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Paris, a city full of hidden treasures

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Our Hidden Paris Bike Tour is a truly local experience. It was designed by our founders who have lived in and explored Paris for more than 30 years. This tour is for anyone who wants to get to know Paris' off-the-beaten-path charms and see what makes it so captivating to us locals.

On this tour we’ll take you away from all of the big monuments and show you the charming Latin Quarter and the quaint Le Marais neighborhoods. On your Blue Bike™ you'll cycle on back streets and discover hidden secrets, ancient ruins, and the oldest café in the world, all the while learning funny and eccentric historical details about the real Paris and its population.

A tour like this can only be given by a true local who knows and loves their city. So let one of our guides show you around and help you to see the unknown ways in which Paris really shines!

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35€ Adult
30€ Kids or Students

What's Included

  • Comfy bike
  • Insider info
  • Knowledgeable & friendly guide
  • Helmet (optional)
  • Great photo ops

Duration

4 hours
approximatly

Includes a 30min
snack break

Dates & Times

Everyday at 10AM

Meeting point

Place Saint-Michel in front of the fountain.

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Reservation required

Tour Highlights

Street Art

Paris didn't miss out on the underground street artist movement, it's home to some of the coolest in the world such as Invader and Gregos.

World’s oldest café

The Procope was founded in 1686 and has seen many of the most famous people in history eat there. Among them Benjamin Franklin, Voltaire, Napoléon, and Victor Hugo.

Shakespeare & Co Bookstore

More than just a bookstore, it's almost a shrine to the written word and those who write it. Its walls are overflowing with literature of all sorts, and some authors even sleep there!

Da Vinci Code Church

Taking over 140yrs to build, Saint Sulpice Church is wonderfully unique with its mismatched towers and was recently featured in the movie "The Da Vinci Code".

The Pantheon

Originally built as a massive basilica, the Pantheon was taken over during the French Revolution and rededicated to the Great Men of France.

Roman arena

Hidden away on the left bank this arena was the stage for countless human and animal battles during the roman occupation of France and it’s almost 2,000 years old!

Ancient city wall of Paris

Built 800 years ago to keep Richard the Lionheart out of Paris, this massive wall protected the city for more than 2 centuries until becoming obsolete as Paris grew larger.

Mouffetard village

Rue Mouffetard is one of Paris' oldest and liveliest neighborhoods with cafés and bistros of all kinds and a famous market as well. We’ll stop here for the 30 minute lunch break.

Place des Vosges

Originally known as Place Royale this square is in the Marais district. Its red brick stands out among the other beige parisian buildings and is full of charm.

Wall of the Righteous

This wall bears the names of over 3,900 people who risked their lives to save Jews in France during the Second World War

Le Marais neighborhood was a putrid swamp land for hundreds of years.

Learn more about Le Marais on the Paris Off-the-Beaten-Path Bike Tour!

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