Panoramic Paris Tour
Paris City Tour with Chauffeur Guide
Half day Paris City Tour with professional English speaking Chauffeur Guide taking in all the famous Paris sights: Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, Trocadero, Opera, Invalides, Place Vendome, Place Concorde, Louvre, Latin Quarter, Notre Dame Cathedral, Orsay Museum, Ile de la Cite & St Louis, Place du Tetre, Pantheon, Montmartre & Sacre Coeur.
The 3.5 hour Paris tour includes up to 3 stops of 10 to 15 minutes with time to alight the vehicle & lots of photo opportunities. Book now!
Paris City Tour
- All year round
- Paris City Tour duration 3½ hours, daily from 08.30 & 13.30
- Paris hotel pick up & return
- English speaking Chauffeur Guide
- Our guided Paris tours are available in 10 languages: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Polish, Portugese & Russian.
- Paris City Tour (3½ hours), Adult 65 euros, Child (4-10) 45 euros, Child (- 4) Ask All tour details/prices are for pick ups in the Paris area. Duration, prices and pick up times will change for other locations. Types of payment accepted:
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"I just wanted to send you a quick note to say that we really enjoyed our tour of Paris on Saturday and that our driver guide, Arthur, was a very pleasant, interesting and knowledgeable man. Thanking you!"
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Did You Know?
From the Parisii to Paris-Plage
From the Gallic village of the Parisii to the metropolis of the 21st century, more than 2000 years of life and history have passed on the banks of the Seine. Follow the development, the transformation of a capital through the great dates of its history, go back to the origin of all the constructions, monuments, museums and urban works which have modelled the look of today s Paris.
The city of Antiquity
- 3C BC: Settlement of the Gallic tribe of the Parisii on Ile de la Cité.
- 52 BC: Julius Caesar s troops take the island.
- 1 and 2 AD: The Gallo-Roman city, become Lutetia, is built bit by bit. The Lutèce Arena and the Cluny Thermes are constructed.
- 280: Destruction of Lutetia by barbarian invasions.
- 360: Julian the Apostate is proclaimed Emperor of the Gauls. Lutetia is rebaptised Paris.
- 451: Saint Geneviève deflects Attila, King of the Huns, from taking the city, and becomes patron saint of Paris.
From ParisInfo.com, the site of the The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau.