The City of Love, Paname, Lutetia, La Ville-Lumiére or the City of Lights—Paris has more nicknames than most cities, and rightfully so! Planted along the River Seine, Paris offers cultural landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles, The Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe and even Disneyland! Aside from the amazing sites, there is plenty of Parisian culture to soak in, from art and artifacts in the Louvre to fine wine, champagne and cuisine for the tasting.
Top 10 Attractions for Paris
Eiffel Tower Tickets & Small-Group Tour
This skip-the-line Eiffel Tower tour is fully escorted by an English-speaking expert guide who will lead you to the second level of the Eiffel Tower.
Skip-the-Line Louvre Museum Tour & Gourmet Lunch
Admire the world-famous art of the Louvre Museum and uncover the history behind the Louvre masterpieces with one of the museum's own guides.
Moulin Rouge Late Night Show with Champagne
Paint the town red and enjoy the glitz and glamour of the cabaret on this two-hour late night show at the Moulin Rouge in Paris served with champagne.
Best of Versailles Day Trip from Paris
See Versailles in one day on this trip from Paris. Enjoy a three-course restaurant lunch by the Grand Canal and visit the Grand Trianon and the Queen's Hamlet.
Helicopter Tour to Versailles from Paris
Take to the skies above Paris on a helicopter tour and soar over the Seine River, Bois de Boulogne and incredible Versailles Palace.
Chateaux de Chambord, Chenonceau & Loire Valley
On this full-day tour, your guide will lead you to the region's chateaux and Loire Valley wines while you'll enjoy a gourmet lunch served among the vines.
Small-Group French Cooking Class in Paris
Meet a local chef and learn how to cook a three-course Parisian banquet in a private apartment, right in the heart of Paris!
An Evening at Vaux-le-Vicomte Palace plus Dinner
This tour offers a memorable opportunity to visit the enchanting 17th century Vaux-le-Vicomte Palace plus enjoy a luxury three-course dinner.
Paris Dinner with Parisian Hosts
Sharing dinner with Parisian hosts is a unique opportunity to meet locals, discover how Parisians live and see inside a private apartment!
Catacombs of Paris Small-Group Walking Tour
This exclusive skip-the-line tour explores the extensive underground labyrinth that extends beneath the Paris city surface.
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One Day in Paris
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Skip-the-Line Versailles Palace & Gardens Walking Tour
Enjoy skip-the-line access and experience the grandeur of Versailles Palace and Gardens on a small-group tour from either Paris or Versailles (the choice is yours)!
Skip-the-Line Louvre Museum Tour & Montmartre Sightseeing
Hit two top Paris highlights in one afternoon on this 4.5-hour tour to Montmartre and the Louvre Museum.
Paris in One Day Sightseeing Tour
Tour the best of Paris on this seven-and-a-half-hour sightseeing tour. Take a guided tour of the Louvre Museum, cruise down the Seine River, enjoy lunch at the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant and visit Notre Dame.
Tour the Seine River Cruise & Lunch at the Eiffel Tower
Experience the delights of Paris on a full-day, personalized tour. Take a cruise along the Seine River and enjoy lunch at the Eiffel Tower, then tour the center of Paris by minivan.
Private D-Day Normandy Landing Beaches Roundtrip Tour
Discover Normandy D-Day sites, known for landing operations from Allied to rescue Europe from Nazi invasion during World War II in 1944, and be part of history.
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Parisians appreciate it when you attempt to speak a few key phrases in French. A little will go a long way.
... by foot.
Instead of taking a cab opt to walk around the city. Paris is only about six miles across and you never know what kind of nooks and crannies you might find along the way.
France runs on 220 volts. It's better to charge your phone and take tons of pictures than to run out of juice.
That's right, not all public restrooms in Paris are free. Have cash on hand.
Make sure to get your shopping done Tuesday-Saturday. Stores are generally closed Sunday to late Monday or Tuesday.
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