No matter which tour option you chose, on the day of your tour, meet your guide at the Esplanade des Invalides at 38 rue Fabert a little before 10a.m. Right away, for both of these options, listen to a 20-minute introduction, which will get you more acquainted with your small electric vehicle. Each vehicle holds up to four people and is automatic. (Please note that your guide rides in a different car ahead of you.)
The Tuesday tour starts out with a visit to Les Invalides before taking off down the side of the Seine River to see the Orsay Museum. Then continue on and cross Carrousel Bridge to get to the Louvre. Catch sights of the famous glass pyramid of the Louvre, as well as the Jardin des Tuileries. Your tour also goes by Concorde Square, Champs Elysées, and Pont Alexandre III. Afterward, make your way back to the place you started — Esplanade des Invalides — at about 11:30a.m.
The Saturday tour also starts out with a a visit to Les Invalides before taking off down the side of the Seine River. Instead of heading toward the Orsay Museum, you’ll head toward Musée du Quai Branly. Next, you get time to walk the Champ de Mars to admire the Eiffel Tower and to take pictures of it if you’d like. Pass by the Ecole Militaire, and then go back to Les Invalides, and enjoy a stroll finishing at Esplanade des Invalides at about 11:30p.m.