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Holiday type Escorted tours
Country France
Resort Paris
Travel type Train
Price range From £299
Travel partner Riviera Travel
Duration 3 nights
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Notre Dame, L’Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Champs Élysées, Sacre Coeur, Eiffel Tower and much, much more. The shops such as Galeries Lafayette and the smart arcaded rue de Rivoli are legendary. Here you are only a short walk from the Louvre - home of the most well-known painting in the world, the Mona Lisa. The Place de la Concorde, the largest square in the city, shows off 18th Century French architecture at its best and just over on the left bank you’ll find the Musée d’Orsay, home of the world’s finest Impressionist art collection. The eccentrically modern and yet stylish Pompidou Centre famous for not only its exhibits, but street entertainment of the area too. Visit the islands in the middle of the river Seine, dominated by the cathedral of Notre Dame and the spire of the Ste. Chapelle or take a stroll through the Tuileries gardens, especially spectacular during the Spring.

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The price of this holiday is per person, based on two people sharing a twin room. Single rooms are subject to availability at a supplement of £95 per person. The price includes three nights bed and breakfast, return standard class reserved seat on Eurostar, return coach transfer from Paris, Gare du Nord rail station to your hotel, guided sightseeing tour of Paris ‘By Day,' guided sightseeing tour of Paris ‘By Night’, visit to Montmartre and the services of a Riviera tour manager.

Please note there is a £10 or £15 supplement for certain regional stations

  • Return rail connections on selected dates from more than 30 regional stations
  • Return standard class reserved seat on Eurostar from London St. Pancras International or Ebbsfleet International to Paris
  • Coach transfer from Paris, Gare du Nord rail station to your hotel, and return
  • Three nights bed and breakfast in a hotel located approximately two miles from Notre Dame
  • Comprehensive sightseeing tour of Paris
  • Paris 'By Night' tour
  • Visit to the Chateau of Versailles
  • Visit to Montmartre
  • Services of an experienced tour manager
  • Not included
    Entrance to Cháteau of Versailles €15, Bateaux Mouches optional cruise €11, approximate costs, payable locally.

    Please note there is a £10, £20, £25 or £50 supplement for certain regional stations
    Day one

    Board a late morning/early afternoon Eurostar service from London St. Pancras International to Paris arriving 2 hrs 15 mins later. Exact times will be indicated on travel documents. Some departures may travel on a different train. A coach will then take you to your hotel, the three star Hotel Ibis.

    Day two

    After breakfast you have a sightseeing tour when you will see the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe and the other attractions. This afternoon, you visit the Château of Versailles, its gardens and its typical provincial town. During the evening, you experience a classic night tour with the whole city illuminated.

    Day three

    This morning you visit Montmartre, home to the famous artists and street entertainers of Paris. You can see Vincent van Gogh’s and Renoir’s houses, the only vineyard in the city, plus the Moulin Rouge. The afternoon and evening are then free, so you can explore the city at leisure.

    Day four

    Take the short journey to the station, to board an early afternoon Eurostar service back to London St. Pancras International.
    Hotel Ibis

    Modern and comfortable. It has a bar and restaurant which serves set price menus and à la carte. The French classification of the hotel is 2**nn (nouvelle normes) (equivalent to a three star UK hotel) and the bedrooms have ensuite facilities together with direct-dial telephone, air conditioning, alarm and TV. The hotel is situated approximately two miles from the Arc de Triomphe or Notre Dame, the geographical centre of the city, in a pleasant area and near a metro station, enabling you to explore Paris with ease.

    Timhotel Paris XVII Bd Berthier

    A modern, comfortable, three star hotel in the north-west of Paris. It has a small bar and a popular buffet restaurant, with an outdoor terrace. The rooms are air-conditioned with flat-screen TV and tea-making facilities. There are safes in the rooms, along with an alarm and radio. The metro station is right outside the hotel, with direct access to the Champs Elysees. The Hotel is roughly two miles from the Arc de Triomphe.
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    15-Nov-2014 Bath Station 00:00 00:00 3 299.00 please call
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    Fantastic short break in Paris with Suzann as guide. She clearly loves the city and knows it well. We normally travel independently, but with Riviera its excellent value + you can pick and choose how much you join in. suzann genuinely cares about the customers without being patronising and she looked after someone who was very sick. Please pass our thanks to her. Annette and Tim
    Apr 2011
    Annette Rimmer
    Just to say that our trip to Paris with Riviera Travel was excellent in every respect... But, most especially, I am writing to say how very, very impressed we were with our Tour Guide. Richard just has to be the best tour guide anyone could possibly hope to have! Congratulations on employing such an efficient, pleasant gentleman.
    Aug 2009
    D & H
    Me & my mother have just been on one of your guided tours and would like to express how well we thought the trip was organised and executed. This was our first time on an escorted tour, I found it had the right balance between guided tours and free time. In such a short time it is amazing how much we packed in. Alot of our enjoyment was down to our tour guide Andy - he inspired with his love of Paris. Thanks to the Observer - a good recommendation!
    Aug 2009
    Mr T. Meadley
    The hotel was excellent, but our stay was made perfect by your tour guide Andy. His knowledge of the history of Paris and his fluent speaking of the language was admirable, he had time for everyone on the tour and nothing was too much trouble for him.
    Nov 2008
    Mr M. Arnott
    Our tour manager was excellent. She made Paris 'come alive' with her enthusiasm and profound knowledge of the city and its history. This was indeed a holiday to remember and we felt really well looked after.
    Mrs E.A. Griffiths
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