VIP Travel Service
Morning city tour of Paris
3 nights bed and breakfast
Day 1 – We make our way to Paris via the short ferry sailing from Dover to Calais travelling to our three star hotel where we stay
for three nights bed and breakfast.
Day 2 – This morning we have a short drive into Paris for a guided tour of the captivating city and its iconic sights. After finding your
bearings, you can either explore on your own or you can join us on our optional cruise of the River Seine. Late afternoon we will return
to the hotel with time to freshen up before making our way back into Paris for an optional excursion to see the city in lights.
Day 3 – Enjoy another full day at leisure or join us on today’s optional excursion to see two more of the city’s sights up close.
No visit to Paris would be complete without a trip to the top of the iconic Eiffel Tower so this is where our day begins. The day is
complete with a visit to the quaint Montmarte area of Paris, home to the Bascilia of the Sacré-Coeur.
Day 4 – Leaving Paris in the morning, we make our way to Calais for the ferry sailing home.
ENHANCE YOUR TOUR
With so much to see and do, Paris in all its glory could take a lifetime to
explore, so why not let us do the planning for you. Join us on our optional
excursions and see the best of Paris without the chaos of navigating the city
Paris by Night - £10
We offer a short ‘Paris by Night’
tour to see the thousands of bulbs
lighting the city’s famous sights.
(N.B. We cannot guarantee which sights will be lit up
and it may vary between departures)
Seine River Cruise - £10
Many of Paris’ illustrious attractions are on the river banks; including Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Orsay Museum, Palais de Challiot and of course, the Eiffel Tower. Absorb the breathtaking scenery which inspired some of the world’s greatest artists with a relaxing river cruise on the Seine; be sure to bring your camera to capture the iconic sights..
Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur & Montmarte - £20
Standing at 300 metres tall the
iconic tower attracts over 6 million
visitors a year (Admission to the
top floor included). Located at the
highest point in the city, the 19th century Bascilia of Sacre
Coeur has inspired Monet, Van Gogh and Picasso to name
a few (N.B. May not be suitable for those with walking