Day Trips to Paris from London from £239

Embark on one of the best day trips to Paris from London via the Eurostar promising a whirlwind adventure, seamlessly blending the allure of two iconic European cities. As you board the high-speed train, anticipate a swift and comfortable journey beneath the English Channel, catapulting you into the heart of Paris in just over two hours. Once there, a day filled with enchanting sights awaits. Marvel at the majestic Eiffel Tower, an emblem of romance and architectural prowess, before embarking on a scenic cruise along the Seine River, offering panoramic views of Parisian landmarks. A bus tour through the city’s charming streets unveils a tapestry of history, culture, and art. To enhance your exploration of this iconic city, consider the option of having a professional guide by your side, illuminating the city’s secrets and stories, making this one of the best value day trips as well as an enriching and unforgettable experience.

What is included…

Eurostar Tickets from London St Pancras

You will need to meet at St Pancras Station for an early start at approx. 6:30am, taking a direct train to the French capital of Paris.

All Entrance Tickets Included

All entrances are included, but you can choose a lower-cost option without tickets as you will see below.

Instant Online E-Tickets

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Eurostar to Paris Gare du Nord from London St Pancras

Embarking on an escorted tour to Paris is one of the best ways to ensure you are cared for, from the moment you depart London to the instant you return, allowing you to seamlessly immerse yourself in the enchantment of Paris without any logistical worries.

Eiffel Tower in Paris

Adults: £249 Child: £239

Our most popular tour to Paris…

Paris Day Trip from London with escort onboard

Embarking on a trip to central Paris from London with a knowledgeable escort accompanying you on the train ensures a seamless journey, offering insights and assistance from the very beginning. As you delve into the charm of Paris, a relaxing cruise along the Seine River awaits, and with a handy map of the city in hand, you can confidently explore its iconic landmarks and hidden gems, creating a perfect blend of guided support and self-discovery.

River Seine Cruise in Paris

Adults: £299 Child: £289

A great day with a professional guide to show you around…

Day Trip to Paris with Professional Guide

Opting for a tour from London with a professional guide adds an extra layer of enrichment to your experience. With their expertise, you’ll navigate the city’s treasures with ease, gaining historical context and fascinating anecdotes as you explore landmarks during the Seine River cruise and self-guided excursions with the aid of a comprehensive map, ensuring a day filled with both cultural immersion and personal discovery.

Eiffel Tower Lunch

Adults: £349 Child: £339

Check out this luxury Paris experience with escort guide and and lunch…

Luxury Escorted Paris Day Trip with lunch on the Eiffel Tower

Embark on a truly indulgent central Paris experience from London, accompanied by a professional guide who unveils the city’s secrets. After a scenic Seine River cruise and self-guided exploration aided by a detailed map, elevate your experience with a sumptuous three-course lunch atop the iconic Eiffel Tower. As the day unfolds, enjoy the added luxury of a panoramic sightseeing tour aboard a comfortable coach, ensuring you capture the breath-taking essence of Paris from every angle, making this excursion an unforgettable blend of culture, culinary delights, and sweeping vistas.



Embarking on a one of the best Paris day trips to the centre of Paris from London via the Eurostar from St Pancras International promises a swift and convenient escape to the City of Lights. The Eurostar, renowned for its high-speed service, whisks you beneath the English Channel in approximately two hours and fifteen minutes, making it an efficient and comfortable means of travel. Departing from the iconic St Pancras station, you can anticipate a seamless journey with onboard amenities, including comfortable seating, Wi-Fi, and refreshments. As the train effortlessly glides through the picturesque landscapes, the anticipation builds for a day of exploration in Paris, offering a perfect blend of efficiency and excitement.

Eurostar from London to Paris
All our Paris day trips from London are on the Eurostar from St Pancras Station direct to the Gare du Nord in the centre of Paris.

What People are Saying about our Paris tours

These are just a few examples of customer tour reviews given by customers who have taken one of our Paris day tours from London.

