Breakfast at Claus
Claus, the “breakfast shop”, is famous for its warm, buttery croissants, lip-smacking pancakes loaded with organic goodness, and granola topped with white cheese and fresh fruits and nuts, to name a few.
Drop by the Rodin Museum to strike the customary pose at the foot of the world’s most famous sculpture, Auguste Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’. Take a stroll through the museum to admire the maestro’s various other masterpieces like The Gates of Hell and The Kiss.
Lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel
Dine within the crown jewel of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, at 58 Tour Eiffel. Enjoy fine French cuisine as you admire the spectacular views of the most romantic city bathing in warm daylight through wall-to-wall glass windows.
Evening at Champs-Élysées and Place de la Concorde
Take an evening stroll around the prestigious Champs-Élysées to pick up stunning fashion from renowned French brands. If you feel up to it, walk all the way to Place de la Concorde at the end of Champs-Élysées avenue and admire the 3,300 year old Luxor Obelisk. Take a moment to imagine what this peaceful place must’ve been like during the French Revolution when a guillotine stood in the place of the monument.
View Paris in a different light, through its beautiful winding canals. Settle into your relaxing Seine cruise and watch as dusk slowly envelops this beautiful city. You’ll soon find out why it is known as the city of lights.
Dinner and show at Lido de Paris
Words cannot describe the magnificence of a cabaret performance at Lido de Paris. The Bluebell Girls, the dynamic sets, and the grand costumes work in tandem to take your breath away during the two hours of burlesque. This is the perfect way to conclude your two wondrous days in beautiful Paris.
If you still aren’t ready to kiss this dreamy city good night, you can spend the night strolling her historic streets and bridges, uncovering Parisian secrets hiding around the corners.