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  • Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket

    1. Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket

    Disneyland® Park: In a fantasy world not so far away, Disney heroes and heroines live in fairytales that are, happily, never-ending. Enjoy endless fun in 5 magical lands! Experience your favorite Disney stories just as you remember them from the classic Disney films. Here's where fairytales really do come true. Thrills at Disneyland® Park come in all shapes and sizes! Big Thunder Mountain and Star Wars® Hyperspace Mountain offer a rush for the grown-ups, while little ones can sail around the world at 'It's a Small World.' Of course, family fun can be found in every corner of the Park, from the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' to the 'Mad Hatter's Tea Cups.' Meet Disney characters! Don't miss the main attraction: a meet 'n' greet with beloved Disney characters. Have your pen and camera at the ready and meet the characters you love! Every day is a party at Disneyland® Park! O...

    Tickets were easy to use just scan at turnstiles. Had a fun day at disneyland only problem we had we had was on one of the days at the park wifi kept dropping and for some reason mobile data was dropping on our phones also. Disneyland recommend you download an app to help navigate the park but as wifi kept dropping it was impossible to use the app. Also while we were there last week we had to wear masks whole time even at the selfie spots with characters. So feel like the photos are a bit spoilt... I would have felt safe to pop of mask for a quick photo as u are kept at a safe distant from the characters anyways and away from other guests.. other than that we all had a super time only for heavy rain on one of our days but we found plenty of indoor things to do :)

  • Paris: Seine Cruise & Crepe Tasting near the Eiffel Tower

    2. Paris: Seine Cruise & Crepe Tasting near the Eiffel Tower

    Receive your tickets by mail which you can use at any time up until the validity date indicated on the ticket. You can choose to take the cruise before or after your crepe tasting.  For the 1-hour cruise, meet at “Bateaux Parisiens” / Port de la Bourdonnais just next to the Eiffel Tower to board the boat. As you cruise along the Seine River, unwind while contemplating the history of Paris and admire its many monuments such as the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral and the many bridges with their unique architecture. Enjoy audioguide commentary onboard available in 14 languages which you can also listen to from an application on your smartphone.  Then, (before or after your cruise), show your voucher to the staff at the buffet "Régalade de la Tour Eiffel" at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Taste a French crepe with Nutella, sugar, lemon, jam, or whipped cream. Admire th...

    Ay 9: line for thé crêpes and line for the cruise, quite some people but the boat was big enough.

  • Paris: Parc Astérix Full-Day Entrance Ticket

    3. Paris: Parc Astérix Full-Day Entrance Ticket

    Enjoy all the adventures and activities of Parc Astérix, located about 22 miles (35 kilometers) from Paris and enjoy a memorable day out with all your favorite characters from the Gaul village. Discover 6 themed zones, more than 40 different attractions and shows, with new sensations and excitement at every turn. Go on your very own odyssey to the lands of the Romans, Gauls, Greeks, Vikings and Egyptians. Board the Menhir Express for plenty of laughs and take up Caesar's challenge to spy on the Roman Legion at the mad-house Défi de César. Sign up to serve the Roman Empire at La Légion Recrute and dive into the wacky world of the comic strip to experience the final battle between the Roman Legionnaires and the battling Gauls! Admire the only performing dolphins and sea lions this close to Paris at the Poseidon Theater. Discover the Forest of Idefix, a new area for the family right at th...

    I enjoy the park but they could keep it open the hole week to avoid the overcrowded weekend.

  • Cité des sciences et de l'industrie - Permanent Exhibitions

    4. Cité des sciences et de l'industrie - Permanent Exhibitions

    Open your mind to the wonders of science on a trip to Paris’ Cité des sciences et de l'industrie. Spend the day exploring one of Europe’s biggest science museums, which boasts an array of innovative and fun experiences for all ages. Nestled in the heart of a luscious 55-hectare park, the museum offers impressive exhibitions and immersive games which reveal the mysteries of life. Learn about the origins of the universe, see how science and technology has shaped history, and understand light and vision with a selection of 3D animations and optical illusions. At the end of an epic visit, you’ll leave the museum with a new appreciation for everything you ignored in science class at school.

  • Paris: Grévin Wax Museum Ticket

    5. Paris: Grévin Wax Museum Ticket

    In the very heart of Paris, more than 200 personalities from the past and the present are waiting for you to experience some unforgettable encounters with your family and friends. Pose alongside some of the most in vogue people on earth for an unexpected and surprising photo! This has been an unmissable site of Parisian fun since 1882 that welcomes visitors, young and old alike, to share an experience that transcends time. A sumptuous marble staircase, built in 1900, leads you to a world which is one-of-its kind worldwide, beginning with the Hall of Mirrors. This unique sound and light show, created in 1906 and entirely rebuilt for its centenary has amazed generation after generation of visitors. The Museum is pleased to welcome its latest characters: Mick Jagger, Lang Lang, Katy Perry and Ranveer Singh You will also have the opportunity to visit the new "The Voice" area. 

