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$3800 per person

Paris! It’s Paris! It is exciting! It is decadent! It is sexy. It is mysterious. It is pure magic. And we are going to do “all the things” together.

My love for Paris started 30 years ago when I studied abroad in London and made a trip across the pond. It stuck with me until I was in my early 40s and returned for a summer in Paris, which was ultimately the catalyst to our WorldTowning lifestyle. I love Paris!

Years later we lived in the South of France in a stationary capacity for 10 months and then we popped in and out of France while living in our RV in Europe for 3 years. France is our European home and Paris is a city we cannot wait to share with all of you.

During your time with us in Paris we will take to the streets every day and fill our cups up! We will eat our weight in cheese, take afternoon breaks over hot chocolate and pain au chocolate, start our evenings with an aperitif and try our hand at a pastry challenge. How cool is that? And that is just the food. You will leave us being able to captivate your friends back home with cultured stories of how your fancy champagne is made and what “really” happens at the Moulin Rouge and in a Speakeasy. Plus, you will be able to sprinkle in some tales of your visit to the largest antique market in Europe, your sunset dinner cruise down the Seine and how sipping champagne underneath the sparkle of the Eiffel Tower is “that” amazing. Are you excited? This is only a sampling of all the glamour we will experience in Paris.

If you want to explore a mysterious land, make new friends, and push yourself out of your comfort zone and into what we would consider an “food, art, architecture” zone, this is the trip for you. If you care about connecting deeply with a new culture in a way you cannot do on a traditional vacation, this is for you. If you approach the world with a glass half-full attitude, this is for you.

Does it sound inticing? The experience is all that, and more.

Get greater detail about our trips and who they are ideally for here. The FAQ also answers many of the questions you may have about accommodations, insurance, etc. Both of these pages may be helpful to you before you register for this trip.

Price is based on double occupancy, limited singles available. Please click the accommodations tab for additional occupancy information.

The full itinerary is available for purchase for $300 in the event you can’t come on the trip, but want to go on your own at some point.

  • Destinations
  • Departure City
  • Departure Date
    October 10, 2024
  • Return Date
    October 16, 2024
  • Level of Difficulty
    Minimum age 14.
  • Included
    Gift Basket
    Live Q & A
    Meals during trip
    Personal Guides
    Private FB Group
    Welcome Party
    WorldTowning Swag
  • Not Included
    Arrival Day Meals
    Arrival Transportation
    Covid testing (if applicable)
    Departure Day Meals
    Departure Transportation
    Equipment Rental
    Flights to Country
    Flights Within Country
    Laundry, Phone Calls, Room Service
    Meals (breakfast and dinner)
    National Park Fees
    non-alcoholic drinks (not offered for free at meals)
    Tipping at the Restrooms
    Tips for Guides
    Trip Insurance
    Vegetarian Options
ARRIVAL (Oct 10th)
Make yourself comfortable in the accommodations. We'll gather in the evening to start our trip. Please note: If you would like to arrive earlier and explore on your own prior to the start date, that is fine. Our trip officially begins October 10th in the evening. We can't wait to meet all of you.

As a warm welcome, we would like to invite you to a meet n' greet aperatif and pastry challenge on the evening you arrive. If you will be arriving late, don't worry as we will do a more formal welcome at breakfast in the morning.

In addition, we will have a culture expert join us for 1 hour to educate us on nuances we should be aware of, basic language, etiquette, food options and much more.

Get a good night's sleep because tomorrow we rock and roll!
Paris (Oct 11th)


This is the first official day of our voyage together. We will all meet at the opening breakfast to discuss the day, address any questions, and meet those of you who got in late the night before and missed the meet n' greet.

We will visit Sainte-Chapelle, the finest royal chapel to be built in France and features a truly exceptional collection of stained glass windows. It was built in the mid 13th century by Louis IX, at the heart of the royal residence, the Palais de la Cité, to house the relics of the Passion of Christ.

Le Soufflé embodies the values of traditional French Cuisine, with a twist of uniqueness through the many various soufflés.

We will take a guided tour of Musée d'Orsay for the afternoon. It's famous for its impressive collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist art, making it one of the largest in the world. Housed in a stunning former railway station on the Seine, the museum is just as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside.

We will visit an elegant, long-standing cafe known for its sandwiches, creative macarons & classic French pastries.

We will pay tribute to the magical Eiffel Tower with a glass a champagne as we watch it put on i'ts light show under the stars.

We will dine on traditional French cuisine.
Paris (Oct 12th)
We will enjoy a French petite dejeuner in our accommodations before taking off for a day of adventure.

Today is a unique day in that you will have the option to choose between two activities.

