European City Breaks
Paris- 4* Romance Malesherbes by Patrick Hayat
From €350pp bed and breakfast
- Depart From
- Fly from Cork
- Departure Date
04 Mar 2022 - 07 Mar 2022
Alternative travel dates available
- 3 Nights
- Paris, France
- From €350pp bed and breakfast
Fly from Cork to Paris and spend three nights in this beautiful Parisian hotel as you explore the world's most romantic city.
Set in the very heart of Paris, the Romance Malesherbes by Patrick Hayat hotel illustrates the elegance of romanticism.
Each floor is furnished with an individual colour scheme, and guestrooms are furnished with antique-style furniture. All rooms offer free wifi and satellite tv. Breakfast is served each morning in the unique vaulted celler. In addition, there is a Nespresso maker and tea-making facilites available for guests' use at reception.
The hotel is ideally located in the very chic 17th district of Paris. It is within walking distance from the Grands Magasins, the Opera, the Champs Elysées, Montmartre, as well as the splendid Parc Monceau and the Palais des Congrès.
The hotel is also very well served by metros and buses. Nearby, several excellent restaurants offer a large variety of cuisines to suit every palate.
Skip the Line: Louvre Museum Walking Tour including Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa from €61
Experience culture and art through the ages with a small-group tour of Paris’ epic Louvre Museum. Jump the queue and spend three hours with a guide, seeing and learning about some of the museum’s 35,000 artworks across eight themed galleries.
Then enjoy time on your own to explore, viewing paintings, sculpture and architecture from 450 BC to the 19th century. Numbers are limited to 25 on this small-group tour to ensure a more intimate experience. To upgrade your ticket, select a private tour exclusive to just your group. Ask us for more information.
- Guided walking tour inside the Louvre Museum
- Skip the line for a speedy entry See the Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa
- Enjoy commentary from an English-speaking guide, plus audio headsets so you can hear clearly
- Enjoy a small-group tour limited to 25 people maximum or a private tour exclusive to only your group
- Choose to upgrade for a Private Tour of the Louvre
Bateaux Parisiens Seine River Dinner Cruise from €69
Ensure a memorable night out in Paris with a gourmet dinner cruise along the Seine River. Float past the city’s famed monuments, such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Ile de la Cité aboard a luxury Bateaux Parisiens riverboat.
Soak up the magic of Paris from an onboard dining room while enjoying a gourmet 3-course meal. Please note that Champagne and live music are also included on select 8:30pm departures.
- 1.5- or 2.5-hour evening cruise along the Seine River
- Sip on a glass of Champagne when you board your boat (for 8:30pm dinner cruises only)
- Enjoy a 3-course à la carte dinner with wine
- See iconic Paris attractions that line the Seine’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed riverbanks
Ensure your place: book this tour with us before you fly. Want to try a different Paris experience? There are a huge variety of tours and excursions available. Please ask us for more information.
Jardin du Luxembourg
This beautiful city park contains hundreds of statues, fountains and monuments- including the first model for the Statue Of Liberty
I Love You Wall
This artwork features the words 'I love you' in over 300 languages and is a great place for a taking a romantic holiday snap
Catacombes de Paris
Over 200 miles of subterranean tunnels lie beneath the city, with a small portion open to visitors. Visitor numbers are restricted so buying tickets ahead of time is recommended
The global symbol of Paris, take in the views of the city, visit one of the tower's resaurants or simply enjoy the nightime lightshow from the ground (to cut down on waiting times, pre-booking tickets is highly advised)
Discover the history of radioactivity research in the former office and lab space once used by Marie and Pierre Curie. Don't worry- it's been deconaminated
Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
This fascinating museum displays examples of the indigenous art and cultures of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas
The world's largest art museum is home to a wealth of treasures including Ancient and Renaissance works- most famously the Mona Lisa
Museum of the History of Medicine
With over 1,500 exhibits, this museum is home to some of the oldest medical instruments in Europe, including surgical kits from the battle of Waterloo
Le Louxor Palais du Cinema
Abandoned for decades before being restored in 2013, this beautiful 1920's Egyptian Revival movie theatre has a bar upstairs on the secret rooftop
Shakespeare and Company
This iconic bookstore has links to an incredible array of writers, including Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, Bertolt Brecht, Ted Hughes, Samuel Beckett, Naomi Klein, Dave Eggers and Jonathan Safran
Notre-Dame de Paris
Iconic medieval cathedral famously adorned with gargoyles and chimeras over an ancient crypt, , with free guided tours daily
Musée des Arts et Métiers
This museum houses one of the world's best collections of scientic instruments, including Foucault’s pendulum, a theatre of automata and the first steam-powered automobile
House of Nicolas Flamel
Now an atmospheric restaurant, the walls of the home of the famous 15th century alchemist are adorned with strange symbols
The Room of Endangered and Extinct Species
This gallery holds over 250 rare taxidermy specimens, including a quagga, a Hawaiʻian ʻōʻō, a Barbary lion and the only complete black emu skeleton
This complex houses several military museums and is home to the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte
Salvador Dalí Sundial
Installed on the wall at 27 Rue Saint Jacques by the famous artist in 1966, this sundial looks great but does not work- a somewhat appropriate nod to the surrealist's persona
Place de la Concorde
The largest public square in the captial, this plaza is adorned with statues and a 3000 year old Egyptian obelisk
Paris Point Zero
Visit the site from which all French locations are thought to be measured and kiss your loved one, throw a coin or spin in a circle for good luck
Centre Georges Pompidou
This iconic avant-garde building is home to the National Museum Of Modern Art
Musée des Arts Forains
This beautiful museum is home to antique carnival rides from 1850 onwards. Visitors may ride on some of the attrations, though pre-booking is required
Price is per person, based on 2 adults sharing, and Includes:
- Flights and charges from Cork to Paris
- 10kg hand luggage
- 3 nights bed and breakfast accommodation at the 4* Romance Malesherbes by Patrick Hayat, in a standard room
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