One Day in Paris, 24 hours in Paris
Have you got only one day to see the essential Paris has to offer? If you’re short on time and want to see the most famous monuments without losing precious time carting around the city or standing in line, ParisCityVision has several packages to discover the French capital in record timing so that you can visit its most remarkable sites with priority access. By bus, minibus, or on foot you’ll be able to hit up those personal favorites without missing out on a thing!
You can also choose to visit Paris on an air-conditioned panoramic bus, a great way to admire the capital’s most famous monuments as fast as possible: The Louvre, Notre-Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Musée d’Orsay, and the Place de la Concorde among others. Just a half-day is all you need to do that tour before going on to complete the day with a cruise on the Seine to check out all the monuments that line up along the banks of the infamous river. Top off the tour with a priority access visit to the Eiffel Tower where Paris spreads out below and where you can take some fabulous snapshots and selfies. Depending on the selected package, you can even grab lunch on the first deck of the Eiffel Tower and enjoy a refined meal while lapping up your plate -- and the views!
Make the most of your available time and choose ParisCityVision’s packages that include priority-access visits. Avoid long lines at the Louvre and get inside with a skip-the-line pass so that your guided visit can get off to a good start. Or, reserve a discovery tour by bus that includes visiting the Latin Quarter, the Marais and a guided visit of the Notre Dame Cathedral as well as Montmartre in the company of an official tour guide-interpreter and priority access to the Louvre.
To take full advantage of your Parisian day, don’t hesitate to make a dinner reservation at the restaurant on the first deck of the Eiffel Tower, a nighttime cruise on the Seine to see the city lit up, or watch la Féérie at the infamous Moulin Rouge cabaret. The majority of tours and visits proposed by ParisCityVision are also tailored to small groups which get around by mini-bus and can be made private for a personalized package that includes pick-up and drop-off at wherever you’ll be staying in Paris.
For walkers or tourists who prefer to remain autonomous, a day-pass with access to ParisCityVision’s panoramic, double-deck buses is available. This pass allows for getting on and getting off at any of the 50 stops throughout the city; you can, therefore, tour Paris at your own pace without any constraints. Another option is to do a self-guided tour of the Louvre with audio-guide or a guided tour of Montmartre by foot to discover this hillside neighborhood’s grapevines as well as the Abbesses, the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur and the Place du Tertre.