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Perhaps the only downside of this tour was that the guide was a recording. The night tour is the best economic way to be amazed by this city of lights. Would do it again.
It was nice to see the city at night and my favorite part was absolutely seeing the Eiffel Tower light show. As a woman traveling by myself, I was nervous about going out much to see the sights that late so it was really perfect to have someone drive me around and teach me some history at the same time!
It gives a good overview of the city so you could do things on your own.
This was fun - we did it on our first night in the city to familiarize ourselves with the lay of the land and get a different view of the iconic landmarks of Paris. It was the end of October, and the tour started at 10pm, so the open top bus got a little chilly, but still.....absolutely worth it. There are a lot of great cafes near the office where you turn in the voucher - it's right across from the Louvre - so get to the neighborhood a little early and grab a delicious dinner before the tour.
We really enjoyed this tour. No rain, we got great photos and had a good time.
Good overview at night of Paris. It gets a little long at the end, but overall is a nice introduction to Paris.
The tour on open-top at night was beautiful. We took this at the end of our trip, and loved reviewing all the beautiful sights we'd visited. We didn't like the "canned" commentary, after the wonderful tour guides we had on other tours, but is definitely worth the trip, at night
This was a great way to see Paris at night. It's a must for the city of lights!
Did this on my first night in Paris, absolutely spectacular. Something to do at the beginning of your trip
This is a great opportunity to see Paris lit up at night. Unfortunately, it was raining and a little chilly this particular night. The tour was interesting and shed light on historical sites off the beaten path along with the main attractions. Worth taking, but bring an umbrella, just in case.
This night tour is well worth doing. It gives you a different feel for Paris than during the day. The highlight was when we stopped in full view of the Eiffel Tower to watch the light show which is for the 1st 6 mins of every hour. Awesome tour, definitely worth the money. :-)
It was good, although it fills up quickly and you may be left being downstairs.
My husband and I loved the tour! I would have preferred a live person speaking about the different monuments and sights but that is my only suggestion. Besides that we learned a lot and we got to see everything we wanted.
I would suggest people to do it as it gives you a good idea of the city and also helps you to plan your trip.
This is an excellent tour. In an hour and a half, it took you past most of the major outdoor landmarks. The highlight was when we were brought at exactly 11 p.m. to a perfect view of the Eiffel Tower twinkling like a thousand stars. The recorded narration did its job and was clear although its timing was off sometimes.
The night was rainy and extremely cold. Had expected top of bus to be covered due to rain however we were provided with ponchos and bus driver tried to give ample time to take pictures particularly at Eiffel Tower. Would have been so much more enjoyable on a fine night!
Well worth it. Not inexpensive---but nothing in Paris is! The driver knew all the sites to see and exactly when each would be lighted and when to stop to see them. This tour is an indispensable component to a complete visit to Paris. On time, professional and fun. No way you can do this one on your own. Only demerit was the open top was pretty chilly and the view from the lower level for picture taking was just so-so. Not much you can do about that. We very much enjoyed the tour and would definitely do it over again.
Beautiful, but it would have been nice to have various pick up and drop off places instead of to be left off at Champs Elysses at the end of the tour