Paris and Versailles, France. Enjoy Seine River Cruise, The Moulin Rouge show and Château de Chantilly day trip (included in price) Enjoy your 9 days holiday and stay in 4* hotels with nice breakfast and paid train transfer between sites just for £ 620

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Enjoy your 9 days holiday and stay in 4* hotels with nice breakfast and paid train transfer between cites just for £ 620, included: Seine river cruise ticket, The Moulin Rouge show ticket and Château de Chantilly day trip

Enjoy your holiday in Paris, incl. Seine river cruise ticket (included)
Enjoy your holiday in Paris, incl. The Moulin Rouge ticket (included)
Enjoy your Château de Chantilly day trip (return train tickets)

* The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two. Please, contact Travel Dream Club and we will offer a good option for Solo Travellers.

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Paris has been drawing visitors from all over the world for centuries. From it’s beautiful historical monuments to exceptional cuisine, Paris has become one of the visited cities in the world.

It's no surprise why the Eiffel Tower witnesses so many marriage proposals: scaling the three floors of the 324 m Parisian icon to the sweeping panoramic views of the city is utterly romantic

– and even more irresistible with a glass of pink Champagne in hand at the top-floor Champagne Bar.

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"The Widow Clicquot who created French Champagne Industry"

The Champs Elysees is one of Paris’ most iconic streets. Lining the boulevard on either side are manicured trees leading up to another of the city’s top attractions, the Arc de Triomphe.

Say ‘Je t’aime’ in Montmartre

Montmartre and its signature Basilique du Sacré-Cœur is a place of pilgrimage for romantics. Steep staircases scale the hillside to the basilica’s lofty dove-white domes, from where vistas of the city

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Delve into the fabled heart of this artist neighbourhood at the Musée de Montmartre, set in the 17th-century manor where Impressionist painter Renoir and later Realist painter Suzanne Valadon had studios.

The intimate garden here – with a rope swing hung from a tree evocative of Renoir’s The Swing – is particularly romantic.

The Basilica of Sacre-Coeur is the white-domed church, located near the Abbesses metro station, which cannot be missed because it is the most iconic attraction when reaching Montmartre as it towers over the city.

Picnic along Siene

If you’re looking for a way to wind down after a busy day of sightseeing, pack a picnic and head to the banks of the Seine. Stop by one of the local grocery stores and pick up some freshly baked bread, cheese and a bottle of wine...

...and go to one of the two islands on the river and has uninterrupted views of the Pont des Arts bridge and the Louvre Museum.

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Paris is an incredible destination for travelers who love history, art and the finer things in life. With so much to see and do, take your time exploring the top sights and leave room in your itinerary to discover a few spots that are off the beaten track...

The Moulin Rouge is known as a cabaret that was founded and built in 1889 and ever since then it has been coined the modern birthplace of can-can, which is a seductive dance that later turned into a form of entertainment.

Today, it still retains its antiquity and atmosphere as a place of entertainment for guest all over the world. This is an absolute must-see and must-go…

Moulin Rouge

Ohh la la… Le Moulin Rouge is one the most famous cabarets in the world. It is easily recognisable with its red windmill on the corner of boulevard de Clichy and place Blanche, Paris. What secrets lie behind the music-hall revue’s history?

Paris’ Moulin Rouge (built in 1885) is known for its Champagne-filled parties that pioneered cabaret and the famous French cancan dance. But from devastating fires to its hidden quaint windmill past, read on to discover the fascinating things you never knew about the most famous cabaret in the world.

The iconic windmill gives a glimpse into the otherworldly past of Paris, where Montmarte was once a tiny village full of windmills. Almost unbelievably, there once were around 15 windmills on the Montmartre Butte used to grind wheat, press grapes and materials for factories.

Discover magnificent, exclusive international acts on the legendary stage of the Moulin Rouge!

These exceptional artistic performances by top artistic are sometimes funny, sometimes moving but always surprising!

