4.5-Hour Paris Night Tour by Bike with Seine River Cruise

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What to do in Paris? Take a Paris night tour by bike and see the City of Lights illuminated. The best Paris bike tours. Includes a Seine River Cruise!


  • See the magic of Paris at night on this bike tour!
  • Stops at Notre Dame, The Louvre, Academie Francaise, and Berthillon Ice Cream!
  • Also includes a delightful Seine river cruise!

4.5-Hour Paris Night Tour by Bike with Seine River Cruise

Come along for an unforgettable evening of the illuminated sites and enjoy a spectacular cruise on the Seine as well. Bike through the Latin Quarter and experience the city’s finest nightlife. Ride along the river along the Ile de la Cite and enjoy ice cream at Berthillon (Paris ‘ most renowned ice cream store). Cross the Pont des Arts bridge full of picnics and enjoy the sunset over the rooftops of Paris. See the Louvre like never before and enjoy a trip on the Seine on board. Have we mentioned that there is free wine on the ship?

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Meet your tour guide in the city’s heart, and then set out through the city’s moonlit streets with your guide in tow. All ages and fitness levels are catered for on the ride, so you can sit back and enjoy the scenery. Please be aware that the night bike tour involves a bit more riding and a bit less narration, but that photo opportunities are frequent along the way.

Paris by Night City of Lights Sightseeing Guided Bike Tour

Pass Notre Dame, one of the most recognizable structures in Paris. Get to know its history, including how Paris began on this tiny island. As you ride through the Louvre’s back courtyard, you’ll pass some of the world’s most famous works of art and can treat yourself to an ice cream cone at the famous Berthillon. Eat while listening to stories about Paris’ early days on the bridge between St. Louis Island and the Ile de la Cite.

There are more than 20 flavors to choose from. Along the way, you’ll see the stunning St. Chapelle church, the Latin Quarter, the Pont des Arts, the Academie Francaise, and more. Princess Di’s effigy can even be seen on the horizon. Then board a Seine River cruise to see the Eiffel Tower from a unique perspective: from the water. A complimentary bottle of French wine will be waiting for you when you board your cruise ship. Your tour comes to an end after a full night of sightseeing back at the starting point.

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