Tour Eiffel

Tour Eiffel
  • For everyone
  • Duration : 2:00
  • Booking is compulsory
  • Meeting point : before Gustave Eiffel’s bust.

With the visit  of the Eiffel tower, your trip to Paris will be complete !

Come and discover the hidden history of our «Iron Lady », the most important symbol of France !

Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe
  • For everyone
  • Duration : 1:30
  • Booking is compulsory
  • Meeting point in the underground, before the ticket office. 

As many places in Paris, Napoleon is still present on the top of the Champs Elysées with this arc of triumph. Erected to the glory of his « Grande armée », the ascension of the Arc (57m high) provides great panoramic views over « le rond-point de l’étoile »  (the roundabout of the star at the foot of the arc), and the whole city of Paris.

Opéra Garnier

Opéra Garnier
  • For everyone
  • Duration : 1:30
  • Booking is compulsory
  • Meeting point : before Charles Garnier’s bust.

Charles Garnier, a young and unknown architect succeded to build one the largest operas of the world during the mid XIXth century, despite his lack of experience. A real prowess ! It houses a great hall, a ball room and a Chagall’s painting on the ceiling of the stage. The opera Garnier is the jewel of Napoleon the IIIrd’s style, built for a woman, Napoleon the IIIrd’s wife : Eugénie.

Sainte-Chapelle

Sainte-Chapelle
  • For everyone
  • Duration : 1:30
  • Booking is compulsory
  • Meeting point : before the main entrance.

It was doubtless that this Royal Chapel, The blue paradise, is what Saint Louis wanted to create in order to house the crown of thrones that he bought during the 13th century before going to the cruisades.  With it’s two floors and stained-glasses ensemble, this a truely impressive place. Whatsmore, the stain glass windows are almost intact !

Conciergerie

Conciergerie
  • For everyone
  • Duration : 1:30
  • Booking is compulsory
  • Meeting point : before the main entrance.

Located in the craddle of Paris, the island of « La Cité » homes the site of the royal power during more than 4 centuries. It became a jail, it housed the revolutionnary court, and today is still a part of the civil court. You ‘ll visit one of the most important remains of the biggest civil gothic room in Paris. Marie Antoinette’s « cachot » (reconstruction of the dungeon where she was kept) is the highlight of the visit.

Notre-Dame

Notre-Dame
  • For everyone
  • Duration 1:00 – 1:30 according to the crowd
  • Meeting point : before Charlemagne statue.

A masterpiece of the « Ile de France » architecture, also known as gothic style, Notre Dame de Paris succeded to survive thanks to Victor Hugo who wrote his eponymous novel Notre Dame de Paris in 1831. Damaged during the revolution, Notre Dame almost disappeared, and Viollet-Le-Duc restored it, not as it was but with great enthusiasm and extraordinary changes.