4 Days Paris Tour Itinerary

 The captivating capital of France, Paris, is a tapestry of traditional allure and contemporary vibrance. The city's famous Eiffel Tower dominates the picturesque lanes lined with old-world buildings. World-famous institutions like the Louvre along the Seine River house masterpieces, and lovely cafés offer lazy times. Hearts are captured by the artistic vitality of Montmartre and the majesty of Notre-Dame Cathedral. Arc de Triomphe and other cultural treasures are accessible from opulent Parisian boulevards like the Champs-Élysées. An atmosphere that begs for exploration of magnificent parks, fascinating districts, and a taste of culinary delights that define Paris's unrivaled appeal is created by the city's perceptible history blending with its modern flare.


Day 1: Arrival and Introduction to Paris

When you get to Paris, check into your hotel. Visit the famous Eiffel Tower to be in awe of its majesty and enjoy sweeping metropolitan vistas. Take a leisurely Seine River boat in the evening to see well-known sites lit up. Dine at a neighborhood Parisian café. Stay the night in Paris.

Day 2: Exploring the Historic Heart of Paris

Visit the Louvre Museum first thing in the morning to see the Mona Lisa and thousands of other pieces of art. Walk through the lovely Tuileries Garden in the direction of Place de la Concorde. Travel down the famed Champs-Élysées Avenue while stopping at restaurants and stores. View the city from the top of the Arc de Triomphe while you're there. Explore Montmartre in the evening, stopping by the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and taking in the artistic ambiance.

Day 3: Cultural and Artistic Delights

Visit the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral and the thriving Latin Quarter. Explore the quaint streets of Le Marais, which are renowned for their ancient buildings and chic boutiques. Learn about the Centre Pompidou, a modern art gallery renowned for its distinctive design. Catch a show in the evening at a renowned cabaret location in Paris, such as the Moulin Rouge.

Day 4: Palace and Gardens

Visit the lavish Palace of Versailles, which is close to the city and accessible by train. Discover the enormous palace's stunning gardens, which include the Hall of Mirrors. In the afternoon, go back to Paris and take in the spectacular Impressionist art collection at the Musée d'Orsay. Plan your transfer to the airport based on the time of your departure.