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Enjoy a delicious meal in a quaint, traditional, French restaurant in the Latin Quarter.
After dinner your chauffer will collect you from the restaurant and you will climb into an original refurbished 2CV one of the truly French icons know all over the world. It’s a little tight inside - but that’s all part of the fun! Drive through the streets and look up from the see through roof at the lights. Pass the famous floodlit monuments such as the Champs Elysees, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe and others, which will dazzle you with their spectacular brilliance.
To end the evening a smooth session of Jazz awaits you at one of the most famous traditional Jazz clubs in Paris. It boasts some of the greatest jazzmen in the world appearing regularly since 1946.
Dinner Reservation: 7:30pm
Dinner in the Latin Quarter: Approx. 1.5 hour
2CV Illumination Tour: Approx 1 hour
Jazz Club: As long as you wish
Dinner reserved at 7:30pm, Heuereux Comme Alexandre 13, Rue du Pot de Fer – 75005 Paris. (Métro: Place Monge - Line 7.
At 8:45m your driver will come outside the restaurant to get you.
After a 1 hour night tour you will be dropped off at the Jazz Club at 9:45pm.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour ends at Caveau la Huchette - 5 rue de la Huchette.
To start the evening make your way to Heuereux Comme Alexandre 13, Rue du Pot de Fer – 75005, a quaint traditional French restaurant in the heart of the Latin Quarter near the magnificent Pantheon.
Your evening begins with a Fondue Dinner at 7:30pm at a Fondue bistro located near rue Moufftard in the heart of the Latin Quarter.
After dinner, your 2CV with a bilingual driver (English and French) will be waiting outside for your private tour of night-time Paris.
You will travel through the brightly lit streets and feel the excitement of the vibrant night-life of this cosmopolitan city for around 1 hours. Your breathtaking tour will take in the most spectacular illuminated monuments and squares. These include the churches of Church Saint-Sulpice and Notre Dame, the stately Arc de Triomphe, the extraordinary Eiffel Tower and majestic Orsay Museum, the lively bohemian districts of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter, the glamour and glitz of the Champs-Élysées, the expanse of the Place de la Concorde and the finely proportioned Place Vendôme.
You will be dropped off at one of the most famous traditional Jazz clubs in Paris where the greatest jazzmen in the world have appeared regularly since 1946. You can stay as long as you wish and when leaving you are centrally located right across from Notre Dame. Every evening a jazz band performs for the listening pleasure of regulars and visitors alike. Dance in the timeless tradition of Saint-Germain des Pres jazz with the best boppers in Paris. Whether you are just a Jazz-Lover, like to dance your socks off, or a professional musician, the exceptional atmosphere of the club will remind you of the Cotton Club and the Savoy in the glory days.
Your tour ends at Caveau la Huchette (5 Rue de La Huchette). You can stay in the club as long as you like and then make your own way back. The club is centrally located, right across from Notre Dame.
Please email or send an sms the tour operator at least 72 hours prior to start of the tour to re-confirm. Details in your voucher.
Emergency Number for the pick up is +33 6 17 89 58 87
The vehicle can accommodate a maximum of 3 people
The tour is not suitable for under 18 age group
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Dinner in the Latin Quarter (Le Pot de Terre Restaurant) will consist of either entrée and main course or main course and dessert, from a menu of traditional French food
Dinner Reservation: 7:30pm
Night Tour Pick up: 8:45pm
Jazz Entry: any time after 9:45pm
The dinner was great in a very intimate restaurant, although did feel a bit pressed for time as our car was meeting us, we would have liked to have stayed longer at the...Carol Adams, United Kingdom, 01/Dec/2010