3-Day Paris Private Guided Tour - 3 Days

3-Day Paris Private Guided Tour Package

3-Day Paris Private Guided Tour Package. UNESCO–listed Paris is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, but using a map to explore the city on your own is a waste of time. On this tour, leave your hotel’s map at home and let your personal guide lead you around Paris. Whether you want to see the Eiffel Tower or go off the beaten path, you can tailor your itinerary to fit your interests.

3-Day Paris Private Guided Tour

Highlights

  • Save time and explore Paris with your own private guide
  • Discover must-see sites like the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre Museum
  • Customize your itinerary to take in the attractions of most interest
  • Hassle-free round-trip transport from your Paris hotel

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3 days in Paris with a Private Guide

Itinerary

Day 1 – Place de la Concorde, Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Les Invalides, Pont Alexandre III

Place de la Concorde

This private tour can be customized to meet your preferences. The approximate schedule is 10 am-3 pm with a short break for delicious French lunch (own expense). Day 1 – 10 am Meet your expert local guide in your hotel lobby and venture to Place de la Concorde, the most beautiful square in Paris created between 1755 and 1775 by the architect of King Louis XV.

Champs-Elysees

Wander down the famous Champs Elysees.

Arc de Triomphe

Feast your eyes on intricately carved and ornate Arc de Triomphe.

Esplanade des Invalides

1 pm See Les Invalides, an outstanding ecclesiastical building of the French classical period.

Seine River

1.30 pm Amble along the scenic Seine embankments and ogle to many beautiful bridges crisscrossing the river.

Pont Alexandre III

Be impressed by Pont Alexandre III with its plentiful ornamentation including marble and golden statues of fames, nymphs, and winged horses.

Pont des Arts

Absorb incredible vistas of the city from the graceful Pont des Arts.

Day 2 – Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Moulin Rouge, Place Vendome, Jardin des Tuileries, Le Marais

Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre

10 am Feel like a real Parisian and start your fabulous day with something fancy. You’ll be wowed by the majesty of Sacre Coeur Basilica, palatial white marble church, and the highest point of the city

Moulin Rouge

Gawk at prominent Moulin Rouge Cabaret. Notice the classical columns and eight striking sculptures representing allegorical figures: Poetry, Music, Idyll, Recitation, Song, Drama, and Dance.

Place Vendome

1 pm Take your time to explore the fashionable Place Vendome famous for its high-end jewelry shops

Ritz Club Paris

Take in the views of the opulent Ritz Hotel which was frequented by Ernest Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerald, and Gertrude Stein

Jardin des Tuileries

Stroll through the historic Tuileries Park, a gorgeous masterpiece of landscape art and favorite gathering spot of locals

Louvre Museum

Pass by Musee du Louvre, a marvelous museum of fine art, which possesses approximately 38,000 exhibits from antiquities to the 21st century. (from outside)

Le Marais

Finish out your exciting exploration in Le Marais, please your palate with French cuisine in a local restaurant and just enjoy your Parisian life!

Day 3 – Place de la Bastille, Ile de la Cite, Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Latin Quarter

Place de la Bastille

10 am Visit history-steeped Place de la Bastille

Ile Saint-Louis

Delve into aristocratic atmosphere touring the Ile St Louis and step in for the yummiest ice-cream and sorbet at legendary Berthillion café

Ile de la Cite

Tour Ile de la Cite, the historical and geographical center of Paris

Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Linger in front of the Notre Dame, the masterpiece of French Gothic architecture which will dazzle you with its stained glass windows and profusion of sculptures, flying buttresses, and gargoyles.

Latin Quarter

1 pm Check Latin Quarter off your list by visiting Sorbonne, the first university in France, and sneak a peek at Pantheon, the national memorial and burial-place of France’s great men.

Eglise Saint Julien Le Pauvre

Pass by Cluny Museum, take a closer look at St Severin and St Julien le Pauvre gothic churches

Luxembourg Gardens

Take a break from the hustle of the city at Luxembourg gardens, a gorgeous French classical style green area

Saint Germain des Pres Quarter

3 pm Finish your tour at St Germain des Pres.

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Last Updated on April 10, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com