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Paris by Vintage Motorbike Sidecar

1. Paris by Vintage Motorbike Sidecar

Hop aboard a vintage motorbike sidecar and explore Paris on 3 wheels. Let your driver/guide worry about the traffic as you journey in style. Pass some of the city's iconic monuments and drive along the most prestigious avenues in the world. Travel back in time as you encounter lesser-known heritage sites on small streets and back alleys. Hear entertaining - and often saucy - anecdotes for each secret place you will ride past. Retro Classic Tour: Take a 40-minute ride across Paris, passing the main sights such as the Avenue Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. Marvel at the Champs de Mars, Les Invalides and more.  Great Escape Tour: Experience the charm of the French capital on a 1.5-hour sidecar tour. Benefit from the knowledge and experience of your driver/guide as they bring the city to life before your eyes. Choose from 3 different themes/locations: "Bohemian Paris," "Île de la Cité" or the "Latin Quarter." Retro Night Tour: Soak up the romance and magic of the "City of Light" by night. See Paris under the moon and stars and by the glow of the street lamps. Get perfect views from a vehicle with no roof or window to obstruct you or spoil the photo stops. Ideal for romancers, libertines and boulevardiers, the intimate tour with courteous driver includes a glass of Champagne in front of the Eiffel Tower.

Versailles: Electric Scooter Rental

2. Versailles: Electric Scooter Rental

After having equipped you with helmets, and initiated to the driving of the scooter, you will leave to discover the city of Versailles. You will start by the Park of the Castle. 800 hectares to discover, with historical monuments : La lanterne the second residence of the President of the Republic, see to the port of the Grand canal. You will make a stop in front of the Grand Trianon built by Jules Hardouin Mansart, the 1er architect of the king Louis XIV. Then, you will go in the city to see the Antiques district, cross the market of the Notre dame district. You will take height to see the reservoirs which fed the fountains of the gardens of the sun king. You will back to the Statue of the King Louis XIV, in front of the castle of Versailles. Walk through the charming streets of Versailles, make a frequent stops to take pictures and talk about what you see. It's an original experience to visit the City

Paris: Explore with a Treasure Hunt on Non-Electric Scooters

3. Paris: Explore with a Treasure Hunt on Non-Electric Scooters

This 2-hour self-guided tour combines a sightseeing tour of Paris with the fun of a treasure hunt on a non-electrical scooter. You will start at the Louvre where we will welcome you and introduce the plot of the hunt. Then, you will cross the Carrousel Bridge to reach the left bank of the Seine where you will start collecting clues in order to crack the code that opens the Cryptex. Inside, there is the key to open the treasure chest and get to the treasure!  As you explore and search for clues, you will see many of Paris's famous landmarks including : The Louvre, Orsay Museum, the Invalides, Alexander III Bridge, the Eiffel Tower, and the famous Seine. To enjoy some quality time with a mix of culture and fun, our booklets have both a cultural and historical page and a riddle to solve in front of the iconic monuments of the city. On arrival, after you have completed the game, we wait for you in front of the Eiffel Tower to solve the final riddle and get to the treasure. And even if it is a self-guided scavenger hunt, we are always available for you in case you need help. There is no looser in our games, everybody wins, always !

Paris: Premium & Private, Highlights city tour on Sidecar

4. Paris: Premium & Private, Highlights city tour on Sidecar

Start at Place Vendôme and climb into a vintage motorcycle sidecar to begin your adventure. Admire the architecture and octagonal formation of this square including the original Vendôme Column erected by Napoleon I to commemorate the Battle of Austerlitz. Pass by the Élysée Palace, the official residence of the President of France then continue along the prestigious Avenue Montaigne lined with luxury stores and hotels. Take a circuit around the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most famous monuments in Paris, standing at the western end of the Champs-Élysées at the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, formerly named Place de l'Étoile. The Arc de Triomphe honors those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, with the names of all French victories and generals inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces. Beneath its vault lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I. Next, continue along Les Jardins du Trocadero and admire the fountains in front of the most iconic monument in Paris, the Eiffel Tower. Make a photo stop here where your guide will explain the architecture and history of the building. After stretching your legs, climb back aboard and zoom off towards the Pont des Invalides, a complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France, containing museums and monuments which all relate to the military history of France. Venture onwards towards the Grand Palais, the largest historic site, exhibition hall, and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France. And finally, pass by the Assemblee Nationale, the lower house of the bicameral Parliament of France under the 5th Republic. Learn about how 577 deputies are seated in this house.

