Eiffel Tower Dinner with Seine Cruise & Moulin Rouge Performance
Seine River Cruise is subject to scheduling - If you see the first Moulin Rouge show, a cruise ticket will be provided to use another day, as the timing won’t work to do both. Formal dress is required. Gentlemen must wear coat and tie. You will be accompanied to the close proximity of your hotels in Paris after your tour. As in many cities, keep your wallet or purse secured and leave the bling behind.
Commented River Seine Cruise
Glass of Champagne at Show
Entrance to Moulin Rouge Show
Tour Participation Requirements
Paris is known for so many things: the food, the architecture, and the culture just to name a few. Let the City of Lights stimulate your senses as you immerse yourself in French sophistication on this unforgettable evening. By land and by water, you will become enamored with the charm and allure of French culture.
You will be sure to make lasting memories as you begin your unforgettable night in Paris at the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy a scrumptious dinner at the 58 Tour Eiffel where you will dine in style as you take in the panoramic views of the city. The mouth-watering menu offers a variety of dishes that will showcase the highest quality of French cuisine. Round out your meal by indulging in the finest French desserts.
After dinner you will embark on a sightseeing boat. This charming one-hour cruise starts at the Quai de la Bourdonnais where you will be able to admire the Eiffel Tower from the water, along with many other Paris monuments. Take in the scenery as you gaze upon the most beautiful bridges overlooking the Seine. Guided audio commentary in the language of your choice will allow you to learn more about the history of Paris.
Can you do the can-can? You will top off your magical evening with a Moulin Rouge show. You will see a sensational performance filled with stunning costumes, and incredible dancers and acrobats. Sip champagne some champagne as you fall in love with the legendary can-can.
The Scandal of the Can-can
The can-can was originally thought to be very scandalous. Perhaps this had something to do with the fact that in the 19th century women wore pantalettes, which had an open crotch. The notorious high kicks of the can-can were thus unintentionally revealing. It remains a mystery if the can-can dancers wore special closed underwear, but it is known that Moulin Rouge management did not allow dancers to perform in revealing undergarments.
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.