Paris city break

4 days / 3 nights
Travel dates: 5-8.3. and 30.4.-3.5.2020.- GUARANTEED departures

Passenger meeting with the travel companion at the airport Franjo Tudjman at the information counter two hours before departure. Distribution of travel documentation and flight by Croatia Airlines to Paris on OU470 at 9:05 am. Arriving in Paris at 11:05 am Panoramic City Tour by Bus: Champs-Elysées, the main and longest Paris Avenue, one of the most luxurious streets connecting the Concorde Square and Arc de Triomphe - Arc de Triomphe or Arc de Triomphe, one of Paris's most famous monuments , erected in 1806 in honor of French fighters modeled on the Roman arch of Titus - the grand boulevards, the 19th century Baron Haussmann project, the famous Parisian avenues in the city center - Concorde Square, the largest square in Paris and the starting point of Champs-Elysées - Opera - Bastille Square, today's square is where once stood the famous Bastille Fort - Latin Quarter, the famous Paris art district on the left bank of the Seine - Sorbonne, the famous 13th century Paris university - the Pantheon, once a church and today a mausoleum where Many Famous French Buried - Luxembourg Park, Gardens Built for Catherine Medici - Les Invalides, a complex of buildings that once housed a retirement home e the French fighters, the place where Napoleon - Trocadéro was buried, the site of the 1878 World Exhibition, with a great view of the Eiffel Tower. Accommodation in a hotel. Going with the public transport tour manager to Montmartre, the northern and highest Parisian district, as famous as the most picturesque; famous became in the second half of the 19th century when many famous artists came here, Toulouse Lautrec, Apollinaire, Van Gogh, Degas, etc. - Sacré-Coeur Basilica - Church of St. Petra - Place Tertre, Painters Square, favorite bohemian and artist address in Paris. We suggest you end the evening at a cabaret show at the famed Moulin Rouge (optional on-site co-pay with tour manager). Overnight stay.

Day 2: PARIS
Breakfast. Continued sightseeing tour of the city with the public transport guide - subway and on foot: islet of Sv. Louisa, a lovely residential area, one of the two natural islands of Paris - the island of Ile de la Cité, the oldest part of Paris, inhabited since ancient times - Notre Dame Cathedral, the famous 12th-century Gothic cathedral - the picturesque streets of the Latin Quarter - St. Germain des Prés, the famous square in the Latin Quarter where the so-called existentialists and the oldest church in Paris. Going to the world-famous Louvre Museum (surcharge on site), the most visited museum in the world. After a tour of the glass pyramid, the Le Carrousel Arc and the Tuileries Gardens, it's time for a solo tour of the museum. Take a boat ride across the Seine below the famous bridges (surcharge on site to the tour guide) and overlooking the famous monuments and head to the Eiffel Tower (individual visit). Free time for personal programs. Return to hotel individually. Overnight stay.

Day 3: PARIS
Breakfast. We continue our sightseeing tour of Paris by public transport and on foot: the Marais district, a fashionable part of the city where the royal residence used to be, and today is the site of numerous boutiques, cafes, lounges; Place des Vosges Square in this neighborhood is known for its beauty and perfect symmetry - City Hall - Georges Pompidou Museum - Les Halles District. Departure to the Opera and visit the Fragonard perfume museum with a presentation of perfumes and the opportunity to buy aromatic products. Possibility to go to the famous department stores of Lafayette and Printemps or to the Champs Elysees, the most beautiful avenue of Paris with numerous shops and restaurants. We recommend climbing the Arc de Triomphe - the panoramic terrace offers a magnificent view of the illuminated avenues of Paris. Free time for shopping and personal programs. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Free time for personal programs and additional visits to museums (on date 5.3 breakfast and free morning until transfer to the airport at noon, flight schedules in note). Departure from the hotel and transfer to the airport. Croatia Airlines flight from Paris to Zagreb depends on the date.

Departure 5.3 .: FM $ 50 / $ 50
Departure 30/04: FM $ 4,480 / $ 4,680
Airline fees (€ 1,090) are included in the price!


Single room supplement:

Departure 5.3 .: $ 990
Departure 30/04: $ 1,090

Discount for children from 2 to 11 years on extra bed
: - 200 kn
Extra bed for adults on this program is not possible!

