4.5 hours approximatelyStart time
01 Apr 15- 31 Oct 15: 9:00pm
01 Nov 15 - 24 Mar 16: 7:00pm
25 Mar 16 - 31 Mar 16: 9:00pm
The start point for the tour is 2 rue des Pyramides, 75001, Paris.
The closest metro station is Tuileries (line n°01), Pyramides (line n°14) or Palais Royal (line n°7).
Please report at the meeting point 30 minutes before the start time for check-in. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
You will be dropped off in the vicinity of your hotel in Paris
This tour is a visual treat: see Paris by night as its popular attractions dazzle with light, and enjoy the sensational Lido Show.
After sunset, the avenues, squares and monuments of Paris are illuminated to magical effect. The brilliantly lit popular attractions of Paris like the Place de la Concorde, the Champs Elysees, the Notre Dame Cathedral or the Arc de Triomphe, will dazzle you.
While the glowing attractions charm you, the flashy glitz of the Lido will enthrall you! Located on the prestigious Champs Elysees the current cabaret at the Lido is a new show by Franco Dragone, dedicated to the city of Paris. Special effects, incredible settings, magnificent costumes and pulsating music – all make this show truly a delight to watch.
This tour offers great value for money; you will get a Lido ticket and an illuminations tour for the price of the Lido ticket alone. Don't Miss!
You will be picked in a coach for a tour of the illuminated attractions of Paris and a Lido show.
After dusk, the brilliantly lit monuments and squares of the city are even more magical than during the day. As you are driven past the popular attractions of Paris, learn more about their history and significance.
Some of the sites you will see are:
• Place de la Concorde: This is the most popular square in Paris with a pink granite obelisk which is almost 3300 years old.
• Champs-Elysees: This broad Paris avenue is one of the most famous streets in the world, with cinemas, cafés and fashionable boutiques.
• The Paris Opera: Apart from being the principal opera house in Paris the building is of exceptional architectural interest.
• The Arc de Triomphe: One of the most famous monuments in Paris, this great arch stands at the western end of the Champs-Élysées.
• The Notre Dame Cathedral: The imposing Gothic style cathedral where Napoleon crowned himself as the emperor.
Later in the evening, , visit Lido, one of the most famous cabarets in the world and watch its newest show Paris Merveilles by Franco Dragone, dedicated to the city of Paris. The show keeps the core of the Lido revues and brings on the stage the energy and amazing artistry of the designers and the dazzling Bluebell Girls. You will be served a glass of champagne while you enjoying watching the spectacular show.
You will be dropped off in the vicinity of your hotel in Paris.
Please call the local activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
On Friday and Saturday in winter the tour attends the 2nd showing at the Lido. During this time you will be offered a Seine Cruise between the illuminations tour and the Lido, on such occasions the tour will end at 01:00am. (This may also be the case on weekdays in winter).
Formal dress required. Gentlemen are required to wear tie and jacket.
Cloakroom compulsory at Lido (not included).
Please note that check-in will close 10 minutes before excursion start time.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
excellent show & night tour...Nakul Pathak
A most enjoyable evening out. It really shows the beauty of the city by night and is topped off by the scintillating Lido cabaret show. I would most recommend it as a "Must do"...Lorna Sewgoolam
The pick up was very convenient to where we were lodging and the drop off at the hotel was a huge plus. Our guide was pleasant and helpful. I highly recommend the Lido Cabaret....Rosemary Quatrano