Airport Transfer & Breakfast Tour

Tour

Hotel check is usually at 2pm so what to do when your plane arrives early morning? Let our private driver guide meet and transfer you to Paris for breakfast at a famous cafe or at a restaurant 56 floors up followed by a panoramic tour of the main monuments prior to drop off at the hotel.  

On request we'll recommend a local restaurant near your hotel for lunch after bag drop off.

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Arc de Triomphe Trocadero, Place de la Concorde, Champs Elysées, Grand & Petit Palais,  Opera, and the Louvre, Ile St Louis, Notre Dame, Panthéon, Luxembourg Gardens, St Sulpice Church, and St Germain, Orsay Museum, Les Invalides, Napoleon's Tomb, Ecole Militaire the Eiffel Tower and Alexandre III bridge.

Price per private group of 1 to 4:

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Available:  Daily
Start Time:
 On request
Duration: 3 Hrs
Meeting Point:  On request
Includes: Private Guide
Excludes: Cost of Transfers, Meals,Tastings

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"The tours were wonderful.  Mik was fantastic, knowledgeable and took very good care of us. Christine was great as well.  We enjoyed her insights and her knowledge of Paris and it was all just fantastic.  We wish we had planned to stay in Paris longer, I guess we will just have to go back! It was all great!! Thanks again for working with me to arrange the tours."    John Y


 We offer personalized services to make your trip the most fun and informative possible.  Here are some of the experience we can offer.

Private Guided Tours ( Cost per group up to 4)    
2hr City tour by Car   €260
2hr Highlight Walking Tour of the Louvre   €200
Street Art Walking Tour   €295
Vintage Fashion Walking Tour   €295
Visit Monet’s Home and Garden by Car   €625
Discover the Champagne Region by Car   €690
Other Experiences    
Horse & Carriage Rides   From 209€ per grp
Private 90min Wine Cruise   From 560€ per grp
Gourmet Dinner Cruises From   259€ per grp
Dessert & Baking Classes   119€ pp
Perfume Workshops   119€ pp
Prices vary on group size, duration and inclusions.    

 

 

 

 

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