Combined Guided Tour Bicycle + Museum
These combined tours let you learn and have fun at the same time
All of this with “preferred access”: no waiting in line.
Our fully-accredited National Guides put you at the front of the line and allow you to get the most out of your visit. Their expertise will guide you to a selection of the finest works of art representing a wide range of genres.
Your stop at the Louvre museum goes beyond words as you experience the most breathtaking masterpieces from Venus de Milo to the French Crown Jewels, and the incomparable Mona Lisa.
In combination with the bike tour, your National Guide will accompany you througout the Musée d’Orsay and help you learn how rebelliousness and original the Impressionists like Monet, Renoir and Degas were for their time.
When you arrive at the Eiffel Tower you avoid the waiting lines and head straight up to the second level. From a different perspective you will recognise the monuments and sights and your guide will recount the history and the stories of the most famous place in the world.
A combined tour that is primarily on bikepaths.
After crossing by bike the seventeenth century city whose design inspired Saint Petersburg and Washington D.C., your guide will lead your visit to the entrance of the the Grand Apartments and of course la Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors) and the King’s and the Queen’s Grand Apartment. Before your return to Paris, take a stroll in the incomparable Gardens of Versailles.
Following this you will discover the historic heart of Paris. From Place des Vosges and La Bastille, we cross the Seine on the Pont d’Austerlitz and then follow the river through the Jardin des Sculptures before heading for the ancient Roman arena, Arènes de Lutèce, the Pantheon and La Sorbonne.
We then continue the ride around the Jardin de Luxembourg and through the Quartier Latin to Notre-Dame and the two islands, Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint-Louis.
On the way, your National Guide will take you inside the crypt of the Pantheon where the most famous and legendary are venerated. From Voltaire, Alexandre Dumas and Viktor Hugo to Marie Curie – who until recently was the only woman honoured.
Other museums may be offered by request.