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A beautiful and romantic city, brims with historic associations and remains vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. Considered the capital of fashion, it is home to the world's most luxurious fashion designers such as Christian Dior and Yves Saint-Laurent. A large part of the city, including the River Seine, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has the second highest number of Michelin-restaurants in the world and contains numerous iconic landmarks, such as the world's most-visited tourist attraction, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world. Its nickname, the City of Light, comes from its reputation as a center of education and ideas and its early adoption of street lighting. Use our France trip itinerary maker to arrange the hows, wheres, and whens of your trip to Paris.

India – Paris

Day
1
Arrive at Paris Airport, private transfer to hotel in Paris

Suggested Activities

Paris panoramic tour - Take your time to discover quite all Paris's iconic sights, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysees Avenue or Montmartre district, in France's most mythical car! Let you be driven in a velvet atmosphere, comfortably seated at the back of your "deudeuche", and admire city's beautiful monuments at its heart and 4 corners in a unique way, between greenery and steeples, sky and cobblestones. A not-to-be-missed complete Highlights Tour commented by your private driver! See places such as: Garnier Opera; Moulin Rouge; Place du Tertre; Sacre-Cour; Place Vendome; Louvre Museum; Notre-Dame de Paris; Hotel de Ville; Pompidou Center; Place des Vosges; Bastille Opera; Hotel de Sens; Ile St Louis; Arenes de Lutece; Pantheon; Luxembourg Gardens; Saint Sulpice; Saint Germain des Pres; French Institute; Orsay museum; National Assembly; Place de la Concorde; Champs-Elysees; Arch of Triumph; Trocadero; Eiffel Tower; Quai Branly Museum; Champs de Mars; Invalides; Grand Palais and Petit Palais; Palais de l'Elysee; La Madeleine Church; Ile de la Cite; Montmartre; Place de la Bastille; Latin Quarter

Day
2
Today proceed for Gourmet Walking Tour of Paris
  • Evening proceed for Dinner including a Glass of Champagne at 58 Tour Eiffel
  • Overnight stay at hotel

Suggested Activities

On this guided tour, you will stroll like true Paris citizens through the medieval part of the Latin Quarter, famous for its large choice of high quality food products. This tour will take you through a market, a cheese factory, several bakers and confectioners, and will end at a regional food specialities shop. This walk will be rich in smells and flavours with a focus on family cuisine and there will be tasting stops in order to introduce you to French gourmet cuisine.

Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant offers a spectacular view of the Seine river, the Trocadero and the Ecole Militaire. Privileged seating in the main room with glass of Champagne as an aperitif. MENU PLAISIR: Starter + Main course + Dessert + Drinks, wine selection by the restaurant cellarman + coffee + Mineral water

Day
3
Day free at leisure or explore Paris on your own
  • Overnight stay at hotel

Suggested Activities

Optional
Disneyland:
-Come on board of the Disneyland Paris Express shuttle for a magical day! A unique experience with transportation from Paris and Disney Parks ticket (Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park) The most: A hassle-free and reliable way to reach Disneyland Paris; 3 meeting points in Paris : Gare du Nord, Opera and Chatelet - A dedicated shuttle bus themed Disneyland Paris Express for an easy identification; A trilingual guide at every departure time; Direct access to the park entrance by the turnstiles The time of one day, come and experience the Disney magic!

Day
4
Paris
  • After breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for return flight

Return Home with Happy Memories of Your Tour!!!

A beautiful and romantic city, brims with historic associations and remains vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. Considered the capital of fashion, it is home to the world's most luxurious fashion designers such as Christian Dior and Yves Saint-Laurent. A large part of the city, including the River Seine, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has the second highest number of Michelin-restaurants in the world and contains numerous iconic landmarks, such as the world's most-visited tourist attraction, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world. Its nickname, the City of Light, comes from its reputation as a center of education and ideas and its early adoption of street lighting. Use our France trip itinerary maker to arrange the hows, wheres, and whens of your trip to Paris.

India – Paris

Day
1

Suggested Activities

If you’re coming from India, chances are you’ll arrive early in the day. Check in to your hotel, take a short nap, and then have a hearty lunch at nearby restaurant “La Cuisine de Bar”. Spend the first day whizzing around on a Segway to see the main sights of Paris. You’ll do much more in three hours than you could possibly do on foot—and riding a Segway is terrific fun!

After getting an overview of the city, take the metro to Notre Dame—this 850-year-old wonder is truly one of the most incredible in the world. After touring the church, walk around to the back to see the flying buttresses, and then continue along to one of the most romantic bridges in the world, Pont de l’Archevêché. This bridge connects the Ile de la Cité with the Left Bank, and it’s where lovers put locks bearing their names to remember their time in Paris.

Now head to Shakespeare & Co. , just a few paces from the bridge, in the 5 th Arrondissement (Paris-speak for “district”), and peruse the stacks of books. Notice the little beds throughout the shop and upstairs, where writers are allowed to stay after the shop closes. If you pick up a book, be sure to have it stamped on the way out. Dine that night at a classic brasserie, such as Julien , a historic Art Nouveau wonder, and make sure to sample the Valrhona-covered profiteroles

Day
2

Suggested Activities

Get up early and try Easy Pass ’s “Skip the Line” tour of either the Musée d’Orsay (if you’re into the Impressionists) or the Pompidou (if you’re into art that’s more modern). If you opt for the Orsay, lunch at the Restaurant Musée d’Orsay on the ground floor, in the spectacular gilded room replete with what seems like dozens of chandeliers. If you’re at the Pompidou, try Robert et Louise in the Marais and order a juicy steak cooked over the open grill.

