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Guide should have pointed out the buildings of interest during the river travel
The one-day tour was great . Our tour guide was very wonderful to explained alot.
Our guide Manuella did an excellent job of showing us the Louvre and the Nortre Dame, she added extra insight to an already interesting tour. Would strongly recommend to anyone.
Guide was very informative and tour ran smoothly in spite of iffy weather conditions. A very good overview of some of the main attractions of Paris.
Had a wonderful time in Paris! This tour was great!! I got to experience the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower for lunch, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. The tour guide was very informative and was able to answer my questions during the tour. My main objectives were the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower, but upon seeing a painting of Napoleon and the Pope in the Notre Dame during the Louvre Tour, I was looking forward to seeing the Cathedral. Wonderful experience all around! Met a few new friends during the tour. Would highly recommend this tour for future travelers to Paris!
It was Great would recommend this to a friend... Would use this company again for tours...
Fabulous....we got to see all the places that were most important to us in a short time. We would recommend this tour to everyone.
Excellent way to see the major Paris sites if you haven't been before.
Great tour! Very crowded and worth the money for the easy entrance and expert guide. Lunch at Eiffel Tower is served in Pyrex dishes but is very tasty. Loved the wonderful sites and river cruise.
Great tour ! Bypassed all the lines - saw the highlights , very well explained. Our tour guide, Elizabeth, was very knowledgeable. Lunch at the Eiffel Tower was very good (tip, Ladies, use the bathroom at the restaurant !). At Notre Dame we saw the "Crown of Christ", which is only brought there for public viewing on the first friday of the month at 3 pm mass - so that was a pretty special surprise.