Reserve a private pairs tour by car with a driver / guide or one of our English speaking licensed guides by foot and metro.
Paris is renowned for its many fine museums. In addition to these we can show you smaller museums which are more manageable and can be particularly enjoyable.
Napoleon planned to build the Arch near the the Bastille, but was unsuitable and the present site was chosen. Go up and see a spectacular panorama of Paris.
The invalides houses the tomb of Napoleon. close by is one of the most well known Parisian food market streets on rue Cler and of course the Eiffel Tower.
The Champs Elysee was originally an extension of the Tuileries Gardens but during the Second Empire, it became a focus for fashionable society, theatre, and royal processions.
Not only does Chantilly boast furniture commissioned by Marie-Antoinette and Louis XVI, but also almost 1,000 Old Master paintings and 3,000 drawings.
Thanks to its fertile lands, river transportation and its strategic defense location some of the most striking events of France’s history have taken place here.
The landing operation began during the night of the 5th to the 6th of June 1944 when three airborne divisions were dropped on either flank of the front.
We will take you on a quirky tour in a quintessential French car around Paris to discover the monuments, back streets and romantic places.
Take a fascinating look into the development of early Paris which combines Notre Dame with the important churches and buildings of the medieval period.
The Latin Quarter is considered the intellectual center of Paris acquired its name around 1253 when all students and professors at the Sorbonne spoke Latin
Discover the historical and multi-cultural diversity of the Marais, an antique enclave with 80 antique dealers and some of the most beautiful mansions in Paris.
The Palais Royal was constructed for Cardinal Richelieu in 1628. On one corner is the Comedie Francaise and on the other corner is the famous gastronomic restaurant Grand Vefour
Visit this former monastery, transformed during the Renaissance into a pre-eminent palace for royalty, It is one of the largest French chateaux.
Visit Giverny where impressionist Claude Monet lived from 1883 until 1926. Admire his collection of Japanese prints, Yellow Dining Room and Nympheas Studio.
Perched on a rocky islet in the midst of vast sandbanks exposed to powerful tides between Normandy and Brittany stands, Le Mont St. Michel!