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  • Paris: Private City Highlights Vintage Citroen 2CV Tour with Transfer

    1. Paris: Private City Highlights Vintage Citroen 2CV Tour with Transfer

    Embark on a fun and unique private tour experience as you explore Paris aboard a vintage Citroen 2CV. See more of the city in less time, visit famous locations, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide along the way. Get picked up by your guide/driver at your accommodation, hop on board the classic car, and set off to discover the ‘city of love’. You’ll zoom through popular avenues and historic bridges over the Seine River. Ride past famous sites like the Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, the Champs Elysées, and of course the iconic Eiffel Tower for perfect photo opportunities. Listen as your driver provides insider tips about life in Paris and gives you informative tidbits about the locations that are on the tour’s itinerary.

  • Paris: Tootbus Kids Bus Tour

    2. Paris: Tootbus Kids Bus Tour

    Looking for a child-friendly experience parents and little ones can enjoy together? Hop on this Paris kids' tour and let the city take you by surprise! Experience Paris as never before, on board a 100% electric bus. Ride past the Opera, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle, Orsay Museum, Concorde, Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Grand Palais, and more. During the tour, the guides will surprise the children with a mix of cultural and fun entertainment including amazing stories about museums, monuments, historical sites, popular tales, and animated films all powered by riddles and games. The cherry on top is the sweets the kids get at the end of the performance.

    It was a great experience. Our guide was very enthusiastic asking lots of questions and keeping the kids engaged throughout. She speaks in French but made the extra effort to say a few things in English to our son who doesn’t understand French. We also learned a few things and got to see all the attractions.

  • Paris Illuminated Walking Tour in Spanish

    3. Paris Illuminated Walking Tour in Spanish

    Paris is known as the "City of Lights" for being the first city to provide its streets and buildings with street lighting. However, it makes just as much sense to call it the City of Lights because of the way it looks when the it's illuminated at dusk. The tour begins at the Opera Garnier. Here, you'll see some of the main monuments and sites of Paris with beautiful illuminations of the city such as the Madeleine, an impressive church similiar to Roman-style architecture; the Champs Elysees, one of the most important avenues in Paris; and the Elysee Palace, the seat of the presidency of the French Republic. You can also expect to explore the monumental surroundings of the Grand Palace of Paris, the Petit Palais, the Pont Alexandre Ill and the National Palace of the Invalides, which is where the remains of Napoleon are found. The tour ends at the beautiful Soul Bridge, which crosses the...

  • Paris: Dinner and Sightseeing Tour Aboard the Bus Toqué

    4. Paris: Dinner and Sightseeing Tour Aboard the Bus Toqué

    Head to the Eiffel Tower and hop onboard the Bus Toqué for an unforgettable evening. Take your seat at your table on the double-decker bus and admire spectacular views of Paris from an elevated position. Each table is fitted with a tablet so you can listen to the audio commentary and watch the video guide as you savor a three-course meal based on local and seasonal products. End your experience on a high note with a signature dessert by pastry chef Mathieu Mandard as your bus makes its way back to the Eiffel Tower.

  • Paris: 4-Hour Guided Tour by Minibus

    5. Paris: 4-Hour Guided Tour by Minibus

    Discover the highlights of Paris on an interactive 4-hour tour with live guide, available as a private or small group option. Travel the streets by minibus, and see more than you would on a walking tour! Meet your guide at the Opéra Garnier (Palais Garnier), and set off to explore the Latin Quarter, notable for the Sorbonne university campus and its bohemian vibe. Pass the scenic Place du Châtelet and imposing Louvre Museum, as well as the Haussmann designed Place de l’ Opéra. Admire the triumphant Place Vendôme and the expansive Place de la Concorde at the end of the Champs-Élysées. See the iconic columns of La Madeleine, the complex of buildings of the Ecole Militaire, and the museums and monuments of Les Invalides. Experience the sidewalk café culture of St. Germain-des-Pres. Enjoy ample photo stops along the way. Then, continue with a walking tour of the Notre-Dame de Paris and Ma...

