With over 1,800 historical monuments, Paris is a huge city that offers tourists more than they’d ever hope to see during a stay in the City of Lights! So that you can visit Paris and its main monuments without having to elbow your way through hoards of people (30 million tourists visit the French capital every year!), PARISCityVISION offers a wide array of guided visits and tourist circuits to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Depending on your interests, availability, and the level of desired autonomy, you can choose the tour that best suits you and your needs.
Touring Paris in a panoramic bus will allow you to discover the city from the comfort of a luxurious and air-conditioned bus. Paris’s most emblematic monuments -- the Eiffel Tower, the Opera, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame as well as Place Vendôme, the Panthéon, the Champs-Elysées and the Musée d’Orsay -- can all be admired from your comfortable seat. Recorded commentaries in the language of your choice will serve as your guide throughout the tour. Several packages exist (full- and half-day tours, 90 min. tours), all of which focus on the city’s must-see monuments while fitting into your own personal schedule.
PARISCityVISION also provides you with the opportunity to check out Paris at night. Whether you want to take a cruise on the Seine while sipping champagne on the boat’s deck, admire Paris’s most beautiful monuments all lit up from the comfort of a panoramic bus, or make the ascent with priority access to the Eiffel Tower’s second deck, you’ll be able to enjoy exceptional views of the City of Lights from up high or down low, on the ground or on water. Perfect for a first-time stay in Paris or a romantic getaway!
Other tours focus on certain neighborhoods such as the Historic Paris Tour that’ll take you through the famous Latin and Marais neighborhoods while passing through Place de la Bastille, Rue Saint-Antoine, Luxembourg Gardens and Saint-Germain des Prés. Or make your way through Paris’s old neighborhoods by bus while learning about their history from an official tour guide-interpreter who will also unveil secrets and other miscellany about Notre-Dame de Paris. A guided tour of Montmartre will take you to this hillside neighborhood’s slopes and grapevines, through the neighborhood of les Abbesses and onto Place du Tertre where countless Parisian painters took out their canvases. There’s also a steep but rewarding climb to see the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur where you’ll get a breathtaking panoramic view of Paris and its bohemian streets...
For those who prefer to get some exercise there’s the guided foot tour that goes from the Palais Royal to the Opéra Garnier during which you’ll discover covered walkways, the famous Buren columns and a fantastic view from the Galeries Lafayette. Another option is to visit the Ile de la Cité with only an itinerary and audio guide in hand. For small groups, PARISCityVISION proposes several tours by minibus that include guided visits and a skip-the-line pass for the Eiffel Tower.
PARISCityVISION hasn’t forgotten about independent travelers! One and two-day passes allow access to our buses that crisscross the city. Depending on what you want to see or where you want to go, you’ll be able to get on and get off at any of the 50 stops while enjoying Paris from a special vantage point. Visit Paris and its monuments at your own pace, without constraints!
Take advantage of this special offer that gives you a 2nd floor ticket of the Eiffel Tower free of charge. At the end of the day, experience an unusual 3-hour walking tour through the streets and neighborhoods linked with murders, ghosts, conspiracies, mysteries and the darkest secrets of Paris.
Experience a special evening in Paris: picked up by your chauffeur/guide from your Paris address , you will enjoy a wonderful dinner cruise on the Seine. Then you will see the unique panorama from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. The evening ends at the Moulin Rouge, where you will enjoy with the magical “Féérie” spectacular, while you are served some champagne.
This excursion will give you a total view of Paris, with a city tour of Paris in a panoramic bus. Then enjoy your visit to the Eiffel Tower, the symbolic monument of Paris, with a VIP ticket and lunch on the first floor, with an exceptional view over Paris.
This tour is perfect for a first trip to Paris. Your visit will begin with a tour of the city of Paris on board a panoramic bus. You will then go to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy the remarkable panoramic view over Paris, followed by lunch at the restaurant “58 Tour Eiffel”. Then you can take your one hour trip on the Seine on board a commented cruise.
Discover the legendary Opéra Garnier and find out the secrets of Paris with a guided tour on foot through the covered passages of the city. End your outing with a panoramic view of Paris from the rooftop of the Galeries Lafayette.
-10% on tours departing between January 02 and February 09
-10% on tours departing between January 02 and February 09
Visit the Eiffel Tower’s second floor for a panoramic view of Paris. Guided cruise on the Seine with individual audio guides. You can also visit Paris in a panoramic bus to see the landmark monuments of the city.
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.
Small group or privatized tour.
Discover the major landmarks of Paris by visiting Notre-Dame cathedral, Montmartre, Eiffel Tower 2nd and top floor. Your driver-guide will also take you to the most famous places of the capital: Concorde Square, Seine river and its bridges, Cité Island with Notre-Dame cathedral, the Invalides, The Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées…
A unique guided walking tour through the iconic places of the French Revolution: Palais Royal, Place de la Bastille, Hôtel de Ville, Place de la Concorde.
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.