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Paris: Eiffel Tower's Madame Brasserie Dinner at 6:30 PM

1. Paris: Eiffel Tower's Madame Brasserie Dinner at 6:30 PM

Treat yourself to an exceptional night out with friends or family to make the most of your time in Paris. Discover the Eiffel Tower's newest restaurant: Madame Brasserie. Ride up to the first floor to savor a gourmet dinner of classic French cuisine, with a sustainable approach. Take part in a digital mystery game before your experience, then ride the elevator up to the first level of the Eiffel Tower for an early dinner. Step into the brand new Madame Brasserie to get a taste of renowned Chef Thierry Marx's sustainable French dishes, cooked with fresh local produce. Enjoy your meal of choice, depending on the option you selected. Delight your taste buds with delicious food and admire splendid views of the City of Lights from a vantage point while you dine.

Paris: Night River Cruise On The Seine With Waffle Tasting

2. Paris: Night River Cruise On The Seine With Waffle Tasting

Discover the French capital at night with all its sumptuous monuments illuminated. Live an unforgettable and magical moment. Embark on a one-hour cruise aboard a modern boat equipped with audio guides in 14 languages. Begin your cruise by meeting at the base of the Eiffel tower. Board the cruise boat, and drift past monuments such as the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Orsay Museum. Then, head further down the Seine River to see the Grand Palais, and the many bridges with unique architecture which represent masterpieces in themselves. After your cruise, enjoy an excellent waffle at the buffet located just in front of the boats and take the opportunity to photograph yourself at the foot of the illuminated Eiffel Tower.

Paris: Speakeasy and Hidden Bars Guided Tour

3. Paris: Speakeasy and Hidden Bars Guided Tour

Explore 2 iconic Parisian bars or speakeasies on a guided tour, with plenty of time to take in the atmosphere of each one. Choose from a variety of drinks, from tequila to whisky, and enjoy a different aspect of life in Paris. Immerse yourself in local culture by visiting popular nightlife hotspots. Each bar has different atmospheres. Some bars have hidden passages, hidden doors that you will cross, secret photos, some require passwords for entry while others are accessible only by invitation. Be prepared, you must earn your drinks, so book the tour, bring confidence, good atmosphere and have fun with us! Our concept makes its best sense by joining a group of other travelers, sharing lifetime moment, in a friendly way, exploring others culture with a local host. Tequila, mezcal, pisco, whisky, bourbon, chartreuse absinthe.

Great Stables of Prince de Conde & Palace Chantilly

4. Great Stables of Prince de Conde & Palace Chantilly

On this 6-hour interactive tour, visit the famous Great Stables and the Living Museum of the Horse, getting close to the most expensive racers in the country before plunging into the history of the great noble family and broadening your knowledge of European history, architecture, art, ceremonies, traditions, and cuisine. Have a chance to see the masterpieces from Raphael, Poussin and few others in a stunning gallery before sitting down for a 3-course lunch in the restaurant which includes a starter, main, and dessert. Visit a library that has almost 1,500 manuscripts, making it the second-largest library in France for illuminated manuscripts after the National Library of France. This is the most famous and most admired "treasure" of the Château de Chantilly's collections and there over the 60,000 volumes of books.

Paris: Montmartre Guided Cultural and Pastry Tour

5. Paris: Montmartre Guided Cultural and Pastry Tour

Wander through Paris’ most vibrant district and learn about its history and secrets from your guide. Navigate its charming streets while seeing landmarks like the Sacré-Coeur, Place du Tertre, and the Moulin Rouge. Stop by the Café des Deux Moulins, made famous in the film Amélie.  Start your tour by the restaurant Chez Ginette, and stroll through the district’s charming squares and side streets on your way to see the houses and studios of artists such as Renoir, Modigliani, Picasso, and Van Gogh, all of whom lived and worked in Montmartre.  Then, you’ll be guided through the district's winding side streets to some of the city’s best spots for pastries and drinks, such as the famous Café des Deux Moulins. Discover not only the area’s history but also its modern-day culture and best-kept secrets.  Along the way, visit must-see landmarks including the Sacré-Coeur basilica, and the artistic hub of Place du Tertre. End your tour at the iconic Moulin Rouge cabaret. 

Paris: Latin Quarter Walking Tour with Wine Tastings

6. Paris: Latin Quarter Walking Tour with Wine Tastings

Become surrounded by history as you step into Paris' oldest neighborhood: the Latin Quarter. Join your guide on a walking tour through quaint narrow roads, picturesque buildings, and even hidden vineyards. Learn about the area's long-standing tradition of wine production and taste some local wines. Start your tour at Jardin des Plantes, the second oldest park in Europe, where you'll discover one of the city's hidden vineyards. Stand outside the place where the wines of Paris were stored until the 1950s. Move on to another hidden vineyard to enjoy your first wine tasting. Continue on to the Place de la Contrescarpe, revisiting the literary giants of the quarter. Descend the Montagne Sainte Geneviève toward the Rue des Ecoles for your second tasting, accompanied by small shared plates of seasonal vegetable-based dishes. Pass by the Place Maubert, stopping to admire Notre Dame on your way across the Île-de-la-Cité. Arrive at the Île-Saint-Louis for your final tasting. Explore the world of natural wines, sampling at least 3 different wines, accompanied by cheeses, vegetables, and some of the best bread in Paris.

The Best Paris Foodie Tour

7. The Best Paris Foodie Tour

You will make minimum three stops. French tapas (bouchées) and seafood. Starters, Main dishes, Desserts. Examples of some dishes that you might try include: Italian and Spanish hams, Basque specialties, French Duck Foie Gras, Duck Magret, Crêpes, Ceviche, Olives, Argentinian and French Beef, French regional dishes, Cheeses. All included with wines. Your guide, Francois, opened the Cordon Bleu in Japan 30 years ago. But he is first Engineer in viticulture, Champagne owner, oenologist, and winemaker. He lives in central Saint-Germain-des-Prés and knows all the hidden gems and good plans.

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Even at the front of such a queue, got on after waiting for a few minutes. Truly enchanting river ride and the possibility of having an audio guide is also very nice.

Reall clear instructions to follow before the experience, great service during and wonderful food. Overall an excellent experience

Perfect way to do the Eiffel Tower right. Less queues and the food was simply amazing. Overall the perfect Parisian experience

Really nice activity to do in Paris to discover some places when you don't have unlimited time It's essential

Amazing experience. A bit limited in food options.