DAY 1 –City tour of Paris – Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Marais District & Place Vosges, Notre Dame Cathedral, George Pompidou, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysée, Place de la Concorde, Place Vendome, Opera Garnier, Madeleine, Galleries Lafayette.
DAY 2– Chateau de Versailles & its captivating gardens followed by Moulin rouge* in the evening. DAY 3 – Disney Land Park– Most visited tourist attraction of France Or Tour of Champage Region . DAY 4 – Montmartre Hill & Sacré Coeur, Wine & Cheese tasting at Quartier Latin, fashion show in one of the fashion houses* or free time for shopping, Seine river cruise followed by Gala Dinner. DAY 5 – Departure transfer to the airport. *Fashion show is available only on Fridays. Private Fashion show can be organized upon request on other days too.
City tour of Paris : Climb up to the top of Eiffel tower to have that unprecedented view over Paris, the city of love. “Eiffel tower”, also called “Dame de Fer –Iron Lady” is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Constructed in 1889 as the entrance to the 1889 World's Fair The tower is 324 metres (1,063 ft) tall, about the same height as an 81-storey building.
Later visit Louvre Museum: a historic monument in center of Paris, France. Louvre is not only one of the world's largest museums but it is also the world's most visited museum, receiving more than 9.26 million visitors in 2014. The museum is housed in the Louvre Palace, originally built as a fortress in the late 12th century under Philip II. Remnants of the fortress are visible in the basement of the museum. Masterpieces like Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci, The Nike of Samothrace, Raft of the Medusa" by Théodore Géricault, Sleeping Hermaphroditos and many more will make you travel through the time!!!!
Lunch in the Marais Area & Place de Vosges: situated in 3rd and 4th arrondisement of Paris , where you get to feel the medieval Paris with its typical Parisian restaurants, high and low fashion boutiques, trendy shops, hip designers, old fashioned bread shops, jewelry, wine shops, fashionable art galleries and museums all crammed into one small area.
Later visit Notre Dame Cathedral : one of the oldest monument of Paris, over 800 years old!!!The Notre Dame Cathedral is widely considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in the world.. The name Notre Dame means "Our Lady" in French, and is frequently used in the names of Catholic church buildings in Francophone countries! Appointed bishop of Paris in 1160, Maurice de Sully decided to give the capital a cathedral worthy of France’s largest city. He wanted to build it in the style of the day, now known as the gothic style. King Louis VII, one of his classmates, encouraged the project. The Church, notable residents of the city, and the entire population participated in construction: some offered money, others offered their labour, while others offered their knowledge. Construction began in 1163, and Notre-Dame would be completed some 100 years later, in 1272. During this time, many craftsmen’s guilds (tailors, sculptors, carpenters, joiners, masons, and glassblowers) worked relentlessly under the supervision of seasoned architects. They all made an equal contribution to God and to Mary. Mary, Mother of God, to whom Maurice wanted to dedicated the entire cathedral, it was dedicated to her, Notre-Dame de Paris, Our Lady of Paris! At the cathedral, there are no fewer than 37 representations of the Virgin (sculptures, paintings, stained glass, and more).Since it was built, the cathedral has been one of the main symbols of Paris and of France ,
Walk till George Pompidou- The Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou is a giant, futuristic arts center located in the Marais district of Paris. President Pompidou conceived (1969) the idea for Beaubourg, as the center to bring art and culture to the "man in the street". It was completed in 1978 by the architects Renzo Piano of Italy and Richard Rogers of England. The structure forms a huge transparent box whose exposed frame of tubular steel columns carries trusses spanning the width of the building. Its overpowering industrial-looking exterior, which dwarfs its surroundings, attracted notoriety for its brightly coloured exterior pipes, ducts, and other exposed services. Primarily a museum and centre for the visual arts of the 20th century, the Pompidou Centre houses many separate services and activities. Its museum of modern art brought under one roof several public collections of modern art previously housed in a number of other Paris galleries.