Extra charge per person for departure from Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik or Pula: 470 kn
(availability and confirmation of flights upon request; individual check-in at the airport until meeting with the travel manager in Zagreb)

OU 470 05MAR ZAGCDG 0900 1105
OU4001 08MAR CDGZAG 1510 1705
OU 470 30APR ZAGCDG 0900 1105
OU 471 03MAY CDGZAG 1830 2020

PACKAGE PRICES INCLUDE: Zagreb-Paris-Zagreb airfare, airline fees, tour manager service, 3 * hotel accommodation in double rooms based on three bed and breakfasts, transfer from / to Paris airport, half-day city tour bus, sightseeing (outside sightseeing) and public transportation with a tour manager, sojourn tax, and organization and sales costs

PRICE OF THE PACKAGE DOES NOT INCLUDE: Tickets for cultural and historical monuments and museums not listed as optional, optional content, public transport tickets, travel insurance (recommended!), Tips to local service providers and staff, and personal order costs

FACULTY FACILITIES & TICKET PRICES: (as of October 2019 - subject to change): Disneyland Adult Adult € 87, children € 80; Seine ride € 15, cabaret show of approx. € 100 upwards (depending on cabaret - Moulin Rouge € 112, Lido € 110), Versailles Castle € 20, gardens € 9.5; Eiffel Tower 16-25 € / floor dependent). European citizens under 26 they do not pay entry to the Versailles Castle and to the Louvre and Orsay museums with a passport. All tickets can be purchased from the tour manager except tickets for the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, we recommend online booking for both attractions. The Orsay Museum can be purchased from a tour manager, with a £ 14.20 entry-free ticket.

French hotels usually have smaller rooms, and an extra bed is possible for a child / person up to 160 cm in height.

Aeronautical fees are subject to change and the final amount of the fees is confirmed on the day the airline ticket is issued. Atlas reserves the right to change prices in the event of exchange differences exceeding 1.5%. The organizer can change the order of sightseeing during a city tour in Paris, depending on the timetable, museum opening hours or public holidays. Sightseeing content remains posted regardless of the order of sightseeing. Departure times for the program are listed in accordance with Croatia Airlines flight schedule published in August 2018 and are subject to change.



OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of France
GOVERNMENT: Republic and parliamentary state
CITY: Paris, about 2.2 million (2016)
LANGUAGE: French (official)
RELIGION: Christians (mostly Roman Catholics) 63-66%, Muslims 7-9%, atheists 23-28%, etc.
TIME DIFFERENCE: Central European Time (Croatia 12:00 = France (Paris) 12:00)
NUMBER OF POPULATION: Approximately 67.34 million (data from 7/2018).
AREA: approximately 643,801 km²
GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION: Western European country, bordered by Spain in the southwest, Italy in the southeast, Switzerland in the east, and Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium in the northeast. It faces the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the north.
CLIMATE: Oceanic climate in the west, continental climate in the center and east of the country and Mediterranean climate in the southeast.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR TRAVEL: A Croatian passport requires a valid passport or identity card, which must be valid for at least 3 months after entry. Children must have their passport / ID.
HEALTH: Vaccination is optional. We recommend that you consult your World Health Organization website (WHO, before traveling. We also recommend that you take a convenience store pharmacy for your trip.
TELEPHONING: Area code is +33. Mobile phone connections are good, all mobile operators have a roaming agreement. Please contact your network operator for details.
CREDIT CARDS: Most credit cards are accepted at all banks, most hotels, restaurants and shops (MasterCard, Visa), while Amex is accepted less frequently. For the most part, the entrance to each store contains credit card symbols accepted by each store as a payment method.
PAINTS: If you are satisfied with the service you can leave up to 10%.
TRAVEL SAFETY: Please refer to the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs or their website at

We recommend:

CLOTHES: We advise light, comfortable cotton or linen clothes during the summer months; warmer during winter. Bring rain and sun protection, regardless of the time of year you are traveling.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES: One of the world's most famous gastronomies, French cuisine is rich and full of influences. What first reminds us of French gastronomy are cheeses and wine - there are almost 400 different types of cheeses in France. The most famous are chevre (traditional goat cheese), Brie, Roquefort, Camembert and Gruyere. If we had to choose the most characteristic of French cuisine, it would be baguette bread. Breakfast, consisting of coffee, tea or hot chocolate with croissant stuffed jam, is served between 7am and 9am. Lunch is at noon, while dinner is served around 8 in the evening.
Some of the specialties are: soupe à l'oignon - a traditional French onion and beef soup, usually served with croutons and melted cheese on top; coq au vin - chicken stewed with wine, mushrooms, salted pork or bacon, mushrooms, onions, often garlic and sometimes some brandy; Nicoise salad - a combination of lettuce, fresh tomatoes, boiled eggs, tuna, green beans, olives and anchovies; soufle au chocolat - airy egg-based dessert, crispy on the outside, with liquid chocolate on the inside.
SHOPPING: Popular souvenirs are eg beret caps, macarones, wine, cheeses, cosmetics and perfumes. Stores in smaller cities operate mainly from 9:30 am to 12 noon, followed by a lunch break from 12am to 2:30 pm, and operate again from 2:30 pm to 9pm, every weekday, while a few shop open on Sundays. Larger malls are open daily from 10am to 9pm.
SAF: Please keep money, documents and other valuables in the hotel or room safe, the organizer of the trip or the hotel does not take responsibility for the stolen items.

Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in the French Republic
7, Square Thiers, 75116 Paris, FRANCE,
Filip Vučak, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
0033 1 5370 0280, 0033 1 5370 0290
Telephone number for Croatian nationals (for emergencies and emergencies outside office hours): 00 33 6 71 48 67 03