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Paris: Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

1. Paris: Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

Let the comfort and ease of an electric bike take you on an unforgettable Parisian adventure. Inside Marais, enjoy a game of Pétanque at the oldest Parisian monument. Experience student life in the Latin Quarter, sit back at the "Luco" and wander the typically Parisian side streets in the Mouffetard district. While the always busy artist cafés of Saint-Germain-des-Prés are where you can find the action, if you need a break, the Nouvelles Berges de Seine offers the peace and quiet of the riverbank. The allure of this beautiful city is there for the taking. And lucky for you, this tour makes seeing it all possible.

Paris By Night: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

2. Paris By Night: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Your 3-hour bike tour begins at the Parking Etoile-Foch, near the Arc de Triomphe. After picking up your bike you’ll head out with your guide, who’ll take you on a ride through the streets of Paris. Stop at all the major attractions, including the Champs-Elysées, Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Notre-Dame, and take in the beauty of the illuminated monuments after dark. Hear stories about the city’s past and learn more about what life is like in Paris. This tour is an excellent way to get the know the city when the streets aren’t quite so busy. Feel free to bring some refreshments along with you!

Paris: Famous Monuments Cycling Tour

3. Paris: Famous Monuments Cycling Tour

Meet your team at Le Peloton Café, the office and base located in the quintessential old Parisian streets of the Marais. After meeting your group and being introduced to your local guide, find the perfect bike for you and your family before setting off to the islands just across the river. The very first sight you'll see is Nôtre Dame to learn about it's history, construction, and reconstruction. Following that, swing around the island, through a local flower market, and right up to the Palais de Justices. After crossing by the infamous Fontaine Saint-Michel in the Latin quarter, make your way over to the Pont des Arts, Paris' first lock bridge. Learn about the importance of the bridges of Paris and the Institute of France, before popping into the back entrance of the Louvre. Meander around the cobblestones of the older courtyard before gliding through the archways to the bigger courtyard, where the famous pyramid of the Louvre sits. After some family photos, continue onward to receive views of the Tuileries Garden and the Orsay Museum. Next up, visit Les Invalides. You'll pass through the Place de la Concorde - once the sight of the monarch-executing guillotine, today the site of an Egyptian Obelisk. You'll then cross the Alexander Bridge, approaching Les Invalides head on (which is best known for being Napoleon Bonaparte's resting place). From there, you'll take a pit stop on Rue Cler, a bustling pedestrian street filled with delicious snacks. Indulge yourself with a crèpe or an éclair before heading through small streets to the Eiffel Tower, and pedal alongside Paris' most famous landmark until you meet back up with your trusted bike path to cross the river. On the way back, there's even more to see. You'll pull into the Grand and Petit Palais to learn a little more about the World's Fairs that once took place in Paris, before taking a photo op at the Arch de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. Your tour concludes with not one, but two fun tunnels and a beautiful ride along the Paris riverside.

Paris Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

4. Paris Highlights 3-Hour Bike Tour

Climb aboard a comfortable city bike for a 3-hour tour of the “City of Lights” and pedal down some of the famous avenues and boulevards of Paris as laid down by Haussmann in the 19th century. A local guide will lead you along a route that also takes in back streets and secret alleys known only to Parisians. See famous landmarks from a different angle as you hear insightful stories about "La vie à Paris." Depart from near the Arc de Triomphe, and pedal the paths to the Trocadéro, Eiffel Tower, and Champs de Mars, the huge green space that cuts from the Eiffel Tower to the École Militaire. Pass Les Invalides, and see some of the historic bridges over the River Seine. Admire the gargoyles of the Notre-Dame de Paris, and pass the offices of the mayor at the Hotel de Ville. Continue to Place du Chatelet on the right banks of the Seine, before taking in the majesty of the Louvre and the modernity of the Centre Pompidou. End on the Champs Elysees, just like the bike riders of the Tour de France for a perfect photo finish.

Paris: Beer Bike Bar With Drinks Included

5. Paris: Beer Bike Bar With Drinks Included

Hop on the beer bike bar to have fun while exploring Paris from a fresh angle. Imagine discovering the most beautiful views of Paris while in a rolling bar, sipping a cold beer or a glass of wine. Experience Paris in a completely new and original way, with your friends, colleagues, or family. Travel at your own pace since it is you who will be pedalling the bike around the city. Laughter and a good time are guaranteed on this beer bike tour. The beer bike bar is a moving bar for up to 10 people. Cycle through Trocadéro, with amazing views of the Tour Eiffel. Go inside Foch Garden, around the Arc de Triomphe, and along the Champs Elysées.

