Without doubt, the diversity of Paris shines through its neighbourhoods more than any other city in the world. Organised around its monuments, squares, Paris Places such as Bastille, and cultural spaces, each neighborhood (or 'quartier' as they are known) reveals the city's charms. Their atmosphere has been developed by history and the people, their inhabitants and merchants defending them with pride, keeping their values and identities. Sometimes they come about as a product of their geography, such as Montmartre with the Sacre Coeur basilica, where the small streets are filled with the village spirit and long artistic traditions. This area is closed to the bustling quarter of Pigalle. Sometimes, they are a product of history, like the old neighbourhood of Le Marais, where the blast back to the middle ages blends itself with the splendour of the great 17th century estates. Or as the Père Lachaise cemetery, property of the Jesuits in the 17th century. And some are even a product of pure culture, such as the Latin Quarter where you can discover Saint Michel quarter and Saint Germain des Prés, built from its original Roman installations and known throughout the centuries as a university neighbourhood of international recognition. Paris's neighbourhoods give the town a unique sense of life, with varied architecture and activities to match. You could discover also Paris' culture and leisure in La Villette. Stroll around commercial quarter such as Les Halles, closed to Châtelet, or on the world's finest avenue of the Champs Elysées, discover artistic, institutional, residential, luxurious, popular "villages": these traits make up Paris just as much as its neighbourhoods do!
Take the opportunity to have a special priority access to visit the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral at your own pace with an audio guide available in several languages. Admire the facade and discover the Treasury and its magnificent stained glass windows. Finish with a visit of part of the Latin quarter. You’ll be given an exclusive gift from the Cathedral.
Discover the Notre Dame Cathedral and take a guided tour in a luxury coach to discover the Latin Quarter and the Marais, two historic neighborhoods of Paris. Transfer by boat to the Ile de la Cité.
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Discover the secrets of Montmartre with a guide: Place du Tertre with its painters, and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica. The outing ends with a guided tour of the Louvre Museum: the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, the Coronation of Napoleon I.
Discover the Champs-Elysées by night! After a cruise on the Seine and an open-top bus tour of Paris and its monuments, enjoy dinner at the “Boeuf sur le Toit” restaurant close to the Champs-Elysées.
-21% on tours departing between October 20 and November 05
Take a guided tour of Montmartre and discover its picturesque spots: the Place du Tertre, the vineyard of Montmartre, the Abbesses neighborhood, and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
Take a city tour through the Latin Quarter and the Marais, in the heart of the Paris student and cultural life. Guided tours of Notre Dame Cathedral, Montmartre (Place du Tertre and Sacré-Coeur), and the Louvre Museum. Opportunity to spend time at the Louvre and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
Visit Paris at your convenience on board the Paris L'OpenTour bus with an unlimited 1-day pass. Hop on to our open-top tour buses and discover the great monuments: Opera House, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Hotel des Invalides, Bastille... Audio guides in 10 languages.
Small groups or private tours. Discover Paris in a day. Guided City Tour in a minibus with a multilingual driver guide. Taking you through typical Paris neighborhoods like Saint-Michel. Lunch Cruise on the Seine and a visit to the Eiffel Tower (view on the Place du Trocadero). Departure from your accommodation in Paris.
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Ideal for visiting Paris over two days, at your convenience. Hop on an open-top bus or river boat (Batobus) and see the finest Paris monuments: Champs-Élysées, Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, Hotel des Invalides, Notre Dame Cathedral, Saint-Germain-des-Prés...
Discover the gay neighborhood of the Marais, where you'll learn about history as well as what's happening for the LGBT scene in the Marais today.