Chauffeur driven Rolls Royce tours in Paris
If you want to treat yourselves or enjoy a romantic weekend in Paris with a difference, then a tour in a vintage Rolls Royce could be the answer to see numerous tourist attractions in a very luxurious way.
About the luxury tours in Paris in a vintage Rolls Royce
The company was originally started by Larry Davis, an entrepreneur, who wanted to provide private and luxury tours in Paris for special occasions. So, you can now go past many different tourist attractions in a Rolls Royce, or alternatively if you wish to see the sights at a slower pace with a romantic horse and carriage ride, you also have this option available.
As for the Rolls Royce, you will be able to enjoy the luxury of a white vintage Silver Cloud Rolls Royce, while being chauffeur driven around by an English speaking driver, with the option of sipping a glass of champagne as you discover the city of lights in a very unique private way.
There are different classic tours available including the Left Bank Tour where you get to see the Musee Rodin, the Eglise du Dome that holds the tome of Napoleon Bonaparte at Les Invalides, you go over the Pont Alexandre III bridge and see the Trocadero with its fabulous fountains in Paris.
The Right Bank tour in the Rolls Royce covers Montmartre and the Place du Tertre where numerous artists are to be found, the Sacre Coeur Basilica, the Opera Garnier and Place Vendome. However, you can also opt for an Old Paris tour where you can see the Place des Vosges, the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Conciergerie on the Ile de la Cite, the Ile Saint Louis island and much more.
Now Paris is always known as the City of Lights, and one of the private tours in a Vintage Rolls Royce is called the Night Lights Tour where you can get to see the pyramid at the Louvre Museum. The illuminations of the Eiffel Tower is another landmark, along with the most famous avenue in the world, the Champs Elysees, which you can admire and at the opposite end to the Place de la Concorde is where you can also see the Arc de Triomphe all lit up on this Night Lights Tour in Paris.
And if time permits depending upon traffic and the circumstances, each tour will provide you with numerous other tourist attractions in Paris that you can discover from a unique and unforgettable perspective.
So, for a two hour tour in the vintage Saint Cloud Rolls Royce with your own English speaking chauffeur, this will set you back a mere €375 or three hours will be €525. And additional supplements include a bottle of champagne, caviar, a professional photographer so you can capture your unique moment forever, or additional hours, are some of the extras that you can purchase for different fees.
Custom vintage Rolls Royce tours
However, there are also lunch packages along with evening packages available at selected gourmet restaurants, along with a private wine tasting session or dinner cruise, to make that evening of romance and indulgence even more special depending upong your tastes and budget.
As well as the classic tours in the vintage Rolls Royce in Paris on set routes, you also have the option of customising your trip, whether it be for your wedding or just a romantic proposal where you are dropped off at the restaurant of your choice or your hotel.
You even have the option of combining the Silver Cloud Rolls Royce tour with dinner and a River Seine cruise, but whatever you decide, all excursions do have to be booked well in advance.
Accessing the vintage Rolls Royce tours in Paris
And if you wish to get to the Experience Paris office via public transport in Paris, then you will find this located in the 7th Arrondissement and the nearest Metro station is called the Ecole Militaire stop via line 8. However, you also have the La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle stop via lines 6, 8 and 10 along with the Champ de Mars - Tour Eiffel stop for the RER trains via line C.
Yet the bus numbers 28, 80, 82, 87 and 92 will also get you close by, as will the bus tours in Paris such as l’OpenTour, plus the Batobus water bus, also has a stop at the foot of the Eiffel Tower by the Pont d’Iena bridge.