New Year 2025 In Paris France

Please Join Us In Paris France 2025
Heavenly - Matched Travel ALL - INCLUSIVE New Years in Paris France Saturday 12-28-24 - Sunday 1-4-25

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everything you need to know before arriving in Beautiful Paris France

Trip Details


Total Cost $4,679.00 Per Person w/2 per room

Package Includes: Round Trip Air from Houston, Texas, Transfers, Tours, Daily Buffet Breakfast. Arrival Welcome Group. Dinner at the Eiffel Tower, 4-Star Upscale Centrally Located Hotel. Most Dinners, New Year's Dinner and Cruise with Champagne. Optional Day of Sightseeing in London and More.



A Non-Refundable Deposit of $400 per person is due by April 20, 2024 to hold limited Air Space. 2nd payment of $850 due by 6/15/24. 3rd payment of $850 is due by 8/15/24. Final Payment is due by 11/28/24


Food & Fun!!

Paris, the City of Light, is a timeless tapestry of culture, history, and romance. Its iconic landmarks, like the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum, are just the beginning of its allure. Stroll along the Seine River, where charming bridges and riverside cafés beckon you to soak in the city's ambiance. Explore the cobblestone streets of Montmartre, where bohemian spirit still lingers, or wander through the grandeur of the Champs-Élysées, lined with designer boutiques and cafés. Indulge in exquisite French cuisine at Michelin-starred restaurants or savor the simplicity of a freshly baked croissant from a local bakery. Art lovers will find themselves in paradise at the Musée d'Orsay, home to an unparalleled collection of Impressionist masterpieces. And let's not forget the magic of Parisian nights. Whether you're sipping champagne atop the Eiffel Tower, enjoying a cabaret show at the Moulin Rouge, or simply taking a moonlit stroll along the Seine, Paris captivates with its eternal charm and enchantment.


More about Paris France

Hidden Vineyards: Paris boasts a few secret vineyards, such as Clos Montmartre in the Montmartre district. It produces a small amount of wine each year, maintaining a tradition that dates back centuries. Roman Ruins: Beneath the bustling streets of Paris, remnants of the Roman city of Lutetia can be found. The Arènes de Lutèce, an ancient Roman amphitheater, is one of the hidden gems from this era. Statue of Liberty Sisters: Paris is home to several replicas of the Statue of Liberty. The most famous one is located on the Île aux Cygnes, a small island in the Seine River. Phantom Metro Stations: There are abandoned metro stations in Paris, such as Porte Molitor and Haxo, that were never used for public service. They add a layer of mystery and history to the city's extensive metro network.



A $100.00 late fee on all Payments received after final Payment is due Cancellations after final payment date of 11/28/24 is 100% Non-Refundable

The Louvre Museum in Paris France

Medieval Fortress: The Louvre was originally built as a fortress in the late 12th century by King Philip II. Visitors can still see parts of the medieval foundations in the museum’s basement. Hidden Apartments: The museum houses the lavishly decorated Napoleon III Apartments, which offer a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the 19th-century French aristocracy. World’s Largest Museum: With over 380,000 objects in its collection, the Louvre is the world’s largest museum. However, only about 35,000 pieces are on display at any given time.