Paris Evening Bike Tour and 1-hour Seine River Cruise
Among other things you'll discover the wonders of the Louvre's great glass pyramid, the deluxe of the Champs-Elysées, and marvel at the Eiffel Tower's illuminations as it twinkles at night!
Then boarding the boat you'll cruise under enchanting bridges such as the gilded Pont Alexandre III and the oldest bridge in Paris, the Pont Neuf. All the while your guide will share fun facts and local insights into Paris.
FYI: During certain months the sun does not set until quite late, so this tour can end up taking place partially in the day light.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR :
- The Eiffel Tower
- Crepes & Ice Creams
- The Louvre
- Notre Dame
- Pont Alexandre III
- Boat Cruise along the Seine River (1hr)
- Local guide
- Use of bicycle
- Use of helmet
- 1-hour Seine River cruise
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant seats available
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
- During certain months the sun does not set until quite late, so this tour can end up taking place partially in the day light.
- Small Group Tour
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
Highlight of our visit. Tour guide was excellent
The Evening Bike Tour was a lot of fun. The bicycles were new and our guide was quite knowledgeable. Paris is even more beautiful at night. I was a little concern for one of my fellow riders. It was difficult with traffic and red lights to keep our group together and one lady in our group was having mechanical issues and kept falling behind.
Great way to see the city. The guide was very informative and friendly. The bikes were easy to ride and the cruise terrific.
Sensational ! One of the best things we did in Paris. The guide was full of energy and lots of fun.
Great night had. Recommend it to everyone!
The tour itself has the potential to be pretty good, but as far as safety and leadership the company offering this is severely lacking. At numerous points the group was strung out for over 2 blocks and the leader just pushed on. I felt sorry for the people in the back as I am sure they had some angst over being essentially left behind.