Paris For Ladies Only

Leave the Guys at Home and Join Us in Paris

Author: The Traveling Professor/Saturday, September 20, 2014/Categories: Paris

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Join us on a tour to Paris for ladies only.   This is what is included:

  • 7 Nights 4-Star Accommodations in a luxurious and charming, air-conditioned boutique hotel. It’s in the heart of Paris, on the desirable Left Bank in the midst of Parisian cafés and bistros, local shops.  Historic sites like Notre Dame and Luxembourg Gardens are all within walking distance. Breakfast is included as well as free wi-fi, free mini-bar.  A complimentary Champagne welcome is a great way to start off the trip and meet traveling companions.
  • Personal Limo Pick-Up at the Airport.  Regardless of arrival time, be greeted by a driver at the Paris airport for transfer directly to the door of the hotel for check-in.  How easy is that?
  • Chocolate Tasting with one of the top artisan chocolatiers in Paris.  
  • Professional Tour Guide Services.   Art historian, gourmet, and long time resident of France, Elyse Rivin leads the group.  Guide books and audio guides can’t compare to Elyse’s expert discussion and explanations of the great sites of Paris.  Elyse is with the group from start to finish, staying at the same hotel.
  • Wine Tasting.  We’ll tour and pop the cork at a world-famous Parisian wine cellar.  It’s fun and educational.
  • Seine River Cruise.    Enjoy a spectacular night-time cruise down the Seine.  The city sparkles before your eyes.  
  • VIP, No-Waiting-In-Line Paid admission to over 60 attractions including the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Pantheon, Centre Pompidou, Rodin Museum,  Paris Opera House, Cluny Museum, Orangerie Museum and more with NO waiting in line.  Each traveler is issued a 6-day Museum Pass.
  • Fashion and Shopping Sites.  The Decorative Arts Museum at the Louvre, Champs-Élysées and Rue Montaigne – The 5th Avenue of Paris, Bon Marché and Galleries Lafayette Department Stores and the Fragonard Perfume Museum can all be part of a girls holiday in Paris.
  • Small group size limited to 10-14 travelers.  Move around the city quickly and efficiently.  Visit places big tour groups can’t get to. Dine at intimate and authentic Parisian restaurants.   Small group size allows for a flexible and personalized itinerary.
  • Personalized, attentive service.  Your professional guide takes care of the details, serving as the group’s private concierge.  The Traveling Professor is available to answer questions, guide your stay, and to offer personal advice on everything from dining to touring to shopping.
  • Flexibility.  Each day we follow a well-planned itinerary based upon what YOU want to see.  And, if you wish to skip the daily itinerary - no problem!  Elyse can help in planning a delightful day on your own.  
  • Best of All – The cost is only $3,299 per person for your own room.  

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