    The showed characters are excellent. After the modern days, the second half is historic and it is worth taking the time to see it at its length. I tended to spend more in the first half, for pictures. And then missed a lot of history, later on. The building itself - of the Museum - is absolutely adamant to be refurbished and restored to its true standing and historic gem value. Especially given its excellent location, large affluence and the very good promotion they have. The walls decorations, part of the mirrors are of a lower quality and decoration standard. Thank you for the excellent maintenance of the exhibited personalities!

  • Paris: Dinner Show at the Moulin Rouge

    6. Paris: Dinner Show at the Moulin Rouge

    Take your seats at one of the world’s most famous cabarets at a performance of the Moulin Rouge show “Féerie,” created by Doris Haug and Ruggero Angeletti, and choreographed by Bill Goodson. Watch a troupe of 100 artistes, including 60 Doris Girls, parade in 1,000 flamboyant costumes of feathers, rhinestones, and sequins. Designed by Corrado Collabucci, and handmade in some of the most famous workshops in Paris, the costumes are complemented by the sumptuous set designs of Gaetano Castelli, and the return of the giant aquarium. Listen to music by Pierre Porte, brought to life by 80 musicians and 60 choral singers. Upgrade to one of the dinner options and feast from a menu of traditional French gastronomy. It all takes place in a beautiful 850-seat Belle Epoque venue. 2020 Spring-Summer menus are imagined and orchestrated by Chef David Le Quellec, valid from March 21 until October 15, ...

    The food was brilliant the staff was very helpful as it was my husbands birthday they were all very attentive. The show was very entertaining and energetic we thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of the show.

  • Aquarium de Paris Full-Day Entrance Ticket

    7. Aquarium de Paris Full-Day Entrance Ticket

    Head to the Trocadéro Gardens in the heart of Paris to enjoy a full day’s access to the Aquarium de Paris. Boasting more than 10,000 fish from around the globe, the 3,500-square meter venue offers an exciting introduction to the world’s oceans and rivers. See fearsome sharks and sweet sea urchins. Look out for shy clown fish, and marvel at the sting rays. The marine life hails from areas as diverse as the Reunion Islands of the Indian Ocean to the estuaries and basins of the River Seine. There’s even a touch pool that allows you to stroke and feed the fish. Aquarium de Paris also boasts 2 cinemas that show fascinating National Geographic documentaries, as well as fish related cartoons for the kids. The young ones will also love the ever-changing program of pirate shows and water dances. Spend a magical day with your family or friends, learning more about the life under the water, and ...

    Nice place. I liked this aquarium. I was expected from this place that it will be bigger, but it wasn't so big. Everyone had to wear a mask.

  • Disneyland Paris Multi-Day Entrance Ticket

    8. Disneyland Paris Multi-Day Entrance Ticket

    Imagine a place of once-in-a-lifetime family fun, where dreams come true, and your eyes are opened wide from the moment you arrive. Enjoy all the rides and slides of Disney® Parks at Disneyland® Paris! From world-class entertainment and attractions, to encounters with Disney characters, Disneyland® Paris is a happily-ever-after reality, tantalizingly close to Paris. Disneyland® Park: Live your dreams at Disneyland® Park, where fairytales and fantasy come to life across 5 lands full of excitement for all the family. Enjoy magical encounters and parades, and see world-famous attractions you’ll remember ever-after. Your little ones will love “Dumbo the Flying Elephant” and “Peter Pan’s Flight.” Get a blast from “Star Wars® Hyperspace Mountain” and much, much more. Everyone will enjoy the adventures of “Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast” and the “Pirates of the Caribbean.”

    Such a wonderful experience. Everything was easy and going smooth. Just show the ticket’s QR CODE in your phone, no need for papers or cards.

  • Versailles: 2-Hour Private Tour for Families & Children

    9. Versailles: 2-Hour Private Tour for Families & Children

    Journey back to the days of the French court on a family and child-friendly tour of the legendary Palace of Versailles, and access areas of the castle to experience the grand opulence of the state rooms. Avoid the dry historical commentaries of some tours. The Palace of Versailles can sometimes be a bit of a challenge for children, as they can often be the most demanding of clients. With this special tour your personal guide will ensure that they have a great time and take home memories that you will all cherish for a lifetime. Your guide will work hard to explain the culture and art of the palace in a fun and interactive way. Once you have seen the miraculous King’s Apartments and the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, take a short walk to the most beautiful parts of the gardens of Versailles.

    Our guide was amazing and so helpful. He made the tour interesting and interactive for our 7 year old daughter. The length of the tour was just enough. Highly recommend!

  • SEA LIFE Paris: Admission Ticket

    10. SEA LIFE Paris: Admission Ticket

    Come celebrate the 20th anniversary of SEA LIFE Paris in 2021! Discover the aquarium's newest residents as well as the special animations linked to its 20th anniversary. Step beneath the waves at SEA LIFE Paris and get closer than ever before to over 2250 creatures including fascinating penguins, majestic sharks, enchanting seahorses, and magnificent green turtles. Find out what it feels like to touch a starfish and a range of creatures living in the interactive rock pool. Discover fun talks, animal feeding sessions, and interactive experiences like I-Sand Creation and Virtual Aquarium. Come nose to beak with playful penguins in the Antartic Adventure and see turtles and sharks in Atlantis. Don't miss the new themed zone that will allow you to travel to Asia.

