Bonjour! With this 7-Day Paris itinerary, fall in love with magical Paris. The beautifully designed centuries-old churches, world-class architectural structures, and fantastic Parisian food will leave you awestruck.
Climb Tour de Eiffel
Visit the oldest bridge in Paris
Enjoy the nightlife at Champs-lyses
Check out Victor Hugo's home
Treat yourself in a famous bakery in Saint-Germain-des-Prs
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On arrival in Paris, meet your tour guide who will transfer you to your luxury hotel. Your introductory guided tour will begin at the 689-foot tall Montparnasse Tower, to take in a panoramic view of Paris. You will visit the famous Eiffel Tower for a view from a different perspective. Continue to Ile de la Cit, the largest island on the Seine River and the pulsating heart of Paris. You will enjoy delicious Parisian cuisine and wine before returning to the hotel for rest.
Day 2: Saint Chapelle and Notre Dame
After breakfast, tour the small but striking Saint Chapelle cathedral, containing some of the finest examples of medieval stained glass. Continue to the Conciergerie, where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned in her final days. Pass by the Gothic Notre Dame, which is currently closed while undergoing renovations End the tour at Pont Neuf, which has the distinction of the oldest bridge in Paris. You will return to the hotel for dinner.
Day 3: Le Marais
Get closer to Medieval Paris at Le Marais. Meander by atmospheric bars, vintage boutiques, and chic sidewalk cafes. Visit the Place des the Vosges, Paris' most picturesque square, and view author Victor Hugo'smansion, to see where Hugo penned parts of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. End the tour with a modern twist at the Picasso Museum to see a collection of Pablo Picassos works.
Day 4: Exploring The Louvre
Today, you'll be starting with a tour of the Louvre, a palace-turned-museum with an overwhelming 35,000 pieces of significance from around the world. Take a walk in the Tuileries Garden, stopping at one of the cafs. Proceed to Place de la Concorde, the site of some of the most heinous chapters of the French Revolution, such as the executions of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie-Antoinette.
Day 5: Champs-lyses
After breakfast, take a guided private tour of Champs-Elysees, and check out the posh boutiques. Continue to the famous Arc de Triomphe; see the architecture of Grand Palais and Petit Palais from the iconic Alexandre III Bridge.
In the afternoon, take a guided tour of the dOrsay Museum which holds French art from the 18th and 19th centuries. Head back to the hotel for dinner.
Day 6: Visiting the Pantheon
You'll begin with a coffee in a boulangerie in Saint-Germain-des-Prs, one of Paris' most lovely neighborhoods. Visit the Pantheon, which houses the tombs of France's prominent rulers and thinkers. Then, take an electric boat down the Canal de la Villette. Take an afternoon tour of the opulent Opra Garnier. Charles Garnier designed this 19th-century theater. Later, shop at Grands Boulevards, one of the luxurious markets in Paris. You will have dinner at a rooftop hotel that offers one of the best views in Paris.
Day 7: Palais Royal
You will begin the day at the Gardens of Palais Royal, surrounded by the enthralling beauty of rows of magnolia trees and grand classical sculptures. You will have a luxury dinner on a cruise on the Seine.
Day 8: Departure
Get ready for your departure. Your guide will drive you to the airport. Salut!