Day 1 - Journey to Paris
A morning departure as we journey South for our afternoon Channel crossing to France. Relax and take in famous sights as we continue our journey to the Greater Paris area. We will arrive at our hotel around mid-evening.
Day 2 - Paris
After breakfast, take a whole day to see one of the most incredible, vibrant and romantic cities on Earth. We include return coach transfers into Paris, so all you have to think about is what landmark you will visit first! You also have the option to choose our daytime city tour and cruise. It's a great and informative way to see many of Paris’ most famous sights.
Day 3 - Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe
Today is the highlight of your holiday, an amazing Day at the Races. We include return coach transfers and entry ticket to the racecourse. We also include today, some return evening transfers into Paris.
Day 4 - Paris
Sadly after breakfast it will be time to leave the hotel and begin our homeward journey. En-route to the port, time permitting, we visit a French hypermarket or wine/beer warehouse.
You will stay three nights at a comfortable hotel in the Greater Paris area, such as or similar to the Mercure Versailles Parly 2. Hotels used have well-furnished en-suite bedrooms as well as a bar and restaurant where continental buffet breakfast will be included.
Departure dates and prices 2019 : tour code ARC4
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Single room supplement only £119.
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