French Tours, Attractions and Landmarks
You'll experience the Moulin Rouge's new "Feerie" review and the essence of Parisian cabaret. A troupe of 100 artists, including 60 legendary Doriss dancers, will entertain you dressed in exotic costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins.
The sumptuous sets and vibrant light show of "Feerie" provide a colorful backdrop for brilliantly choreographed performances on moving staircases, in a gigantic aquarium, on swings and in garden settings.
The Moulin Rouge is the number-one show in Paris, if not the whole of Europe. No wonder it sells out quickly. Don't miss your chance to see the world-renowned showgirls and French Cancan dancers strut their stuff on the Moulin Rouge's historic stage.
Moulin Rouge Paris sells out months in advance. Book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
If you'd like to see the Moulin Rouge show "Feerie" (105 minutes), pre-book your 9 pm or 11 pm tickets (including champagne) here.
For 110 years, the most legendary French cabaret has welcomed millions of spectators who have come to admire the famous French Cancan.
Le Moulin Rouge is world famous thanks to its French Cancan, and immortalized by the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. The sumptuous shows at the Moulin Rouge feature feathers, rhinestones and sequins, fabulous settings, original music and, of course, the most beautiful girls in the world.
Many international stars have performed on stage at the Moulin Rouge including Ella Fitzgerald, Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra and Elton John. They have all put on exceptional shows, following in the footsteps of French celebrities such as Maurice Chevalier, Jean Gabin, Edith Piaf and Yves Montand.
Experience the grandeur of Versailles Palace and Gardens on a small group tour from Paris.
With a maximum of only eight per group, this small group trip to Versailles ensures a more intimate experience with individual service from your guide. Hotel pickup from centrally located Paris hotels is included, taking all the guess work out of your trip
You can choose from a half-day tour, either in the morning or afternoon, or a full-day tour including lunch. On both the half-day and full-day tours you'll also be able to wander around the garden's groves and pools. If you visit Versailles on a Saturday or Sunday during April to October, you can see the famous fountain show in the gardens. The display is accompanied by music composed at the time of Louis XIV.
After lunch, it's time to explore the palace gardens and take a visit to the Queen's Hamlet, where Marie-Antoinette played at being a shepherdess in the 1780s. You'll then take a guided tour of the Grand Trianon, a mini palace where Louis XV and Louis XVI liked to lead a quiet life outside the court of Versailles.
Whether you are a wine novice or a wine lover, where better to become a connoisseur of French wines than Paris?
You'll learn all about French wines on the Wine Tasting in Paris, with a choice of three specially designed wine tastings.
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This relaxed and fun tasting highlights the appreciation of fine French wines. Presented in English by a professional sommelier, you'll taste the award-winning wines of France in a royal cellar near the Louvre, used by the sommelier of Louis XV. From Sancerre to Champagne, from Burgundy to Bordeaux, taste a variety of wines while learning about the history of French wine.
You have three options to choose from.
One-hour three selected French wines accompanied by bread snacks - simple introduction to wine tasting techniques.
1.5-hour cheese and wine lunch - a more in-depth tasting of five selected French wines, accompanied by a tray of French cheeses, charcuterie and bread, and information on food and wine pairing.
Two-hour masterclass - the ultimate wine tasting, with six selected French wines, Champagne and bread, plus information about food and wine pairings, how to read a French wine label, where to find the grapes you like in France... Great tips and plenty of fun anecdotes too.
Cruise down the Seine River on a dinner cruise which combines Paris sightseeing, French cuisine and evening entertainment in one unforgettable package.
During dinner there's sophisticated entertainment from a singer and band as you glide along the Seine River.
Your fabulous three-course French dinner is prepared on board by Chef Gras, an Academie Culinaire de France chef, and his team. While enjoying the dishes, you'll glide down the Seine River aboard a Bateaux Parisiens boat. Bateaux Parisiens boats have a unique glass roof and panoramic windows, providing unobstructed views of the illuminated riverside sights of Paris.
The cruise departs from the Eiffel Tower and sails along the Left Bank to the illuminated Ministry of Finance building at Bercy. The cruises return to the lights of the Eiffel Tower via the Right Bank.
There are three dinner cruise options to choose from.
