A 9-Day Luxury Tour For The Perfect Family Vacation to Paris
Paris is a city replete with both mystery and history. It is known for its architectural grandeur, lush gardens, riverside walkways, and decadent bakeries. The beaches are decorated in 1920s fashion, and the gardens have an impressionistic enchantment. Whether it is the discovery of majestic Normandy or the beauty of Paris, you will be spellbound by the artistry of the city's architecture and museums. Our 9-day luxury tour of Paris, France provides the perfect vacation for families
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at Paris airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Fill your heart and soul with the appealing smell of fresh macaroons. Soak in the combination of modern cosmopolitan, and serene village life at the same time. Roam around in the flea market to get some great deals. Be attracted by the iconic Eiffel Tower, the most visited landmark in the city. Peek at attractions such as the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum.
Visit the palace of Versailles on a mind-blowing trip and enjoy the spectacular lavish decor. One of the unique features of the palace of Versailles is that it contains the Grand Trianon, the main Palace, Marie-Antoinette's Estate, and Versailles Garden. There are more than 700 individual rooms and a 23-carat gold leaf on the woven silk wall. Following that, enjoy a lavish dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 3:Artistic Giverny
Today, discover Giverny, which is picturesque and famous for being the residence of renowned painter Monet. This village is also known for inspiring many artists and has become a center of pilgrimage for art lovers around the world. Be captivated by the charming and idyllic lifestyle. Be amazed by some other attractions, including the Museum of Impressionism Giverny and Eglise Sainte-Radegonde de Giverny.
Visit the town of Honfleur via the Bridge at Pont de Normandie, an attraction. Honfleur is located at Normandy's Seine estuary and is famous for retaining the Old-World flavor. The picturesque harbor and the charming houses are the key attractions of Honfleur. Enjoy a walk from the houses to the harbor and take a coffee break at the cafes with the most amazing views. View the notable monuments of the Church of Saint Etienne and the Muse de la Marine museum.
Day 5:Cultural Bayeux
Drive to the coast of Normandy to the popular tourist destination of Bayeux. It is important from a cultural and historical perspective. This town is famous for its world-famous tapestry, exploits of William the Conqueror, and detailed depiction of the conquest of England by Norman. Visit the Cathedral Notre Dame, built in 1077, to explore the magnificent architecture of the place. Then, be transported back in time and learn more about the nation's history at the Museum of the Battle of Normandy.
Day 6:Enjoy Pointe du Hoc
Discover one of the most beautiful places in Normandy with a 100-ft cliff with spectacular views of the English Channel. During World War II, an artillery battery was installed at this location since it is the highest point from Utah Beach to Omaha Beach. Learn more about the history of this place and the events that transpired during the war.
Day 7:Explore Mont Saint-Michel
Be immersed in the sheer natural beauty of the medieval walled city of Mont Saint-Michel. The beautiful bay joins Normandy and Brittany and forms an impressive sight. Wonder at the towering Gothic Abbey that stands at the city's center and makes the place even more majestic. Mont Saint-Michel is one of the first structures in UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list. Stroll around the city to soak in many religious monuments & structures, which are fine examples of ancient art and architecture. Be amazed at the serene beauty of the city.
Day 8:Natural St-Malo
Immerse yourself in the city of St-Malo, which is full of natural sights and man-made attractions. This city was subjected to heavy bombing during WW II, and many granite buildings were rebuilt later. Spend many delightful hours in the company of exotic fishes and marine life at the Great Aquarium Saint-Malo. Then, be amazed by the gigantic structure of Fort National. Enjoy the shops, hotels, restaurants, and your family, and explore the rich maritime history of this great city
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.