Eiffelturm, Bootstour auf der Seine und das abendlich beleuchtete Paris
Sie haben einen einmaligen Blick auf Paris bei Nacht auf dem Eiffelturm und von der Seine, während Sie unter den berühmten Brücken von Paris durchfahren. Dann, während Sie durch die von Bäumen gesäumten Boulevards bequem in Ihrem klimatisierten Reisebus fahren, sehen Sie die berühmten Sehenswürdigkeiten von Paris angestrahlt für die Nacht, einschließlich Place de la Concorde, Place Vendôme, die Oper und die Champs-Elysees.
Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Rundfahrten im Sommer (April bis Oktober) teilweise noch bei Tageslicht stattfinden, da es zu dieser Jahreszeit erst spät dunkel wird.
- Beförderung im klimatisierten Reisebus
- 1-stündige Bootsfahrt auf der Seine
- Besichtigungstour durch Paris
- Eintritt zur zweiten Ebene des Eiffelturms
- Abfahrtszeit je nach angeforderter Zeit: 18:15 Uhr oder 19:15 Uhr
- Trinkgeld (optional)
- Transfer vom und zum Hotel
- Speisen und Getränke, sofern nicht anders angegeben
- Die Bestätigung erhalten Sie zeitgleich mit der Buchung
- Sollte es im Ausnahmefall nicht möglich sein, den Eiffelturm zu besichtigen und damit die Aussicht von der 2. Ebene zu genießen, besuchen Sie stattdessen den Montparnasse-Turm, der einen hervorragenden Blick auf Paris bietet. In diesem Fall wird keine Rückerstattung gewährt. Im Sommer werden Führungen teilweise bei Tageslicht durchgeführt, da es erst später am Abend dunkel wird. Ab April 2015 endet die Tour am Eiffelturm. Bitte beachten Sie, dass es NICHT möglich ist, ein Ticket fürdie Plattform auf der zweiten Etage des Eiffelturms zu kaufen.
- Abfahrtszeit je nach angeforderter Zeit: 18:15 Uhr oder 19:15 Uhr
One of the highlights of our visit to Paris. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole tour. The cruise was beautiful. The bus ride was informational, and the Eiffel Tower was spectacular.
5 star tour. Cruise was amazing.. very busy time in Paris and this tour was done with Ease. Had a fab time
Have been on many national and international Viator tours. Took this in May 2019 and unfortunately it was very disappointing and stressful. After meeting and waiting in the tour office, no reason given why we were waiting past the departure time, the group of over 50 people were quickly herded by foot to the River. The tour guide never seemed fazed that not everyone could walk as quickly as she could , which included children and a few older consumers. On the river cruise there was no narrated tour of what we were seeing. The boat has two levels, both packed, if one was sitting inside, lower level one could plug into a system on their phone if your phone had the capability. ( heard many didn’t) however upper deck, best views, but no information. After the rushed visit to the Eiffel Tower ( the views are amazing) we were told to make our way, on our own, to the buses which were near the river. As the tower block is totally enclosed for security reasons, it’s a challenge to exit at night and figure out directionality. Luckily this wasn’t our first day in Paris , we figured out where to go under time constraints.Not everyone could, people missed their bus tour. Paris at night is lovely ,the bus tour was narrated, included Paris’ gems. This tour could have been amazing. Our tour guide was disengaged, disorganized and appeared to just want the evening over. When asked a question, she seemed annoyed. Tour guides make all the difference. This women , who never even told us her name, was not up to Viator standards.
This was the only tour on my 10 day vacation that I booked through Viator I did not enjoy. Our guide was more of a host and babysitter to make sure we got from place to place. She was very sweet but there was no speaking of the history of the city or attractions. We started at around 8pm which is still light out and did an hour river cruise. There were speakers in different languages to explain the sites but none of them worked. So we looked at the map on the boat to kind of guide us of what we were seeing. After the cruise we went on a tour bus that drove around the city. By this time it was 9:30pm and dark you could hardly see what they were talking about on a pre-recorded guide. After the tour bus we went over to the Eiffel tower and had access to the second floor. I will say this was the highlight of the whole tour. The city is beautiful at night and the Eiffel tower all lit up is so much more beautiful and impressive then during the day. In my opinion find a night tour of the Eiffel tower or a cruise and Eiffel tower tour.
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. The boat ride was just long enough and we could see the Eiffel Tower the entire time. Getting to tour the Eiffel Tower was just icing on the cake. The tour was worth the money. I would highly recommend.
Tour guide was fabulous, I would recommend this tour.
Do yourself a favor and see these sights on your own. The 9/8/18 night tour through Paris was nothing more than a big traffic jam with canned commentary and annoying music that didn't appear to sync with what we were seeing. The boat ride on the Seine was OK, but could have been done easier on our own. The visit to the Eiffel Tower was a nightmare. The bus arrived at 10 pm, just as the Eiffel Tower light show was beginning. Instead of allowing the group to view the show, the guide walked at an extremely fast pace toward the Tower, crossing a busy street. I don't believe she ever checked to see who was following and who wasn't. When we arrived at the Tower, she handed out tickets for the 10:30 pm trip to the top and told us the bus would be leaving the parking area at 11:30 pm. At 10:30 the guide was missing in action. It took 35 minutes in line to get to the viewing platform and 35 minutes in line to get back down. We were with several other people from the tour bus. Couldn't find the bus upon descent. Assumed it left at 11:30 pm. Ended up paying almost $20 for a cab back to our hotel. This is not typical of our experiences with Viator. Was very disappointed!
The problem I had with this tour and I rarely have a complaint about a Viator tour is that you have very little time at the Eiffel Tower. Why? Because the guide lets you know they will leave you behind if you don't make it back to the bus on time. That seems reasonable enough, except at night it is very difficult to find the bus. I think the guide should have provided for a meeting place just outside the Tower. That's my constructive criticism.
Bus tour was poorly narated. Most of them I've been on tell you to look right or left and we had no idea after dark what we were to look at. Too long! Hit the big items, felt we were going in circles. Didn't bother with Eiffel Tower as we figured the tour guide wouldn't be of any use there either. There was no interaction at all with the guide other than to give out tickets. Half of what we saw on the way to the Seine could have been explained in passing rather than try to see them in the dark.