Exclusive Private Tour of Paris

7 Days | Honeymoons & Romance, Wine & Food

This tour is for those looking for the crème de la crème of luxury Parisian experiences.

from $4,999

Enjoy Paris in luxury and style with private guided tours of Paris and the Château of Versailles. From VIP skip-the-line assistance at the airport, to private chauffeur, and a 5-star hotel, you’ll be pampered. Go for a chocolate tour for a decadent off-the-beaten-path experience then catch dinner and show at the famed Lido Cabaret. Take cooking class with a local chef, then go on a river cruise and illuminated tour of the city. Of course, there’s free time built in to go shopping at the boutiques along the Champs-Élysées or to visit Paris's world-class museums.

Day by Day

Day 1: Paris

Private Transfer

A chauffeur will meet you for a private transfer between the airport and your lodging.

VIP Arrival Assistance

Your personal greeter will escort you from your plane through skip-the-line immigration to your chauffeured ride while assisting you with your bags.

Paris view with sunset

 

Day 2: Royal Versailles

Half-Day Private Guided Tour the Château of Versailles

Your English-speaking licensed driver-guide will pick you up at your hotel for transfers to and from Versailles. A stone’s throw from Paris, Versailles is perhaps the greatest symbol of France’s monarchy. It is a lavish, extravagant place. The skip-the-line pass lets you avoid the long lines in the high season, gain some time, and avoid stress.

Visit the unrivaled Hall of Mirrors, stop in the Royal Chapel, and visit the King and Queen’s Royal Apartments. The Royal Opera, constructed entirely from wood, is a sight to behold. It features some spectacular acoustics and is still in use to this day. The fountains and gardens, Europe’s largest royal gardens, are particularly impressive.

versailles in paris view

Day 3: Paris - Chocolate Tour - Dinner and Show

Private transfer

A chauffeur will meet you for a private transfer between your lodging and your tour.

Chocolate Tour

Paris is a city that’s serious about its chocolate. It hosts the annual Salon du Chocolat, the world’s largest event dedicated to the magical cocoa bean. You’ll go on a three-hour guided tour to sample the best chocolates and visit the most famous chocolateries that the city has to offer. The best part? You won’t have to save room for dessert since chocolate is the dessert.

chocolate tasting trip in paris

Private transfer

A chauffeur will meet you for a private transfer between your lodging and your evening out and back.

Dinner and Show at the Lido – “Soirée Étoile”

The Lido will have you seeing stars! Enjoy dinner to the rhythm of a live band. You can even try out a few dance moves yourself on the legendary Lido stage. The Paris Merveilles show dazzles with amazing choreography, the beautiful dancing Bluebell Girls, extravagant costumes, and technological wizardry! The dinner menu includes wine and champagne.

night life dinner paris lido

 

Day 4: Paris - French Cooking Class - Cruise

Private transfer

A chauffeur will meet you for a private transfer between your lodging and your tour.

A French Cooking Class and Lunch

Meet the chef for a hands-on cooking class in English. Over 2 ½ hours learn basic and advanced French cooking techniques. Create a three-course meal while covering fundamental cooking techniques and theory. These techniques are the foundation of any great French meal and French professional cooking certification.

Finally its time for lunch, with some white and red wine to pair with the meal you just created. Your host shares stories on each of the dishes to help illustrate different aspects of French culture. With a bit of history, a touch of sociology, tongue-in-cheek humor, and a heavy dose of gastronomy this is a truly unique Parisian experience.

chef and cooking classes on paris

Custom Half-day Paris Illumination Tour and Seine River Cruise

An English-speaking driver-guide will pick you up at your accommodation for a personalized tour of the City of Light and its major monuments. Is there something specific or off-the-beaten-path that you’re dying to see? Let your driver know or relax and take in the highlights. At night time the monuments are bathed in light making them particularly spectacular. Want to stop somewhere for photos? Your driver-guide knows all the best spots.

The tour doesn’t end in the car though! It also includes a Seine River cruise to see the city from a different perspective. Glide under the iconic Pont Neuf. Keep your eyes peeled for some of the most iconic landmarks in Paris including the Louvre, the Tuileries Garden, the Orsay Museum, the Grand Palais, the Trocadero, and the Conciergerie.

paris tour by night

 

Day 5: Paris - Free Day

Freetime

Explore the museum, go shopping, or enjoy a Michelin-star restaurant.

Suggestion: Self-Guided Visit of the Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter is one of Paris’ best-known areas. It was once the center of the Roman city Lutetia, which became the metropolis we know today.

It contains the famous Sorbonne University and the concentration of students means lots of bookshops and a lively intellectual scene. Students have been here seemingly forever. Since the Middle Ages, France’s finest universities were here. It was at the heart of the infamous May 1968 student protests.

Opposite the Sorbonne, the Hôtel de Cluny houses the Museum of the Middle Ages with the famous The Lady and the Unicorn tapestries. Nearby you can see the Gallo-Roman baths, dating from the first to the third centuries. At the summit of the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, the Panthéon offers a fascinating blend of the past and present. France’s luminaries are immortalized here, but it’s a meeting place for young people.

On sunny days students study and gather in the neighboring Luxembourg Garden.

By day or night, the Latin Quarter is one of Paris’s liveliest districts. Visit the booksellers along the river banks, wander the historic little streets, and admire the mansions. This is where to go to be a part of an authentic Parisian life. There are numerous bars and restaurants in the area. The Les Deux Magots Café dates to 1812. It’s worth having a drink here to follow in the footsteps of Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Simone de Beauvoir for whom it was a favorite. Cinephiles will enjoy exploring here, as the Latin Quarter features prominently in many films.

Restaurant in paris

Day 6: Paris - Free Day

Freetime

Explore the museum, go shopping, or enjoy a Michelin-star restaurant.

Suggestion: Shopping the Champs-Elysées

Walkthrough the Jardin des Tuileries, a large park with extensive gardens in central Paris between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde.

On the other side of Place de la Concorde is the famous Champs-Elysées, the famous tree-lined boulevard features some of the city’s best shopping and dining. Window shop the world’s most prestigious fashion labels. Don’t just confine your shopping trip to the main strip, as there are many fine boutiques in the streets around the Champs-Elysées.

champs élysées in paris at night

Day 7: Paris

Private transfer

A chauffeur will meet you for a private transfer between your lodging and the airport.

Reflection of eiffel tour over seine rivier in paris

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