Excursions from Paris
Recommended visits to nearby places in Paris
Day trip from Paris
These are the excursions from paris further popular with whom come to the French capital and want take the opportunity to visit the surroundings further picturesque or important .
You can book knowing that you will have a pleasant experience knowing the most beautiful corners that are a short distance from Paris.
Palace and Gardens of Versailles
Day trip to the Palace of Versailles from Paris with English speaking guide. This guided tour with tickets included, will allow you to visit the Royal Apartments, the Hall of Mirrors and the Queen’s Apartments, and at the end, you will have time to walk through the spectacular French gardens with fountains and sculptures surrounding the palace.
You can reserve two options:
Versailles Guided Tour (includes entrance fees and guided tour or audio guide)
Guided Tour of Versailles including transfer from Paris (including transportation from Paris)
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You can also see How to get from Paris to Versailles if you want to go on your own.
if you want to go on your own.
Mont Saint-Michel in Paris
A fairytale walk that you can do from Paris is the one that takes you to Mont Saint Michel, on the Norman coast. This Benedictine abbey has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the wonders of Europe.
Your guide will accompany you to this spectacular construction, located on top of a rocky island and surrounded by walls. For more information and reservations click here.
Bruges in Paris
You can make a day trip to Brujes from Paris with this special route. Bruges is a beautiful medieval city belonging to Belgium, known as the “little Venice of the North” for its beautiful canals.
During the tour, which departs from Paris at 7:15 a.m., you will have an English-speaking guide, and if you travel between April and October, you will be able to take a walking tour of the city and a pleasant cruise on the canals of Bruges.
Loire Castles in Paris
This day trip from Paris takes you to the elegant French region known as the Loire Valley.
Its impressive Renaissance castles on the banks of the river and its gardens will remain in your memory forever.
Includes visits to the castles of Chenonceau, Chambord and Clos-Lucé.
Champagne region in Paris
You can visit from Paris, this French region where first class champagne is produced. The area is busy with green and extensive vineyards and exclusive wineries that you will visit with your guide: Mumm and Mercier (tastings included). A visit to the holy city of Reims and its cathedral is also included and you will have some time for lunch on your own.
More activities and attractions in Paris
Continue planning your trip to Paris with these ideas
Paris sightseeing pass with entrance to more than 75 attractions such as the Louvre, and Versailles.
Luxembourg Palace and Gardens
Beautiful gardens very popular with Parisians and visitors alike, recommended all year round.