Visit Paris
Paris is often considered as one of the most beautiful capitals of the world.
From the historical center with l’Ile de la Cité and Notre-Dame to the more popular quarter of Montmartre, each district has its own characteristics and stories to be told.
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We will be pleased to organize for you a tailor-made journey in Paris, from the hotel bookings to the activities planning and we will make sure you will enjoy your stay with us.
Suggestions : a visit of Paris on a cruise boat (possibility to organize a lunch or dinner), visit of Château de Versailles with a professional guide, a night visit at the Louvre Museum or Orsay Museum, an entire day devoted to shopping with a personal chauffeur… 

Here are some of our favorite places to visit...



The visit of the Eiffel Tower is a must-do while you are in Paris !
This world-famous Parisian icon is 324 meters (tall) and one of the most frequented cultural site with millions of visitors per year !
Inaugurated during the 1889 World’s Fair, the monument is a great testimony of the French engineers’ know-how of the time.
From its construction, the Tower aroused the disagreement of some of the biggest intellectual and artistic names. But sooner or later, its untypical figure won the Parisians’ heart and eventually conquered the rest of the world.
Let’s say that today, Paris would never be the same without its « Iron Lady ».


Connecting the Place Charles de Gaulle-Etoile with the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde with the Obelisk, the Champs Elysées is a major venue of the capital for many reasons.
Browsing in boutiques has never been so easy : from luxury shops to designers brands, get the latest trends in fashion. Then, take a break and stop by a café or a gourmet restaurant. And for an entertaining evening, don’t miss out the programmings of the best theatres, cinemas or cabarets and at night, why not lose yourself to dance in a night-club ! The night is always young in Paris.


One of the capital’s gem, Notre-Dame was popularized by French writer Victor Hugo in his Hunchback of Notre-Dame in the 19th century. 
With a construction dating from the early 12th century, the cathedral is a magnificent example of gothic architecture and showcases refined and delicate details. To this day, it remains a true aesthetic joy for the modern eye.


Lovers of the living arts, the Opera Garnier is the finest venue to attend the major ballets and operas.
Ordered by Napoleon III, designed by architect Charles Garnier and inaugurated in 1875, this impressive building offers a blend of architectural styles and amazes with its opulent decor.


Home to the artists at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, Montmartre was immortalized by many great painters such as Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne or Soutine.
Immerge yourself into the spirit of the Old Montmartre : wander in the narrow cobbled streets, enjoy a traditional lunch at a restaurant with a glass of wine followed with a dessert in one of the baker’s shops. Such a delight !
And of course, a nice evening wouldn’t be complete without the traditional French Can Can at the Moulin Rouge !
Set on top of Montmartre’s hill, the majestic Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur overlooks Paris since the end of the 19th century.
Inspired by Roman-Byzantine style, the basilica is recognizable thanks to the domes and the whiteness of the stones. An outstanding mosaique representing Jesus Christ ornates the interior and you might be surprised to know that the Sacred Heart is also home to the biggest bell in the world, with its 19 tonnes.