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Paris Night Bicycle Tour & River Cruise

1. Paris Night Bicycle Tour & River Cruise

Take an evening tour of Paris and see the “City of Lights” with its heavenly night-time illuminations. Departing from the Eiffel Tower, the 4-hour tour includes a bike ride past many of Paris’s top attractions, including the Louvre, Academie Française, and Notre Dame Cathedral. Free bike rentals with helmets are included in the cost of the tour, along with a knowledgeable guide who will take you down Paris’s romantic streets in a leisurely fashion. You will experience the “City of Lights” at it’s best, just as the evening lights come on. Enjoy a 1-hour boat cruise along the beautiful River Seine. Enjoy free wine as you float past the Hotel de Ville, Musée D'Orsay, and much more. The night tour is a perfect complement to the day tour, and provides a great evening’s entertainment as you experience Paris as it comes alive at night. Also stop at a classic ice cream parlor to enjoy a refreshing frosty treat.

Monet's Garden Bike Tour from Paris

2. Monet's Garden Bike Tour from Paris

Begin this full-day Monet bike tour with a scenic coach journey through the spectacular wheat and sunflower fields of Normandy. Speed by the lazy Seine River, and stop off at the village of Vernon. Here, you will visit the charming farmers' market to buy picnic supplies. Then, hop-on your bike and pedal across the river to a beautiful park along the banks of the Seine. After lunch, enjoy a relaxing 3-mile (5-kilometer) ride down bike paths to the village of Giverny. Cruise past Giverny Church and its cemetery, which contains graves of local citizens dating back to the 17th Century, as well as British soldiers from World War 2, and even Monet himself buried within his family's vault. Pass Hotel Baudy, where Impressionist painters Manet and Renoir used to paint. You will then arrive at the highlight of the day, Monet's Garden. Spend about 90 minutes exploring the gardens and house, including the famous water lily pond where some of his most famous works originated. Additionally, you can explore the village of Giverny, which boasts the American Museum of Art, located across the street from Monet's Gardens, as well as numerous cafés and small streets begging to be discovered.

Paris: Street Art Open-Air Museum Bike Tour

3. Paris: Street Art Open-Air Museum Bike Tour

Explore the world's largest Street Art Open-Air Museum by bike and photograph murals by Tristan Eaton, Invader, Faile, Btoy, D * Face, Shepard Fairey, Cryptik, Hush, Conor Harrington, INTI, and maybe even Banksy.  Join your guide in central Paris and cycle to the city's most modern neighborhood, ZAC Paris 13. Here, some of the greatest architects let loose and created delirious buildings decorated by star graffiti artists from all over the world. Admire 40-meter frescoes and a vibrant collision of styles and colors. After exploring, take a coffee break in the world's largest startup incubator, Station F. See Big Mama's flagship vessel of 10 themed restaurants and soak in the creative atmosphere.

Paris: Evening Bike and Boat Tour

4. Paris: Evening Bike and Boat Tour

Discover Paris like a local on a 4-hour bike tour that also includes a boat cruise along the Seine river. Climb aboard a comfortable city bike and follow your guide on a tour of some of the most spectacular monuments of Paris as they are lit up for the night. You will cycle from the Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower. Along the way, pass the Pyramids at The Louvre, learn the secrets of the parisians monuments. Stop on the Champs Elysées for a view of the Arc Of Triomphe, and discover the golden gates and glass ceiling of the Grand and Petit Palais. Cylce cross the Pont Alexandre III and enjoy the river banks. Then, enjoy a cruise along the Seine river on boat with commentary from your guide.

Paris Bike Tour: 3 Hours Along the River Seine

5. Paris Bike Tour: 3 Hours Along the River Seine

Discover the highlights of Paris on a bike tour along the River Seine. The banks of the Seine have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991 and will enchant you as well. You begin the tour on the right bank of the Seine overlooking the Conciergerie and the Ile Saint-Louis. After crossing the Pont Notre-Dame, you discover Paris and its bridges over the centuries. Experience the stunning Notre-Dame Cathedral and the famous Eiffel Tower. See the beautiful Chaillot Palace and ride across the largest royal square in Paris to discover the Tuileries Garden and the magnificent Louvre with its unique collection of art. Thanks to your experienced tour guide, you will enjoy the best views along the Seine and discover a large variety of prestigious monuments.

