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Get a true taste of Parisian life during a Paris Food and Wine Tour!  Paris is known the world over for its gourmet cuisine, rare cheeses, and exquisite wine.  And, anyone on a Paris vacation would be remiss not to sample at least a little of the good life while in the city.  Why not take in dinner and a show with a Moulin Rouge Show Ticket and Dinner?  Or, embark on a Lunch Cruise on Seine River and savor delicious food while checking out the most important Paris attractions.  You can even explore the Wine Promenade in Montmartre and enjoy 3 glasses of the good stuff.  Alternatively, you’ll find gourmet French cooking classes or chocolate-making classes.  That way, you can learn something during your Paris Food and Wine Tour that will allow you to enjoy a little bit of Paris back at home.  And, if you really want to go all out during your Paris holiday, you can taste the divine offerings of Le 58 Tour Paris restaurant inside the Eiffel Tower.  Sitting down to a great meal with spectacular views of the city is one of the most sensational things to do in Paris!



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Our tips for Food & Wine


  • No Photos, Please.Unfortunately, photography is strictly forbidden inside Moulin Rouge, even before and after the show.And, the guards are usually pretty alert.So, put the camera away.
  • First Timers. If it’s your first Paris vacation, then we recommend you book your River Seine Cruise for the daytime.While the city lights have their appeal during the evening, a daytime cruise ensures the best visibility for viewing Paris attractions.
  • You’re not on the List.If you are looking forward to a Paris wine tasting, please keep in mind that these events are immensely popular and fully booked for weeks in advance.Consider booking online well before the beginning of your Paris sightseeing trip.

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Best time to visit

If you’re looking for great weather, the best time to take a Paris Food and Wine Tour is from spring to early summer and October to early November.  You’ll find that the climate is temperate and mild compared to the heat of summer and the chilly winter.  Furthermore, embarking on a Paris Food and Wine Tour during these shoulder seasons means you are less likely to be frustrated huge crowds like you would in summer.  Speaking of which, the hot summer sun isn’t totally unbearable.  But, the crowds at major Paris attractions can be.  Despite that fact, summer is still the most popular time to take a Paris vacation.  Once you’re there, figuring out the best time of day to take a Paris Food and Wine Tour really depends on you.  If you’re taking a gourmet foodie tour, then you should plan it for a time when you’ll be hungry.  If you’re interested in a romantic wine tasting, then you might want to book it for just before sunset.  And, if you’d like to book dinner and a show, then try reserving your table for the evenings in order to enjoy the proper ambiance.  It’s what to do in Paris!

Getting there

Getting to the starting point for your Paris Food and Wine Tour is simple!  Paris is home to one of the most efficient public transportation systems on Earth.  Whether you prefer to take the Metro, RER, taxi, or bike, you’ll soon discover that you have lots of different choices.  The Paris Metro is fast, punctual, and has a ton of stops.  Wherever you plan to go, you can be sure that there will be a Metro stop right by the meeting point for your tour.  The RER train has a lot to offer, too!  It makes fewer stops than the Metro; so, depending on where you are going, it could be faster.  But, more importantly, it offers fantastic views of the city as you ride along.  Taxis are usually pretty clean and are a convenient option.  But, they are one of the priciest modes of transportation in the city.  If you love the outdoors, then renting a bicycle and pedaling around town can save you a bunch of money.  Plus, it allows you to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city.  Lastly, you could get around town like a local and simply walk.  If your hotel is located in the center of town, then enjoying a peaceful, short walk to the starting point for your Paris Food and Wine Tour is one of the best things to do in Paris.


Money saving tips

Short on cash?  That’s O.K.  You can save a bundle during your Paris Food and Wine trip by packaging together two different Paris attractions!  That way you pay a little less for each activity.

Did you know?

Quick Trivia – Dazzle your friends with these Paris Food & Wine fun facts!


  • On February 27th, 1915, the Moulin Rouge burnt to the ground.And, it wasn’t until 6 years later, in 1921, that the cabaret was reopened.
  • As you glide along the water during your River Seine Cruise, reflect on the fact that Joan of Arc’s ashes were scattered in the river just 80 miles away in the city of Rouen.
  • Viticulture began in southern Gaul during the 6th century B.C.It was Greek immigrants who brought their knowledge of wine-making to the region.
  • Within the E.U., France has over 50 varieties of protected cheeses that can only be made in their respective regions.By comparison, Italy has 46 and Spain has 26.


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