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Our guide Anna was excellent. Just the right amount of sights and commentary, with a sense of humour. Can't recommend this highly enough.
LOVED it! Our guide, Liliya, was superb! She put us completely at ease despite the crazy drivers, made sure everyone made it through each congestion point and kept us together, stopped frequently for photos and little history lessons... this tour was FABULOUS! We might even base our next travel destination on where else the local tour operator operates. :)
we had a wonderful time, weather was great and tour guide was fun and informative
Such a fun way to see Paris at the beginning of your stay. Even in the rain!
Biking through Paris was a unique experience -- nothing I ever imagined myself doing. The six of us friends and family laughed much of the last week about "dominating" whatever situation we were in, as our guide had said we should do at certain points on our ride. This was an unforgettable 4 hours; highly recommended.
Great guide Sam. Very comfortable seat and easy to ride bike. Safe tour mostly on quiet streets or parks. Very informative and enjoyable.
The Fat Tire Bike tour was the most incredible experience during my trip to Paris. Our tour guide Jacob, was informative, friendly, and professional while still making it fun. I would recommend anyone who wants to see the key places in Paris, in an enjoyable way, to take this tour.
New Brunswick, NJ
Loved the whole thing. The guide was awesome, lots of info and it gave you a good feel for the city. Would highly recommend
Louis (from NZ) was fantastic! Although he wasn't from Paris he really knew his stuff, the history and stories of the sites visited on the tour were excellent. Kids loved it too!
Enjoyed the tour and our guide, Rick, was very friendly and accommodating. He did a wonderful job of keeping our group together and sharing information about the city and historical sites. I do have to say, though, that what is advertised on the site was not included in the tour- seeing stray cannonball, Paris' ancient city wall, secret gardens and passageways, the most famous (yet anonymous) French graffiti artist, houses of Jim Morrison and Victor Hugo, a hidden monastery in the center of Paris, favorite French bakeries, famous movie spots, and favorite back streets and local neighborhood. Don't get me wrong- we did see a lot of main sites and given great background information but it just didn't cover everything that was listed in their description.