This Paris bike tour is ideal for those who want to see Paris in a whole new way. Get the local perspective on the city and explore Paris by bike.
• Explore the hidden hot spots with a Paris bike tour
• The Hidden Paris Bike Tour is 100% different from our other bike tours in Paris. None of the route or stops are the same.
Hidden Paris Bike Tour
The Hidden Paris Bike Tour stands out from our other bicycle tours as it dives deeper into what, apart from its landmarks and museums, makes Paris unique. This tour takes place completely on back roads so that you will see a more genuine and charming side of Paris, one that most visitors just dream of finding.
You will pop into a 400-year-old building and discover the Shakespeare and Co. bookshop’s book-lined walls. You will cycle past the oldest tree in Paris on your Blue BikeTM and learn about the Street Art movement in Paris in the Latin Quarter alleys. Thus you will acknowledge some of the most famous road art in Paris, such as the Space Invaders and the many faces of Gregos that emerge from the walls of our city.
You’ll look through a window and see pastry chefs producing delicacies wandering through a covered corridor. You’ll then realize that you’re standing in front of the world’s oldest café, a place where a revolution was planned and where Benjamin Franklin wrote some of America’s Constitution.
Cycling along Rue de Buci’s market road will smell the new baked goods and see thousands of new fruits and flowers all around you. You may notice a store that has been producing small lead troops since the 1700s and wonder how after 250 years they can still be there. That’s when you’re going to remember you’re in Paris and it’s magic here.
Within the intriguing church that Dan Brown used in his Da Vinci Code, you will have an opportunity to learn about and explore. Leaving the church behind you will go up a street and read a poem about a drunken boat on the wall backwards, then cycle alongside the beautiful Luxembourg Garden. At the Pantheon, the last resting location of France’s most beloved men and females, including Victor Hugo, you will pause.
Take a break in rue Mouffetard and explore the little creperies, amazing French bakeries and local atmosphere discovered off the beaten path. For your dinner, you will be able to choose anything you like most and have 30 minutes to enjoy it.
Once the break is over, the adventure remains as the guide takes you to the middle of the 2,000-year-old Roman Arena, then across the Seine into Le Marais’ historic Jewish neighbourhood.
You’ll admire Rue des Rosiers’ lovely pedestrian road with all its local boutiques and kosher restaurants, then head to the most beautiful square in Paris: Place des Vosges, where red bricks and green trees show a distinct side of Paris.
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