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3 Days Paris city Tour

Tour Details

3 DAYS IN PARIS

Itinerary

Beginning in Place Saint-Michel, on the banks of the Seine, this free tour will take in the most emblematic sights Paris has to offer: Notre Dame Cathedral (famous throughout popular culture and one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture), The Louvre (perhaps the world’s most famous museum, and home to da Vinci’s Mona Lisa), Palais Justice, Musée d’Orsay, Latin Quarterand much more.

Throughout the tour, our expert guide will inform about the history of the city. From its beginnings as a medieval village to the capital of Napoleon’s empire and from the French Revolution to La Belle Époque and Nazi occupation; our guides breathe life into the city and the history of Paris.

 

Contents:
3 Day Paris Itinerary

1. Eiffel Tower
2. Seine River Cruise
3. Hop on Hop off Bus
4. Paris Walking Tour
5. Tour Montparnasse
6. Saint Chapelle
7. Notre Dame
8. Musee d’Orsay
9. The Louvre
10. Wine tasting
11. Arc de Triomphe
12. Versailles
13. Montmartre

3 Days in Paris Itinerary Map

Where to Stay in Paris
When to Visit Paris
How to Get to and From Paris
How to Get Around Paris
Walking Tours of Paris
How to Save Money in Paris
Practicalities for visiting Paris
Safety
Power
Currency
Internet Access
Water
Eating in Paris

Further Reading for your 3 Days in Paris

You Decide the Price!

All our guides work exclusively for tips: at the end of the tour you can decide the price the service deserves!

Important Information

The tour has an average length of 2.5 hours, usually ending at the Louvre Museum. However, the guides with whom we work will vary their route depending on the best interests of your group.

This tour is designed for small groups and individual travelers. If you are a group of more than 6, please take a look at our private tours of Paris

The price include accomodation in 4*  Hotels and do not include Air tickets

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Day 1,Eiffel Tower, Seine River Cruise, Hop on Hop off Bus

Eiffel Tower What better way to start of your trip to Paris than with a visit to the Eiffel Tower. This is without doubt the most iconic landmark in Paris (if not France!), and a visit here is a must for any visit to Paris. When we visit Paris, we always visit at least once, and every time we are amazed at the sheer scale of this beautiful building. Seine River Cruise Another must-do experience in Paris is a river cruise on the Seine. This is a very popular activity, with multiple operators offering cruises up and down the river. We’ve actually written a post about the various Seine River cruise options which goes through the majority of the operators and the different types of trip available. Hop on Hop off Bus Talking of sitting back and relaxing, we find that a great way to get oriented in a new city and get an idea of the sights we want to see is to take a Hop On Hop Off (HOHO) bus tour. Paris is no exception to this rule, and you can pick up a HOHO bus in Paris from right next to the Eiffel Tower, which will then take you around Paris’s key attractions.
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Day 2,Paris Walking Tour, Tour Montparnasse, Musee d’Orsay

Paris Walking Tour All this sitting around on buses and boats is great for getting oriented, but at some point you’re going to need to put your feet on the pavement! Paris is a wonderful city to explore on foot, and a guided walking tour is an excellent way to do that. Tour Montparnasse Last on our list for your first day in Paris is a trip up the Tour Montparnasse. I recommend this to everyone going to Paris, as it is, in my opinion at least, the location with the best view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower. Musee d’Orsay If you like museums, Paris has definitely gotten you covered. Our next stop is the Musee d’Orsay, but before you get here, you’re going to take a walk along Paris’s iconic left bank, from Notre Dame to the Musee d’Orsay. This isn’t too far, but you’ll see the booksellers and get a feel for this part of town.
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Day 3,Saint Chapelle, Notre Dame, The Louvre

Our second day in Paris takes in some more iconic sites including some of Paris’s most famous museums and churches. It’s quite a full day, so do feel free to edit the itinerary to suit your particular interests, pace and needs! Saint Chapelle It took multiple visits to Paris before we finally made it to Saint Chapelle. Now we urge everyone to make it a priority on their trip to Paris! No more than ten minutes walk from Sainte Chapelle is Paris’s most famous religious building, known for her flying buttresses, twin towers and, of course, hunchback resident. You will definitely see two out of those three when you visit Notre Dame, the major Catholic cathedral in Paris. Construction of this magnificent building took nearly two hundred years, and was completed in 1345. The Louvre If you only visit one museum in Paris, I can highly recommend making it the Louvre. This is one of the world’s most famous museums, and is home to an incredible collection of art, including Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo’s Dying Slave, to name but a few.
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Day 3,Arc de Triomphe, Versailles, Montmartre

Arc de Triomphe We’re going to finish off the second day of our three day Paris itinerary with a visit to the Arc de Triomphe, another of Paris’s iconic landmarks. From the Louvre you can either take public transport here, or you can walk up the Champs Elysees, Paris’s most famous shopping street. On the last day of our 3 day Paris itinerary we’re heading out of the city centre to take in one of Paris’s most famous Royal Palaces. We’re also including some extra sights in the city at the end if you can tear yourself away. Versailles The really nice things about having 3 days in Paris is that you have the flexibility to go a little further out of the centre. My suggestion for your third day is to visit Versailles, the incredible palace that was the seat of French political power and home to French Royalty, including Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Montmartre If you manage to tear yourself away from Versailles, my suggestion for finishing off your last day in Paris is to head to the Montmartre region. This is home to a large hill, atop which sits the glorious Sacre Coeur de Montmartre, another of Paris’s iconic buildings.
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Additional Info

  • Check In : 01 December, 2019
  • Check Out : 01 December, 2020
  • Duration : 3Days, 2 Nights
  • Person : 1 Person
  • Availability : 10
  • Price : €180
  • Location : Paris, France

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