2-Day Paris City Break from London with Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel

2 Days

Take a romantic weekend break to Paris on the Eurostar. Enjoy lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel. Also includes 1-Day Paris city pass and 1-hour river cruise.

2-Day Paris City Break from London w/ Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel

Highlights
• Guide on board the train
• Reserved seats on the Eurostar
• Panoramic tour of Paris
• Champagne lunch on the Eiffel Tower
• 1-Hour Cruise on the River Seine
• Overnight in a three-star hotel w/ continental breakfast
• Paris Visite travel card on Day 2

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Itinerary

We will link you with your representative after your check-in at St Pancras station, who will accompany you on the Eurostar train and throughout your first day in Paris.

Upon arrival, you can enjoy a panoramic city tour before landing at the Eiffel Tower, taking in several of the main sights, including the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe.

What better place to enjoy lunch than at one of the most famous monuments in the world, the Eiffel Tower itself. Our quick entry ticket ensures that we have priority access and our reserved seats in the restaurant Altitude 58 boast fabulous city-wide views. Kick back and enjoy a bottle of champagne followed by a delicious meal while soaking up the atmosphere of the most stunning and romantic city in the world, arguably. We now have a visit to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower as an extra incentive and enjoy the panoramic views of the area.

We will take a cruise along the Seine River in the afternoon, with beautiful views of Notre Dame. After this, you can independently explore the Louvre and see the world-famous Mona Lisa (own cost; closed on Tuesdays).

Finally, before making the most of your evening in Paris, you will be moved to your room, where you can freshen up and relax.

It starts today with a leisurely breakfast buffet. With your one day travel card, the rest of the day is open for you to explore independently.

You will board your train at Gare du Nord in the early evening for the return trip to London, departing at 7:13pm local time. Please note to arrive at least 45 minutes before departure time has been set.

Don't forget your passport!