In the afternoon, hit the Eiffel Tower without standing in line, also by booking ahead with Travelscapes. These tours fill up fast, so be sure to reserve a spot as soon as you have dates on your calendar. Not standing in line is one of the things you’ll enjoy most about your trip!

For dinner, try one of the city’s many casual wine bars . Parisian wine bars are a bit different than wine bars around the world: While they don’t usually offer lots of wines by the glass, many offer bottles at decent prices, as well as a limited menu of excellent food. Les Papilles is one of our suggested, serving just one select prix fixe meal per night. This new trend of offering only one menu allows the chef to really focus on his or her three courses that evening and reduce waste, so everyone goes home happy. (Most places will offer substitutes if you have allergies or are a vegetarian.)

Day
3

Suggested Activities

Start your day at the beautiful Place des Vosges, the most stunning and oldest square in Paris. Walk around its arch-covered walkways, then enjoy a leisurely lunch at Carette , a terribly French pâtisserie that offers delicious sandwiches and soups, as well as unbelievable pastries. Or for something more filling, try Chez Janou , a Provençal-style resto just around the corner.

After lunch, take a walk-and-shop tour of the Marais . You’ll be introduced to more than 60 shops and stops along the way, and get a thorough tour of one of the most charming neighborhoods in Paris. Pick and choose which stops interest you the most. Then, take a quick tour of the Picasso Museum, Victor Hugo’s home, or the Carnavalet (a museum devoted to the historical legacy of Paris) to experience a bit of culture. Stopping at a café or two for a small espresso will keep you going and allow you some time to people watch.

For dinner, try former president Bill Clinton’s favorite Paris restaurant, L’Ami Louis , famous for its roast chicken, or try the hip, newly opened Auberge Flora for French-style tapas.

Day
4

After three days of sightseeing, take some time to relax and soak up North African culture at the hammam (a Turkish-style bath house) at the Grande Mosquée de Paris. (Check the hammam’s schedule before you go to make sure it’s ladies’ day!) Lunch on tagines and couscous at the restaurant right at the Mosquée—and don’t forget to order the delicious honey-filled Moroccan pastries for dessert with your mint tea.

In the afternoon, feeling refreshed, take a walking tour of the Saint-Germain neighborhood (the 6th Arrondissement), which will point out the must-sees and the must-stop shops. A bespoke for the best perfume experience visit at Eva Eriksson. Your own French couture perfume might just be the ultimate souvenir.

Dine that evening at Josephine (Chez Dumonet) in the 6th Arrondissement, named one of the 10 best bistros in Paris by Alexander Lobrano, Gourmet ’s longtime restaurant reviewer.

Day
5
Paris
  • After breakfast at hotel, time to say goodbye to City of light & transfer airport

Return Home with Happy Memories of Your Tour!!!

La Bellevilloise

La Bellevilloise invites you to relax with its wooden tables and Chesterfield couches, tropical plants including centenary olive trees, people talking all around the bar and talented artists on stage. It's the place to go for sipping cocktails, seeing an exhibition, listening to live music, enjoying homemade meals and partying in alternative style

Underground party in Quartier Latin

This place hasn't moved for more than 50 years. Parents that used to dance there now share this same passion with their grown up kids. From the busy street you'll notice the red painting. Upstairs is a typical Parisian wine bar open during the day but the real shit is happening downstairs

An open air club on the left bank

Two years ago Wanderlust opened its doors at the Cité de la Mode overlooking the Seine. It’s a huge terrace that hosts many different events, though it’s mostly known for its clubbing scene – here international DJs play electro, house, nouveau disco and sometimes even hip-hop. Other activities include lunch, brunch, yoga, pilates and workshops.

An electronic music adventure on a boat 

Calling all party addicts and DJ lovers! Concrete is a boat that offers an all day programme of electronic music. Open from 6 am until 1 or 2 pm on Sundays, you can choose your moment to dance and enjoy the music.

Jazz Club

Caveau de la Huchette is one of the best and oldest jazz clubs in Paris. There’s a bar and cosy seating on the ground floor, and a dance floor in the basement. Numerous famous jazzmen have performed here since the 1940s. Entrance is €15 on Friday and Saturday nights and €13 from Sunday to Thursday (€10 for students). Cocktails are €10

Indian Restaurants in Paris

  • Krishna Bhavan
  • Gandi ji’s Restaurant
  • Le Maharajah Restaurant
  • Nirvana Inde
  • Villa Punjab
  • Le Palais de Raja-Maharaja

Suggested Hotels

Paris

  • Shangri-La Hotel Paris
  • Hotel Barriere Le Fouquets Paris
  • Hotel d'Aubusson
  • Le pavillon de la reine
  • Four Seasons George V Paris
  • Le Royal Monceau Raffles

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