Paris: Private, Tailor made, Guided Tour on Vintage Sidecar

5. Paris: Private, Tailor made, Guided Tour on Vintage Sidecar

Soak up the atmosphere of the city as you zip through the streets of Paris. See all of the landmarks on your must-see list in one thrilling tour, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and Sacré-Cœur. Stop to take amazing photos of iconic monuments and enjoy phenomenal views. Each vintage motorcycle fits 2 guests: 1 on the motorcycle and 1 in the sidecar. Hear the stories and legends of the city from your knowledgeable driver/guide. Don’t be surprised if pedestrians wave and smile as you pass by. The vintage sidecar is a vehicle that attracts a lot of attention. Begin your tour by being picked up by your driver/guide from your accommodations in Paris (listed). See the Place Vendome, a famous square which features the Vendome Column as well as several luxury hotels. Stop in front of the Palais Garnier, the home of the Paris Opera. Admire the opulent architecture of its exterior. Roll up to the Moulin Rouge and see the windmill that stands atop the famous cabaret.  Marvel at the splendid architecture of Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre, Paris’ second most visited monument. Pass through the Arc de Triomphe and be awestruck by this monument to the fallen soldiers of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Stop at the Eiffel Tower and learn about the iconic monument’s architecture and history from your guide. Take pictures and enjoy a walk around and admire the view. Ride down the side streets and make your way to Notre Dame. This medieval Catholic cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. See 15 other must-see Paris landmarks, including the Palais Royal, Galerie Vivienne, and the Paris Pantheon.

Paris: Monuments Tour in a Motorcycle Sidecar

6. Paris: Monuments Tour in a Motorcycle Sidecar

See Paris's major landmarks on a tour that takes you around the city in a motorcycle sidecar. Ride across to the right bank and down the grand boulevards designed by Haussmann to see the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, and Eiffel Tower. Your tour begins at Pont Bir-Hakeim, from where you will cross over to the right bank and stop between the wings of the Palais de Chaillot at the Place du Trocadero. Have a short introduction to Paris with a view across the Seine River to the Eiffel Tower. Then zoom down Baron Haussmann's boulevards before regaling in stories from the Napoleonic dynasty at the majestic Arc de Triomphe and the Opéra Garnier. Go as far as the Louvre to take photos and then return via the Champs Elysées and Pont Alexandre III with a stop at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Your ride around Paris concludes back at the Pont Bir Hakeim where you will walk away with new memories, and enough recommendations from your guide to go create more fun experiences.

Paris: Romantic Sidecar Tour by Night with Champagne

7. Paris: Romantic Sidecar Tour by Night with Champagne

Get to know Paris in a thrilling and unique way. Take a romantic ride through the streets of Paris in a vintage motorcycle sidecar. See some of Paris’ most famous sights such as the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Moulin Rouge. Enjoy a bottle of Champagne in front of the Eiffel Tour. Each motorcycle fits 2 guests: 1 on the bike and 1 in the sidecar. Your vintage motorcycle is so eye-catching, that you’re likely to become a spectacle yourself. Enjoy as pedestrians wave and smile as you pass by. See the Louvre, the world’s largest art museum. Pass by Place Vendome, a regal square surrounded by luxury hotels. Admire the Palais Royal, the impressive palace built for Cardinal Richelieu. Stop in front of the Palais Garnier and take in the breathtaking exterior of the home to the Paris Opera. See the famous windmill on top of the Moulin Rouge. Ride into the city center and see the Arc de Triomphe, a monument which is synonymous with the spirit of France. Visit other iconic Parisian sights such as Galerie Vivienne, La Maison de Dalida, Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Montmartre, Pont des Invalides, and Saint Germain des Pres Quarter. Enjoy a glass of champagne in front of the Eiffel Tower as your guide explains the history of Paris’ most famous monument. 

