Paris Outing from Disneyland with Seine Cruise and Louvre Admission
Recorded commentaries with individual earphones
Priority Entrance Tickets at the Louvre Museum
Commented Seine Cruise
Tour Participation Requirements
Revel in a day of beauty as you explore the art and allure of the City of Light. Drive along majestic boulevards and through charming arrondissements (neighborhoods) to see top sights and glimpse secret corners. Admire the splendor of the city as you cruise along the Seine. And enjoy priority access to see thrilling masterworks in the world's most-visited museum.
Get set to open your eyes, and your heart to the enchantment of Paris. The coach tour covers the must-see sights, from the grandeur of the Champs Élysées, the world's most famous avenue, to majestic Notre-Dame Cathedral. Your river cruise ticket lets you jump the queue and hop aboard to slip under iconic bridges and admire the scenery along Paris' World Heritage-listed riverbanks. (Coach and cruise tours both offer recorded commentary on the city's cultural and artistic heritage in a dozen different languages.)
At the Louvre, you'll spend your time with the art, not in the lines. Speed right in to see what intrigues you, from the ancient collections of Greek and Roman art to gems from the Renaissance. Gaze into the enigmatic face of Leonardo's Mona Lisa, ponder the secrets that Venus de Milo has held since 100 BC, admire Botticelli's colorful fresco painting of Venus with Three Graces, or admire the artistry of Michelangelo's Slaves.
After the treasures of the Louvre, wander the Tuileries Garden, find your seat in an inviting café, and breathe in the atmosphere of the city. This is a day to discover what that French phrase joie de vivre is all about.
It was the art heist of the century
In 1911, the Mona Lisa disappeared from the Louvre. Picasso and the French poet Apollinaire were suspects, but the real thief Vincenzo Peruggia, a former Louvre guard, was nabbed two years later. He had hidden in the museum all night, taken the painting from its frame, concealed it under his clothes, then walked out when the museum opened. Mona Lisa returned to Louvre in 1913, and is now closely guarded and protected by bullet-proof glass.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.