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Dave was a great guide! He told us where to go to find amazing food, and I appreciated that he gave us a good amount of history and lore, but didn't overwhelm us. The other people on the tour were friendly and pleasant. This is a great way to see the grounds of Versailles and really take it in.
Great Experience, perfect way to explore Versailles
, Oct 2019
First let me start with the most important - our tour guide was amazing! His name was Denis. He was very knowledgeable, great sense of humor, he went above and beyond making sure we all have a good time.
This is a whole day event. Be prepared to ride bike on/off for good 3-4 hours, leisure speed though. My wife and I enjoyed it very much, learning a lot about French history.
Strongly recommend it!
The tour with Eddie was very informative and relaxing. We both enjoyed the easy going approach with Eddie and the itinerary and pace suited us perfectly. We have no problem with recommending this tour to other people.
The gardens of Versailles span an impressive 1,976 acres. Rather than exploring the sprawling grounds on foot, pedal your way around with an informative guide on this full-day Versailles bike tour from Paris. Discover garden trails and tree-lined paths behind the palace, and reach parts of the grounds that visitors on foot do not frequent, including Marie Antoinette's country-style hamlet, the Petit Trianon, and the Grand Trianon. Stop by the Grand Canal before heading inside the Palace of Versailles with skip-the-line admission.
This tour was so much fun. Our guide, Dan, was very fun, knowledgeable and organized. I would definitely recommend this tour it was the highlight of my trip to Paris. I almost cancelled Bc I got lazy a few days before, but I’m really glad I went.
I would definitely do this tour again next time I’m back in France.
Experience the magnificence of Versailles on a fun full-day bike tour, including round-trip transfers by train from Paris. Meet your guide on arrival and spend the day pedaling around the beautiful parks, royal gardens, and forest trails. Stop to explore Marie Antoinette’s hamlet, snap photos of the grandiose palace from unique viewpoints and enjoy a picnic (own expense) along the Versailles' Grand Canal.
Versailles Bike Tour with Skip-the-Line Entrance to Palace
, Nov 2019
Our tour guide Pablo, was very knowledgeable with the history of France. We were a pretty large group who asked many questions and he was able to perfectly answer all of them. The biking was perfect to see all versailles even in a rainy day! Totslly worth the money
Nice tour, a bit too expensive for what you get. We met the group and had to then take the train to get to Versailles - this isn't a bus tour. The bike ride around Versailles was nice, but maybe too cold for the winter months. Consider if you would enjoy biking around for several hours in the rain/cold before booking. Overall this is a tour that you could just as easily do yourself as the train is easy to use and would be a lot cheaper.
Pedal your way around the parks of Versailles and enjoy skip-the-line entrance to the magnificent palace on this full-day tour from Paris. Learn the secrets of palace life, the truth about Marie Antoinette and the palace’s role in the French Revolution on a bike tour of Marie-Antoinette's Hamlet and the Petit and Grand Trianons. Next, bypass the queue and head straight inside the Palace of Versailles, where you have time to explore independently and discover the King’s apartments and famous Hall of Mirrors.
Richard from the UK was an excellent tour guide, very knowledgeable and simultaneously entertaining. He ensured our safety and took us thru the key highlights of Paris. Great tour, easy to hear thru headsets. Would definitely take the tour again!
Our guide Eugenia was amazing. Had a very fun way of narrating the historical events. Her instructions on biking in those busy streets were effective and held the pack together. What a way to see the streets of Paris on a bike. A must do thing in Paris
Spin through the city streets like a local and explore the French capital in style on this fat tire bike tour in Paris. Follow your guide through the city to top attractions such as Napoleon’s tomb and Les Invalides, the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower. Cycle along the UNESCO World Heritage–listed banks of the Seine River and stop for a break among the trees in the pretty Tuileries Gardens. Admire the Grand Palais, the Orsay Museum and more, and learn of their history from your guide.
This was a great tour! Easy riding, nice pace, saw some things I never knew about. Riding along the Seine and inside the Louvre courtyard was amazing. Our guide was fantastic. Friendly, warm, and made sure we were safe at some of the more hectic crossings. Highly recommend!
See Paris like a local as you pedal around its vibrant neighborhoods, lively markets and hidden sights on this small-group bike tour. Explore the famous Latin Quarter, the Jewish communities of Le Marais and the historic Place de la Bastille, as well as enjoying views of iconic landmarks like Notre-Dame Cathedral. With plenty of rest stops and photo opportunities, this tour is suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
We had a great 2 hour bike tour with a very personable guide. I've been to Paris many times, but our guide took us to places I had never seen. He was full of great stories about history. Most of tour was off the main roads, but be aware that you do ride with cars.
See Paris in a fun way and get some exercise in the process with this small-group bike tour. Two guides will show you all around some of the oldest parts of Paris, from the Ile Saint Louis to the medieval Marais and up to the Bastille, both on the Right Bank. You'll then cross the Seine to the Left Bank to visit famous areas such as Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Luxembourg Gardens, and the Latin Quarter.