Chateau de Chantilly

If you are looking for a quieter alternative Versailles, close to Paris look no further than the wonderful Chateau de Chantilly.

You will fell in love with the English Garden at Chantilly. The creators stated this part of the grounds as “ideal for a romantic stroll”. You will admire the wildness of the gardens dotted with pretty features. There are many beautiful things to take photos of. There are plenty of romantic elements to snap such the temple of Venus at the side of one of the many lakes.

There are incredible chandeliers on the ceilings and incredible frescoes adorned the walls. Lovely views over the garden provided through the many windows...

Petit Trianon

In an attempt to gain some brief respite from courtly etiquette, the kings of Versailles built themselves more intimate spaces close to the main palace. Adjoining the Petit Parc, the estate of Trianon is home to the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon palaces, as well as the Queen’s Hamlet and a variety of ornamental gardens.

Grand Trianon Palace built at the far end of the northern branch of the Grand Canal. The estate is perhaps most closely associated with Queen Marie-Antoinette. The wife of Louis XVI regularly sought refuge at the Petit Trianon, where she commissioned marvellous landscaped gardens centred around a hamlet of cottages built in the rustic style then in vogue.

Designed for more intimate moments, this royal estate contains architectural gems and magnificent gardens whose diversity and ornamentation give it a unique charm.


Palace of Versailles, former French royal residence and centre of government, now a national landmark. It is located in the city of Versailles, Yvelines département, Île-de-France région, northern France, 10 miles (16 km) west-southwest of Paris.

As the centre of the French court, Versailles was one of the grandest theatres of European absolutism.

Perhaps the most-famous room in the palace is the Hall of Mirrors (1678–89). The gallery extends more than 230 feet (70 metres) and is characterized by 17 wide arcaded mirrors opposite 17 windows that overlook the gardens below.

Glass chandeliers adorn the arched, ornately painted ceiling, upon which Le Brun depicted a series of 30 scenes glorifying the early years of the reign of Louis XIV.

Gilded statues and reliefs border its marble walls. The hall is flanked on opposite ends by the equally striking Salon of Peace and Salon of War.

The gardens of Versailles were planned by André Le Nôtre, perhaps the most famous and influential landscape architect in French history. Behind the palace, the ground falls away on every side from a terrace adorned with ornamental basins, statues, and bronze groups.

Your 12 days, 11 night Itinerary

- Day 1: Fly to Paris, start to enjoy your holiday and stay overnight.

- Day 2: Your second day in Paris, enjoy Seine River Cruise, enjoy your day and stay overnight.

- Day 3: Your third day in Paris, evening Moulin Rouge show and stay overnight.

- Day 4: Your forth day in Paris and stay overnight.

Day 5: Your fifth day in Paris, Château de Chantilly day trip, come back to Paris and stay overnight.

Day 6: After hotel check-out you will board a train to Versailles where you will stay next two days. Enjoy your afternoon, evening and stay overnight

- Day 7: Your day in Versailles and stay overnight.

- Day 8: Your day in Versailles and stay overnight.

-Day 9: After hotel check-out you will go to Paris airport and fly back home.

*The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.

*If you want to change (increase or decrease) amount of days/nights to stay, please, contact us: ask@traveldreamclub.uk . We are happy to make your holiday planned by your desire

*Travel Dream Club will provide you with a travel guide with a description of routes and historical places, as well as a “package of tips” from experienced travelers and you will have your holiday enjoyable and planned by your desire.

* You can change the dates of your holiday before full coordination of details and completed travel documents.

*No cancellation after full coordination of details and completed travel documents. Changes are possible, subject to availability.

* Refund before final approval of documents guaranteed.

Below you see how your double rooms with private bathroom may look like in 4* hotel with breakfast.

The price of the hotel is based on a double room, so you will need to buy a trip for two.

Please, contact Travel Dream Club and we will offer a good option for Solo Travelers.

Start your journey with Travel Dream Club www.traveldreamclub.uk

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