- Duration: 3 hours
- Rating: 4.1
Embark on an enchanting journey through the heart of Paris, tracing the path of the magnificent Seine river on two wheels. This private bike tour offers an intimate exploration of the city’s architectural diversity and rich history, starting from the central scientific garden and stretching all the way to Swan Island.
Your journey will take you past an array of Paris’ most iconic landmarks, from the awe-inspiring Arab World Institute to the historic Notre Dame Cathedral. You’ll also pass by renowned museums like the Orsay Museum and the Louvre. The crowning jewel of your tour is a visit to two of Paris’ most beloved ladies: the majestic Eiffel Tower and the charming little sister of the Statue of Liberty.
This tour includes a private guide and a Paris bike pass. However, note that meals are not included in the package.
Dive into the stories behind each venue, including tales of Gustav Eiffel’s iconic iron tower and Leonardo’s stolen masterpiece at the Louvre. Soak in the serene beauty of the Seine River, which stretches nearly 776 kilometers, linking Paris to the English Channel. Discover how the Musée d’Orsay was transformed from an ex-railway station into a treasure trove of art.
The meeting point for this tour is in front of Mac Donald on the left of Gare d’Austerlitz. You can either use the provided city bikes or bring your own. But remember, you must know how to ride a bike!
This tour is not just about visiting places; it’s about immersing yourself in Parisian culture, history, and stories your 100% Parisian guide tells. While it’s open to all ages, it’s recommended for those aged 18 and over. The tour lasts either three hours for a half-day or six hours for a full-day experience. It’s available in English, French, German, and Japanese.
Relish this unique opportunity to experience Paris like never before, pedaling along its most scenic bike path and reveling in the city’s timeless charm.
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