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Paris by Pedicab: 1 or 2 Hour Major Monuments Tour

1. Paris by Pedicab: 1 or 2 Hour Major Monuments Tour

There’s so much to see in Paris, but you’ll find you can take in the major monuments in just 1 or 2 hours by pedicab with a driver that knows the city well. You’ll ride by the iconic sites of the City of Light, and listen to the commentary of your knowledgeable local guide along the way. It’s up to you to decide which monuments you want to see and hear about. The route could include the Eiffel Tower, the grand Champs-Elysées, the Cathedral of Notre-Dâme, and the world-famous Latin Quarter. See the Louvre, the Orsay museum, and the Opera. It’s your choice! In the winter, you don't have to worry about being cold, as you’ll be provided a princess blanket to keep you warm. There’s also a clear plastic tarp available for inclement weather, to keep you dry without obstructing your view!

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Paris: Guided City Tour by Electric Bike

2. Paris: Guided City Tour by Electric Bike

Discover the highlights of Paris like a local on an electric bike tour. Peddle through the charming streets easily with the help of a motor. Have the use of a raincoat, so you can enjoy the city in any weather. Take a family-friendly route that is mostly on bike paths and sidewalks. Meet your guide and get fitted with your helmet and bike. Test drive your bike to ensure that you are comfortable handling an electric bike. Set off on an adventure as you ride to the iconic Louvre Palace. Wave to the Mona Lisa as you pass the Louvre Muséum and the Carrousel shopping center. Enjoy the greenery in the Tuileries Gardens and watch the ships pass by the docks. Admire the oldest bridge in the city at Pont Neuf. Travel to Cité Island to view the stunning Cité Palace. View the Gothic architecture of Saint Chapelle and the rose window of the Notre dame Cathédral. Venture to the Institute of France and see the love locks on the Arts Bridge. Go by the Orsay Muséum which was once a train station before passing the Orsay Docks. Get up close to the Eiffel Tower and marvel at the view of it from across the Trocadero Gardens. Feel the immensity of the Chaillot Palace as you see both wings. Get a taste of modern art as you pass by Tokyo Palace. Be tickled by the contrast between the Great and small palace. Experience the connection between the US and France at the Liberty Flame in Lady Diana square. Ride by the arched Alexandre III bridge and appreciate the use of space in the Vendôme and Concorde square. Finish your tour where you began.

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Paris: Bike Tour with Street Food Experience

3. Paris: Bike Tour with Street Food Experience

Spend the day admiring the historic sites of Paris from a bike. Travel using the impressive network of protected bike lanes, and through quiet neighborhood streets. Learn the history of Paris from your experienced tour guide, as you stop by the iconic landmarks to take photos. Visit the Louvre, Opera House, Place de la Concorde, Champs Elysées, Eiffel Tower, and Saint Germain des Près. Continue the bike ride to the Marais district, whilst here you will get the chance to try a delicious falafel, available with vegan options. Taste this Middle Eastern ‘fast food’ option made of chickpeas or fava beans, fresh herbs, and spices. Finish the tour back where you started, having learned the history of Paris.

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Run The Lights

4. Run The Lights

Nothing planned for the evening? Join this 10 km/6 m jog along the illuminated streets of Paris! Work out, sight-see and have a lot of fun by meeting new running mates from all over the world! The starting point of the tour will be the place where all the distances in France are measured from: the Notre-Dame Cathedral, in the very heart of Paris. From there, your running guide will lead you on a round tour, at your own pace, along some shiny landmarks of Paris, such as: Paris City Hall, the Louvre Museum, Vendôme square, the Garnier Opera house, Hôtel des Invalides, the Eiffel tower, and much more! Some quick pauses are planed for pictures and refreshments along the way. Your tour host will carry your belongings (small items only) inside his/her backpack and will have water and snacks ready for you whenever you feel like it. All you have to do is to put on some comfortable running gear and to lace up your trainers!

