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Private Tour in France
Luxury Tours in France

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Guided tour itinerary in 3 days and 3 nights

This tour may be purchased only as add-on to one of our other tours.

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Chateau de Versailles
It is my pleasure to welcome you to your private tour of Paris, a guided three-day trip which can be added on to any of my other luxury tours. I am Claudio, your driver guide, and I have personally developed this itinerary to allow you an exclusive, luxury experience of the capital city of France. It includes visits to Champs-Elysees, Arch of Triumph, Concorde Square, Louvre Museum, Montmartre, Moulin Rouge show, Notre-Dame, Marais, Invalides, Eiffel Tower and a day tour to Versailles. Specific highights include a Louvre Museum guided tour, a Moulin Rouge late night Champagne show, a cheese-tasting dinner, Eiffel Tower fine cuisine dinner and a cruise on the river Seine by bateau-mouche.

your own guide3 nights' accommodation are included: 2 nights in the evenings of day 1 and 2, and one night to choose either before or after the tour.

I am happy to further customise this tour in any way to meet your needs including altering its duration.

Before or after this tour, I recommend our other tours in France.

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Paris, The City of Romance
Luzury tour in Paris with a private chauffeur Paris is well known as both the capital of France and one of the most romantic locations in the world. There is just so much to do here whether you want to visit the famous Louvre Museum or have a meal in the Eiffel Tower where you might catch a bird's eye view of Paris. You also have the long Champs-Elysees strip to visit, which plays host to the famous Arch of Triumph. On top of this all you have the Notre Dame Cathedral as well as the nearby romantic palaces of Versailles. There will not be a quiet moment whilst you are in Paris.

your own chauffeurThere are plenty of dinner shows to keep you entertained, perhaps the most famous being the 'Moulin Rouge' Show. You can even sample some of the culinary delights in one of the many restaurants and patisseries located within Paris. Top that all off with a romantic cruise along the River Seine.

As you can see there is a lot to do in Paris, and with it being such a big city you will struggle to fit it all in unless you know exactly what you are doing and where you are going. Hire a private Chauffer who will accompany you every step of the way, say goodbye to those pesky public transport and say hello to the most fun filled vacation you have ever experienced.
paris tour itinerary 3-day guided city tour - available only as an extension to one of our other tours.

Tour starts and ends in : Paris
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Tour duration in days : 3

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Days Itinerary
Paris - Champs-Elysées - Louvre - Montmartre - Moulin Rouge - Paris

Morning Paris tour:

The Arch of Triumph; one of the most famous monuments in Paris.
Your exclusive guided tour of Paris will take you to see the sights along the Avenue des Champs-Elysees, including views right down the 1.5 mile long avenue from the Arch of Triumph to Concorde square.
vacation tour franceOn the first morning of your A La Carte France tour of Paris, experience the luxurious Avenue des Champs-Elysees; a one and a half mile long and 200 feet wide avenue which runs between the Place de la Concorde and the Place Charles de Gaulle. Here you can enjoy a range of cafes, luxury shops, and theatres including the Grand Palais and the Theatre Marigny, and experience views right down the avenue from the Arch of Triumph to Concorde square. You can also see the famous Louvre museum; a former historic palace that is home to an extensive collection of art (more than 75,000 paintings) including many Roman sculptures and Da Vinci's Mona Lisa.

Afternoon Paris tour:
Experience a guided tour of the luxurious Sacre Coeur church.
Enjoy a personally guided walking tour of the village of Montmartre and experience its iconic old streets and vineyards, and the Romano-Byzantine style Sacre Coeur church at the summit of the Montmartre hill.
vacation holiday in franceIn the afternoon, your private guide will take you to the village of Montmartre where you can experience a guided walk through its old streets, gardens and unique vineyard. Visit the place du Tertre, home to many artists, and enjoy Romano-Byzantine style architecture of the Sacre Coeur church which provides views across Paris. Following your day of sightseeing, your guide will take you to enjoy a unique dinner with cheese tasting. After dinner enjoy a show at one of Paris' oldest cabarets, the Moulin Rouge which was made famous by Toulouse Lautrec and is home of the French Can-Can! First night in Paris

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Paris - Ile de La Cité - Marais - Eiffel Tower - Paris

Morning Paris tour:

The Conciergerie in the west of the Ile de la Cite was formerly a jail.
Travel with your personal A La Carte France tours guide to the site of the ancient city of Lutece; the Isle de la Cite. Here you can view the Conciergerie where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned during the French Revolution.
vacation luxury tourBegin the second day of your tour by visiting the Isle de la Cite, the site of the beginnings of the ancient city of Lutece, which later became Paris. Your A La Carte France tour guide will take your to visit the Conciergerie where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned during the French Revolution, and the Sainte Chapelle, the jewel-like chapel within renowed for its incredible stained glass windows. You can also experience the Notre-Dame Cathedral, which was one of the very first Gothic cathedrals and took 300 years to build, and a leisurely stroll down the Left Bank of the River Seine to view bouquinistes which display an array of secondhand books, posters, prints, and souvenirs.

