Spend five inspiring days in Paris for rare, behind-the-scenes access to the art, culture, and fashion that make the City of Light endlessly enchanting. Join a specialist in 18th- and 19th-century French painting for special access to the most exclusive sites and museums of Paris. A curator-led exploration of the opulent Palace of Versailles will provide exclusive entry to rooms not usually open to the public. Admire the contemporary art in the Pinault Collection at the just-opened Bourse de Commerce, and enjoy early-morning access to the Musée d'Orsay. Experience Claude Monet's awe-inspiring cycle of paintings at the Musée de l'Orangerie. At the couture house of Oscar de la Renta, behold a 17th-century painting recently uncovered within its walls. Conclude with a private look at iconic works in the Louvre and a special opening of the Archives of Impressionism, which is closed to the public, to view an extraordinary collection of photographs and documents owned by a late 19th-century art dealer who championed Claude Monet and his fellow Impressionists.