At Disney24Cab we charge 70€ for our Pay per Hour Trips which are also known as Paris Discovery. You would also pay an additional 140€ for a round trip whenever we start this tour from Disneyland and the CDG Airport.
In order to have a clear overview of all the most renowned and spectacular historical sites and monuments of the city of Paris, we encourage our clients to embark on this private Disney24Cab Van Paris Discovery Tour. While you are on it you would be assisted in making your plans for the next couple of days and it would help you to get your marks set on your tourist destinations. An air-conditioned and comfortable minivan or similar vehicle would be driven to your hotel to pick you up by one of our driver-guides. All of the driver-guides at Disney24Cab are well trained, licensed, and private.
You would need to have a better appreciation of the beauty of the city of Paris which is why you would be given a brief introduction to the architecture of Paris. Afterwards, you can make a selection of any locations on your trip to Paris’s geographical center.
Other monuments to be visited on this tour include: the inspiration of the ‘Phantom of the Opera’ known as the Opera Garnier, the jewel of the architecture from the 17th Century which is the Place Vendome, and the former Palace of the Cardinal known as the Palais Royal.
An outside visit on this tour is the visit to The Louvre, the Ile de la Cite, as well as the former seat of the Royal power at the Conciergerie. From here you will then continue by driving from the Cathedral Notre-Dame to the Town of Hall known better as The Hotel de Ville.
Up next would be the Ile St. Louis, followed by the residence of the Jewish Community, rich noble families, and the King from the 14th century known today as the Marais District. Along the Rue you would stop for a small walking tour. Next up would be the Place des Vosges which comprises a visit of Hotel de Sully, and the Square, and so on all of which make up the First Royal Square in Paris.
Thereafter, the Student Quarter also known as Latin Quarter would be visited, followed by the resting place of the great men of France at the Pantheon. Up next would be the most spectacular park in Paris which has the Statue of Liberty at the Luxembourg Garden. Next would be the Church St. Sulpice, The French Institute, and the Saint Germain district visit.
An outside visit would be to the Orsay Museum, then to the largest square in Europe where the French Revolution took the life of the Queen and the King known as the Concorde Square, followed by the most famous avenue in the world at the Champs Elysees.
Napoleon’s Triumph Arc also known as the Arc de Triomphe would be visited next followed by the Grand Palais and The Invalides. To round off this tour would be visits to the Sacre Coeur Basilica, Montmartre, and the Eiffel Tower.
If you wish to make any drop off and/or pickups outside Paris then you would be required to pay an extra charge.