Dinner at the Eiffel Tower + cruise + Moulin Rouge Show


Meeting in Paris not to be missed ! Come to admire the Eiffel Tower during a wonderful dinner in the panoramic restaurant “58 Tour Eiffel”, with a point of view unbelievable on the capitale. Then, you will board for one hour Seine cruise and to end up, you will attend the show of Moulin Rouge music hall.

  • Special package to discover Paris and its cabarets
  • Priority access to the restaurant (no queue)
  • Glass of Champagne included
  • Transfers between places included



6:30 p.m. : “58 Tour Eiffel” dinner
You will enjoy a tasteful dinner within the amazing restaurant of the Eiffel Tower (priority access). The “58 Tour Eiffel” restaurant is located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and its name comes from its height 58 meters above the floor. The atmosphere is reminiscent of an airship moored above Paris, the large bay windows look out over the Seine and the Trocadéro and makes you discover the best of the capital.

9:30 p.m.: Seine cruise
The Seine is in the very heart of Paris. The crew member will be pleased to welcome you for an unbelievable moment. Starting at the centre of Paris, you will discover the most beautiful monuments of the city : Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Orsay, Notre-Dame… During this boat trip, you will also see quaysides, bridges and banks which liven up the Parisian life.

11:00 p.m.: Moulin Rouge
After the cruise, you will attend the revue “Féerie” of the Moulin Rouge. (Glass of Champagne included).
End of the show at 1:00 a.m.


Choreographed by Bill Goodson, “Féerie” consists of : a troupe of 100 artists, including the 60 Doriss Girls that were recruited world-wide ; 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins, designed by Corrado Collabucci, and set up in the most famous Parisian workshops (for example, 500 pairs of custom-made shoes of the size 36 to 47,…) ; sumptuous settings with shining colours and unique designs created by Gaetano Castelli and made by Italian artists ; the best international and outstanding acts ; and the expected return of the giant Aquarium… * all of that with music by Pierre Porte, using some 80 musicians and 60 members of the chorus.
“Féerie” ; 4 main scenes created to fulfill international audiences dreams !