Cruise the city in a vintage vehicle and end your ride at the Quai Branly Museum
What could be more Parisian than cruising around the city in a Citroën 2CV and ending your trip at an art museum?
This private exploration takes you around to the most beautiful architecture of Paris. Look up through the panoramic ceiling and enjoy every detail of the wondrous design of Paris (Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Tour Eiffel, Invalides, Petit Palais et Grand Palais, La Madeleine, Place Vendôme, Palais de l'Elysée). The touring part of the experience lasts approximately for a 45 minutes and culminates at the foot of the Quai Branly museum to enjoy one of the biggest museum displaying culture of the world and where you will enjoy lunch and a visit to the “Plateau des Collections”.
What exactly is a Citroën 2CV?
Manufactured between 1948 and 1989, the Deux Chevaux (Two Horses) is part of a line of cars that remained competitive and relevant for many decades. Think of the car as the French equivalent of the beloved Volkswagen Beetle. Oui, oui! The panoramic roof — an iconic element of France’s automobile history — makes for a private experience that surpasses any double-decker bus!
- Lunch at the Café Branly (salad Branly and “plat du jour” OR “plat du jour” and chocolate mousse + one beverage (Vittel or Perrier 50cl, Coca-Cola 25cl, or glass of wine 15cl) + one coffee
- Entrance fee to visit of the diversity of the collection of 'Plateau des Collections'
Notes: Lunch is served between noon to 2pm. You can have lunch before or after your visit at the museum.
The museum is opened on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays from 11h to 19h, last admission at 6pm).
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 9pm (last admission is at 8pm).
Closed on Mondays, May 1st and December 25th
The streets of Paris hold no secrets for your Parisian driver-guide. You can count on his flexibility, English fluency and, most importantly, his enthusiasm to serve. During your visit, feel free to request stops at the locations of your choice. Our drivers’ love a good challenge — so ask away!