Hotel Monnier

14 rue Henri Monnier, 9th Arr., Paris, 75009, France
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Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by collegeprof

I am leading an educational tour of Egypt in March. We have a seven hour lay-over in Paris and I was wondering how to go about getting a guide and bus to take us for a brief (3-4 hour) tour through the city? We are a group of 38 travelers. Thanks in advance!

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by zuriga

It sounds like a good idea, but it can take an hour to drive from the airport into Paris and often an hour going back. It doesn't leave much time for a tour, but I suppose it depends how much you want to see. Hopefully, someone else may have a good idea for you.

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by Jeannette1

I would contact private bus companies or tour companies and see what they can offer you. You should be able to do a 2 to 3 hr tour of Paris.
The Paris tourism office may be able to recommend some companies. I would start with them.
J.

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by leics

Two problems here. You will need to be back at the airport at least 2 hours beore departure, and as noted it will take an hour+ getting to and from the city. So your actual 'tour' time would be 3 hours.

For 38 people you will need a large bus, not a minibus.

The tours I have found which offer airport>city tours (using minibuses or private cars) require at least 8 hours between flights.

Hopefully another VT-er will know of a coach (bus) firm you could contact to arrange a private tour.

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by qaminari

http://www.paris-tours-guides.com/ - I'm sure you can stress the Egyptian connection, e.g. obelisk in Pl. de la Concorde and maybe the Institut du Monde Arabe though you won't have time to visit the Louvre (but you can see the pyramid!).

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by Beausoleil

I don't think I'd try it given the time constraints. You also have to get 38 people back through Security. But if you're brave, try http://www.firstway.fr/location-voiture-avec-chauffeur/voitures-chauffeur/home-us.php

They do chauffeur service to and from the airport but they also do tours. We have used them and they are very reliable.

Good luck.

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by leics

I checked the paris-tours-guides site before I first posted but, for minibus groups, they specify at least 8 hours (arriving before 12 and leaving after 8pm).

https://www.magic.fr/paris-tours-guides/gb/fr_daytrippers.htm

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by collegeprof

Thank you for all your ideas! I contacted our tour company, EF Tours, to see if they could plan something for us. For $36 per person, they have arranged a 4+ hour tour and will be sure to get us back in time since if we miss the plane they will have to scramble to get us on another flight!

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by collegeprof

This is particularly helpful....great idea - Egypt before Egypt!!

Re: Guided Bus tour from Charles de Gaulle?

by Jeannette1

Collegeprof
Glad to hear that you were able to find a tour company. And thank you for letting everyone here that you appreciated the help. Some VT members put in a lot of effort to provide advice and helpful tips.
J.

Travel Tips for Paris

Well, I think lots of people...

by FreshWill04

Well, I think lots of people will have better tips than me, I'll be much more helpful after I've been there for a year. Things that I remember as great expereinces are: Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, Musee d'Orsay, the Louvre, the Latin Quarter, the FOOD!!!, a dinner cruise on the Seine (with Bateaux Parisiens, a great experience if you don't mind spending close to $100 on it) Great conversation over a variety of dinners including lots of amazing ethnic foods (Greek, Chinese, etc.). I loved the Latin Quarter!

Giants of literature (2000)

by Mikebond

Many famous writers are buried in this cemetery.
Most of them are giants of the French literature: Molière and La Fontaine rest close to each other (second photo), since both of them were great at depicting people's defaults in an ironic way. Here you also see the tombs of French novelist Honoré de Balzac and poet Guillaume Apollinaire.
However, one of the most famous and visited tombs of the cemetery belongs to an Irish: Oscar Wilde. His tomb is covered with many kisses that have made the name almost unreadable.
There is another tomb connected to the world of literature: that of Heloise and Abelard, the two legendary lovers. Their actual burial place is uncertain, but this tomb celebrates them anyway.

Their story...

by Lilasel

These street actors or better to say - alive statues - can be found in such places as Monmartre, next to Louvre, Eiffel Tower etc.

They look like real statues but when you put a coin "the statue" make a few movements.

Actually these actors (and they are good actors) earn much money for just a few hours of their work during the hot touristic season. But did you try to earn money this way during very hot or very cold days, without a movement for a long hours?
Some of them have other "normal" jobs but still playing the role of "statue" in the streets of Paris. They are just looking for people emotions, children smiles. And they simply love this way of life...

When you're at a restaurant....

by RodeKill69

When you're at a restaurant. Under no circumstance say 'Garcon'. It means 'boy' in french and it's very insulting. Also, tip is ALWAYS included even if it doesn't say. It's required to be included by French law so don't be a sucker and give more.

PARIS HIGH POINT

by wanderingbilly

MOST PEOPLE SEEM TO THINK THE HIGHEST POINT IN PARIS IS AT SACRE COEUR..
WHILE IM NOT GOING TO ARGUE THAT THIS IS A FANTASTIC PLACE TO LOOK OVER PARIS..BUT LET ME LET YOU INTO A LITTLE KNOWN SECRET THAT THE HIGHEST POINT IN PARIS IS AT TELEGRAPH METRO STATION..
WHEN YOU GET TO THE STATION MAKE YOUR WAY OUTSIDE TO A SPOT BY THE CEMETERY FOR GREAT VIEWS OVER THE WONDERFUL CITY OF PARIS..

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 Hotel Monnier

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Address: 14 rue Henri Monnier, 9th Arr., Paris, 75009, France