On this Paris dinner cruise, glide along the Seine aboard an intimate La Marina de Paris boat, and enjoy a 3-course meal while admiring riverfront sights like the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, and the Louvre. The glass-enclosed boat provides unobstructed views and photo ops, allowing you to soak up the romantic atmosphere of Paris lit up at night. Options are available to exclude drinks from your experience.
This exclusive gastronomic tour puts the tastiest treats of Paris—from gourmet cheeses to delicate pastries— at your fingertips. Get insider knowledge on the most happening hotspots in Montmartre, the city’s cobblestoned arts district, and meet some of the most talented food artisans in the capital. Enjoy up to 10 pre-selected food stops, and get a peek at landmarks along the way, from Moulin Rouge to the Sacré Coeur.
Discover the cultural highlights and delectable bites of France’s capital on a culinary tour of Paris. Spend the afternoon strolling past the city’s iconic monuments with a guide and enjoy intermittent samples of pastries, chocolate and freshly baked bread. Listen to commentary of Paris’ rich heritage and receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to only eight people.
This Seine River dinner or lunch cruise is a relaxing way to view Paris landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Admire the waterfront sights and pass under bridges such as the Pont Neuf as you savor a gourmet 3-course meal, paired with a glass or half bottle of Champagne and French wine. Enjoy exquisite cuisine and fine service aboard a La Marina de Paris glass-enclosed boat.
Get to know the Parisian neighborhood of Le Marais on a food walking tour with a guide who introduces you to local food vendors and artisans. You'll see sights like Hôtel de Ville and visit the oldest covered market in Paris, Marche des Enfants Rouges, as you learn about and taste the fine products found in this historical yet trendy district.
Embark on a culinary tour of Paris's Montmartre neighborhood, one of the city's most charming neighborhoods. Sample delicacies like croissants and éclairs at a local patisserie, enjoy a guided tasting of various cheeses at a fromagerie and satisfy your sweet tooth at a classic chocolaterie. Of course no gourmet tour of Paris would be complete without a stop at a boulangerie, where you'll learn the proper way to eat a baguette in France.
See and taste magnificence on this 11-hour tour from Paris that takes you to the Chambord Château and Loire Valley wineries. At Chambord, learn all about the French Renaissance castle during an audio tour. Then, spend time at two family-run wineries and savor white, red, rose, sparkling and sweet wines. With your appetite opened up, settle in at one of these wineries for a traditional gourmet meal. This small-group tour limited to just eight people includes hotel pick up and drop off in central Paris by air-conditioned minivan.
Indulge in a true gourmet French experience: preparing, cooking, and enjoying your own 3-course meal. Choose between a 4.5- or 6-hour Paris culinary course (a 1.5-hour market visit is optional) then set out to learn the tricks and techniques of French cooking. An instructor will help you through the steps of creating an appetizer, main dish, and dessert. French wine is also included with your gourmet lunch.
A Seine River cruise—plus a gourmet lunch—is not to be missed during a stay in Paris. Board a glass-enclosed boat conveniently located in central Paris, and float past attractions such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame Cathedral. You’re served a 3-course meal while you savor the views. Upgrade to include a glass of French wine or Champagne to pair with exquisite cuisine on board.
An absolute must for chocolate connoisseurs, this 2.5-hour walking tour takes you to the acclaimed chocolate shops of Saint-Germain. Alongside a gastronome guide, you’ll visit prestigious chocolatiers to sample French delicacies such as the chocolate éclair, homemade macaroons, and delectable truffles. Discover the history of chocolate in Paris and find out how many tons of chocolate are consumed by French people every year. On this small-group tour, limited to eight people, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Discover the delights of Champagne—both the drink and the region itself—on this full-day excursion from Paris. You'll visit three different Champagne houses, including Moët & Chandon, to learn about production methods, see the cellars, and hear about the history of this beloved sparkling wine. Enjoy several tastings as well as lunch at a vineyard. Round-trip hotel transportation is provided so you don't have to worry about getting there yourself.
Experience the history and gastronomy of Paris on a family-friendly combo tour. Sightsee around the French capital from the comfort of your coach and cruise along the Seine to admire landmarks such as the Louvre and Notre-Dame. Cap it off with a gourmet meal inside a heated transparent-bubble dome on the first-floor terrace of the Eiffel Tower—priority access, drinks, and views included.
Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world and an evening cruise down the illuminated Seine is the perfect way to ramp up the romance. This cruise includes a delicious 3-course dinner and Champagne along with spectacular views of Paris icons such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum.
Maracons are one of France's most popular confections. Discover how to make them on your own during a 3-hour class in the capital of French delicacies: Paris. Your expert instructor will lend a hand and provide detailed instructions throughout the class, walking you through the steps to creating a perfectly piped-macaron. Choose the colors you prefer for your shells, fill them with buttercream and learn about their role in French culture while you wait to taste the freshly baked results. Upgrade your booking for an advanced macarons class.
Discover the few remaining family-run eateries in the Marais neighborhood of Paris with the insights of your local guide. Try classic French dishes, innovative pastries (patisserie), Jewish delicacies, and more as you visit both historical and modern-style eateries in this historical neighborhood. Learn about the stories behind French foods and the people who live and work in the district. Expect 12 tastings from eight dining establishments with enough samples to make a full meal.
Make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one with a romantic evening boat tour along the Seine that includes a souvenir portrait. After a glass of welcome champagne, sit down for a 3-course dinner with views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Louvre. For your convenience, early and late dinner times are available.
The buttery croissant is a staple in French bakeries. Learn how to make this local favorite yourself during a 3-hour cooking class in the captial of French cuisine: Paris. With assistance from your expert instructor you'll learn the tricks to making a fluffy, flaky and perfecty folded croissant every time. Still hungry? Try your hand at making pain au chocolat. You'll have an opportunity to sample your fresh-from-oven results when they're through baking, along with some hot coffee or tea.
Celebrate the holiday season in true French fashion with this gourmet walking tour through Paris. Visit a traditional European Christmas market to sample seasonal treats, and stop at festively decorated sweet shops to taste holiday favorites such as gingerbread, chocolate Yule logs, and spiced wine. Learn about the regional tradition of the 13 Desserts of Christmas, and warm up with a hot beverage at a cozy Parisian tearoom. Numbers are limited to eight for an intimate, small-group experience.
Want to try some of the best local food in Paris? Head over to the Saint Germain district and try the food that the locals eat day to day - plus some treats that they save for special occasions. With a Parisian foodie at your side try 10 delicious tastings chosen by a local food expert.Explore a lively neighborhood where the Parisian upper class and students both live. The area is full of classic little epiceries, luxury shops, traditional bakeries and of course the local market. From traditional foie gras products to wine, cheese, and meat, this area is a foodie's paradise and is the perfect place to try traditional French food.Peek into the life of the Parisians at an epicerie. These local grocery stores are where the locals pick up their favorite local products and it is the perfect chance for you to get your favorite treats to take home with you.
Explore the scenic streets of Saint-Germain-des Prés in the sweetest way possible. This family-friendly pastry and chocolate tour features a treasure hunt and at least 8 tastings. Visit the oldest chocolate shop in Paris, choose from a wide variety of macaron flavors, sample salted butter caramel, and taste a beautiful chocolate mousse. Your final stop is a chocolate shop where children will be able to create their own candy bars.
This streamlined cruise barge on the Seine River treats passengers to a unique experience: a cooking show and tasting menu of up to 10 small plates. Enjoy delicious appetizers, main courses, and refined desserts prepared by the chef and paired with several drinks. A lounge singer and live DJ provide a musical atmosphere that progresses from relaxing to lively on the dance floor—ensuring an exceptional night in Paris.
See all the sights of Paris in one day by combining a Big Bus pass with a 3-course meal on a Seine River cruise. Explore at your own pace along two bus routes with 15 hop-on hop-off stops, and plan your own itinerary around Paris. Select a gourmet lunch or dinner (early or late), and relax while sightseeing from this famous waterway in the French capital.
Expand your palate during a 2-hour wine and cheese tasting in Paris. Set in a cellar once used by the King of France, your small group enjoys an 18th-century ambiance away from the tourist crowds above ground. Each of the 10 wines is paired with a classic French cheese, including brie, blue, and goat. Afterwards, you’re ready to pick, pair, and savor the best wine and cheese back home.
France's favorite sweet meringue-based confections are hard to resist. If you're a fan of the beloved macaron here's your chance to learn how to make them. This 2.5-hour Paris cooking class focuses on mastering the art of the macaron. With no more than 5 other participants you'll try your skills at a variety of techniques such as macaronner, which is the process of working the dough, and petit boule or cooking sugar and leave with delicious macarons of your own.