One of the things I loved about working with Paris Travel Service was that they were open to new ideas and were willing to try many of the ones I suggested over the years. Not only that, but as they ran a very efficient and highly regarded service for their clients, it made the job of creating innovative solutions for them a pleasure.
November 1994 saw the start of Eurostar services between London and Brussels and Paris.
In 1998 with the passenger numbers up, the service having had a number of years to bed-in and people’s everyday expectations being matched by an ever-increasing reliability, Paris Travel Service decided to introduce a Shopping and Restauration package to their existing tour offering.
Excellent idea, capital to capital for a day’s worth of shopping with Eurostar, a three-course meal included together with a day metro pass. What more could one wish for?
Well you’d want to make the most of your day and as a metro ticket was included I suggested a map highlighting the various shopping areas together with a section of the metro map associated with each area, and, on the reverse – a full metro map so that the client could make their way around as easily and stress-free as possible.
The map was a great hit and so too was the new Tour Product.
Hooray for shopping days