Saturday, 18 August 2012

Luxury Paris Day Trip From London

Take a romantic day trip to Paris on the Eurostar and see the sights including Notre Dame, Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. Enjoy a Champagne lunch at the Eiffel Tower, ending with a leisurely cruise along the River Seine.

You will reach St Pancras station where you will meet your guide who will escort you for the entire day. Travelling at speeds up to 186mph you will be in Paris in just 2 hours 15 minutes.

Upon arrival in Paris, you will enjoy a panoramic tour of the city taking in most the major sites including Notre Dame, Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe before arriving at the Eiffel Tower.

What better way to enjoy lunch than on the Eiffel Tower itself, one of the world's most famous monuments. Your fast entry ticket means you will get priority access and your reserved seats in the 58 tour Eiffel restaurant boast fabulous views across the city. Sit back and enjoy a glass of Champagne followed by a fabulous meal while soaking up the atmosphere of arguably the world's most beautiful and romantic city.

In the afternoon, take a one hour cruise on the River Seine with spectacular views of the Notre Dame. After your cruise you can explore the Louvre independently (additional cost) and see the world famous Mona Lisa.

In the early evening you will head back to Gard du Nord for your return journey to London St Pancras International station.

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When is the Best Time to Visit Paris?

When planning a trip to Paris, one of your most pressing questions is likely to be "when is the best time to go?" If you're set to visit Paris for the first time, you may be persuaded that the much-lauded "Paris in the springtime" is the obvious choice-- but depending on your budget, tolerance for large crowds, and centers of interest, another time of year may suit you better.

Similarly, if you've been to Paris before, you may wonder whether a fall or winter visit will be worthwhile, given rumors of cold, bitter conditions and gloomy locals. The reality, though, is far more nuanced-- the winter holiday season in Paris offers plenty of light and celebration, and in the fall, events like the Montmartre Wine Harvest bring the city to life in a memorable way.

As a resident of the city of light, my own take is that every season here has its charms and pitfalls-- as anywhere else! Use this guide to help make an informed decision about when to plan your Parisian sojourn. Browse the resources below to navigate to detailed guides on each season.

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