This great value Paris sightseeing tour will show you three highlights of this wonderful city in just one day. Take a guided tour of the Louvre, admire the view as you have lunch at the Eiffel Tower and enjoy a guided tour of Ile de la Cite.
As all of these Paris attractions lie on the banks of the River Seine you will travel from point to point on the relaxing river shuttle. Combining the best of Paris in one day – breathtaking art, rich history and beautiful scenery; this Paris tour is a must-do!
This tour is extremely popular and advance booking is highly recommended. Should the tour not be available on your chosen date, we have a version of this which includes lunch at the Eiffel Tower, seine river cruise, a visit to Ile de la Cite and a walking tour of Montmartre, Click here for more details >> or the other alternative which includes relaxing seine cruise, lunch at the Eiffel Tower and glimpse of many other famous landmarks, Click here for more details >>
1 Apr - 31 Oct: Daily except Tuesday
0 Nov - 31 Mar: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
This tour does not operate on the first Sunday of every month.
Make your way to 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).
So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 30 minutes early.
The Paris tour by River Shuttle starts from advised bus terminals at 9:30am.
A short walk from rue des will bring you to the Louvre Museum where your tour group will skip the line and enjoy a guided tour of some of the main rooms. The museum is home to masterpieces like Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the Winged Victory of Samothrace. The famous large metal and glass pyramid in the courtyard serves as the main entrance to the catacombs and has become a landmark of the city of Paris.
You will then take a short walk to board the river shuttle. Since most of the monuments visited on this tour lie on the banks of the river Seine that runs through the city, the river shuttle is a great way to see them all.
The shuttle will take you to the Eiffel Tower where lunch will be served at the restaurant on the first level.
After lunch you will have time to explore on your own before getting on to the river shuttle again to visit Ile de la Cite.
Take a walk around the Ile de la Cite and feast your eyes on the breathtaking magnificence that is Notre Dame Cathedral.
The tour ends here at approximately 4:30pm.
Indicative menu for 58 Tour Eiffel:
You can choose between Starter + Main Course OR Main Course + Dessert, ½ bottle of water with 1 glass of wine or 1 soft drink.
Starter (Choice between):
• Walnuts and "Comte" Cheese salad,
• Vegetables confits mozzarella and basil dressing,
• Egg Mayonnaise, Field Salad
Main Course (Choice between):
• Seared skipjack tuna, risotto with olives,
• Macaronis with mushrooms and chestnuts,
• Roasted Poultry Seasonal vegetables, Strew Sauce
Dessert (Choice between):
• "Fromage blanc" with glazed chestnuts,
• Pistachio custard cream with cherries,
• Crousti Eiffle cake with praline and chocolate
Drink: ½ bottle of water with 1 glass of wine or 1 soft drink
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Due to renovations, Mona Lisa will be shifted to Galerie Médicis (room 801) on level 2 of the Richelieu wing from 17 July till mid-October 19.
Indicative menu may change without notice.
Entrance into religious sites requires a strict dress code. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women. Improper dress could result in refused entry.
Unfortunately this tour is not suitable for those with mobility problems.
The skip-the-line access is subject to the Louvre museum procedures: The Vigipirate plan, the security control or an unforeseen crowd can slow down the entrance.