Make the most of your trip to Paris and do as Parisians do with an express breakfast on the world-famous Champs-Élysées. Afterwards, enjoy skip-the-line entry to the iconic Arc de Triomphe followed by a romantic cruise along the River Seine.
Your day begins at the popular L’Alsace
restaurant located on Champs-Élysées Avenue.
Experience the lifestyle of Parisian people
when you enjoy a plain breakfast that includes a croissant, tea or double
espresso, and a fresh orange juice.
Soak up the authentic charm of the
Champs-Élysées as you watch the locals and tourists go their day.
After breakfast, explore Champs-Élysées
street till the Arc de Triomphe, only a 10-minute walk from L’Alsace.
At the Arc
de Triomphe, pass the long lines and head immediately to the top of the
monument to appreciate iconic perspectives of the Champs-Elysées. Climb to a
height of 50 meters to reach the viewing platform for perspectives of the
encompassing streets that will make the 284-step climb worthwhile. You may also
witness the lights of the everlasting flame every night time at 6:30 pm or
visit the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the foot of the monument.
viewpoint. From the top of the panoramic terrace, your eyes sweep over the
whole of Paris.
revisited Antiquity. Architect Jean-François Chalgrin was inspired by the Roman
Arch of Titus in a single arch, but went beyond it by exceptional dimensions
(about 50 m high, 45 m long and 22 m wide) and abandoning columns.
A key place
of major national events. Wanted by Napoleon in 1806, the Arc de Triomphe was
inaugurated in 1836 by French king, Louis-Philippe, who dedicated it to the
armies of the Revolution and the Empire. The Unknown Soldier was buried at the
base of the arch in 1921. The flame of remembrance is rekindled every day at
Once you’ve experienced the attractions from top of the Arc
de Triomphe, head to the Port de la Bourdonnais subsequent to the Eiffel Tower.
Discover Paris in
a different way on this Seine River Cruise tour.
you’ll enjoy a 1-hour cruise down the Seine River admiring the UNESCO-indexed
riverbanks and Parisian landmarks consisting of the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides,
the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris, and a number of
monumental bridges. See houseboats and floating eating place as you float along
under the bridges throughout the Seine River, adding to the charming ecosystem
of this very unique city.
You can get any
boat in the course of the working hours of the company.