Service Etoile Option
Service Select Option
Service Premier Option
Discover Disneyland Resort, a Magical Kingdom not so far away - somewhere between a place where you wish upon a star and dreams come true, and classic Disney heroes and heroines live once upon a time in fairytales that are, happily, never ending.
You can choose either a 1 park ticket or a 2 park ticket - the choice is yours.
Departure Point: Central Paris location
Eiffel Tower: The tallest structure in the world until 1930, a popular tourist destination for spectacular views of the City of Paris.
La Defense: Modernistic building in Paris that is home to 70 percent of the largest corporations in France.
Latin Quarter/Left Bank: Lively neighborhood district in Paris a stone's throw from Notre Dame famous for its many cafes, bookstores and literary connections.
Les Halles: A large central market and shopping forum in Paris containing sculptures, fountains and mosaics.
Louvre: Largest museum in the world, including several of the world's most prestigious works of art, such as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, The Virgin and Child with St. Anne, Virgin of the Rocks and Alexandros of Antioch's Venus de Milo.
Online Reservations: Don't waste time waiting in queues Take a Louvre Museum prioritized guided tour.
Make a booking and jump the queue to make the most of your limited time inside the world's largest museum. After your guided tour, you can stay on if you want to and continue exploring the Louvre Museum at your leisure.
Your prioritized guided tour of Paris' Louvre Museum focuses on three world-famous works, the Venus de Milo, the Victory of Samothrace and Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, painted at the beginning of the 16th century.
The Louvre Museum has always been popular but it's now even more of a drawcard since the phenomenal success of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code.
By booking your place on this tour you can skip the queues and see the famous Mona Lisa without the hassles.
Throughout the tour your guide-interpreter will bring back to life the history of the Palace of Versailles where, from 1682, Louis XIV officially settled his court and his government.
In particular, you will discover the Great Royal Apartments, the Hall of Mirrors and the Queen's Apartments.
Take advantage of some free time at the end of the excursion to stroll
through the French gardens surrounded by sculptures (statues, busts, marble
vases) made from 1661 by teams of sculptors initially supervised by Charles Le
Brun, the King's favorite painter.
Please note, the first Sunday of each month the visit will be unguided, you will be provided with an audio guide.
Arc de Triomphe: Monument in Paris commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1806 after the victory of Austerlitz. Beneath the Arc is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from the First World War.
Other French Attractions and Landmarks
Centre George Pompidou: Home to the National Museum of Modern Art, a unique cultural and artistic center with daring and strange architecture in the Old Beaubourg area of Paris. The second most visited museum in Paris (after the Louvre).
Champs Elysees: One of the most famous streets in the world, a broad tree-lined avenue in Paris with many luxury specialty shops, cafes and theaters.
Chateau de Chantilly: Historic chateau, art gallery and park less than an hour away from Paris in Chantilly, France.
Luxembourg Garden: Largest public park in Paris known for its Boat Lake and many beautiful statutes and sculptures.
Montmartre/Sacre Coeur: The Sacre-Coeur is a beautiful basilica and a flagship of Catholic devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Paris.
Musee d'Orsay: Museum in Paris on the left bank of the Seine exhibiting French art dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography.
National Library: Also known as the Bibliotheque Nationale de France, the repository of all that is published in France.
Notre Dame: Famous Cathedral in Paris dating to the 13th centurey, and one of the masterpieces of Gothic art in Western Europe.
Opera Bastille: Modern opera house in Paris, also used for ballet performances.
Opera Garnier: Opera house, also known as the Paris Opera, build it 1669 and known as one of the architectural masterpieces of its time.
Place de la Concorde: An impressive and beautiful public square in the heart of Paris that once hosted the guillotine that put to death Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette, and Robespierre. Today it contains a number of statutes, the Obelisk of Luxor and is a perfect place for an afternoon stroll and people-watching.
Palais Royal: Historic palace and garden north of the Louvre.:
Parc Asterix: Amusement park 35 km north of Paris.
Picasso Museum: Museum in the heart of Paris containing several thousand works of art by Pablo Picasso.
Roland Garros Stadium: Home of the French Open Grand Slam tennis tournament in southwest Paris.