Paris: Vintage Sidecar Premium & Private Half-Day Tour

8. Paris: Vintage Sidecar Premium & Private Half-Day Tour

Soak up the atmosphere of the city as you zip through the streets of Paris. See all of the landmarks on your must-see list in 1 thrilling tour, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Basilique du Sacre-Couer. Stop to take amazing photos of iconic monuments and enjoy phenomenal views. Each vintage motorcycle fits 2 guests: 1 on the motorcycle and 1 in the sidecar. Hear the stories and legends of the city from your knowledgeable driver/guide. Don’t be surprised if pedestrians wave and smile as you pass by. The vintage sidecar is a vehicle that attracts a lot of attention. Begin your tour by being picked up by your driver/guide from your accommodations in Paris. See the Place Vendome, a famous square which features the Vendome Column as well as several luxury hotels. Stop in front of the Palais Garnier, the home of the Paris Opera. Admire the opulent architecture of its exterior. Roll up to the Moulin Rouge and see the windmill that stands atop the famous cabaret.  Marvel at the splendid architecture of the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre, Paris’ second most visited monument. Pass through the Arc de Triomphe and be awestruck by this monument to the fallen soldiers of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Stop at the Eiffel Tower and learn about the iconic monument’s architecture and history from your guide. Take pictures and enjoy a walk around and admire the view. Ride down the side streets and make your way to Notre Dame. This medieval Catholic cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. See 15 other must-see Paris landmarks, including the Palais Royal, Galerie Vivienne, and the Paris Pantheon.

Versailles: Palace Trip by Motorcycle with Sidecar

9. Versailles: Palace Trip by Motorcycle with Sidecar

You will be picked up in Paris and driven through scenic Parisian suburbs to the Palace of Versailles. The Palace gently comes into view and after parking in front, you will enter with a timed ticket allowing to skip the main line. An audio-guide is included, but your tour guide will also accompany you through the hour-long tour of the Palace. After the main Palace, you will be brought to the market of Versailles where together with your guide you will choose a picnic lunch to enjoy on the Grand Canal, and soak up the view of the grounds and the Palace. Hopping back into the sidecar, we zip along to a quick restroom stop before entering the Trianon Domaine to walk off the copious picnic lunch. Spying Marie Antoinette's Temple of Love from her bedroom window, you will also explore the the Queen's Hamlet, where she would delight in distancing herself from the rigours of court life. Upon exiting the Trianon Domaine, you're back in the sidecar for a relaxing return to Paris to be dropped of where you started, on the Pont Bir Hakeim. Other more convenient drop-off locations can be considered if not too far.

Paris: City Treasure Hunt by Electric Scooter

10. Paris: City Treasure Hunt by Electric Scooter

Hop onto your electric scooter as you whizz around bicycle lanes and city streets. Follow the route in your booklet and stop off at designated points to solve the puzzles. Finish all your objectives to receive a secret code and surprise yourself as you crack open the safe. Receive a booklet with a safe route for you to follow. See the 7 stop points inside the booklet where you will find words that answer the questions contained in the book. Cross out each word you find on the crossword board at the back of the booklet. Find the 30+ words and read the remaining letters on the crossword board, which will reveal a place where you have to go. Arrive at the location and find a safe. Open the safe with the code that you found during the game to achieve your goal.

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based on 75 reviews

This was one of the best things we did on our trip in Paris!! Our tour guide was not only SO knowledgeable about everything there was to see in Paris, he was so kind and personable. We would HIGHLY recommend this specific tour and tour guide to anyone and everyone. Not only was the experience of riding in a side car so fun, but we learned so much history behind the city of Paris that we wouldn’t have learned otherwise. If you don’t take this tour, you are definitely missing out! :)

A unique experience, browse and visit the historical monuments of Paris with this wonderful sidecar and the explanations of our friendly guide. Excellent and perfect Thanks to Simon our guide for this magical moment. Martine and Alain

This was the best possible way for me to visit the palace and surrounding are. Simon was so friendly and knowledgeable it was a genuine pleasure to be with him. I highly recommend this trip!

I could have asked for a more professional, compassionate tour guide. He accepted to have my handicapped mom in this wonderful tour. Thank you a million!!!

Amazing experience! Timothy was the best guide. Friendly and knowledgeable! We had such good fun - thank you!