- Private 2CV tour of Paris’ Champ Elysées and the surrounding area
- Ride around Paris in a vintage convertible 2CV car
- Sit back and relax while a driver shows you the sights
- See top Paris attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Grand Palais
- Upgrade to a 45-minute tour and see additional sights including Quai Branly Museum
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Riding along the Champs Elysées in a 2CV is the fun way to sightsee around Paris. Get tips for places to see from your very own chauffeur as you discover the secrets surrounding the most famous avenue in Paris!
What You Can Expect
As you ride, learn about the history of this much-loved little vehicle. Created in 1948 to replace farmers’ carts, the sturdy 2CV went on to transform the French motoring industry. Cheap, cheerful and economical to run, the cars went on to become the motor of choice to the French masses. While their look has evolved over the years, few models hold as much appeal as the early versions; luckily for you, on this tour, you’ll ride in a true original – a vintage convertible 2CV.
Gaze out over the elegant Champs Elysées, seeing many of the legendary landmarks for which the city is famed. Admire the Arc de Triomphe, a magnificent arch in Place Charles de Gaulle, and have your camera ready to snap the iconic Eiffel Tower set against the Champ de Mars. Hear fun facts and trivia about monuments like Les Invalides – a 17th-century shelter for wounded soldiers – and learn about the 1900 World’s Fair when Petit Palais and Grand Palais were built.
If you have more time spare and want to spend longer exploring Paris by 2VC, upgrade to a 45-minute tour. Additional attractions that are taken in on the extended tour include Place Vendôme –an impressive square lined by swanky boutiques – and Palais de l'Elysée with its distinctive Classical architecture. Travel along the Left Bank of the Seine and watch out for the Jean Nouvel-designed Quai Branly Museum – admired for its eccentric façade shrouded with exotic plants. All tours finish at the start point, near Place de la Concorde.
Please note: 2CVs are small compared to modern vehicles, so with comfort in mind, bookings are only accepted for three people per car, with one driver assigned per trio. Should your group be larger, no worries – up to nine people can book this private tour, and each group of three ride in a separate car while traveling together in an eye-catching convoy.