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January - December

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Holiday Length

3 nights

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Price guide

From £895pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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City break, Tailor-made

Highlights

Paris city break

With its cosmopolitan chic, Paris is one of Europe’s most glamorous and well-loved cities. Whether you’re making your first trip or returning for the tenth time, there’s always something new to fall in love with. This Paris city break will give you everything you need to get the most out of your visit. We’ve included a half-day guided walking tour, a Paris Museum Pass and Metro Carnet of 10 tickets. Flights and private transfers are also included, plus bed and breakfast accommodation and the services of a concierge, who’ll make any additional bookings you need to make your trip truly unique.

Why Paris?

A global centre for fashion, gastronomy, art and culture, Paris has long attracted visitors from around the world. Paris is beautiful at any time of the year. The city takes on a new personality for each season but, in the summer months, the sun shines particularly brightly.

The city centre contains the most popular of its attractions, including Notre Dame, the Louvre and the iconic Eiffel Tower. It’s also smaller than many European cities, so we recommend you spend some time just exploring on foot. From the historic monuments with their sheer scale, to the intimate scenes of daily life that spill out along the banks, bridges and boulevards of the Seine, there is something around every corner.

And of course, the food is exceptional. On a warm day, experience the best of Paris with a cafe au lait and a freshly-baked slice of caramelised Flan Parisien, enjoyed with a book in the Luxembourg Gardens. At night, try traditional bistro fare at Paul-Bert, a former butcher’s, with its zinc-topped bar and colourful tiled floor. Finish your evening with a glass of vin rouge at La Cave des Abbesses, where you can buy a bottle to take home.

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