Later we drive to Arc de Triomphe - Champs elysée, Most beautiful avenue of the world!! Arc de triomphe was built between 1806 and 1836 is an honour for those who fought for France, in particular, those who fought during the Napoleonic Wars. Engraved on the inside and at the top of the arch are all of the names of the generals and wars fought. There are inscriptions in the ground underneath the vault of the arch which include the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I where the Memorial Flame burns and have made the Arc de Triomphe Paris a revered patriotic site.
From Arc de triomphe you walk down the avenue de champs elysée admiring the elegant facades, high end beauty stores, stylish cafés and restaurants, and leafy plane trees along the massive saide walks and not to forget the Grand Palais & Petit Palais.
Walk Leading to Place de la Concordeprovides the quintessential "Parisian view". From here you can see the Arch in the distance, the massive avenue, the National Assembly, the Madeleine church, the famous Hotel de Crillon, the Grand Palais, the Obelisk of Luxor, and the Eiffel Tower rising behind it all. While the scene is breathtaking, it helps to remember that thousands of people were executed in the center of the square during the revolution, including Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette. The obelisk was a gift from Egypt--- imagine receiving a 2,300 year old obelisk for your backyard~ez_hellip~it's not as though you could hide it in the closet. Facing the obelisk is the Hotel de Crillon---- NOT for the budget conscious family. This is generally considered the most exclusive hotel in Paris. It is adjacent to the American embassy, which is appropriate considering the hotel was the place Benjamin Franklin met King Louis XVI to sign the treaty recognizing America's independence.
Passing through Place Vendome – which houses the most expensive hotels and jewellery houses of Paris we arrive to Opera Garnier and Galleries Lafayette –upmarket French departmental store, free time for shopping. Dinner at a chic Parisian restaurant of your choice.
DAY 2 After Breakfast at the hotel we drive to Majestic Palace de Versailles , royal residence of the Kings of France, Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI and their courts from 1682 to 1789. The Château de Versailles, which has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for 30 years, is one of the most beautiful achievements of 18th-century French art. The site began as Louis XIII’s hunting lodge before his son Louis XIV transformed and expanded it, moving the court and government of France to Versailles in 1682. Each of the three French kings who lived there until the French Revolution added improvements to make it more beautiful.
The Hall of Mirrors, the King’s Grand Apartments, the Museum of the History of France. The Château de Versailles, the seat of power until 1789, has continued to unfurl its splendour over the course of centuries. At first it was just a humble hunting lodge built by Louis XIII. But Louis XIV chose the site to build the palace we know today, the symbol of royal absolutism and embodiment of classical French art. Finally, take advantage of the opportunity to delight in Versailles's captivating French-style gardens. Take a walk around the impressive gardens (you might be pushed to cover all 250 acres though) and meander through the landscaped geometric paths and manicured lawns. As Europe’s largest palace garden it’s nothing short of breath-taking and spans down into basins with regal fountains for the complete picturesque setting. Make sure you stop off at the Apollo and Latona fountains to admire the marble statues Lunch in a reataurant around Versilles. Later in the evening attend a French Cabaret show “Lido” or “Mouline Rouge” accompanied with a glass of champagne. Dinner during or post show.
DAY 3 DISNEYLAND RESORT PARIS Drive to Disney Land – most visited tourist attraction of France with around 13 millions visitors every year. Situated around 45 minutes from central Paris, Disneyland is generally a must-see location for anyone visiting Paris, as it has something for everyone, adults and children alike. Even for the serious-minded, there are areas like the Discovery Arcade, or a chance to learn how film stunts are actually done. Rather than a single park, Disneyland Paris is actually two parks next to each other; the original Disneyland Park, and the newer Walt Disney Studios park. The classic rides and themed areas, including Fantasyland, Cinderella's Castle, Main Street USA, Pirates of the Caribbean or the wild west experience of Big Thunder Mountain are all part of the original Disneyland park – where there are also of course opportunities to meet classic Disney movie characters - so as to speak - in real life.The newer Walt Disney Studios park is a separate area,This film studio theme park offers a classic range of movie themed rides and shows, including the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, or the studio tram tour that takes you behind the scenes for an unforgettable insight into how the movies are made.
