Paris Dinner Cruise and Cabaret at The Lido

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What to do in Paris? Book a Paris Dinner Cruise followed by a cabaret show at The Lido. The best cabaret in Paris. Only on Tours4Fun.

• Dinner Cruise on La Marina de Paris
• Taste delectable French cuisine
• Discover monuments along Seine River
• Experience one of Paris’ most famous cabarets!
• 42 Bluebell Girls
• See elite cabaret dancers
• 600 marvelous costumes
• Enjoy a glass of Champagne

Paris Dinner Cruise + Cabaret at The Lido

Take an incredible cruise on the Seine River from Notre-Dame Cathedral, Ille de la Cite and Ile Saint-Louis. We will then sail west to the Eiffel Tower passing the Louvre Museum and underneath one of Paris ‘ most famous bridges-Alexandre III Bridge.

**Menu “Decouverte” (subject to modification)**

Starters Assortment:

– Scallops with smoked sauce, leek fondue
– Country-style confit, toasted fusette bread
– Duck foie gras, stewed toffee apple
– Lightly creamed green asparagus coulis with chestnut flakes

Main Course:

– Braised chicken supreme, lentils with seasonal vegetables
– Or cod loin, soft risotto with peas, fennel emulsion

Desserts Assortment:

– Pear and whipped cream verrine, salted butter caramel coulis
– Fondant chocolate biscuit and vanilla cream
– Soft rice pudding, mango and pineapple tartare
– Coffee mille-feuille and chocolate ganache, Joconde biscuit


– 1 glass of wine or soft drink

**Vegetarian Menu (subject to modification)**


– Calabash of green asparagus and marinated vegetables, sherry vinegar sauce

Main Course:

– Crushed potatoes, lentils with vegetables, oyster mushrooms and baby broad beans


– Assortment of seasonal fruits in light syrup, red fruit coulis


– 1 glass of wine or soft drink

Lido Show

We will be heading to the Paris Lido cabaret by bus after our lunch cruise. You’ll see the fresh review of the Lido featuring the gorgeous Blue Bell Girls!

Located on the world’s most beautiful avenue, the Champs Elysees, the Lido is one of the legendary cabarets in Paris! Launched in 1946 by the Joseph and Louis Clerico brothers, the Lido has never stopped dazzling spectators with its feather, glitter and dream parades. The Lido features 42 cabaret dancers ‘ elite Bluebell Girls. The Lido’s has a swimming pool, water screen and a real ice rink to be included in performances for everyone.

If you are located in Paris, you will be accompanied to a point in the vicinity of your hotel.

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