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Paris Sightseeing tours are the best way to experience this amazing city

We’ve made it easier for you to book your Paris sightseeing tours on our new Paris sightseeing tours page. Find out more about each type of Paris sightseeing tour and book the one that’s best for your time and interests.

Paris has always been a loved city of romance and culture however very few tourists get the chance to see some of the smaller attractions off the beaten track such as the Paris Observatoire. This is why Paris sightseeing tours have become so popular for tourists who want to see everything there is on offer.

The wide variety of Paris sightseeing tours available means that you’re able to see exactly what you wanted as well as some things that you didn’t even know were there. You can now see the Eiffel Tower as well as Saint-Michel, Musee d’Orsay, Concorde and Champs-Elysees by bike or bus depending on how active you want to be.

The Paris bike tour is perfect for first time visits to Paris as it goes to all the main tourist attractions in the capital. If you prefer a more relaxed tour you can get on the hop on hop off tour bus which will take you to all the attractions as well as letting you take control of your experience by either staying on the tour bus or getting off to send some extra time at you favorite places.

If you know you’re going to be doing a lot of sightseeing then invest in a Paris Pass which entitles you to skip the line at over 55 of the top attractions, get in free and a guide so you can plan what you want to see. Attractions include the Louvre where art by famous artists such as Da Vinci are held, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe.

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