You can now travel to one of the world’s most remarkable cities for the day without ever checking out of your London hotel room. The Simply Paris tour from Rail Europe is the perfect way to get a taste of Paris in just one day. It starts with a scenic high-speed train ride through British and French countryside that delivers you to a semi-escorted tour of Paris on a luxury coach. See the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe before going on an escorted tour to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, Paris’s most famous landmark. You’ll then experience quintessential French scenery from a Seine River cruise before spending some time doing your own Paris exploration. Your high-speed travel on Eurostar returns you to London at the end of day, just in time for bed. Perfect. One dream down, 26 Rail Europe countries to go.
- Travel roundtrip on Eurostar from London and enjoy an escorted tour of Paris on board a luxury coach.
- Children under 4 travel for free.
Here’s what’s included :
- Semi escorted and guided panoramic sightseeing tour of Paris in a luxury air-conditioned coach.
- Escorted tour to the second floor of Eiffel Tower.
- Seine River cruise.
- Walking tour and entry ticket to the Louvre Museum. (On Tuesdays when the Louvre is closed you will receive entry ticket to the d’Orsay Museum.)
- Travel on Eurostar high-speed train through the British and French countryside both ways between London and Paris.
- Free time to explore Paris.
- Reservations must be confirmed at least 4 days in advance by calling the reservation center in London. Details on making reservations are included with your voucher.
- Passports are required.
- Tour begins at 5:45am at London St. Pancras international station.
- Train departs from Paris at 8:13 pm
- Tour ends approximately at 9:30pm.
- Days of Operation :
- January - March on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
- April - October daily except on Sundays.
- November - December on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
- Once the tour has been reserved the tour is non-refundable.
- Voucher must be exchanged within 6 months of purchase date.
- Prices are subject to change.
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Common Questions, Simple Answers
Q. If my train tickets have been lost or stolen, how do I request reimbursement through the Rail Protection Plan™ ?
A. Here’s what you need to do if your train ticket, rail pass, reservation, city pass or tour was lost or stolen and you plan to request receive a reimbursement through the Rail Protection Plan™.
You must file a police report within 24 hours of the incident.
You may purchase a replacement rail pass, train ticket, reservation, city pass or tour in order to continue with your travel plans.
Upon return home, you must submit the traveller request form to Rail Europe within 30 days, along with a copy of the police report, replacement rail pass, train ticket, reservation, city pass, or tour purchased abroad, and your roundtrip airline tickets from home to Europe. A brief explanation of the situation is also necessary to better evaluate the traveller request form.
If you purchased the Rail Protection Plan™ when you booked your train ticket/rail pass/reservation/city pass/tour, you received full documentation on what to do in the event of loss or theft. Please refer to this information for full details.
Q. How do I use my Italo print at home e-ticket for travel in Italy ?
A. While Italo train tickets are considered print at home e-tickets, you don’t actually need to print anything or retrieve a voucher or boarding pass at the station.
All that is required is the confirmation (PNR) code printed on your Rail Europe booking confirmation email. Just present your e-ticket confirmation code and a valid photo id to the conductor on the train - it’s that easy !
Q. What is a Diabolo fee ?
A. The Diabolo fee is a supplement for utilizing the trains in and out of the Brussels Airport Station in Belgium. This nominal fee can be paid at the station or on board the train.
Q. Can a reservation date on an overnight train be changed ?
A. This is possible in some cases, but with the limited availability of overnight trains, please do it as soon as you can and at least 24-hours before the train’s departure. New reservations will be required when you reschedule. Make sure to check the fare rules for the reservation you’ve purchased so you’re aware of the exchange policies. If you’re already traveling in Europe and need to make a change, you may be subject to local service fees and/or upgrade charges.
Q. Can I choose a specific seat when booking a train ticket ?
A. At this time, we are unable to offer this service. Unlike airlines, most rail carriers do not offer the possibility to select your specific seat.
Q. Can I bring food and drinks on board ?
A. Of course you can ! Eating and drinking are permitted on all European trains.
You will also have the option to purchase food and drinks if the train you’re traveling on offers food services.
Q. What should I do if I’m unable to print my e-ticket at the station ?
A. First, make sure you’re entering the correct information in the self-service kiosk. You need to provide your e-ticket confirmation code, also known as PNR, which is a 6 character letter code (or an 8 character alphanumeric code for British e-tickets) that appears on your Rail Europe booking confirmation email. Any other booking reference (like the Rail Europe booking number) will not work to retrieve your print at station e-ticket.
Don’t attempt to retrieve your ticket using a different method of identification such as swiping a credit card. This will not work.
Although highly unusual, if you’re still unable to retrieve your ticket, go to the ticket counter and seek the assistance of a railway official. Make sure you know your e-ticket number.
If you’re still unable to retrieve your ticket, you may have to purchase a new train ticket. If possible, document the circumstances that prevented you from retrieving your e-ticket. If you purchase new tickets, make sure to keep a copy of the new tickets and the receipt.
Upon your return home, contact our customer relations department and write us a letter indicating what happened. Make sure to provide the new tickets you purchased and the receipt. We’ll review the matter and work things out with you.
Q. How are sleeping compartments kept secure ?
A. Overnight trains have conductors on duty throughout the duration of the train ride. In addition, sleeping compartments have locks on the doors that you control.
Q. Do you ship to PO and APO boxes ?
A. At this time, we are unable to ship to P.O. or A.P.O. boxes.
Q. Can a rail pass be issued as an e ticket or e pass ?
A. At this time, most rail passes are printed as a paper document and must be shipped to you prior to your departure to Europe. If a rail pass is offered as an e-pass this option will be offered at the time of booking. For rail passes offered as e-passes, you will need to print it out on paper prior to arriving at the train station.