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Paris: City Highlights Segway Tour

1. Paris: City Highlights Segway Tour

Embark on a unique tour experience by exploring Paris on a Segway. See more of the city in less time, visit some of the most famous locations, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide along the way. Meet your guide, receive your helmet, and give an instructional session on how to use the Segway. Ride on the sidewalks, bike lanes, and through many of the popular avenues and parks as well as on the banks of the River Seine. The itinerary includes famous sites like Champ de Mars, the Pont Alexandre III, Champs-Elysées, the National Residence of the Invalids, and of course the iconic Eiffel Tower for perfect photo opportunities. Listen as your guide provides insider tips about life in Paris and interesting information about the sites you pass before heading on to the next destination.

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Paris Highlights: From Notre-Dame to Eiffel Tower

2. Paris Highlights: From Notre-Dame to Eiffel Tower

Join a small group or a private tour to discover Paris's highlights –– historical sites, bridges, palaces, parks, and of course the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower. Begin your adventure at Notre Dame with an expansive view of Paris's architecture and culture. Learn surprising facts about the Île de la Cité on the Seine. Discuss the history of Notre Dame as well as the impacts of the recent fire and the building's future. Follow the River Seine and go across the famous Pont des Arts, a pedestrian bridge listed as a national historic monument. Watch the Parisiens enjoying summer picnics and remember don't miss the famous eternal love padlocks attached to the bridge's railing. Follow your guide to the Pyramid of Louvre, the most popular destination in Paris. Pop into the gardens of the Palais Royal, a former royal palace, just opposite the Louvre. Walk through the Tuileries Garden connecting the Louvre to the Place de la Concorde. Learn about how the setting served as a reference point for the vast modern development of Paris. Continue your walk to the Arc de Triumph and Place de la Concorde and see how the monuments stand in harmony with their modern setting. These unique architectural masterpieces innovatively combined different styles and have influenced a range of art and culture for decades. Your tour will stop at the Eiffel Tower.

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Paris: Private City Highlights Segway Tour

3. Paris: Private City Highlights Segway Tour

Embark on a fun and unique private tour experience as you explore Paris on a segway. See more of the city in less time, visit famous locations, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide along the way. Meet your guide, receive your helmet, and get an instructional session on how to use the Segway. You’ll ride on the sidewalks, bike lanes, and through many of the popular avenues and parks as well as on the banks of the Seine River. The itinerary will be customized to your own interests and can include famous sites like the Grand Palais, Tuileries Gardens, the Champs Elysées, and of course the iconic Eiffel Tower for perfect photo opportunities. Listen as your guide provides insider tips about life in Paris and gives you informative tidbits about the locations that are on the tour’s itinerary.

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Paris: Skip-the-Line Private 2-Hour Louvre Tour

4. Paris: Skip-the-Line Private 2-Hour Louvre Tour

Admire the beauty of this iconic museum on a 90-minute tour that hits all the high spots and gives you the lowdown on famous paintings, sculptures and artifacts. Your tour begins at the controversial Pyramid, next to the Tuileries Garden, where a pesky little red ghost has lived for hundreds of years. Once inside, head back in time to the period when the Louvre was a fortress, as you walk through the shadows of the Medieval Foundations. Soon you will come face to face with the Great Sphinx of Tanis whose riddles have puzzled for thousands of years. Throughout your tour you will walk past thousands of paintings, sculptures and artifacts, and hear scandalous tales of murder and cannibalism. Your tour has been carefully planned to stop at over a dozen of the world’s most well-known works of art, all of which hold secrets and gossip, bringing it all to life in a new way you never imagined. The tour concludes at the most famous lady of them all, Mona Lisa. From here, once you tear yourself away from the bewitching Mona Lisa smile, you are free to stay in the museum as long as you wish and your tour guide will provide handy tips for other marvels to behold on your own. 

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Orangerie Museum: Tour

5. Orangerie Museum: Tour

Get the most out of your trip to the Orangerie Museum on a group guided tour. Stroll around the museum with your expert guide, who will provide a narrative about its finest masterpieces. Meet your licensed guide and group in the ornate Tuileries Garden, a beautiful photo opportunity before heading inside. Skip the ticket line to enter the museum and then head off on your tour. See impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces by the likes of Monet, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Renoir, and Gauguin to name but a few. View famous pieces up close, such as Monet’s Water Lilies cycle, with your guide’s commentary and storytelling to bring them to life.

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Paris: Orangerie Museum Small Group Exclusive Guided Visit

6. Paris: Orangerie Museum Small Group Exclusive Guided Visit

Discover the impressionist and post-impressionist masters during this 2-hour tour of the Orangerie Museum. View works by Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Amedeo Modigliani, Le douanier Rousseau, Paul Gauguin, Alfred Sisley and Kees van Dongen on your small group tour of up to 7 people. Your visit includes skip-the-line access and a professional licensed guide who will accompany you throughout the museum. The Orangerie was originally built in 1852 by Firmin Bourgeouis, but completed by Ludovico Visconti. The museum is located in the heart of Paris, on the bank of the Seine and the Tuileries Gardens, with the Louvre on one side and the Place de la Concorde on the other. Musée de l’Orangerie is very well known for its impressive collection of Claude Monet’s mural Water Lilies. The Water Lilies cycle occupied Monet for three decades, who then donated the final great panels to the French state in 1922. This museum also holds works by Cezanne, Renoir, Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani, and many more. Don't miss this chance to admire Water Lilies in person, along with many other lovely and relaxing works so typical of the impressionist period.         

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What people are saying about Tuileries Garden

The tour guide contacted us beforehand so that we could meet on time the next day, the tour was interesting, a lot could be told and shown. We were lucky enough to be in a group of two, so that our running pace and questions were taken into account.

With Sabi we had a great city guide through Paris. We saw and heard an incredible amount. It was really interesting, informative and very entertaining. We are very happy to have discovered Paris in such a small and personal tour. It was great.

It was a very nice tour. The guide went out of her way to show as much of Paris as possible. Interesting information and unique moments of this tour make the trip unforgettable.

We had a great tour with our guide Lea who introduced us to the Louvre and assisted us in every way possible to stay on in the Louvre after the tour finished and see more.

Top tour guide; Very long distance; one should be able to walk well; Reducing the distance worth considering.