Paris Combo: Bike Tour, Seine Cruise & Eiffel Tower Ticket

6. Paris Combo: Bike Tour, Seine Cruise & Eiffel Tower Ticket

See the absolute best Paris has to offer with this incredible tour combination. Get a great overview of Paris by bike as you get up close and personal to some of the world's most famous attractions. See Paris from the river with an unforgettable cruise down the Seine River. Finally, discover one of the most well-known attractions in the world with skip-the-line access to the Eiffel Tower. Your day kicks off with a visit to Paris' most famous monument: the Eiffel Tower. Your ticket allows you to skip the notoriously long lines and go straight to the 2nd level before ascending to the very top. After a break for lunch, it's time for the bike tour which starts at 3:00 PM. This tour is a fabulous way to visit Paris on a comfortable cruiser bike. Whether you're a Paris rookie or seasoned veteran, the goal is to not overwhelm you with monotonous facts you can find in any guidebook. Instead, the tour offers the famous local attractions, local knowledge, educational information, great photo opportunities, and heaps of fascinating stories from your tour guide. Included in this combo tour is a 1-hour cruise on the River Seine - the perfect compliment to your day out in Paris. On the boat, you will pass beneath Paris' most famous bridges and by many of its most popular attractions including Notre Dame, Musée d'Orsay, and more. This ticket allows you to join a cruise whenever you'd like, so you are welcome to join a boat cruise following your bike tour, or on another day during your time in Paris.

Paris: Private Bike Tour of Old Town and Top Attractions

7. Paris: Private Bike Tour of Old Town and Top Attractions

Join a passionate bike guide on a cycling tour around the most spectacular Old Town monuments and nature spots. With so many historic sites to see, there is no better way to explore the City of Lights than on a bike. Get active and learn about French history and culture while exploring the city in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way. During the 2-hour tour, you will hop on a bike and cycle along the Avenue Kléber to Place du Trocadéro, where you can admire the famed view of Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower across the Seine. Cross the Pont d'Iéna bridge and cycle underneath the Eiffel Tower to fully appreciate its grand scale and iconic beauty. Follow your guide through the quiet green landscape of Champ de Mars to the magnificent military museum complex Les Invalides and St Louis des Invalides Cathedral, where notable French officers like Napoleon are buried. Enjoy the charming atmosphere of busy Parisian streets lined with elegant old tenement houses. Cycle along the romantic Seine River and see the golden replica of Lady Liberty’s torch, Flame of Liberty. The last highlight of this exciting tour will be the iconic Arc de Triomphe, which commemorates Napoleon’s victories. Choose the 4-hour option to enjoy more amazing sights. The alternative, the longer route includes cycling from Les Invalides to the other side of Seine to admire the statue-studded 17th century Tuileries Garden, Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, and the Louvre Palace with its iconic glass Pyramid. Further along, you will see the amazing gilded bronze equestrian statue of Joan of Arc on the charming Rue de Rivoli. Other points of interest will be the stunning Italian-style opera house Palais Garnier, the Madeleine Church, and the Place de la Concorde featuring the iconic Ancient Egyptian Luxor Obelisk, Fontaine des Fleuves, and Fontaine des Mers. The route will continue by art nouveau Grand Palais and end by the monolithic Arc de Triomphe. The 6-hour option offers even more landmarks, historical facts, and cultural anecdotes. The extended route includes cycling from Les Invalides to the beautiful green spaces of the Luxembourg Gardens with the magnificent Luxembourg Palace, which now houses the French Senate. Another sight along the way will be the 18th-century mausoleum Panthéon, where many notable French citizens are buried. Cycle through the “birthplace of Paris”, Ile de la Cité to marvel at the Gothic masterpiece Notre Dame Cathedral. See also the beautiful city hall Hôtel de Ville, and Saint Jacques Tower, and continue past the Louvre. There will also be some free time to grab a croissant or other local snack to fuel up your energy.

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What people are saying about Seine River

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 402 reviews

This ride is excellent. You visit charming places and reach areas that you normally do not see in other types of transport. The super comfortable tour, the guide always attentive and friendly. First you go to a super typical market, buy your supplies and start the bike ride to have a picnic next to a lake. Getting to Giverny like this makes this experience unique. Super recommended.

This was a wonderful adventure. Our guide Richard (From Cambridge) was fantastic and very knowledgeable. The local marché in Vernon was great to buy our picnic food. Monet garden was a bit crowded. Suggest starting your visit with the water garden.

Excellent guide with good safety instructions and manageable sized group. Well-paced ride and the combination of an ice cream stop, river boat trip and ending near the Eiffel Tower worked very well.

Pleasant way to explore Paris. Friendly and patient guide, gives a lot of info about Paris. Beautiful end on the boat with a view of the illuminated Eiffel Tower.

Arthur was solid and the tour was great. Friendly and fun vibe with interesting anecdotes about the sites we were being shown