Make your customers discover Paris and the rest of France with our partner ParisCityVision! Book one of our amazing walking tour with experienced guides. It’s a great way to learn about famous sights and local places. Your clients want to discover others amazing cities in France? We have what you’re looking for with day trip to beautiful cities like Bordeaux, ranked the trendiest city in the world by Lonely Planet!
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Have a look below to some of the tours we are offering :
Medieval Paris Tour: Notre Dame Cathedral and Sainte Chapelle
Our partner guide will take the customers through the heart of a Medieval Paris as they visit two icons of Medieval architecture: Sainte Chapelle and Notre Dame Cathedral.
The guide will meet the guests on Ile de la Cité, near the equestrian statue of Charlemagne in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, where the tour will leave at 2:00 p.m.
The tour will begin with a guided visit of the Notre Dame Cathedral to discover its history and mysteries. Built between the 12th and the 14th century, Paris’s iconic Cathedral was made famous by the coronation of Napoleon I in 1804. To begin, the guide will explain the significance of the exterior façade. The western facade looking out on the church square gives the church an imposing appearance, which has captivated contemporary art and architecture specialists. The façade displays many symbols related to the Virgin Mary. It includes three large portals: a central portal called the Portal of Judgment incarnates the Final Judgment; to the right, a Mother and Child in Romanesque style are depicted on the Sainte-Anne Portal; the Portal of the Virgin, on the left of the monument, recounts the death of Mary and the coronation. Victor Hugo popularized the Cathedral in his literary works, including the archetypal “Hunchback of Notre Dame.”The visit will then continue inside the edifice, where light seems to burst through the stained-glass windows, giving the Cathedral a spiritual dimension. Admire its three sizable, magnificent rose windows. The west-facing rose window is located on the western facade. The south-facing rose
Guided Visit of Montmartre
Discover with our partner experimented guide Montmartre area for about 2 hours.
The guide welcomes the guests at the Tourist Information’s Kiosk, in front of Anvers metro station (line 2).
They will appreciate a guided visit in Montmartre through the small streets of the neighbourhood. They discover the lively Place du Tertre where many painters, portraitists and caricaturists expose their work and give brush strokes meanwhile. They visit on their own too the beautiful Basilica of the Sacré Coeur. The guide will bring the customers to other places of Montmartre: the Place du Calvaire, the famous Vignes de Montmartre, the windmill Moulin de la Galette and the bustling Abbesses quarter with the Rue Lepic and the famous “Bar des 2 Moulins“.
The tour ends close to the Moulin Rouge cabaret.
Guided tour of Bordeaux and Saint Emilion with wine tasting from Paris
During your customers stay in France use this opportunity to make them visit Bordeaux, considered one of the most beautiful European cities, accompanied by Hervé, ParisCityVision professional driver-guide. Your clients will see why Bordeaux living is good while strolling through the streets of the city center and leave to taste the famous wine of Saint-Emilion at a local winegrower.
Your guests will leave and return to Paris on the high-speed train, when they will arrive from Paris, the guide will welcome them directly on the platform at Saint Jean station in Bordeaux.
For starters, they will be comfortably seated in an air-conditioned minibus on their way to the village of Saint Emilion located about twenty kilometers from Bordeaux. The driver-guide will offer you a walking tour of this picturesque village which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999 as a world-first cultural landscape. The clients begin the tour by visiting the monolithic church and its magnificent cloister. Stroll through the paved and hilly streets that highlight Saint-Emilion’s special charm. They will be captivated by the city’s natural character and the richness of its historical and architectural heritage.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes for this hour-long walk. When they’re done, they will take the minibus to meet an organic wine producer local to Saint-Emilion. They will visit a domain of Saint Emilion Grand Cru, historically recognized since 1925. The customers will see first-hand the daily life of a passionate winegrower who will give them a tour of his estate for about an hour. After looking out on the vineyards at the entrance of the estate, they will enter two separate buildings. In the first, they will see how the tanks are installed, and their host will let them in on the secrets of winemaking. The second building houses barrels of wine ready for tasting. Then can then discover the richness of this tasty wine during a delicious tasting.
After discovering Saint Emilion, they will return to Bordeaux by minibus. After 45 minutes, Hervé will invite them to lunch at one of the many restaurants located in the city center. They will have about an hour and a half of free time to eat and stroll a little in the streets.
Your customers will be asked to arrive at the front of the Bordeaux Tourist Office at 2:30 PM. They will find our guide who will prepare to take them through the city for a guided walking tour lasting nearly 2 hours. Here, they will dive into the unique atmosphere that makes Bordeaux so special. Depending on the streets that you take, they will encounter the frenetic energy of pedestrian walkways or squares, and the calm of more remote places.
As they walk, Hervé will show them the city’s key places. they will cross the Place de la Bourse where they will find the surprising water mirror whose magic will inspire young and old. They will arrive on the huge Quinconces square offering a superb view of the Garonne river. Take the Tourny alleyways lined with trees whose chic atmosphere contrasts with the hustle and bustle of the city center. They will reach Pey Berland Square, where the Town Hall and Saint André Cathedral are located. Walk along the lively main street, rue Sainte Catherine. They will be able to see the magnificent Saint Pierre church located in one of the old districts of Bordeaux. Finally, they can’t miss one of Bordeaux’s most iconic monuments, the majestic Big Bell which was formerly the Belfry of the Town Hall dating from the 15th century. 1 place de la bourse
This guided tour will end around 4:30 PM.The guide will accompany the guests by tram to the train station to catch the train to Paris.
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