An afternoon at the Palace of Versailles

Our tour will take you to various part of the palace to experiment a day in the very lavish life of a member of the court. You will see more gold in a day than you saw in your entire life, you will learn how the people lived in the city/palace, what they ate, how they partied and because a palace tour wouldn't be complete without a bit of gossip: who they loved. The tour starts at 1:45 pm in front of Louis the XIVth equestrian sculpture (Place d'Armes). We will start by visiting the apartments of the King. You will learn more about the life of three of the most famous residents of the Palace: Louis the XIVth Louis the XVth and Marie Antoinette. You will learn how they transformed the image of France abroad, how they started trends and how they ruled. Because a visit to Versailles wouldn't be complete without the "plat de resistance" a walk in the extraordinary gardens of the palace. The gardens are full of hidden messages from Louis the XIVth to the court, we will try to find them all by diving in Greek and Roman mythology. If the weather is good we will visit the gardens on foot to make the most of the gardens. If the rain makes walking a bit tricky we will take the petit train instead to reach the Domain of Marie-Antoinette where we will visit the Trianon and her farm. Our tour will end there

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Discovering the Old City

Lets go back in time and discover the origins of the city of London, a small market town that you could cross in less than 30 minutes! Walking in the heart of London's Financial District gives you the opportunity to see the Royal Stock Exchange, the Bank of England, and the quiet little churches frequented by locals. This tour allows you to learn more about the plague, the doom of the Knights Templars and the origin of the great fire of 1666. You will climb the Monument from where you can admire stunning views of London, discover the history of St. Paul's Cathedral and the destruction of London during the 2nd World War. All in all a very comprehensive round, with amazing monuments and beautifulpictures opportunities.  

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Harry potter tour walking tour of London

You've been a Harry Potter fan since year 1 and you want to discover all the set locations? This tour is for you! It will take you all around the city centre, you will discover the entrance to the Minister of Magic, and walk down Diagon Alley where you can buy some real Galleons! Later on you will see Gringotts Bank, don't offend the Goblins! You will cross Millennium Bridge, yes it's safe, but watch out for the death eaters! See the entrance of Diagon Alley (1st movie), Our final stop will be in Kings Cross, Platform 9¾!

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Le best-of du Louvre- Visite en comité restreint

Venez admirez les chefs d'oeuvres du Louvre en comité restreint. En 2heures découvrez l'évolution du Louvre au fil des monarques qui y habitèrent,l'utilisation des batiments du Louvre car comme tous les palais, le Louvre est plein de secrets et de souvenirs...   Vous verrez les plus belles peintures exposées au musée dont La Vierge aux Rochers , Mona Lisa, Les noces de Cana, La Mort de Sardanapale, Le radeau de la Méduse, La Liberté guidant le peuple...   Les sculptures ne seront pas oubliées et nous verrons La Venus de Milo, L'esclave mourrant de Michelangelo, Milon de Crotone de Puget et bien d'autres encore!   A bientôt au Louvre!

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Monet in Paris and Giverny

Your day begins at the Orangerie, home to the Waterlilies pannels. You will appreciate our "skip the line" access to the museum.   T     After lunch we leave for Vernon and Giverny to visit Monet’s house together. Our guide commentary will take you back in time and you will immerse yourself in the life of this world famous artist.  You will have enough time to visit the Gardens at your own pace and maybe enough to zip a cup of tea before we leave for Paris.   The Estimated Return time is at 6.30pm on Concordia Square BUT please note that this might vary depending on Traffic.    

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Monet, un impressionniste à Londres

1871 - La France est en Guerre avec la Prusse. Monet décide de s’exiler temporairement en Angleterre pour échapper à ce conflit. Il s’installe à Londres et commence à peindre la ville sous toutes ses coutures. Il s’intéresse particulièrement aux abords de la Tamise et à l’ombre des bâtiments qui émergent de la brume. Il y peindra certains de ses tableaux les plus célèbres. 140ans plus tard, Londres a bien changé mais ces lieux qui avaient inspirés Monet pour leur beauté et leur sérénité sont toujours là. Ce tour est l’occasion de faire une balade artistique au bord de la Tamise et vous emmène sur les traces de Monet pour voir les sites qui l’ont inspirés comme le Parlement, les ponts de Charing Cross et de Waterloo, les débarcadères des marchés londoniens ainsi que quelques parcs. C’est aussi l’occasion de voir le musée ou sont actuellement conservés les plus beaux Monet en Angleterre.

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