CHAMPAGNE REGION Drive to Reims, capital of Champagne Region – situated 1H30 from Paris. After a journey looking at French countryside we arrive at Eperany were is situated the World renowned Champagne House of“ Moet & Chandon” - established in 1743, their champagne became famous in the 1750s when King Louis XV demanded sparkling wine . The company holds a royal warrant to supply champagne to Elizabeth II. Moët et Chandon today owns 1,150 hectares (2,800 acres) of vineyards, and annually produces approximately 28,000,000 bottles of champagne.  Upon arrival a guide will take you an enriching tour of wine cellars and wine making process completed by a glass of imperial moet champagne. Lunch in a typical regional brasserie. From Moët & Chandon, your tour continues to the village of Hautvillers, located just north of Épernay on the banks of the bubbling river Marne. Hautvillers is where Dom Pérignon worked to improve the quality of wine and champagne in the 1670s.Dom Pérignon's tomb rests today in the chancel of the Saint-Sindulphe abbey church in Hautvillers. It is also a charming wine-producing village with houses decorated with beautiful forged iron shop signs. Later we Drive to another world Renowned Champagne Houses situated in Reims “MMM Cordon Rouge” . Established in mid 1800 by german manufacturers,The Mumm Company is most famous for its red ribbon (Cordon Rouge) champagne. We take a guided tour of the the private wine cellars, champagne manugfacturing techniques, museum and in the end a toast of famous MMM champagne. Later visit the Notre Dame de Reims before heading Back to Paris. Dinner at a restaurant of your choice.
DAY 4 Visit Montmartre - One of the most famous ancient districts in Paris, is also one of the most recognizable: Montmartre with its Sacré-Cœur Basilica can be seen rising high above the Paris rooftops from across the city. The 130 meters (426 feet) high hill is famous not only for its remarkable church, but also for its bohemian past. The village within a city once was the home to artists such as Salvadar Dalí, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh. The picturesque Paris neighborhood still draws millions of visitors every year. An automatic funicular railway carries passengers to the top of the hill in a minute for a breathtaking view over Paris.
Once up on the hill, take a minute – or a couple more – to take in the magnificent views of Paris. On the steps in front of the church you’ll see lots people chilling around, as this is one of the most popular touristic spots in Paris. And you can quickly see why: the view of the Parisian rooftops and the many landmarks of the city is unlike anything else in the world. If you can’t get enough of it consider returning after nightfall: the view of the city of lights only gets more spectacular after dark. During the day, however, you’ll get the chance to see many street performers doing tricks or playing music for the delight of the crowd. This is also a good time to pick up cheap souvenirs: if you haggle over the price a little you can get pretty good deals!
Drive to Quartier Latin situated in the 5th and the 6tharrondissements of Paris. It is situated on the left bank of the Seine, around the Sorbonne –oldest university of Paris. Best known for its small boutique hotels, narrow streets of traditional french bistros, iconic churches such as Saint Sulpice and Saint Germain de Prés, Jardin & palais de luxembourg- inspired by the Boboli Gardens in Florence, were created upon the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612. The gardens, which cover 25 hectares of land, are split into French gardens and English gardens. We go for a wine and cheese tasing session and one of the authentic French bars before heading for a lunch.
Later we drive back to attend a High profile Fashion show hosted by one the popular Fashion houses of Paris.
In the evening we take a ride of Paris seine cruise overlooking illuminated monuments and streets of Paris.
A special Gala Dinner or Farewell dinner can be organized at the hotel or a venue of your choice in Paris with best of the gastronomic delights and entertainment .