The bike instructor was very helpful and provided detailed safety tips. While the tour guide was very patient and polite. We are a family with four children, and they enjoyed the tour as much as enjoying riding an e-scooter in the streets of Paris while learning a aboutthing or two about the historical places that we've visited. I can't recommend this tour enough for families!
Roman was a great guide and very knowledgeable. Showed us all around Paris and gave us the history. The scooters were very easy to ride and they made sure you were comfortable with them before going out on the road. You got to practice in the underground garage first. They are an awesome team!
Save your energy for sightseeing with this tour of Paris by electronic bike. After a short briefing, you’ll pedal along the bike lanes and sidewalks of the French capital, with the e-bike’s motor propelling you along when you need a little help. The route takes in sights of the standout Paris attractions such as the Notre Dame and Eiffel Tower, and you’ll learn about each landmark from your guide.
Experience four hours of Paris on two wheels with this electric bike tour around town. Along with your guide and fellow participants, you'll get to visit some of the most charming areas, from the artsy Saint-Germain-des-Prés area to the historic Marais neighborhood. And don't worry about getting too tired; using an electric bike reduces the pressure of having to pedal the whole time.
Pedal around the illuminated avenues and floodlit monuments of Paris at night on this 4-hour evening bike tour, including a 1-hour sightseeing cruise. Soak up the atmosphere of the City of Lights as you pedal past the Louvre, stop to view the Eiffel Tower and glide down the grand Champs Elysées. Finish your tour floating down the Seine river, beneath the twinkling lights of the city.
The bike ride was too difficult for me and it was pouring rain and there was no alternate plan for arrival to Giverny. The guide was excellent and the gardens are a must-see. But be aware that if you are not a skilled rider, and able to climb hills just take an ordinary tour. This tour consists of stopping in a village near Giverny to purchase your own picnic lunch, riding to a park to eat your lunch, and then riding 2 miles to Giverny, where you walk through the gardens and museum/house, then ride back. Again, Giverny is beautiful and a must-see while in the Paris region, but only do this if you are normal weight, (I am overweight and found the bicycle unable to support me) and a good rider. I only gave them 4 stars since it was pouring rain and we were still expected to ride bicycles with no contingency plan.
This bike tour was amazing! We took an hour long bus tour to Vernon. In Vernon, we shopped for lunch and visited an old church. We felt like Parisians shopping in the village for our lunch. We had a wonderful picnic lunch along the river. The bike ride was fabulous and all ages and levels can do it. I found it to be very organized and felt that we had adequate time in Monet's gardens. This tour was one of the highlights of our trip!
See Claude Monet’s gardens at Giverny on this enchanting, full-day bike tour from Paris. Ride through the scenic wheat and sunflower fields of the French countryside, and cycle through the beautiful town where Monet lived and worked. Tour the painter’s home and the gardens that inspired some of the most ionic works of the Impressionist period, and explore Giverny’s charming streets, cafes, and museums.
Escape the tourist trail and discover Paris like a local on this 4-hour small-group bike tour. Get off-the-beaten-track and explore Paris’ vibrant neighborhoods as you pedal around the maze-like Latin Quarter and see the Jewish quarter of Le Marais. Make the most of your local guide as you see the City of Lights from a new perspective and get a taste of the real Paris, away from the tourist crowds.
Highlights of Paris Bike Tour with Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Notre-Dame
Good first day activiy!
, Aug 2019
Our family enjoyed this overview on bikes and liked our guide. He was relaxed and friendly. His information was given in appropriate depth for this sort of tour. Our bikes were of good quality and we felt entertained and not stressed by the traffic or pace, having endured an overnight flight from the USA.
We enjoyed a wonderful bike ride through Paris with our guide, Lena. A group of ten was just the right size. Lena stopped at a number of sights and with the use of some photos, gave us the history of each point of interest. It was obvious that she knew her history of Paris as she gave us some insight into each stop. Lunch stop was good, timing was right for a short break. All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed the bike ride and would highly recommend Blue Bike Tours.
Pedal your way around Paris on this 4-hour small-group bike tour – a great way for first-time visitors to get their bearings and see all the main sights in a single tour. Glide down the famous Champs-Elysées avenue, pass iconic landmarks such as Ile de la Cité and the Louvre, and stop to snap photos of the unmissable Eiffel Tower.
Cruise around Paris on a bike tour to see its major attractions, following the lead of a knowledgeable guide. On a comfortable Dutch bicycle, start near the Arc de Triomphe and ride past famous city sights like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, Centre Pompidou and much more. Along the way, listen to commentary about the city and its history from your guide.
Skip the lines in Versailles. Begin by exploring the scenic town on a bike tour, sample crêpes and wine, stop at a farmer’s market, and enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of the canal. Ride through the palace gardens and listen to scandalous stories about the royal family. Bypass the line and enter the Château to tour its ornate staterooms, bedrooms, and Hall of Mirrors with a guide.
Johny was amazing. Great coordination and he was very helpful in navigating the streets at night when visibility on foreign roads is a challenge. The cruise was an interesting way to see Paris and you can hand pick stuff to visit later. Gives you a fair idea of the city.
