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- Start your Parisian getaway with the Musée Quai Branly, crossing the Seine River a few minutes away from the Plaza Athénée. The building, designed by the award-winning architect Jean Nouvel, hosts a unique collection of primitive art and displays an exclusive view of Paris, the Seine river and the Tour Eiffel.
- A 5-10min walk will lead you to the Musée de Tokyo where you’ll discover one of the very best showcases of contemporary arts and enjoy the temporary exhibitions and events.
- Take advantage of your location and discover contemporary cuisine in an incredibly modern setting at the Tokyo Eat.
- Enjoy the afternoon combining pleasure and culture: the Louis Vuitton Centre will delight you with its art exhibitions and its great boutique, all in one site, next to the Champs Elysées, only few minutes away from Avenue Montaigne. Then spend the afternoon shopping in the most luxurious district in the world; or, if you are looking for more culture, visit the Muséum of Modern Art to see work by artists such as Matisse, Picasso, Braque and Chagall. The Musée Galliera is also a must see in Paris: also known as the Fashion Museum, featuring more than 10,000 outfits from the 18th century to present collections.
- For a wide selection of tea and iconic macarons, visit Ladurée on the Champs Elysées.
- Do not miss a ballet at the Opéra Garnier, a classified monument and unrivalled artistic hub.
- Eager to discover a typical French brasserie with traditional Parisian dishes? Le Pied de Cochon, located one kilometre away from the Opera Garnier, offers the opportunity to discover famous French traditional dishes such as onion soup. Open 24 hours a day.
- Start your journey with two inescapable monuments: Le Grand Palais, hosting some of the largest special exhibitions in the city, and opposite is the Petit Palais specialising in Medieval and Renaissance objets d’art.
- Next to the Grand Palais is the triple Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant: Pavillon Ledoyen.
- Discover the city of light in an exclusive and unforgettable manner: from the Seine River on a private cruise to take advantage of the most dramatic views of Paris monuments.
- End your day at the restaurant Les Ombres (Musée du Quai Branly), located on the museum’s rooftop, which offers a tremendous scenery of the Eiffel Tower and the rest of the city. The elegant French cuisine perfectly matches the setting.
- Le Marais: Covering the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, the Marais is one of the city’s oldest districts. Do not miss the Centre Pompidou for its great views and world class collection of modern art as well as the Musée Picasso featuring artworks from the celebrated 20th-century artist.
- Eat in the old windmill immortalised by Toulouse Lautrec, van Gogh and Renoir: le Moulin de la Galette in Montmartre. Then tour this world-famous neighbourhood.
- Montmartre: often described as a village-like neighbourhood with an incredibly different atmosphere, this area has recently been revealed to the world through French movie Amélie. Take a walk on the crowded Sacré Coeur.
- Before leaving, make sure to take a drink at the hip Café Burq, a favourite insider spot.
- A Parisian cabaret show on the Champs Elysées: Le Lido offers you a unique insight to the capital’s cultural heritage.
- Departure transfers from the hotel