We propose walking from the Arc de Triomphe all the way down Champs-Elysées, to the grand 28-hectare Tuileries Gardens. In the afternoon, enjoy free time to visit The Musée de l’Orangerie housed in the former Orangery of the Tuileries Gardens, built in 1852. The building now houses one of French impressionist painter Claude Monet’s most luminous achievements: Les Nymphéas.
Dinner has been booked at the fabulous Michelin-star Jules Verne Restaurant with an outstanding view over Paris. Perched at a height of 410 feet and providing an exceptional view of Paris, Le Jules Verne is the must-visit gastronomic destination of the capital. Escape the crowds and take a private elevator for this amazing gastronomic dining experience. (Dinner is not included)