Paris City Tour, Seine River Cruise, and Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel - 1 Day

Paris City Tour, Seine River Cruise, and Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel

This Paris city tour combination ticket gives you an added bonus: a Seine river cruise, and a sumptuous lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel.

Highlights
• Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel
• Seine river cruise
• Place de la Concorde
• Champs-Elysees
• Pont Neuf
• Luxembourg Gardens
• Trocadero
• Eiffel Tower

Paris City Tour, Seine River Cruise, and Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel

This wonderful half-day trip provides you the chance to explore from every possible angle the renowned landmarks and institutions of Paris. It involves dinner at 58 Eiffel Tour, a panoramic town tour, and an hour-long Seine cruise. Experience the French capital’s beauty and heritage in three distinct respects.

You will be introduced to the history and landmarks of the city on the one-and – a-half hour panoramic tour of Paris, with exciting facts given by the audio guide. We’ll see Place de l’Opera, Place de la Concorde, Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Place du Trocadero, Bridge Pont-Neuf, Gardens du Luxembourg and Saint Germain des Pres.

Step aboard at the foot of the Eiffel Tower for an audio-guided one-hour cruise on the Seine River. Enjoy the views from the open air terrace as we float through some of the most prestigious monuments in the capital: the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Museum of Orsay and the Conciergerie.

At 58 Tour Eiffel, the restaurant located on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower, you can enjoy a sumptuous lunch with views of Paris stretching as far as you can see. Appetizer, dessert and beverages are on the two-course menu.

3 Course Menu (starter + main course or main course + dessert)*

Starter at choice :
Creamy chestnut soup with cep mushrooms and Grisons dried beef

Chicory and lightly beech-smoked salmon salad with sour cream Soft-boiled egg and creamed leeks with red wine dressing

Duck pate en croute with thyme, cabbage and apple salad

Main course at choice :
Elbow pasta, duck confit cooked with herbs, persillade sauce

Trout fillet a la plancha, stewed green lentils from Brie with vegetables, coriander, and smoked soy

Roast chicken breast, mashed potatoes with herbs, Madeira creamy sauce

Cheese or dessert at choice :
Comte cheese (unpasteurised) with lamb’s lettuce salad

Farmhouse fromage blanc served with chestnuts and clementines

Passion fruit cream with mango marmalade

Guanaja chocolate mousse with praline lemon meringue cream, crumble topping

Seasonal fresh fruit salad

Drinks :
1 glass of wine or beer or soft
Coffee

Child Menu (- 12 years old)*

Veloute of Puy green lentils, ravioles de Royans and ricotta with truffle oil

Pasta served with tomato sauce, butter or Parmesan cream

Guanaja chocolate mousse with a praline crisp

Soft drink

* Example of menu, subject to modification

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