Paris – city of Love, features one of the best attractions in the world!
- Sightseeing Cruise On The Seine
This famous river flows from east to west through the heart of the city and divides Paris’s Left Bank and Right Bank.
- Centre Pompidou
The Centre Pompidou, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is a 20th-century architectural marvel, immediately recognizable by its exterior escalators and enormous coloured tubing. It is home to the National Museum of Modern Art and is internationally renowned for its 20th and 21st century art collections.
The works of iconic artists are displayed chronologically over two sections: the modern period, from 1905 to 1960 (Matisse, Picasso, Dubuffet, etc.), and the contemporary period, from 1960 to the present day (Andy Warhol, Niki de Saint Phalle, Anish Kapoor, etc.). In addition to its permanent collections, internationally renowned exhibitions are organized every year on the top floor, where visitors can enjoy a breathtaking view of Paris and its rooftops.
Everything you might need to spend a pleasant half-day, or indeed a day in the museum is available: eat at Le Georges, learn more at the public information library, and take a break browsing the shelves of the museum gift shop. At the foot of the Centre, the Atelier Brancusi presents a unique collection of works by this artist who played a major role in the history of modern sculpture.
- Paradis Latin Cabaret Night Show Ticket
Gustave Eiffel transformed this formerly anonymous theater into the most famous cabaret location in the French capital. This is a vivacious evening of entertainment, where the cancan is king. Choose between getting a ticket and Champagne, or opt for one of the dinner options. There are three variations: the Festival is delicious, the Star is spectacular, and the Prestige option is ooh la la. All are three-course set menus that include a 1/2 bottle of Bordeaux or 1/4 bottle of Champagne.
- Musée d’Orsay + Musée de l’Orangerie: Dedicated Entrance
Situated in the stunning Beaux-Arts style Gare d’Orsay railway station, opposite the Tuileries Gardens, this building is a city landmark. This museum displays art from 1848 to 1914. Artistically, it spans Impressionism and Art Nouveau. With this ticket you’ll slip in a dedicated entrance, bypassing the ticket-hungry throngs outside, and enter a world of serene landscapes and poetry in paint.
- Musée de l’Orangerie
The museum has two prestigious collections. _Water Lilies_, the artistic culmination of Claude Monet’s artistic journey, these eight paintings are housed in two oval rooms, encouraging visitors to gaze in endless contemplation. The _Walter-Guillaume Collection_ covers the first decades of the 20th century. The works here, by Renoir, Cezanne, Modigliani, Picasso and more, represent both Impressionism and Modern Classicism.
- Musée Picasso
Get an in-depth look into the life and creative process of Spain’s Modernist master with a skip-the-line ticket to the Picasso Museum in Paris. Housed in a former luxury hotel in the fashionable Marais district, the museum houses more than 300 and original paintings plus sculptures, prints, engravings, illustrated books, and the artist’s personal archives. Save time with priority entrance, and get access to all current exhibits at this must-see museum for any Picasso enthusiast.
- Palace of Versailles
The main palace and gardens are extravagant beyond belief. More than 700 rooms, a large collection of 18th-century French art, an opera house and a 75 m-long hall of mirrors lined with statues and busts. Versailles has a total area of more than 2,000 acres, so there’s plenty of magnificence to go round – or above! (In 1783, the first balloon flight experiment was held for the king. The passengers included a duck, a rooster, and a sheep).
- Aquarium de Paris
L’Aquarium de Paris, also named Cinéaqua, is an aquarium located under the hill of Chaillot between the Trocadero and the Seine in Paris, in the 16th district. 50 basins, 2500 jellyfish, 10,000 fish, 750 coral colonies. The largest shark tank in France (3,000,000 L of water and 38 great sharks)
- Lunch Cruise on the Seine
The Seine flows right through the heart of Paris and a Seine Lunch and Dinner Cruise will take you past architectural treasures such as Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadero among others. … Book now for the best possible prices on all Seine Lunch and Dinner Cruises.
- Fondation Louis Vuitton
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Louis Vuitton Foundation building is a work of art in itself. Marvel at the structure from the outside before entering the museum with your ticket. Explore the venue’s 11 galleries, taking in both the permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Spend as much time as you like admiring the different exhibitions or venture a little further to learn about the many services offered by the Foundation. With a documentation center containing thousands of printable articles, a bookshop, and a Michelin-starred restaurant, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye.
- Louvre Museum: Skip The Line
Explore one of the world’s best art museums at your own pace with your ticket to the Louvre. Skip the line and avoid the hassle of ticket counters – simply meet the Guest Relation Team next to the museum entrance to collect your ticket and get advice on how to make the most of your visit. You will be then able to walk straight inside, after a security check.
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.