    I brought my mom to visit Paris for the first time . We did a big bus tour the first day but in retrospect , we should have done well with this tour instead . Well worth the money spent . We ended up being the only clients so it was like a private tour with a private guide and vehicle . Fred was the most excellent and gracious tour guide , knowleagable about his city , mellow and courteous at the same time . He provided a comprehensive overview of the geography of the city and its important landmarks ,driving us around and at the same time giving us a history lesson . Learning was more conducive than being in a big bus with a lot more people and one guide . Highly recommend.

  • Paris: The Caviar and Champagne Experience

    6. Paris: The Caviar and Champagne Experience

    Start your private tour outside the the first luxury hotel in history, le Ritz, where your private guide will meet you. This is a compact district. In 90 minutes, you will explore the Paris of beauty and luxury: jewelry and watches, perfume and leather goods, high-end hotels. You'll discover Napoleon’s Column, the Sun-King’s piazza, and Concorde and Champs Elysées. Your guide then walks you to Comptoir du caviar, for a generous tasting of Caviar and Champagne. In the company of a dedicated Caviar Maitre D, you'll taste 3 types of caviar. You will be served two glasses of champagne, plus French canapés. Paris and luxury go hand in hand and you will fully enjoy both.

  • Paris: Pure Chocolate Walking Tour

    7. Paris: Pure Chocolate Walking Tour

    Indulge your passion for chocolate on this 2-hour walking tour of the Right Bank in Paris. Walking around the beautiful area dominated by the Place de la Concorde, Tuileries Gardens, and Madeleine Church, visit a selection of master chocolatiers who will be ready and waiting to share their sumptuous creations. An enthusiastic foodie guide will enhance your understanding of the cocoa bean and take you down cobbled streets to get off the beaten path. Dip in and out of the glamorous fashion district, and stop at artisan chocolate stores to discover old-fashioned and designer chocolates. Every tasting is included in the price of your tour, and you will meet chocolatiers who treat chocolate making as an art form. Each has his own creative style to give you a true taste explosion. Learn more about the history of chocolate making as you walk, and leave having tasted some of the best chocolate...

    Even in the pouring rain, we LOVED our tour! Tasted flavors we didn’t expect & enjoyed learning about the different regions chocolate. Perfect blend of learning & tasting!

  • Neoclassical Paris 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

    8. Neoclassical Paris 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

    The great reconstruction of Paris in neoclassic style was an important part of the city’s history, transforming the face of Paris during the Second Empire. On this private 2-hour guided tour you’ll learn more about the spirit of this city and how it evolved from a medieval town to a metropolis that became one of the most important capitals in Europe and a world leader in questions of style, elegance, and sophistication. Your guide will show you aristocratic Paris, and tell you about the city’s transformation during an important period in its history. Hear about the connections between Paris and Rome and Italian culture, including the impact on Parisian architecture. The sites you’ll visit include the Palais Brongniart, Palais Royal, Place des Victoires, Cour Carré, the Louvre, the Tuileries Garden, Place Vendôme, Place de la Concorde, and the Madeleine Church.

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What people are saying about La Madeleine Church

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 445 reviews

This activity comprised the most delicious chocolates, more delightful than we could ever Imagine. The walk was very pleasant, easy to join also for kids that are not too crazy about walking. It was very entertaining and varying so that the time passed by quite quickly. It was a real fun activity with lots of gourmet moments. Our guide was very welcoming and arranged the tour by regarding our favours in taste. All in all this activity was exceeding our expectations.

It was a great experience. Our guide was very enthusiastic asking lots of questions and keeping the kids engaged throughout. She speaks in French but made the extra effort to say a few things in English to our son who doesn’t understand French. We also learned a few things and got to see all the attractions.

Very nice tour with lots of information and above all a lot of chocolate :-). At the last station we had to pass and have the chocolate wrapped up, but it still tasted sensational the next day.

I loved it! My guide was Simon and he gave a wonderful history lesson. The tour was excellent.

Great experience.

Elouise was amazing. Very personable and knowledgeable. Food was fantastic. Do it!