A tour of Champagne country: We will visit 2 to 3 different wine estates (famous domaines, boutique wineries and hidden gems only known to locals) with a tour of the cellars & a tasting. We will talk directly with wine makers and learn their stories about life on the vineyard, plus sit at their table and dine on a hearty lunch pared with their wines. 


A tour of Les Puces de Sainte-Ouen flea market: Discover quirky items, vintage objects, and antiques in over 2, 500 shops in the largest flea market in all of Europe. From second-hand clothes, old books, to luxury furniture, you will find a lot of wonders! Even if you don't buy anything, you will enjoy your time at this unique flea market. You will find a whole little world as you walk the narrow streets. Between the old antiquities, you can also find good jazz bars, old videos games, old postcards.

We will dine on traditional French cuisine and swap stories from our days adventures.
Paris (Oct 13th)
This morning will be free to explore, have breakfast in bed, journal, go for a walk, whatever meets your fancy after a very busy Oct 12th.

We will meet in the lobby of the hotel for a Montemartre walking food tour: crepes, bread, cheese, meats and so much more. Montmartre is a large hill in Paris's northern 18th arrondissement. It is 130 m high and gives its name to the surrounding district, part of the Right Bank. Montmartre is primarily known for its artistic history, for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur on its summit, and as a nightclub district.

We will have dinner while watching the  legendary stage of the famous Parisian cabaret, the Moulin Rouge troupe, comprising 60 artists and dancers, thrills and enchants audiences all over the world. Trained in classical dance, the Moulin Rouge ballet performs on stage, demonstrating discipline in upbeat choreographies.
Paris (Oct 14th)
We will enjoy a French petite dejeuner in our accommodations before taking off for a day of adventure.

We will visit the Eiffel Tower by day light to enjoy a picnic lunch. For those who want to physically climb the tower or take the elevator this will be your opportunity, but if you prefer to enjoy it from the ground with wine and cheese that is ok as well.


One of the most memorable ways to view Paris’ iconic skyline is on a cruise down the Seine River, and the UNESCO-listed riverbanks are even more atmospheric in the evening hours.
Paris (Oct 15th)
We will enjoy a French petite dejeuner in our accommodations before taking off for a day of adventure.

The we will visit the famous Picasso museum which is very rich in regard to work from the formative years in the life of the artist; it is practically exhaustive up to the Blue Period.

The we dine in the fashionable Marais district in the 4th arrondissement, also known as SoMa (South Marais), is filled with hip boutiques, galleries, and gay bars. Once the city's Jewish quarter, the area still hosts numerous kosher restaurants.

Shopping afternoon. We might also have an option for a Catacombs tour for those who do not want to shop.

We will dine together each night on the regions most popular dishes.

We will visit a speakeasy. A speakeasy, also called a blind pig or blind tiger, is an illicit establishment that sells alcoholic beverages, or a retro style bar that replicates aspects of historical speakeasies.
DEPARTURE (Oct 16th)
This the last day of the trip and the toughest. Saying goodbye to new friends is never easy, but we like to think of it as "until we meet again!" After our final breakfast, the trip will officially conclude. We will miss all of you terribly!
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Value for Money

Welcome to a very french boutique hotel in Paris, not most peoples idea of a typical Parisian hotel. Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais is a romantic fantasy for people who like to experience culture, for art lovers and lovers of history in a historic quarter, The Marais. A hotel with an atmosphere, tastefully appointed with some extravagance and far away from the anonymous and coldness of design hotels. A ‘home hotel’ more than a ‘boutique hotel’, a hotel away from fashion in the trendy Marais. A hotel with a friendly efficient service. For people who don’t want everything to be the same, for those of you who wish to travel back in history and experience the lifestyle and magnificence of 18th century Paris, then you are in for a treat.
Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais is located in The Marais, one of the most cultural and trendiest quarters of the historical center of Paris. The hotel is near the Place des Vosges, the crown jewel of the area and one of the oldest squares in Paris. The Marais is well known for a rich heritage of mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries transformed into famous museums: Musée Picasso, Musée Carnavalet, Musée Cognacq Jay. With its unique atmosphere, thousand of new boutiques, art galleries, countless bars and clubs, shops open Sunday’s, the Marais is today one of the most attractive and fashionable area of Paris. *Hotel accommodations vary depending on the time of year, but you can expect the above level of quality and charm. Subject to change.
$3800 USD - Double Occupancy ONLY
We will be staying in the same accommodations for the entire 6 night trip. You will have two twin beds or one queen (depending on your preference) plus a private bathroom. Our accommodations will have exclusive services, high-end amenities, hair dryer, wifi, a/c, climate control and more.
*If you are traveling alone and would like to be partnered with a roommate please let us know.