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Paris: Crazy Horse Cabaret Show

1. Paris: Crazy Horse Cabaret Show

Watch the most sensual dancers in the world performing legendary acts with stunning visual effects. Immerse yourself in the creative and sophisticated world of Crazy Horse Paris with the new show Totally Crazy and discover great performances and creations in this word-renowned Parisian venue. You'll enjoy emblematic cabarets and iconic acts that have revolutionized the venue: Christian Louboutin, Dita Von Teese and Chantal Thomass are all united in a must-see show, exclusively premiering from 3rd to 16th June 2019. Experience 65 years of dazzling creations and craziness packed into 90 enchanting minutes and let the charm of Crazy Horse Paris drive you totally crazy. Crazy Horse Paris is ready to welcome you every day at 12 Avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, two steps away from the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysées and the designer shops of Avenue Montaigne. Discover a legendary venue and a unique and stunning show, a favorite among international artists and celebrities. Like them, go crazy about Le Crazy. Every Sunday at 7 PM dive into the Crazy Horse Paris Legend and immerse yourself in an exclusive and intimate unique experience. Are you tempted to discover Crazy Horse Paris on a truly unique journey? Then visit the cabaret in VIP mode and have a “Crazy Experience” — one that you won’t soon forget... Secrets, anecdotes, behind the scenes... the legendary Crazy Girls reveal the underside of their cabaret and tell you its history during a very private tour full of surprises. Enjoy 1 hour of total immersion, even backstage, where the doors of the former office of Alain Bernardin, the founder of the Crazy Horse, open to you. This cozy boudoir, whose ceiling is mysteriously reflected in a mirror table, is both captivating and intriguing. The “Crazy Experience” is a unique moment welcoming you for 1 hour full of delight (which ends with Champagne and petits fours), before you take your seats in the theater to attend the show in VIP mode.

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Louvre Museum: Tour

2. Louvre Museum: Tour

Get priority entry access to the Louvre Museum and be led by an expert guide on a carefully planned route designed to maximize your time and give you a greater insight into the museum’s top highlights. See the crown jewels of the French Monarchy, gaze back at Da Vinci's enigmatic Mona Lisa, and feel the passion coming from Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People. Listen as your guide brings the art to life on an informative walk through the vast galleries. Explore relics from ancient Egypt and marvel at the impressive collection of Greek and Roman antiquities including the legendary Venus de Milo and the celebrated Winged Victory of Samothrace. Discover timeless sculptures by Michelangelo and Canova, Neoclassical paintings by Jacques-Louis David, and iconic works from the French Romanticism period like The Raft of the Medusa. After the guided tour, spend as much time as you like exploring the museum’s 380,000 objects on display and come out from your visit with a greater appreciation of the Louvre’s treasures.

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Paris: Aquarium de Paris Entrance Ticket

3. Paris: Aquarium de Paris Entrance Ticket

Head to the Trocadéro Gardens in the heart of Paris to enjoy an access to the Aquarium de Paris. Boasting more than 10,000 fish from around the globe, the 3,500-square meter venue offers an exciting introduction to the world’s oceans and rivers. See fearsome sharks and sweet sea urchins. Look out for shy clown fish, and marvel at the sting rays. The marine life hails from areas as diverse as the Reunion Islands of the Indian Ocean to the estuaries and basins of the River Seine. There’s even a touch pool that allows you to stroke and feed the fish. Aquarium de Paris also boasts 2 cinemas that show fascinating National Geographic documentaries, as well as fish related cartoons for the kids. The young ones will also love the ever-changing program of pirate shows and water dances. Spend a magical day with your family or friends, learning more about the life under the water, and enjoy free access to the daily program of interactive workshops (no reservations required).

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Paris: Seine River Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Cruise

4. Paris: Seine River Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Cruise

Explore the sights of Paris at your own pace with a 24 hours or 48 hours pass to the Batobus shuttle service along the River Seine, and jump on and off at 9 strategic stops to see sights such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre, and more. Cruise through the heart of Paris, admiring landmark monuments along the river bank from the comfort of a glassed-in boat. Then, stop to explore further at leisure. • Tour Eiffel - Port de la Bourdonnais. Jump off at the foot of the great Parisian landmark, and ascend for panoramic city views from the viewing platforms. The stop is also convenient for the Cité de l’Architecture museum, where exhibits include casts of French architecture from the 12th to 18th centuries. • Musée d'Orsay - Quai de Solférino. Located a 2-minute walk from the Musée d'Orsay, this stop is perfect for those who want to explore the world of Impressionists artists, such as Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, and Van Gogh. • St-Germain-des-Prés - Quai Malaquais. Hop off near the Institut de France, home of Paris artists and intellectuals, and discover historic sights, such as the famous Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore. • Notre-Dame - Quai de Montebello. Admire the architectural harmony and Gothic gargoyles of the most iconic cathedral in Paris, and explore the carefree student atmosphere of the Latin Quarter. • Jardin des Plantes - Cité de la Mode et du Design. Wander among nature in the main botanical garden of Paris, and explore the museums in the garden grounds, including the Grande Galerie de l'Évolution and Paleontology Museum. The Cité de la mode et du design (also known as "les Docks") was built in 1907 as industrial warehousing for the Ports de Paris. It is a city within the city dedicated to creativity: design, fashion, innovation, and events. The Cité has permanent residents which include restaurants, nightclubs, a museum, and shops. • Hotel de Ville - Pont d'Arcole. Stop here to visit the historic City Hall of Paris, go to the Pompidou Centre, and wander the bohemian streets of the Marais district. • Louvre - Pont Royal and Pont du Carrousel. Discover a Paris quarter where history and the history of art come together, and see centuries of art, from Egyptian antiquities to Renaissance masterpieces. • Place de la Concorde. Stroll down one of the most elegant streets in Paris, home to five-star hotels and chic boutiques, and see the Grand Palais, Petit Palais, and tree-lined Avenue Montaigne. • Invalides - Pont Alexandre III.

