What a fabulous way to become familiar with Paris. Delightful easy ride around the back streets. Just a small group. Lots of stops to hear interesting stories. We loved it.💕Highly recommend!
Hit the streets of Paris and see the city like a local on a bike tour that focuses on lesser-known areas of the city. On a bike you’ll have access to some of Paris’ hard-to-reach corners. Admire secret street art, visit in-the-know bakeries, and touch a stray cannonball from the French Revolution with your guide. Plus, a small group makes for a smooth and stress-free experience.
Greet your guide at the Big Charlemagne Horse Statue, next to the entrance of Notre Dame Cathedral, for either the morning or afternoon tour. There, get fitted for a bicycle and helmet.
On this bike tour, pass by landmarks such as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre, and venture into lesser-known parts of Paris. The tour primarily stays on bike paths, riversides, and small one-way streets for the best experience and is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
Your insider view of Paris means you’ll admire work from anonymous French street artists; visit the former homes of Jim Morrison and Victor Hugo; cycle by favored French bakeries; and delve into the history behind a 1,000-year-old wall. Your guide also offers recommendations on where to eat and visit once your tour is over.
This bike tour concludes at the original departure point.
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The top bike tour on TA was booked out, this was our next option. The kiwi connection helps. Had a great group, a group including american ex-investment bankers. Well paced tour and Charlotte (Kiwi) our guide was excellent. A good way to see Paris from...More
We could not have been happier with our experience with Bike About Tours in Paris. Booking from the United States was very easy. Instructions on where to meet were excellent. David was our tour guide and was awesome! He really showed us the “back roads”...More
Our family of four did this tour the day after we arrived in Paris and it was a great way to cover lots of ground early in the trip and get some historical context to what we would see throughout the week. Our tour guide,...More
Tom was our tour guide and although I was a bit skeptical after seeing Paris streets by car that this would work out well, it was one of our highlights of our time in Paris. Tom was very knowledgeable, a living history book. He was...More