Pedal through the City of Light on an evening bike tour. Follow your guide past Paris' top attractions, such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, and the famous Berthillon ice cream shop, and listen to commentary along the way. After a relaxing ride through the illuminated city, top off your tour with a cruise along the Seine paired with a glass of wine.
Discover the secrets behind the world’s most famous celebratory tipple as you pedal your way around Champagne on this full-day tour from Paris. After traveling by train from Paris to Epernay, pick up your electric bike and glide around the vineyards, stopping for a picnic lunch (own expense) and Champagne tasting. Explore the region’s family-run cellars, visit the hometown of Dom Perignon and tour the famous Mercier Champagne house, before hopping on the train back to Paris.
My husband and I (both aged 70) recently had the pleasure of riding throughout Paris, past the lit up monuments with Roman, our knowledgeable guide. He was attentive, watching out for our safety all while showing us the best parts of this city of lights. We had a ball!
Navigate the bike lanes and side streets of Paris on an electric bike during this tour. With a guide in the lead, you'll feel comfortable pedaling an electric bike after dark, pedaling as hard as you like and enjoying the assistance of an electric motor. Pass Paris landmarks lit up for the night and listen to guided commentary on the city's history, culture, architecture, and modern life.
Book a fun, productive first day in Paris to get an orientation of the city and discover places you'll want to visit further during your stay. With a private guide dedicated to just you and your party, spend two hours getting acquainted with the city. Your guide will teach you about the different neighborhoods, how to speak a few words of French, how to buy Metro tickets, and what are the must-see attractions and must-eat food.
Paris Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour and Entry to Over 60 Attractions
Always a must
, Nov 2019
Second time in Paris and each time I purchase the Paris Pass. Used the attraction pass 2 days then used the museum 2 days and really got my money’s worth. I would suggest you plan out your adventure to get the best for your money.
A must for 2 or more days in Paris. The hop on hop off bus tour gets you around the city to all the attractions The museum pass, attraction pass, and transportation pass make it easy to see all of Paris Worth the extra money to get an extra day on the hop on hopoff bus.
Gain admission to more than 60 top Paris attractions with the Paris Pass—a flexible sightseeing pass that lets you access the best the French capital has to offer, such as the Palace of Versailles and Arc de Triomphe. Enjoy entrance to Parisian showstoppers like the Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, and Centre Pompidou with the 3-, 4-, or 6-day pass. Make the most of a 1-day hop-on hop-off Big Bus sightseeing tour, Bateaux Parisiens river cruise, and unlimited public transport with the included travelcard.
Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for one year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
We had a great time with e-skate￼. The instructor was very professional. The material is fantastic, they make the skates themselves. They have just started renting out the boards. Even if you have never been on a skateboard you will enjoy it. If you have done this before then this is really next level. Seriously, book this.
This Tour is animated by professionals skateboarders and snowboarders in Paris. All of our team is leaving in Paris for long years. We all share the same passion for spreading fun and stories about our wonderful and historical city : Paris.
Join us on an unforgettable evening away from the crowds, exploring the city of lights & it's illuminated monuments as we share with you a unique insight into it's history and contemporary culture. This is no history lecture, instead a fun & informative ride with a licensed local guide, designed to give you the perfect overview of Paris - the city we call home.
We ride the city in the evening as there is less traffic & no crowds and to see the city by day & by night We do not ride on the roads & use plenty of safe bike lanes separate from traffic. We ride on comfortable bikes, in small groups & see far more than you could ever by foot.
Discover Paris by bike with a full-day package that combines a guided tour with a bike rental to continue exploring on your own. The half-day highlights tour orients you to the city’s bike lanes and covers some of the major sights, including the Seine River, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Grand Palais, Louvre Museum, Centre Pompidou, and Notre-Dame Cathedral. Afterward, go sightseeing independently with your rental bike.
Paris is the perfect destination for food lovers—and this indulgent snacking and biking tour offers the ideal introduction to its culinary plenty. Pick from multiple departure times, rent your bike (own expense), and set off with a small group for company. Be sure to come with an appetite: you’ll follow your guide to numerous locals-frequented favorites, and will enjoy snacks like crêpes, macarons, cheese, poutine, and more.
This is a pay what you want bike ride! The booking covers the bike rental, and the guide is paid only with your tips, so you decide how much the ride is worth at the end!
We'll pedal around the city, covering more ground than you could on foot, but ducking into all the nooks you can’t access on public transport.
Our leisurely pace lets you appreciate the heartbeat of Paris while we share stories and answer questions. We want you to feel like one of us by the end.
We do away with boring scripts and let our guides bring their own experiences and personality to the tour. They might teach you how to flâner, laissez faire, order a kir, and not get fleeced by pickpockets and waiters. You’ll also learn where to eat, shop and drink (and where to avoid).
See Notre Dame, the love lock bridge, the Louvre, an old highway-turned-park with groovy bars, floating gardens, street art, Paris’s most beautiful bridge, and the best Eiffel Tower views, Champs Elysees, Guillotine Square and more!