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Paris: Famous Monuments Cycling Tour

5. Paris: Famous Monuments Cycling Tour

Meet your team at Le Peloton Café, the office and base located in the quintessential old Parisian streets of the Marais. After meeting your group and being introduced to your local guide, find the perfect bike for you and your family before setting off to the islands just across the river. The very first sight you'll see is Nôtre Dame to learn about it's history, construction, and reconstruction. Following that, swing around the island, through a local flower market, and right up to the Palais de Justices. After crossing by the infamous Fontaine Saint-Michel in the Latin quarter, make your way over to the Pont des Arts, Paris' first lock bridge. Learn about the importance of the bridges of Paris and the Institute of France, before popping into the back entrance of the Louvre. Meander around the cobblestones of the older courtyard before gliding through the archways to the bigger courtyard, where the famous pyramid of the Louvre sits. After some family photos, continue onward to receive views of the Tuileries Garden and the Orsay Museum. Next up, visit Les Invalides. You'll pass through the Place de la Concorde - once the sight of the monarch-executing guillotine, today the site of an Egyptian Obelisk. You'll then cross the Alexander Bridge, approaching Les Invalides head on (which is best known for being Napoleon Bonaparte's resting place). From there, you'll take a pit stop on Rue Cler, a bustling pedestrian street filled with delicious snacks. Indulge yourself with a crèpe or an éclair before heading through small streets to the Eiffel Tower, and pedal alongside Paris' most famous landmark until you meet back up with your trusted bike path to cross the river. On the way back, there's even more to see. You'll pull into the Grand and Petit Palais to learn a little more about the World's Fairs that once took place in Paris, before taking a photo op at the Arch de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. Your tour concludes with not one, but two fun tunnels and a beautiful ride along the Paris riverside.

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All Inclusive Private Car Tour of Paris

6. All Inclusive Private Car Tour of Paris

Witness the greatness and unique beauty of Paris's foremost monuments, sites, streets and buildings. This is a unique opportunity to cover a lot of ground and make the most of the time you have at hand. If you prefer to be driven than to walk, or you have walking issues, this is a perfect solution for you. Learn about the layered and colorful history of this beautiful city while you explore it. Car tours are unique like this as you have both a guide and a chauffeur. While the chauffeur is cruising through the streets of Paris, your guide is available to fully turn his attention to you and your visit, thus ensuring that you make the most of your time. You can cover much more ground and get to the lesser known, but equally as breathtaking, places. Don't miss out on anything while in Paris!

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What people are saying about Notre Dame Cathedral

Great, the visit with Bruno, the right mix of history and today

The catastrophic weather on the day of our visit did not tarnish the enthusiasm of our guide Bruno, who provided historical, heritage and unusual information on the life of Parisians today. A good mix for visitors like us who wanted to have a good time, like accompanied by a friend who reveals his secrets. A visit that bears its name badly because if it passes in front of great monuments, it also weaves its way through small streets, far from the beaten track; And that's good: what a pleasure to see better and more than the usual big tourist tours. Bruno was soaked at the end, from having pedaled in the rain, and he never complained, on the contrary to the small attentions of his passengers. To recommend !

Jennifer was an excellent guide ! She took her time explaining history and making sure we saw everything we wanted to see. She also took great pics of us at every spot we wanted! Would definitely recommend her to others ! (She also had many great tips for the rest of our trip) MERCI!

A MUST EXPERIENCE!

Bruno was excellent. Good grasp on English and extremely knowledgeable. The most beautiful part of the tour was ensuring that we reached the Eiffel on the hour to catch the light up. Highly recommended!

Great tour guide and sites selection. Bike carriage too small for 2adults +1 child though, it should be dis-advised for such clientele or a larger one proposed

Brilliant!

Our guide Bruno was so friendly, interesting and knowledgable of the area, and he personalised the route for wherever we wanted to go. Would 100% recommend!