Paris is called the “City of Light” because for centuries, artists and poets have found inspiration in the unique way the sun plays on the urban landscape. But for those who are fans of seeing Paris at night, the city’s nickname takes on an entirely new meaning.
The Seine is the heart of Parisian life; it’s nearly impossible to spend time in the city and not stroll along its banks at some point. And if you’ve done so, you may have seen the river cruises gliding along, or the house boats and barges moored at docks. Wouldn’t it be cool to combine the two? Well, now you can – with an overnight Seine River cruise!
We are shocked and saddened by the recent tragic events in Paris. Our team members are on the ground in Paris, actively working with our local partners to assess the situation and provide our support in this difficult time.
We also want to keep you informed of what is happening for your own travel purposes. Read on for the latest news and security updates.
Not many people have a Paris sewers tour on the top of their “Must Do” vacation list. But for those who are looking for a truly offbeat sightseeing experience that’s actually really fun and interesting, this is the thing for you! Here are our top 8 reasons why.
As you can imagine, shopping in Paris is paradise – but it’s not all Chanel and Givenchy. There’s something for everyone in the stores of Paris, no matter your size, style, budget, and preference. Let’s take a look at our options.
Of the multitude of Parisian dining experiences that come to mind—moules frites in a dim-light brasserie, profiteroles in a sleek patisserie, escargot in a quaint Marais cafe—a multi-course meal inside the Eiffel Tower has got to be the crème de la crème. Actually, I would have considered it a dining experience too out of reach, had I not come across Viator’s VIP Eiffel Tower Gourmet Dinner with Champagne and Trocadero View Seating.
Paris is understandably on the top of every traveler’s list. But there’s a whole world of beauty, fun and adventure waiting for you outside the City of Light. All you have to do is get there! And we’re going to tell you how, with our top tips for traveling around France.
The Louvre in Paris is one of the world’s largest museums, a historic monument and the most visited museum on the planet, containing nearly 35,000 pieces of art. Which also means it gathers famously long lines and that navigating the immense space can be a daunting challenge. Which is why, on a recent trip to Paris, when I found myself torn between wanting to see works like the “Mona Lisa” but not wanting to spend the entire day waiting in line or lost within palatial walls, I decided on a Skip the Line: Paris Louvre Museum Guided Tour.
With so much to see and do in Paris, sometimes people bypass the city’s churches once they’ve seen just one. But there are some Paris churches that simply should not be missed! Here are our picks.