the Eiffel Tower and get a ticket for a 1-hour cruise on the River Seine to use at your leisure, as well as a skip-the-line ticket to go to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower. Get breathtaking views of the "City of Lights" and its iconic monuments.
Meet in front of "Anvers" Metro station (Line 2). Your guide will be next to the tourist office booth in front of the station exit (there is only 1 exit). Directions by Paris Metro: Take Line 2 to "Anvers" and follow the "sortie" (exit) signs. There is only 1 exit at the station. Upon exiting the station, look for the tourist office booth, where your guide will be holding a sign with the name of the supplier for ease of recognition.open in google maps ->
• Unfortunately, it is not possible to accommodate guests with mobility impairments, in wheelchairs or with strollers • The Eiffel Tower enforces a maximum capacity limit and on rare occasions you may have to wait so that the group can enter safely • Your guided tour will end at the Eiffel Tower, where you can purchase a ticket to the 3rd floor if you wish to ascend on your own (Eiffel Tower visit won't be guided) • The guide will give you your River Seine cruise tickets at the end of the guided tour. The cruise is not guided but audio is included. You can use the open ticket immediately after your visit to the Eiffel Tower, later that evening or on another day • Please ensure that all members of your party have a valid ID on them on the day of the visit. This is particularly important for guests who have qualified for child reduction. • Between August 6 and October 24, 2019: The Mona Lisa has been temporarily moved which may affect tour itinerary, including ability to see the work.
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