How to spend 3 days in Paris

Check out our suggestions of things to do and see in 3 days in Paris. Visit iconic landmarks, stroll alongside the always-romantic Seine River, and indulge in as many macarons as you can (they'll also look great on your Instagram feed!).

Day 1: Visit the city’s iconic sights

Morning

Start your first day in Paris with the most iconic landmark in the city: the Eiffel Tower. If you’re a first-time visitor to the French capital, you can’t skip the "Iron Lady." Arrive early or visit the tower on a skip-the-line tour to avoid long lines.

Afternoon

From the Eiffel Tower, hop on the subway and get off at station Palais Royal Musée du Louvre to visit Paris’s most famous museums. We suggest you stop for lunch before visiting the museum at one of the many cafes in the area with views of the river. Prepare to spend a few hours exploring the museum. If you’re on a tight schedule, check the highlights. Make sure you have time to smirk back at Mona Lisa.

Evening

From the museum, take the metro to Champs-Elysées, Paris’s most famous street. Walk down the road to the last must-see site of the day: Arc de Triomphe. Don’t skip the iconic view of Paris from the top. You also have plenty of dining options in the area, so you can choose the best one for your budget.

Day 2: Picturesque Paris - explore the historic center

Morning

Cross the bridge Pont Neuf to Ile de la Cité to visit one of Paris’s most iconic churches: Notre Dame. Despite the fire in 2019, the cathedral is still one of the must-see attractions in the city. Cross another bridge (Pont Saint-Louis) to explore the lesser-known island Ile Saint-Louis. Skip a heavy lunch because you’ll need the appetite for the afternoon activities.

Afternoon

Explore the culinary scene of Montmartre on your own or go on a guided food tour. Expect to find plenty of opportunities to taste cheese, wine, and chocolate along the way. Keep your eyes peeled for Instagrammable streets and popular attractions like the Moulin Rouge and the church Le Sacré Coeur.

Evening

Dine in the area if you still have room left for dinner or a nightcap. Walk along the Seine or enjoy a one-hour river cruise to admire the City of Lights at night.

Day 3: Palaces and Castles

Morning

Take the morning off to visit the Versailles Palace. The intricate details of the 19th-century building (and its famous resident Marie Antoinette) are worth the day trip from Paris. If you’re pressed for time, we suggest you take a skip-the-line guided tour.

Afternoon

Visit another kind of kingdom in the afternoon: Disneyland Resort Paris. Go on rides, explore the park, and take selfies with your favorite Disney characters. Not in the mood for theme parks? Head back to Paris from Versailles instead. Discover underground Paris by visiting the Catacombs.

Evening

On your last day in Paris, explore one of the city's most exciting neighborhoods: Le Marais. The former Jewish quarter of the city is also a great place to have dinner. Spot street art and some top Paris attractions, such as the House of Victor Hugo and Places des Vosges.

How should I get around in Paris?

The best way to get around in Paris is a mix of walking and taking the metro when you need a break. Paris's subway network is vast and efficient but bear in mind that it doesn’t run 24 hours a day. Avoid fines by keeping the metro ticket with you until the end of your ride.

Hop-on-hop-off Batobus (riverboat) or buses are also a convenient way to get around if you only want to visit the tourist attractions.

Good tips to know when visiting Paris

  • If you’re planning on doing a lot of sightseeing, check your favorite attractions’ opening and closing times. Some monuments and museums close on Monday or Tuesday.
  • Paris is best explored on foot, so remember to pack comfortable shoes. In total, the city has 20 neighborhoods (called arrondissements). Yes, that sounds like a lot of ground to cover, but keep in mind that not all include must-see attractions in Paris.
  • Most cafes and restaurants accept credit and debit cards but carry some cash just in case. Service and taxes are included in the check. Tipping is not mandatory, but it's appreciated.


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What people are saying about Paris

Booked on line a few days before - very easy to navigate site. Boats depart right across the street from Eiffel Tower, so easy to find. There is a choice of two sailings, we opted for the 20.30 one. Excellent service throughout the whole experience. The waiter was very attentive, food was excellent (although only one vegetarian option for each course), and there was plenty to drink - we had a glass of pink champagne, a bottle of red wine and a bottle of white wine between 3 of us, all included in the price. Didn't feel like we were on a boat at all - very smooth passage. And stunning sites to finish it all off. Well worth the money, we had a great evening, just went too quickly!

We were on the early cruise from 6:45 to 8. I actually mis-read the details and thought we'd be on the boat for 2 full hours and it would include the 8pm light show on the Eiffel Tower. It did not. As one of the first ones on the boat, we had the very first table at the front of the boat so windows in front and on the side. Unfortunately, it was a rainy night so taking pictures showed some drops. There was no narration of what we were seeing if that would be important. The food was ok; not what we've had in Paris proper but plenty acceptable. Wish we'd had better weather!

Delícioso passeio de barco passando pelos principais pontos turísticos.

Very nice guided sightseeing tour, informative and entertaining

Great experience with beautiful views to take pictures.