Afternoon Paris tour:
Travel to the Place des Vosges; one of the most beautiful and serene in Paris.
Experience a guided tour of the Place des Vosges, one of the oldest and most attractive planned squares in Paris and home to many 17th and 18th C mansions that have been converted into famous museums.
travel with limoThe afternoon part of your tour will take you to the Eiffel Tower Mansions of the Marais where you can experience classic 17th century hotels particuliers. Your guided walking tour here includes the beautiful Place des Vosges, which is surrounded by an ensemble of 36 symmetrical pale pink stones townhouses and contains an array of clothing boutiques, antique shops, boulangeries / patisseries, tea shops and bistrots. You can also see the Hotel des Invalides which was commissioned by Louis XIV in 1671 to house homeless war veterans. In the evening, visit the Tour Eiffel and enjoy a luxurious dinner in one the finest, award-winning restaurants in Paris, the exclusive Jules Verne. Second night in Paris

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Paris - Versailles - Paris

Morning Paris tour:

Take a guided tour of luxury Hall of Mirrors; the central gallery of the Palace of Versailles.
Your guided tour leads you to the famous grand palace: The Chateau de Versailles. Attractions within include the King and Queen's luxurious private apartments, the famous chandeliers of the Hall of Mirrors, and the beautiful orange trees in the gardens.
touring franceYour tour today will take you to the city of Versailles where you can personally experience the famous grand palace, The Chateau de Versailles which was transformed from a hunting lodge by Louis the Fourteenth in the 17th Century. Here you can visit the King and Queen's luxurious private apartments, the famous chandeliered Hall of Mirrors, and the beautiful orange trees, fountains and canal which adorn the gardens.

Afternoon Paris tour:
Your trip will take you  to the Grand Trianon; a royal retreat.
Visit the Grand Trianon, with your A la Carte France tour guide. This palace made from pink marble and porphyry was built as a place of relaxation for the king and royal family.
tour with private guideFollowing your palace tour, your A La Carte France tour guide will take you to the Grand Trianon, a palace made from pink marble and porphyry which was built as a place of relaxation for the king and royal family when they wanted to escape the stiff etiquette of the royal court of Versailles. Enjoy the Italian architecture of this elegant, single-storey palace notebaly the sculpures of its balustrade, and the orange blossoms and perennials of its surrounding French style gardens. After your Versailles visit, your guide will drop you off in Paris to spend the evening at your leisure. Third night in Paris

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Please feel free to enquire about any private luxury tours in France. We are always happy to suggest an itinerary for your specific needs. We regret however we are unable to accept bookings for tours shorter than 10 days.

Prices of this tour
(all prices are per person and include private transport, private driver-interpreter and accommodation)
4-6 passengers per person
2-3 passengers per person
US $5,350
US $6,300
US $15,100
US $16,800
This tour may be purchased only as add-on to one of our other tours.

Boutique / Luxury price includes: private driver-interpreter throughout the tour, private local guides, transport (air conditioned minivan or large sedan), all entrance fees as per suggested itinerary, porterage, accommodation in boutique / luxury (best available) style small hotels and Bed & Breakfasts (comfortable double room with private bathroom), continental breakfasts, light lunches (i.e. quiche, sandwich, soup), dinners in fine cuisine restaurants (3 items to choose freely à la carte) with best available local wine (half a bottle per dinner per person), all taxes and tolls. This price does not include: optional tipping (not compulsory), personal expenses, insurance, flights to and from France, drinks other than mentioned and optional activities.

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To secure your booking, A La Carte France Tours need 30% non refundable deposit a.s.a.p. (usually 3-12 months ahead); balance is payable 60 days before the start of the tour. Visa / MasterCard accepted for 30% deposit payment only. Please use the secure payment means as described during our booking correspondence.

Cancellations: the 30% deposit is non refundable; 20% of balance refunded for cancellations received in writing until the day before departure; no refund for cancellations received later.

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Louis 14
Louis XIV Louis XIV was fond of figs, melons, and strawberries, even in the winter. To this end a vegetable garden was built on the marshes of the Puant, a less-than-pleasant-smelling pool. This was the famous King's Vegetable Garden at Versailles castle, and it supplied his table with fresh vegetables and the first fruits of the season. One can still see and buy the blue Hungarian pumpkin, Siamese squash, kiwi, and black currants. Another curiosity of a Versailles tour may be the Osmothèque, where, among 1,400 perfumes, both the eau de toilette used by the Sun King and Napoleon's cologne are still preserved.
Versailles Time has not changed the splendor created by the Sun King. Travelers are still dazzled by the castle, the hall of mirrors, the sovereigns' apartments, the throne room, the gallery of battles, and the gardens, all created by the best artists of the age. Versailles was a royal hunting ground when the court still resided at Saint-Germain-en-Laye. It was particularly beloved of Louis XIII, the Melancholy King, who had a pavilion built for concerts given in his honor. Orphaned at the age of five, Louis IV inherited his father's love for Versailles.