Why you'll love this
Fascinating stories from an engaging local specialist
Bottled water & snacks
Bike helmet & use of bicycle
Experience the magic of Paris beyond its iconic monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and Orsay Museum. Delve into the secrets of this enchanting city with a well-planned itinerary guided by a local expert. This tour offers an intriguing mix of history, captivating stories, and amusing facts that are sure to amaze you.
The tour is conducted on high-quality electrical bikes that allow you to adjust the power of the assistance to suit your comfort. Your guide will lead you through the winding and narrow streets of Paris, which are a treasure trove of hidden gems known only to the locals.
You'll discover unforgettable bridges, parks, and other sights that you wouldn't have thought to visit. Be sure to take lots of photos to capture your memories. As the tour concludes, you'll be filled with fascinating stories and lesser-known fun facts that have contributed to shaping Paris into the remarkable city it is today.
Cathedrale Notdre-Dame de Paris
Musée de l'Armée des Invalides
Meeting point & walking distance
Meeting point: 3 place des Pyramides.
You will meet your guide at 3 Place des Pyramides right in front of the Jeanne d'Arc statue.
I’m a solo traveler. Can I join a group?
We can only organize a tour once a total of two people have registered. If you’re a solo traveler and are the first to request a date for this tour, you may have to wait until at least one other visitor books that date. However should this arise, please contact our customer service team and they’ll be happy to help you find a solution.
I don’t wish to join a group. Can I make this tour private?
Yes. We are happy to arrange a private version of this tour, so you get the undivided attention of your guide. Just contact our customer service team!
Is this tour manageable for visitors with walking disabilities?
All of our city walking tours welcome travelers with limited mobility or those in wheelchairs. However, since the tour operates exclusively using bikes, it is very complicated for us to arrange transportation for visitors with walking disabilities.