Paris is a city that takes too many lifetimes to see… Just when you think you’ve seen everything, you find new attractions, new cafés, or new markets to explore.
Start your walk around Paris with a visit at the Champs-Élysées and see the Arc de Triomphe. Walk down the Champs-Élysées through the Jardin des Tuileries. Stop and admire the Louvre before continuing down Rue Rivoli and crossing into the original part of the city. Next stop at Notre Dame, an amazing Gothic church. Visit the underground Roman ruins and the Saint-Chapelle Church. Head south toward the Latin Quarter. The area is pretty touristy, but if you get off the main drag, you’ll find yourself in a labyrinth of alleys and café-lined squares that are far away from the local tourist hangouts. Plus, it’s a good way to get lost in a beautiful part of Paris and just explore.Visit the Pantheon before heading west toward the Jardin du Luxembourg, where you can relax and watch life go by.
After that, head north to see Saint Sulpice. If you’re into The Da Vinci Code, you’ll be looking for symbols and hidden meanings throughout this church.
During the evening, it’s the perfect time to stop in a café, order some wine, and relax the Parisian way.
With over a million pieces of art choose your favorite parts and spend some time at the Louvre Museum!
A trip to the Palace of Versailles takes a full day, as it’s located outside the city. Spend the day exploring the château, get lost in the surrounding gardens, and make sure you see Marie Antoinette’s estate, which includes a fake peasant village.
The Eiffel Tower is beautiful and best seen in the early morning. Enjoy the amazing view and then have a picnic on the grass.
Rue Cler street is located near the Eiffel Tower. This street is filled with good Parisian eateries.
Rue Mouffetard is a street filled with cafés and shops and has an outdoor market. It’s a great street to just wander down or to sit in front of a café and watch life go by. Make sure to stop by the nearby Place de la Contrescarpe, where artists for decades spent their time.
Montmartre is another artistic center of Paris, this is where artists and writers like Hemingway spent their time.
Hotel Eugene En Ville, 4*- from €400 per person in a double room
Hotel Helios Opera, 4*- from €405 per person in a double room
City M Paris Gare De Lyon, 4*- from €425 per person in a double room
Best Western Ducs De Bourgogne, 4*- from €435 per person in a double room
Best Western Premier Opera Faubourg, 4*- from €435 per person in a double room
Best Western Premier Opera Liege, 5*- from €450 per person in a double room
Novotel Paris Les Halles, 4*- from €460 per person in a double room
Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel, 5*- from €500 per person in a double room
La Clef Tour Eiffel, 5*- from €510 per person in a double room
Within the Prices are included:
- Round Air tickets in economy class from/ to Athens airport
- 2 Overnights in a double room in one of the above mentioned hotels
- Breakfast daily
- 1 Checked Luggage up to 23 kg
- 4- hour- Excursion at the Palace of Versailles- during the route towards Versailles you may listen to its full story via an audioguide
- 2- hour- Walking Tour, during which you may admire places & studios in which famous movies were filmed, such as The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Three Musketeers etc
- VAT & Third Party Insurance
- Within the prices airport taxes are not included (about €65 per person)
- Prices are per person in a double room
- Within the prices the city tax is not included- €2.48 per person per overnight in a 4* hotel & €3.30 per person per overnight in a 5* hotel
- Our agency may assist you with your excursions at museums, sightseeings & other events
- The above prices are calculated according to the pricelist that was given to us on 15/9/17. Our agency reserves the right to adjust the prices accordingly if there is a significant price difference