Kafari David - Private Guide in Paris
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From the City of Lights to the picturesque Champagne Country, my beautiful country of France has much to offer our guests. A trip to France can be one of the most memorable and pleasurable experiences of your life, especially when you can partake of all of its wonders and delights without any of the ordinary hassles of traveling in a strange place. As a professional private guide in France, I can ensure that your vacation in my country will be extremely enjoyable and stress free.
My insider’s knowledge of France and my extensive experience in the travel and tourism industry have enabled me to provide a valuable service to visitors in my country, and my network of contacts allows me to offer many services at discounted prices. It is my pleasure to offer my private guide services for all of your touring arrangements, from meeting you and your party with a comfortable private vehicle the moment you arrive, to creating a personalized tour itinerary based on your unique interests and preferences. I can provide airport transfer, hotel reservations, and translation services. I am happy to provide you with a font of local information regarding the best hotels and restaurants, the most fascinating sites and the most interesting experiences available in my extraordinary country.
There are many intriguing and enjoyable experiences available in France, whether your interests lie in history, architecture, culture, art, cuisine or shopping. Enlisting my services as your private guide in France will give you the advantage of a native’s knowledge of his homeland. We will explore and discover the beautiful country of France in ways that the ordinary mass tourist groups will never experience. No crowded, impersonal bus tour could ever give you the enjoyment and convenience you’ll have with my professional private driver guide services.
We can take in the classic sights in Paris, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre, as well as enjoy fantastic shopping and spectacular gourmet restaurants. We can also visit the Loire Castles, take a Champagne tour, visit Versailles and see Mont Saint Michael. You and I can discuss your interests and the various options for planning your guided tour in France, and we will plan a customized itinerary designed to bring you the most pleasure on your vacation.
The greatest reward I receive from my career as a professional private guide in France is the incredible happiness and enjoyment I am able to help bring about for my guests. Please read some of the reviews from my prior guests in the “Testimonials” section, and see how pleased my guests are with my private guide services. I will be glad to discuss your specific vacation plans with you and provide you with an accurate, reasonable quote. Contact me to create your own memorable vacation in France or a perfect day in Paris.
Vive la France!!!
Paris essentials: Oú est la gare?
Paris certainly has a lot to offer to the occasional visitor. And the following tips will surely come in handy when trying to get the best time in this beautiful city.
First of all, if you’re planning a rather long stay, make sure to rent an apartment instead of booking a hotel. While living in a hotel certainly has its benefits, renting a room will help you feel the spirit of Paris much easier. First of all, renting an apartment will turn out to be much cheaper, and you will have an easier access to local shops, bakeries and markets, which will set the right vibe for your Paris vacation. Most apartments are usually available for at least of week’s rent, but you can look around for nightly offers as well. There are plenty of sites that offer direct apartment booking, so make sure to spend some time googling before your trip to make sure you have the right accommodation when you arrive to Paris. As example, parisattitude.fr and allorenta.com and feelparis.com
Don’t expect everyone to speak or even understand English. And it would be more pleasant for the locals if you try to learn some basic expressions like bonjour (hello), merci (thank you) and au revoir (goodbye). You’ll see far more smiles when trying to speak French, and isn’t that a good way to make your visit enjoyable? People usually say hello and goodbye when entering and exiting shops, so keep that in mind when visiting the local bakery or market. And if you’re looking forward for some time at the bar, don’t forget to say santé (cheers) when hitting another round of drinks with the locals.
The Métro is the best and most rapid way to get around the city. There are 14 lines and 300 stations that will get you to virtually any part of Paris. A single ride will cost you 1.60 while a 10 ride ticket is cheaper and costs Euro 11.40. The Métro is open from 5:30 in the morning to 00:30 or 1:00 in the night (2:15 in the night on Fridays and Saturdays).
Remember that Monday is a day off for most restaurants, cafes, boutiques and markets in Paris. The Louvre is an exception as it’s only closed on Tuesdays.
Speaking of Louvre, which is certainly a must-see, remember to keep your visit short and down to essentials such as Mona Lisa or the Venus de Milo. The place is really huge and you can waste your entire day with the crowds of tourists exploring the museum.
There are many things you can enjoy in Paris, and sometimes it can be a problem choosing something particular. Make sure to do your research beforehand and consider many interesting places both in Paris and outside the city. Fortunately, there are many sites that can give you a good idea regarding interesting activities.
- Paris Shopping Tour
- Stopover in Paris
- Paris City Tour Day and Night
- Visit France of the Middle Ages in Provins !
- Mont Saint Michel Tour
- Champagne Tour
- Loire Castles Tour
- Day tour: USA Saves France from Nazi Occupation
- Paris and Versailles
- Tour Group in France
- Visit Monet at Giverny !
Latest Customer's Opinions:
David!!!!!!!!.......We cannot thank you enough for making our "afternoon in Paris" such a memorable event for us. It was still very hard to imagine that on Tuesday afternoon we were in Paris and on Wednesday morning we were walking on Zuma Beach....... Thank you again......Kerry and Dennis