Brunch at Le Bristol
Enjoy some food fit for royalty in Le Bristol’s gorgeous ‘Epicure’ restaurant, it proudly hosts 4 Michelin Stars from their chef Eric Frechon and is nothing but gastronomic excellence. We recommend trying his famous Macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke, duck foie gras and gratinée with aged Parmesan, with many people travelling to Paris just to taste.
Private tour of Louve Museum to see the famous Mona Lisa
Take a leisurely stroll around the world’s largest and arguably most famous museum. Skip the line of art lovers all eager to set their eyes on the famous Mona Lisa or The Raft of the Medusa, with a private informative guide telling you their extensive knowledge on all the pieces.
Wine tasting at Les Caves De Louve
Situated within the Louve, Les Caves De Louve is the perfect treat after admiring all the beautiful art on display. Sommelier instructed in a stunning tasting room, you get to drink 10 different wines (5 white & 5 red), along with nibbling on a variation of artisanal cheese and breads. You will learn about the regions of France each wine is from, and even learn how to read a French wine label, before visiting their historic wine cellar.
Dinner at The Eiffle Towers most exclusive restaurant, Le Jules Verne
Located 410ft high on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne is the perfect place to end the evening. Guests will be able to choose between a 5-course and a 7-course tasting menu, all cooked by Michelin star chef Jules Verne.
TOP TIP: Book for evening/after dark, the Eiffel Tower sparkles every hour for 5 minutes, making this beautiful setting even more mesmerising.