Take a leisurely three or four hour bike tour to discover Paris
Three itineraries available: "Eternal Paris", "Along the Seine" and a "Taste of Paris".
Price: $51.00 per person for a three hour tour, $110.00 per person for the four hour "Taste of Paris" tour with market tasting. Tours run daily.
Paris Bike Tour Itineraries
We offer three different itineraries to discover Paris by bike. "Along the Seine" focuses on the Eiffel Tower and the amazing sites on the way there from Centre Pompidou. "Eternal Paris" focuses on the Marais, Notre Dame and the Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint-Louis. The third option ("A Taste of Paris") is a combination bike tour and delicious market tasting. Full details for each tour below.
"A Taste of Paris" - Price: $105
Bastille is the up-and-coming food area of Paris and that’s just where this tour starts. From the Place de la Bastille to the Quais de Seine, you’ll pedal along, making “taste stops” enjoying classic cheeses, meats, coffee and, mais oui, croissants. Then it’s time for a more insider view of Paris: Centre Pompidou, off beat walk streets and passages, maybe the impromptu skate park or a Seine side cafe. Surprises await.
Tour highlights include: Centre Pompidou, Marais district, Place de Vosges, Bastille Place, Le Faubourg Saint- Antoine, National Library of France (BnF), Notre Dame, and more!
"Along the Seine" - Price: $46
The mighty Seine stretches from the English Channel to Dijon, and just as importantly divides Paris into a Right Bank (posh) and Left Bank (bohemian) city. During this guided tour you will discover both sides of Paris along the river Seine. From the Notre-Dame Cathedral up to the Eiffel tower, from the Chaillot-palace to the Louvre Palace and more, you’ll gain a unique appreciation of the city along its banks.
Tour highlights include: Centre Pompidou, Ile de la Cité and Notre-Dame, Conciergerie, Orsay Museum, the new Seine river walk, the Eiffel Tower, Alexandre III Bridge, Louvre Pyramid, Les Invalides and more!
"Eternal Paris" - Price: $46
Begin with modernist Beaubourg and wind your way through the charming and historic Marais and the lovely Place du Vosges.
You’ll stop for a café at one of the oldest covered markets in Paris. The tour carries on to the Buren Columns and Louvre Pyramid, then to Ile de la Cité. Then it’s Notre Dame and Ile St. Louis. You cover literally centuries of Paris history in an afternoon, while also appreciating the grand city’s quirkier charms.
Tour-Highlights include: Fontaine-Stravinsky, Place des Vosges, Victor Hugo House, Marais district, Ile de la Cité and Notre Dame, Louvre Museum, Ile Saint-Louis, and more!