Paris Tours

In the City of Light and Love, you'll find beauty, history and culture with the best guided Paris tours. Even if you’re in Paris for a day or 10, you'll leave longing to return and experience more of this spellbinding city. World-class cuisine, architecture and culture - its no wonder 30 million tourists visit each year!

Paris' River Seine is a beautiful location and winds its way through the heart of Paris, crossing from east to west. The origin of the city and the evolution of Paris is uniquely tied to the River. Strolling along the Seine’s banks on a sunny day is amazing with its striking historical buildings reflecting on its waters, the Parisian rooftops, the bridges of the Seine, each one with its own unique style. At sunset, take a Seine night cruise tour to enjoy the city’s top monuments - a magical atmosphere guaranteed!

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More than just the Eiffel Tower and Moulin Rouge, Paris is filled with iconic landmarks and must-see attractions. Surprisingly, The Eiffel Tower ranks in at the 4th most visited attraction with the Notre Dame cathedral taking first place. Find out why so many people visit this enchanting historical landmark with our Notre Dame guided tours.

Paris Tours Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time of year to visit Paris?

Each season of Paris brings its own charm. Visiting Paris from March through to June and October to early November is when the weather is calmer and the crowds are smaller than in the summer months - perfect for those who wish to spend most of their time outdoors. When spring begins and nature rears its flourishing and colourful head, March is the perfect time for long walks around Paris's parks, the most beautiful parks in Europe, and a guided tour Giverny Monet's Gardens would be ideal at this time of year. In June, Paris itself might be a little livelier than earlier in the year but this shouldn’t put you off, as museums start their extended summertime hours to fit with the extra tourists. And fear not, if you missed the winter sales, shopping gets even better when the summer sales season kicks off in June. In the month of October, the city’s Halloween celebrations are awe-inspiring, particularly at Disneyland Paris, where celebrations will enchant children of all ages and adults too! Make sure to wrap up as the temperature starts to drop in October. December is a wonderful and joyful time to visit Paris. The Christmas lights on the famous Champs-Élysées glimmer and visitors from all over the world come to witness the illuminations. 

Is Paris an expensive place to go?

Paris has an abundance of restaurants, bars, and attractions that can quickly empty the wallet if you're not careful but your time in Paris doesn’t have to be an expensive one. Yes, it’s costly but with some research and smart planning, you can cut costs significantly on your trip. Accommodation, transport and eating out are the main but not all of your daily expenses while in Paris. Planning your accommodation around your itinerary is by far the most important factor. A majority of the top things to do are in the city centre and being within walking distance cuts your costs of public transport dramatically. Dining out in Paris can be expensive if your not frugal, the price of a sit-down meal in Paris is often higher than fast food or street food prices. If you don't have access to a kitchen, the supermarket is a great place to stock up on snacks and drinks to have as you are walking around town. Open-air markets are also a great alternative for eating out and offers a taste of Parisian cuisine, Paris has over 80 markets open daily and is the perfect place to snack on freshly prepared and delicious foods. 

What advice would you give to someone visiting Paris for the first time?

Your trip to Paris will surely be an unforgettable one and we want you to make the most of your precious time there. When entering a shop or restaurant in Paris, it is always polite to say Bonjour in greeting and Au revoir when leaving. Of course, the use of S’il Vous plaît and Merci are just as important as in any other language. Most shops, markets and pharmacies are closed on Sundays and several monuments are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, plan your trips in advance and do some research to avoid disappointment. Don't be afraid to take the Metro in Paris, their transport system is massive and connects you to every part of the city and back again. Taxis and buses are not as reliant and can often get stuck in traffic. As with any other city, booking your entrance tickets and skip the line tickets should be done in advance, and even better online, to avoid big costs and even bigger ques!

Is there anything to do on a night time in Paris?

Possibly rivalled only by Venice as a place even more photogenic and dreamlike when the sun goes down, Paris also boasts a strikingly diversified nightlife scene. Whether you prefer a quiet night out with friends, the offbeat nocturnal scene or the trendy bars and late-night clubs, a memorable evening out in Paris is guaranteed. Visiting the Louvre after dark is far superior to visiting during the day and easily take first place among our favourite things to do in Paris at night! Like you've maybe seen in the movies, a Seine cruise at night is a relaxing experience and the views of the city at night from the water are just incredible. If you're looking for something livelier, Paris's cabaret shows are legendary and if you've always dreamt of seeing one consider adding a Moulin Rouge show to your list. Why not delve dark into the depth of the city and join a Skip the Line Guided Tour to the Paris Catacombs with off Limits Access - a strange and chilling experience not for the faint-hearted!

What are the best family friendly attractions in Paris?

When you think of Paris you think of romance, not somewhere to visit with the family bu travelling with children doesn't need to be a headache. There are loads to keep the little ones entertained in Paris and a trip wouldn't be complete without taking them to Disneyland. Let the kids see their favourite cartoon characters come to life, ride the exhilarating rides and stuff their little faces with all sorts of colourful snacks. Also, if your in Paris at Christmas time definitely check out Disneyland with its magical lights and festive feel. Something more for the teens? Check out The Paris Catacombs! This eerie and ghoulish museum will definitely be a hit and throws in a history lesson for them too.  If history isn't their thing then we're positively certain The chocolate museum will be. With tours aimed specifically for children, they can create their own handmade chocolates, taste test a variety of handmade sweets and see the amazing sculptures and figures moulded by the chocolatiers. To see the city with kids and visit numerous places in one day, taking a guided Paris tour for kids is something worth taking. You won't have to worry about transport and having a guide by your side is an extra set of eyes and hands as well as an abundance of interesting facts and stories you might not otherwise have known.

We'd like to take a tour outside of Paris, what would you recommend?

Take our guided tour of the Loire Valley Chateaux and spend an exceptional day in the heart of France’s Loire Valley. Visit the Château de Chenonceau and the Château de Chambord, two of the Loire Valley’s most illustrious chateaux, with your local tour guide. This enchanting trip into France’s history will be completed by a wine tasting at Chambord. Perfect for families and can be organised as a private tour. You could also take a private tour of Normandy D-Day Beaches and immerse yourself into the history of the second world war. You'll discover Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc and Juno Beach. Visit Memorial de Caen (Peace Museum) with an expert local guide and follow in the footsteps of those who experienced the war. These tours also come with lunch and transport from your accommodation in Paris.