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Guide was excellent
Our Paris day trip was fantastic, and our guide made it even better. They knew so much about the places we visited, from the Eurostar to the Seine River cruise and the bus tour in Paris. Their stories and facts made the day really special and memorable.
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Awesome day trip
The tour from London to Paris in a day was amazing, and our guide was awesome. They knew a lot about the places we visited, like the Eiffel Tower and the streets of Paris. The stories they shared made the trip extra fun and interesting.
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Common questions when visiting Paris just for a day from London

Yes, as you can see from the day trips above, it is possible to do a day trip from London to the iconic city of Paris. One common and efficient way to make this journey is by taking the Eurostar train from London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord. The high-speed train allows you to reach Paris in just over two hours, making it feasible for a day trip. Once in Paris, you can explore the city’s iconic landmarks, indulge in its rich culture, and enjoy various activities before returning to London in the evening. Remember that planning and time management are crucial for making the most of your day trip, so taking an organised trip with us is a great way of making the most of your precious time.

The cost of a day trip from London to Paris can vary depending on several factors, including the mode of transportation, the class of service, and any additional activities or services included in the trip. The main expense will likely be the Eurostar train ticket, which can range from around £60 to £200 or more, depending on how far in advance you book, the time of day, and the class of service. 

Other costs to consider include:
– Meals.
– Entrance fees to attractions.
– Any guided tours or activities you plan to participate in while in Paris.

Additionally, if you choose to hire a professional guide or opt for a more luxurious experience, this will contribute to the overall cost of the day trip. However, savings and peace of mind also need to be considered by booking through an agent or tour company. 

While a day trip to Paris may seem short, it is possible to experience some of the city’s highlights and immerse yourself in its enchanting atmosphere. Start your day with a visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower, a symbol of Parisian romance, where you can enjoy breathtaking city views. Follow this with a stroll along the Seine River, passing landmarks like Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum. Delve into the charming streets of Montmartre, exploring the artsy ambience and the stunning Sacré-Cœur Basilica. To maximize your time, consider visiting the Louvre or Musée d’Orsay for a glimpse of world-class art. Conclude your day with a leisurely walk along the historic Marais district, known for its trendy boutiques and vibrant atmosphere. While a single day in Paris may not allow for an in-depth exploration, strategically planning your itinerary can provide a satisfying taste of the city’s allure.

Yes, it is possible to visit both the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre in a day, it does take some careful planning and time management. Here’s a suggested itinerary:

Early Morning: Eiffel Tower
Start your day early to make the most of your time.
Head directly to the Eiffel Tower. Consider booking tickets in advance to skip the lines.
Enjoy the panoramic views of Paris from the observation decks.

Late Morning: Seine River and Walk to Louvre
Take a leisurely walk along the Seine River, passing iconic landmarks.
Cross the Pont des Arts or Pont Royal to reach the Louvre area.

Lunch: Louvre Area
Have lunch in the Louvre vicinity. There are many cafes and restaurants to choose from.

Afternoon: Louvre Museum
Spend the afternoon exploring the Louvre Museum. Focus on key highlights like the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Winged Victory of Samothrace.
Consider using a map or a guided tour to navigate efficiently.

Late Afternoon: Tuileries Gardens and Rue de Rivoli
After the Louvre, take a stroll through the nearby Tuileries Gardens.
Explore the shops along Rue de Rivoli.

Evening: Marais District or Montmartre
Depending on your interests, spend the evening in the trendy Marais district, known for its boutiques and historic architecture, or head to Montmartre for its artsy atmosphere and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica.

Remember, this is a condensed itinerary, and you won’t have time to explore everything in detail. Prioritize the attractions based on your interests, and consider using skip-the-line options or guided tours to make the most of your time. Additionally, check the opening hours of the Eiffel Tower and Louvre in advance, as they may vary.

The Eiffel Tower’s sparkling light show, known as the “sparkle” or “twinkling” effect, typically begins at sunset and continues every hour on the hour until 1 AM. This dazzling display features thousands of twinkling lights illuminating the Eiffel Tower for about 5 minutes, creating a magical and enchanting spectacle. However, it’s important to note that the specific timing of the light show can vary depending on the season and natural light conditions. It is recommended to check the official website of the Eiffel Tower or local sources for the most up-to-date information on the timing of the light show during your visit.

For a one-day trip to Paris, pack comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing, and remember a lightweight bag to carry essentials like a water bottle, map, camera, and wallet. Dressing in layers is a good idea to adjust to changing weather and indoor-outdoor transitions. A mini umbrella might be handy for unexpected rain showers.

The most popular attractions when visiting Paris for a day include the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the Notre Dame Cathedral. Visitors also often enjoy strolling along the Champs-Élysées and exploring the charming district of Montmartre.

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