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Tour of Paris for 2h

  • 2 hr
  • 299 euros
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

This is a good tour if you want to see the main highlights as well as Montmartre and Saint Germain, and the latin quarter, if time permits. See Paris main highlights such as the Eiffel Tower, Arc of Triumph, Champs Elysées, Concorde, the Opera, Place Vendôme, the Grand & Petit Palais, the bridge Pont Alexandre III, the Invalides, Notre Dame, the Sacré Coeur, the Moulin Rouge, and the Pantheon, if time allows. Stops are at your convenience, and within the time available. We usually stop by the Eiffel Tower, the Arc of Triumph, Sacré Coeur, Moulin Rouge, and Notre Dame, for pictures. Most of the time you can just stand up in the car for the picture but can also get out whenever you want. We have the time to see Montmatre extensively, and the Latin quarter, famous for its universities like the Sorbonne, the oldest in Paris, the Pantheon, the Luxembourg garden, as well as its famous vibrant squares such as place Contrescarpe, and the Emily in Paris square, the restaurant and bakery where she goes.… Where Hemingway lived… We will pass through the small streets of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which characterizes the old Paris. Famous writers such as Hemingway or Oscar Wilde used to live there. Feel like a character of the film Midnight in Paris, meet Hemingway, Ella Fitzgerald at the Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots. Pass the oldest church in Paris, 1500 years old. We will then circle around the enchanting Rue de Furstemberg before admiring the vibrant Rue de Buci, filled with cafés. We would pass by the oldest restaurant in Paris where Benjamin Franklin and Napoleon ate. We would also take the smallest street in Paris, seen in the movie Mission Impossible. Also depending on time: for example, if you are doing a loop (start and finish at the same place), we would normally have time to cover all the famous monuments, as well as Montmatre, the Sacré Coeur, the Moulin Rouge, and Saint Germain des Prés. The latin quarter would be a little too long to keep it within the 2h timeline. Except for the night time where traffic conditions would be better, allowing us to see a little more. If we didn’t do a loop, meaning we start and stop at a different place, we would have time to see the latin quarter.

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4 Rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris, France

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