Overall, this was a good tour to get a small taste of Paris. We enjoyed the lunch at the Eiffel Tower and took the opportunity to go with our guide on a private tour of the Louvre. There are some things to know, however. It's long day 6 am to about 8:30 pm and a lot of the time is taken up by logistics. Note to Viator - Unfortunately, upon arriving to Paris the bus was not there to pick up our group and we waited about 40 minutes on the street. All in all, we had roughly 3 hours of actual activity - 1 hr Siene boat cruise nice, 1 hr Eiffel Tour lunch very good, and 1 hr at the Louvre for 80 euro extra, 2 ppl recommend. The rest of the time was train, traffic, and security for Eiffel Tower. Some people in our group opted to split off once we got to Paris and did their own thing relaxing lunch at a cafe, shopping etc and they seemed to enjoy the day a lot more than we did. If you are travel savvy, one could easily get to Paris taking Eurostar on your own and probably spend less. Also, be prepared to move fast. A few in our group could not walk fast and had a hard time making it to the meeting point on time. We do not have any issues, but still found it fast paced even for us Last point - bring your own food for the train ride. You will not have time to get anything in Paris before boarding on the way back and the food on the train is not very good. Overall, if you only have a day to get to Paris and are not comfortable doing it on your own, this tour will work and you'll get a feel for whether you might want to come back for a longer visit. If I were to do it again, I would look into other tours or see what it would take to do on my own.