The very best way to discover Paris's most iconic sights, such as the Champs-Elysées, the Eiffel Tower, and the Louvre! Travel around Paris in an…
Explore Paris on a 4-hour bike tour, and see the city under the magic of its evening illuminations. Take a boat cruise along the Seine river.
Take a romantic dinner cruise on the Seine River and marvel at the views of Paris illuminated at night. You’ll board near the Eiffel Tower and then…
See the sights of Paris under the magic of their evening illuminations on a 3-hour Segway tour. Glide effortlessly along enchanting streets after…
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What People Are Saying About Grand Palais
A great way to scope the major areas of tourist interest in Paris, with a personal touch. So much fun!
Loved this well worth the money our driver had such a passion for his city he could of talked all night about it it was certainly a labour of love for him. Learnt loads, seen places we hadn't managed to ,seen how different it was at night and most of it was an experience being in the 2CV around the streets of Paris.
I would recommend doing this at nighttime when everything is lit up, the view is second to none and will always remember this cruise. Definitely a must do
Beautiful seeing Paris by night from the river! And being able to see under the bridges we'd crossed was really cool too.
It was a complete charm. Skipped the ticket queue and went directly for the boat queue. The boat departed at the sunset and arrived back on the dock at night. I totally recommend the trip since it shows the most iconic monuments of the city from a whole new perspective. At night the city is even more beautiful with all the lights that fill the margins and the monuments. Modern boat, with a nice english audio guide. The only negative point is that the rooftop of the boat got a little too crowded and people trying to take photos while standing, sometimes bothered us, but it was not a major problem as it didn't obstruct the view to the monuments.