Cruising in Paris by boat

Ah..the Seine river- no other river in the world has been the subject of such poetical, picture-taking and all-around admiring. It’s a great way to get familiar with many of the city’s most stunning monuments, ornate bridges and historical buildings, including Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, Museé du Louvre etc.

Let the beautiful city come to you when you’re eating dinner, waving to life-enjoying Parisians and listening some light classical music which makes everything come together.

It’s a memorable family activity on the daytime and romantic trip in the City of Light with your honey at night.


Prices : adult 14€, children 10€

Duration : 1h

Dinner at French home

A typical French family usually eats dinner around 8 pm and a typical meal usually consists of at least three courses. When there are guests coming, it always starts with an apero, a pre-dinner cocktail and snacks that serve as a delightful moment to unwind before the meal. You are invited to a classical French dinner cooked by your French hosts at their home. Dinner is made from seasonal fresh ingredients and according to clients desires. In addition to being great cooks, your hosts are also highly knowledgeable and passionate about French culinary and wine traditions and are guaranteed to be stimulating conversation partners to anyone interested in French cuisine. The price includes a pick up from the hotel, food and drinks, and a drive back to the hotel. Hosts speak English.

Duration : 4 hours

Price: 89€ per person

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Notre Dame Cathedral + Left Bank

Enjoy narrow medieval streets, memories of artists, poets and revolution, iconic cafes, hidden treasures of the Left Bank, follow the adventures of Hemingway.

Explore the island, meet Quasimodo, admire the gargoyles and the Giant stained-glass windows, and learn about all the mysteries of Notre Dame Cathedral!

NotreDameOne of the oldest areas of Paris, the 5th arrondissement, was the heart of Roman Paris during the Roman occupation of France (from the 1st c. B.C. to the 5th c. A.D.). You can still see traces of this period as you walk around. It became known as the Latin Quarter during the Middle Ages, when most of its residents were either students or clergymen who spoke Latin. Long associated with education and learning, it is here that you’ll find the most famous branch of the Université de Paris- Sorbonne, and the prestigious Collège de France. However, the revolutionary days of May ’68 are long gone, and although the 5th has retained a certain degree of youthful charm and romance, parts of it have become very touristy.

Walking along this narrow street will give you an idea of what Paris looked like during the Middle Ages, when most Parisian streets were between 2 and 5 m (6 1/2-16 ft.) wide.

Duration: 3 hours 

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Paris City Tour – ”The Best of Paris”

This tour is the best way to discover Paris.

Eiffel This is the combination of two excursions – minivan & walking tour. We will make stops for taking photos and for walking through the best areas in Paris including Latin Quarter and Montmartre. It will immerse you into ancient history: the old Roman Lutetium, Grand Medieval Abbeys, Gothic masterpieces, classical architecture, collections from Napoleonic times, perspectives defined by Haussmann… You will adore the Eiffel Tower. You will drive along Champs Elysées with the magnificent Arc de Triumph at one end and Concord Square at the other …You will see Vendôme Square and the Palace du Louvre, which is known first and foremost as a museum, houses one of the most stunning collections of artwork in the world. 


Duration: 3 hours / up to 6 people

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Louvre and Orsay museums

OrsayOrsay – In a 2 hour tour we will introduce you the world’s most famous art from 1848 to 1914. Orsay Museum is the former railway station and today it’s filled with the best of the impressionist artists like: Edouard Manet “The Luncheon on the Grass “, Claude Monet ” Rouen Cathedral”, Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec and others. In addition, the Orsay building is one of the most beautiful museums in the world and definitely worth a visit.


LouvreThe greatest masterpieces at the Louvre: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa”, the goddess of victory Nike, Michelangelo’s ‘‘Slaves”, the love goddess Aphrodite, or the shape of the famous Milo Venus and the most famous historical painting – David’s ”The Coronation of Napoleon’’. In addition you will get a historical overview of the former French Royal castle to nowadays famous glass pyramid.

Duration of each tour : 2 hours

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Midnight in Paris

You step into the Paris night with this illumination tour and discover the mesmerizing charm of the city of lovers, enjoying the highlights of Paris, revealing the hidden beauties of the areas. You will feel this different magic of the Parisian life style, a city where life is enjoyable.

Eiffel Tower

You will visit typical Parisian areas like Montmartre or Latin area, hear the sounds of the Parisian brasseries, be surprised by the spectacular view of Paris from the top of Montmartre hill, and you will discover the main historical places with amazing architectural buildings highlighted by the Opera building and the National Assembly’s building. You will see world-famous churches and cathedrals like Notre Dame de Paris, Église La Madeleine, Le Panthéon or Basilique du Sacré- Coeur at night time.

This tour is inspired by a Woody Allen oscar winning motion picture ”Midnight in Paris”.

Duration : 2 hours

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In mid 19th century, Montmartre was an idyllic countryside village with quiet streets and abundant gardens. The old urban structure is preserved until nowadays and therefore you need to climb many stairs to really get to know this mystical borough.

ArtistArtists lived in Montmartre because, in addition to simpler and cheaper conditions, they could easily find new models in the cabarets and cafes. Degas, Renoir, van Gogh, Picasso, Dali and Matisse– they all lived and worked in Montmartre for some time and gave the place an aura that has survived to the present day. At the front of the Sacred Heart Church, you can see the breathtaking panoramic view over the entire city of Paris.

Duration : 3 hours

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Marais’ quarter and the best pastry shops in Paris

Place des VoguesThe popularity of the Marais began to wane towards the end of the 17th century when Louis XIV moved his court to Versailles, and after the Revolution, the once-elegant hôtels deteriorated into working-class tenements. Today, the Marais (which covers the 3rd and 4th arrondissements) is trendy again, and loved by visitors and residents alike. It’s a great area for window-shopping at trendy boutiques, up-and-coming galleries, and eclectic stores, and it’s one of the few neighborhoods where shops are open on Sundays. It’s long been a center for Paris’s Jewish community and you’ll find Jewish shops. 

PastriesYou will see the house where he lived and worked Victor Hugo and hear stories about the French nobles living culture. We will also visit the history museum of Paris- Carnavalet (free admission).
Marais quarter has the best grocery stores that are located close to each other-Cheese, vegetable, meat and pastry shops; cafes and patisseries. The tour will nourish your taste buds.


Duration: 3 hours

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Great Boulevards, Opéra theater, Vendôme square

OperaOur walking tour starts from the most beautiful French national bank building (the dome is shaped by G. Eiffel) and will continue with the largest opera theater in Europe -Opera Garnier. Boasting an eclectic and ostentatious Baroque design, the Opera Garnier is one of the most extravagant representations of Second Empire architecture in France. Take this guided tour of its public areas and you will discover flamboyant art works as you follow in the footsteps of fashionable 19th-century French society.

After visiting the opera house, we will learn about the secrets of making perfume in the Fragonard’ fragrance museum ( free admission). After the museum, we will walk through the most beautiful part of Paris – the Vendộme square, where is located the fanciest hotel in the world – the Ritz.


Duration: 3 hours

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

The most famous and largest cemetery in France, where has been buried more than a million people. Famous people’s graves, and sumptuously decorated tomb monuments, cobblestone roads and beautiful views of Paris- these are the reasons to visit this city of the dead. This cemetery is the final resting place for the famous lovers couple of Héloїse and Abélard, Oscar Wilde, Baron Haussmann, Molière, Balzac, Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Maria Callas, Georges Méliès, and many more. During the tour will take you to the tombs and speak about the history of the most famous dead people and the cemetery.

Duration: 2 hours

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