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Paris: Pere Lachaise Cemetery Guided Tour

5. Paris: Pere Lachaise Cemetery Guided Tour

Discover an enchanted hill in the center of Paris on a guided tour of the labyrinthine Pere Lachaise Cemetery, world-renowned for its funerary art and as the final resting place for many great men and women from the world of art, music, literarure and history. The most surprising open-air museum in Paris, Pere Lachaise is home to 70,000 graves and 5,300 trees in 44 hectares of landscaped beauty. Your guide will lead you down the cemetery’s cobbled paths to see picturesque tombstones. The necro-romantic safari is certified by the Paris Visitors Bureau, and takes you on a trip through history, where the great celebrities of the past come alive. See the tombs of Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, and Jim Morrison. Discover the final resting place of Molière and Chopin. Pay your respects at the graves of Isadora Duncan and Gertrude Stein, and marvel at the tomb of Héloise and Abélard. Your guide will provide a narrative of energy and passion, balancing humor with historical accuracy to share secrets and anecdotes about the legends of the past and present.

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The Louvre: Small Group Tour with Skip-the-Line Access

6. The Louvre: Small Group Tour with Skip-the-Line Access

Make the most of your time in Paris and beat the crowds with skip-the-line access to the Louvre; the world's biggest museum. On your 3-hour personalized tour, your guide will ensure your day at the Louvre is informative and efficient as you are led through a museum that would normally take weeks to cover. The Louvre is so big that Louis XIV used to ride his horse up and down the Louvre's corridors! Learn about the history of the museum and, of course, the world-famous art on its walls including Da Vinci's Mona Lisa and Canova's Psyche and Cupid. Travel through time and look at art and artifacts dating from 450 B.C. right through to the 19th century. Begin with the medieval foundations of the former royal residence, admire one the world’s most celebrated sculptures, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, and see the royal crowns of Napoleon and King Louis XV.

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Paris: 2-Hour Small Group Louvre Highlights Tour

7. Paris: 2-Hour Small Group Louvre Highlights Tour

The Louvre is a must-see in Paris, not just for its incredible art but for the history held within its walls. This was once a palace where princes rode their horses up and down the hallways; a sprawling complex fortified to protect the first family of France. Go beyond the obvious on the Louvre Highlights Tour, peering behind the artworks to unlock their secrets. See famous French works like Géricault’s ‘Raft of Medusa,' which depicts the true story of shipwrecked sailors driven to cannibalism. Of course da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ will play a major role on your tour. You won’t believe how tiny the Louvre’s most famous artwork is, nor how many guests have tried to destroy her. At the sculpture gallery, encounter another Italian in Michelangelo’s ‘Slaves’; plus Anthony Canova’s incredibly romantic ‘Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss.’ You’ll also get a sense for that other use of the Louvre, as a royal palace. With your guide on hand to point out the details, you’ll notice the beautiful ceiling panels and explore a special room filled with crown jewels. As you explore, have headsets to help you hear your guide and to ensure that you don’t get lost. Traveling in a small group of just 20 people or fewer (including you), means you’ll also find them easier to interact with and question. All the better since they have all the answers. The best, most qualified licensed guides to lead this Louvre tour. Skip the ticket line and enjoy this short (but sweet) adventure into the heart of French art and history.

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What people are saying about Paris

As it turned out, I was the only participant. My guide was most informative. He gave me a lot of good history and background information on the different works of art we looked at. He was also very friendly and personable. The 2 hours just flew by.

Everything were absolutely perfected,well-organised and our guide (think named Hugo..) was well-informed, descriptive and incredible pleasant! The whole experience is highly recommended!

Very nice boat trip on the Seine. We have seen a lot. However, great attention is paid to the mask requirement.

This is an excellent tour to get started on the Louvre

A must see She’s looking for something to do In Paris