After your tour, board a Batobus boat. The boat will take you to the Eiffel Tower where lunch awaits you at "58 tour Eiffel". Explore some of the superb bridges over the Seine and Paris monuments along the banks. The boat moors at the Quai de la Bourdonnais at the foot of the Trocadéro, right opposite the Iron Lady.
On arrival at the Île de la Cité in the historic center of Paris, you will walk up to the esplanade of the Notre-Dame Cathedral to behold this masterpiece of Gothic architecture, with its spires and famous gargoyles. After you can take a guided tour inside followed by free time to walk around and look at the superb stained-glass and rose windows.
The tour ends at the Notre-Dame Cathedral, so that you can explore the Île de la Cité at your own pace or climb up to the top of the cathedral’s spires.
Discount Paris regrets to inform you that following the latest advice issued by the French and British Governments concerning the COVID-19 virus, we are currently not accepting bookings traveling prior to the 30th of May. Tickets are still available for a wide range of attractions following this date. In order to assist the France & UK’s attempts to control the virus’s spread we have also decided to re-arrange existing bookings intending to travel before the 30th of April.
All customers who had booked an experience taking place before the 30th of April 2020 will be contacted and informed of how to re-book for a date post the 31st of May. Alternatively, we can issue you with a gift voucher to use as you wish, valid for the next 12 months. To get in contact directly to re-arrange your booking or to claim your voucher please email Contact@hospitalityline.co.uk
The health and safety of our customers and colleagues will remain our key priority during this period, so we hope you understand that this decision has been taken in order to help combat this disease in the most responsible way possible. Please note that tickets to all experiences committed to being open after the 30th of May remain available for redemption.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to welcoming you back to Paris in the near future.