A company’s success is very important, but it’s not possible without its employees. After and during busy seasons, employees sometimes feel stressed and overwhelmed, but there are many opportunities to keep them motivated. With an incentive trip, employees will work hard to earn it. Here are some things to consider as you start thinking about your company’s incentive trip to Paris.
All arrondissements, the neighborhoods in Paris, have many things to offer to visitors and each one is accessible to every corner of the city. We would suggest that you base your accommodation site on the needs and interests of your employees.
For example, the 1st and 2nd arrondissement are the heart of Paris. Here you will find many classic Paris attractions. In the 11th you will find that many young Parisians hanging out at trending restaurants and cafes. It is also close to Canal Saint-Martin for relaxing and quiet walks along the canal. On the other hand, the 8th arrondissement is busier and has many luxurious hotels, great museums, and a lot of name brand stores to shop.
There are many ways to get around Paris. Car, bike, train, bus, scooter, you name it! If the employees going on the incentive trip would like to travel the city like a true Parisian, we suggest you utilize Paris’ metro and bus system. The public transportation is very reliable and you can get to anywhere in the city! There are individual tickets or unlimited passes that you can purchase depending on how long you plan on staying in Paris.
If your employees would rather get from point A to point B as quickly as possible to make the best of their time in Paris, we suggest you book private transportation. Although this option is a bit more expensive, your employees will have a driver with them all day to drive them anywhere they would like to go.
Places to Visit
First on the list are all of Paris’ famous monuments. This incentive trip to Paris will be unforgettable as soon as your employees see the beautiful Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Sacré-Cœur, Notre Dame, the Champs-Élysées, and many more.
During the trip, employees can also visit popular museums. They can visit the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Centre Pompidou, the Rodin Museum, and the Orangerie Museum to see amazing works of art. They will see the Mona Lisa, Monet’s water lilies murals, Rodin’s influential works (such as The Thinker), and some Modern Art.
Those who are interested in history can also visit some of Paris’ historical sites. These include the Catacombs, Hôtel de Ville, Place de la Concorde, and the Panthéon. Many of these locations offer daily tours, so make sure to book your tickets before they run out!
In Paris, there are plenty of activities that employees can participate in to learn about the culture and at the same time bond with the rest of the team.
Walking, bike, and art tours allow visitors to explore the streets of Paris in a new and exciting way. They will see the city in a new lense as their tour guide shares the hidden history at each location. Another popular tour amongst our past guests are the Retro 2CV Car Tours. You will feel as if you have traveled back in time as you tour the city in a classic car.
Your employees might also enjoy participating in a cooking class. A chef will teach the guests how to cook a traditional French meal. Then your employees will be able to share what they’ve learned with their families back home.
After your incentive trip to Paris, your company will be relaxed and ready to work. Contact us today and we will start helping you plan your trip!
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