May – June 2022 | Paris 5 days. only from €495!! – SUPER OFFER | 20, 27 May & 03, 10, 17 June.
Day 1: ATHENS – PARIS (city tour)
Meet at the airport and fly to cosmopolitan Paris. After a short flight, arrival in the city of light. Following the chronological and artistic evolution of Paris, we will start the panoramic tour, where we will see the Trocadero, the Eiffel Tower, the largest arch in the world, the Arc de Triomphe, the famous avenue of the Champs-Élysées, the small and the grand palace, the Omonia square (the place where the most important events in the history of the French revolution took place), the church of Agia Magdalene, the busy Boulevards, the impressive building of the Opera, the famous pyramids of the Louvre, the French Academy, the Place du Chatelet, the Courthouse, the new Pont Neuf bridge, the City Hall, Notre Dame, the famous Sorbonne University, the Panthéon, the beautiful and Frenchly refined gardens of Luxembourg, the Church of St. Sulpicius, the artistic neighborhoods around the Saint-Germain-des-Prés with its famous cafés, the School of Fine Arts, the old railway station which has now been converted into Orsay museum and finally the famous war museum, where Napoleon is buried, known as the Palace of the Defeats. Then transfer to the hotel, settling in the rooms and free time at your disposal. Overnight.
Day 2: PARIS – LOUVRE (tour)
Breakfast and departure for a tour of the Louvre museum, where on our tour we will see Gioconda, Aphrodite of Milos, Victory of Samothrace, as well as the Greek, Roman, and part of the Egyptian wing. We will also admire the unique paintings of “David” and “De la Croix”. In the afternoon, free time for shopping and walking around the beautiful city. Our proposal is to take an optional Cruise on the Seine with the famous Bateau Mousse and an evening stroll in the enchanting Montmartre, in the Artists’ Square. For the guided tour of the Louvre Museum, you must register before your departure, the entrance fee is €30 for adults and €10 for children (reservation right). The prices include a headset rental system. Mandatory reservation. Otherwise it is not possible for us to secure your entrance with an official guide to the Louvre Museum.
Day 3: PARIS – DISNEYLAND
Breakfast and your day is dedicated to the wonderful Kingdom of DISNEY, one of the most popular amusement parks. It is a huge theme park with a variety of activities. It consists of several amusement parks, playgrounds and tracks while huge buildings are erected, taken out of Walt Disney’s fairy tales. It is owned by the Walt Disney Company and first operated on July 17, 1955. Visit Sleeping Beauty’s Tower, travel to the land of Peter Pan and Pinocchio, experience the adventure in the Wild West, Thunder Mountain and walk in the footsteps of Indiana Jones. Late afternoon return to Paris. Overnight.
4th day: PARIS – NORMANDY (Hohnfleur, Deauville, Trouville)
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for a full-day excursion to the wonderful Normandy. Our first stop is the fairytale Deauville, known as the “Monaco of the North”, an old aristocratic resort where exquisite houses have been preserved. Stroll through the picturesque alleys of the city and visit the covered market of Deauville where one can find local products. Finally, we recommend a photo at the city’s famous beach where many French and international films have been shot. Then boarding the coach and crossing Trouville, a favorite city of the Impressionists, we will take the Cote Fleurie, through a green route and arrive at the old Viking fishing village, Honfleur, a historic area amphitheatrically built around the port, point starting point of all the great ocean liners of France. Free time for shopping, food and coffee. Return to Paris. Overnight.
Day 5: PARIS – SQUARE BASTILE – MARAI QUARTERS – QUARTIER LATIN – TOUR OF THE LADY OF PARIS – ATHENS
Breakfast and we will get to know a very beautiful and important part of the history of the city, the Bastille Square. A symbol of arbitrariness and oppression, it was seized by the revolted people of Paris on July 14, 1789. Its commander, Lonnet, had ordered to fire on the crowd besieging it. The date of the fall of the Bastille, which meant for France the end of royal arbitrariness, was established from 1880 as a national holiday of France. Then we will wander through the beautiful Marais district that surrounds the Voz square with Victor Hugo’s house and we will end up in the Latin quarter. Labyrinth streets, countless bistros and cafes incl