Our most recommended things to do in France
1. Paris: Moulin Rouge Cabaret Show Ticket with Champagne
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. During the show you will enjoy half a bottle of Champagne as you relish an extravagant oral and aural delight. Feast your eyes on a lavish collection of colors and performances as you behold the splendor of this legendary cabaret.
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2. Paris: 1-hour River Seine Cruise
Embark on a cruise on the River Seine that begins at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Glide under the bridges of Paris and marvel at a succession of beautiful monuments along the waterway as you listen to commentary about Paris and the sights you pass by. During your cruise, you pass by the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Hotel de Ville, The Louvre, and more. Choose to take your cruise at night for another perspective of the "City of Light" altogether as the city becomes illuminated when evening approaches. Individual audioguides are available in 14 languages and provide commentary about Paris and its history, monuments, and architecture. Please note the audio guide is available through your smartphone by connecting to the Wi-Fi onboard.
Lovely boat and really well organised. Boat was full but you could still see everything and view wasn't obstructed
3. Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey Ticket & Self-Guided Tour
Discover one of the world's first UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a visit to Mont-Saint-Michel abbey. The worship of Saint Michel was introduced on the holy mount in 708 and it became one of the most important places of medieval pilgrimage. Benedictine Monks began building an abbey here in the 10th century. The abbey has withstood the assaults of man, time and the elements. The heroic resistance of the mount to English attacks during the Hundred Years’ War (14th and 15th centuries) made it a symbol of French national identity. Monks left the abbey in 1790 and it was listed as a historic monument in 1874. The whole site has been returned to its former glory thanks to ongoing restoration work. Explore the site with a self-guided tour aided by an information booklet and learn the fascinating history of the site entirely at your own pace.
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4. 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 :)
5. La Cité du Vin Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket & Wine Tasting
Enjoy a tour of the permanent collection at La Cité du Vin, covering 19 exhibits on the theme of wine. Skip the line to enter, and then spend around 3 hours making your way through the exhibits with the aid of a hand-held companion, a digital guide available in 8 languages. At the end of the tour, head to the 8th floor and its belvedere, where you'll have a 360-degree, panoramic view of Bordeaux and the surrounding area. You’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy a glass of wine at a tasting session, choosing from a regularly renewed selection of 20 world wines. After your visit you can browse the on-site boutique, and visit the wine cellar with a vast international selection, the restaurants (with one on the 7th floor offering a panoramic view) and also the reading room.
Our e tickets were easy and the museum is super clean, innovative, and makes it fun to learn.
6. Eiffel Tower: Second Floor or Summit Direct Access
Save time at the Eiffel Tower and stay a step ahead of the crowds by choosing a direct access ticket to the second level or summit. Avoid the ticket booth lines at one of the world’s most-visited monuments. Meet the guide and enjoy a historic presentation about the Eiffel Tower. You’ll then be guided through security and inside the elevator as far as the second floor.
Great experience - the tour guide was really lovely (I can't remember her name, she was petite and just the sweetest ever!!) We recommend going at night - when it lights up its so gorgeous. The only negative, there was absolutely no social distancing. In fact, it was encouraged to get closer. This was a bit stressful for us because we were trying our best to stay distanced (we were doing Covid tests whilst away to be able to come home) So we just would've liked the opportunity for distancing.
7. Paris: Louvre Museum Timed-Entrance Ticket
Explore one of the world’s best art museums at your own pace with your ticket to the Louvre. Skip the ticket line and head straight to the security check, before heading inside and viewing some of the world's finest art. Once inside the historic palace located on the Right Bank of the Seine, see unmissable and iconic sights such as the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo. Discover masterpieces of the Renaissance and ancient Egyptian relics, along with paintings from the 13th to 20th centuries, prints from the Royal Collection, and much more. The museum first opened on August 10 1793 with an exhibition of just 537 paintings. Despite closing in 1796, due to structural problems, it reopened in 1801 as the Musée Napoléon with a larger collection. Many works were seized and returned to their original owners after the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo. The collection was increased during the reign ...
Entire experience is amazing. Getting to Louvre, gardens around, entire atmosphere.
8. Eiffel Tower: Direct Access with Host to Summit by Elevator
Save precious time on a guided visit to the Eiffel Tower with a direct access entrance ticket. Meet the host to get your entrance tickets and follow them up to the 2nd floor by elevator while listening to stories about the tower's history.
After a moment with your host and group, you'll be able to stay by yourself in order to admire the panoramic views of the city's iconic monuments, such as Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Sacré Coeur Basilica, and the glass roof of the Grand Palais.
When you have finished exploring the 2nd floor, make your way down to the 1st-floor observation deck. Here, wander around the exhibit and brave walking on the new glass floor 57 meters (187 feet) above street level.
9. Paris: Eiffel Tower Direct Access with Summit Access
Enjoy direct access to the Eiffel Tower and admire the breathtaking views from the top of the iconic structure. Spend as much time as you like at the tower and explore the different levels at your own leisure. See Paris from above and from a completely new perspective. Marvel at the ancient façade of the Louvre and the financial district of La Defense. Admire the colorful Pompidou Museum and the vast white expanse of Sacré-Coeur Basilica. Stop at the Champagne Bar on the top floor for a glass of bubbly. On your way down, take in the many interesting activities on the first floor. Test your courage by walking on the glass floor!
Booking through Get Your Guide made our experience a breeze! We sailed right through the lines and enjoyed an amazing view of the summit. Our meeting point was clear and timely. No hidden surprises and exactly what I paid for. Highly recommend.
10. Centre Pompidou: Permanent and Temporary Exhibits Access
The Centre Pompidou, located in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement, was inaugurated in 1977 and is a masterpiece of President Georges Pompidou. A library, music, acoustics research center, and a museum, this unusual cultural institution, also known as the Centre Beaubourg, combines modern and contemporary creations, including plastic arts, books, design, music, and cinema. With over 100,000 works, the collections make up one of the world's leading references for the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. From the great historical collections to the most recent acquisitions, they cover the visual arts, drawing, photography, new media, experimental film, architecture, design, and industrial prospects. You will find key works, rediscover iconic artists (like Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Sonia et Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, Vassily Kandinsky, Fra...
Top modern art museum in Paris! The architecture of the building makes it fun to explore different levels, and the top floor has fantastic views of Paris. The museum has both temporary and permanent exhibits that are all included in the price of this ticket.
More specialized tours, such as those of the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower, will help you appreciate these famous sights to their fullest. In addition, you will have the opportunity to skip the long lines at the entrance! This is especially advantageous if you have limited time in the city. Finally, end your visit with a boat cruise along the Seine at night. It's a magical way to end a trip in the City of Lights.
If you've been to Paris before or have more time, consider a day trip outside the city. You can take an all-day tour out to the D-Day Beaches of Normandy for a lovely break from city life. If you have less time on your hands, consider a short jaunt out to the Palace of Versailles. While the grounds and palace are beautiful in their own right, a guided tour can make the past come alive as stories of royalty are revealed. If you have even more time or are considering another trip, go south to Provence. The luscious lavender fields and local wine will leave you sighing in contentment.
Whatever your pleasure, know that you don't have to plan your entire trip. Instead, let France take you by the hand. You'll fall in love.
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