Paris: French Revolution Cycling Tour

6. Paris: French Revolution Cycling Tour

Discover Paris through the lens of the French Revolution on this cycle tour. Learn about the Terror, the guillotine, Bastille Day, and more as you take a ride through this fascinating and tumultuous period in French history. Ride along the scenic banks of the Seine River as you learn about Marie Antoinette, King Louis XVI, Robespierre, and other major figures of revolutionary France. See the old revolutionary cafés and the spot where the first guillotine was built and tested. Familiarize yourself with the revolutionary spirit of the French people on this unique cycling tour of Paris.

Best of Paris Bike Tour

7. Best of Paris Bike Tour

Cruise through Paris from Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower on a bike and see the highlights of this great city in a fun way. Cycle around the glass pyramids in the Louvre’s courtyard, learn about the Impressionists in the Orsay Museum, and get right into the middle of the Place de la Concorde for an amazing view of the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe! On this half-day small-group bike tour you’ll ride along the banks of the Seine River as you breeze by other visitors and locals. Make stops at the most picturesque spots where your guide will tell you about Paris and share little-known fun and historical facts. You’ll also learn some secrets that will help you later as you explore Paris on your own – such as where to find the shortcut into the Louvre that saves you 2 hours of time waiting in line! You’ll enjoy a snack break at the Rue Cler outdoor market, where you’ll have a half hour to explore the stalls and try local treats.

Paris Bike Tour: Eiffel Tower, Place de la Concorde & More

8. Paris Bike Tour: Eiffel Tower, Place de la Concorde & More

Paris is a city for lovers, and riding through its quaint streets, endless miles of café-lined boulevards, and gorgeous parks is the perfect way to get acquainted with the City of Lights. On this bike tour, you will cycle to the best bits of Paris for a fun, easy day of riding, accompanied by locals who know the city best. Ride past the symbol of Paris – the Eiffel Tower – and continue past Napoleon's Tomb, where you can look upon on the resting place of the notorious ruler who designed every inch of the mausoleum. Pedal along the banks of the River Seine and make your way to the Louvre in a leisurely fashion. See the famous avenue des Champs-Élysées from the Place de la Concorde and hear about the fascinating history of the square before taking a break at the Tuileries Garden.  For both first-time visitors and experienced travelers, biking has to be the best way to see the City of Light.

Paris: 1.5-Hour Eiffel Tower Beer Bike Tour

9. Paris: 1.5-Hour Eiffel Tower Beer Bike Tour

Hop on Paris' beer bike bar. Discover the City of Light's most beautiful views onboard a moving bar, while sipping a cold beer or a glass of wine. Experience Paris in a totally new and original way, in the warm company of your friends, colleagues, or family. Pedal through the city at your own pace, as it's up to you to move the vehicle. Pass by Place Victor Hugo and see the magical fountain. Enjoy a stop in Trocadero and then head to both the Arc de Triomphe and the famous Champs Elysées. Continue back to Avenue Foch. Crazy laughter and good moods are guaranteed on the beer bike, a moving bar for 10 people including 6 cranks and 4 spots for non-pedaling passengers. The onboard crew will steer while you enjoy yourself and the city.

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What people are saying about Champs-Élysées

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 548 reviews

We loved the guided tour through the most emblematic sites of Paris. Gabriel, who speaks perfect Spanish, guided us and told us about the peculiarities of each corner of the city. We stopped at the most important places and in the middle of the tour we took a short break to have a coffee. The walk lasted approximately 3 hours. We did it with our 12 and 14 year olds, and we were all very excited. We really enjoyed the bike ride. Thank you very much Gabriel!

Covered a lot of area on the bikes & guide had a lot of information historic & current , even with bike lanes you have to be very aware of traffic & pedestrians, bike seats not very comfortable, would recommend cycle shorts ,

Loved the whole experience, there were three of us in the party, one a keen cyclist he agreed the tour was set at the correct pace for everyone to enjoy. Would certainly recommend this tour

Good experience. The guide was fun and knowledgeable. Don't go expecting a deeper understanding of history, because that's not the point. Do to forget the water.

very friendly guide, who gives clear and concise explanations, visits to common and unusual places.