Classics Tour Eiffel

11 rue Claude Terrasse, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France
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  • Families50
  • Couples47
  • Solo80
  • Business17

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Photos

Long stretch of stall shops along Champs ElyseesLong stretch of stall shops along Champs Elysees

Notre Dame de ParisNotre Dame de Paris

Me at the grave of ChopinMe at the grave of Chopin

Tour eiffel as seen from the river cruise boatTour eiffel as seen from the river cruise boat

Forum Posts

Transportation

by airdepress

Hello!
The same problem: how can we get from Beauvais Tille Aeroport to CLASSIC TOUR EIFFEL, 11 RUE CLAUDE TERRASSE ? Do you know how this hotel is ?

Thak you!

RE: Transportation

by CALSF

Taxi would be my only choice because that's my personal preference. But it'll cost alot. Just getting from CDG costs about 45 euro. Others could help you out with the transport situation better than I can.

As to your hotel check the comments at Trip Advisor. It got many mixed reviews.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g187147-d233579-Reviews-Classics_Hotel_Tour_Eiffel-Paris_Ile_de_France-m10782.cink_html

RE: RE: Transportation

by airdepress

Thank you very much, but it's tooooo expensive :p

RE: RE: Transportation

by brighton42

From Beauvais airport you have "special" coaches to Paris. They usually leave after the arrival of a flight. They cost around 13€ per person per journey and will take you in roughly 1h30 to Porte Maillot in Paris. You can find more information on the following page: http://www.aeroportbeauvais.com/bus.php?lang=eng

Enjoy your stay in Paris.

RE: RE: Transportation

by airdepress

Merci beaucoup!

Travel Tips for Paris

Visit the Palace of...

by stueymac

Visit the Palace of Versailles, the Louvre and L'Arc de Triomphe. The Eiffel Tower is quite disappointing, but it does capture the ambience of Paris so well. My fondest memeory was at Versailles. After a trip around the Palace, we ventured into the town and visited the Market. It was full of fresh fruit, vehetables and chees and wine...in one of the streets off the market square was a band. The musicians were all in their early twenties and wore old english smoking jackets. They all played brass instruments and performed some very well known tunes.

My wife and I sat there with a glass of wine and some bread and cheese and listened for a while. The sun was shining, the weather warm and the atmosphere lively.

Guidebooks

by Dabs

There are a bunch to choose from, for major European cities that are popular such as Paris, I like the Eyewitness Guides even though it is rather heavy to carry around. But it has glorious pictures and major attractions have diagrams so you can find the important stuff.

I bought a Cadogan guide for our recent trip and it had some interesting information written up very nicely.

I also brought a Michelin Green Guide on our recent trip, found at least one date error and several other things that didn't sound quite right.

I LOVE the Streetwise Paris laminated map, we carried it with us throughout Paris, it has landmarks, metro stations and RER stations all clearly marked and a listing of street names with coordinates. And it's laminated so if it's wet, your map stays dry even if you don't :-)

Cafe

by Lilasel

"The huge Paris world centres twice, thrice daily; it is at the café; it gossips at the café; it intrigues at the café; it plots, it dreams, it suffers, it hopes, at the café." Edward King The Parisian café was one of the most characteristic and significant aspects of social life during the 19th century. With the rebuilding of the Right Bank by Baron Haussmann during the 1850's, over 20,000 cafes sprung up and it was in the cafés, and on the café terraces, that everyone met to discuss art, theatre, music, politics and the pressing matters of the day.

Most famous cafes are located on St-Germain-des-Prés (Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots)

Buskers #1 : Near the Seine

by tiabunna

Paris has a range of buskers, in all manner of locations and with a wide range of talent.

The sounds of jazz music wafted out to meet me as I walked across the pedestrian-only Solferino bridge near the Musée d’Orsay. Under the Quai Francois Mitterand near the Tuileries Gardens, I found the source: a one man band. There was nobody else in sight, but he was determinedly blowing his trumpet, playing his accordion and hitting his drums long before I appeared. He was not bad, either.

I left a few coins in his hat, stopped to listen for a while then took my photo, receiving a smile in return. As I walked into the distance, he still was playing to a non-existent audience. I’d like to think the photo conveys the loneliness of this solitary busking jazzman.

'Store has rooms like chapters in a novel'

by Rhii

No.37 Rue de la Bucherie - 'Shakespeare and Co.'
If you love books, or even just like them, then this is the bookshop to go to. Out of all the places i went when i was in Paris, this was my favourite. Just as it says on the 'Paris Wall Newspaper' sign hanging outside, this quaint little shop really does have 'rooms like chapters in a novel'. Cross the idea of an enchanted little magical bookshop with dusty Parisian charm and 'Shakespeare and Co.' is what you get. You have to go!

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 Classics Tour Eiffel

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Address: 11 rue Claude Terrasse, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France