Paris is one of the most fascinating European capitals and it is even more charming if it is visited by bicycle.
The city can count on approximately 370 km of bike trails that, since the introduction of bike sharing, are definitely frequented by both Parisians and tourists. There is also a guide in the tourism office, “Paris by bike”, which includes a number of city routes for the whole family.
When you are pedaling in Paris you need to be careful about some city regulations. For example, it is forbidden to go biking in some urban parks, you must absolutely go down and ride the bicycle. In the subway it is not allowed to carry bikes, except for foldable ones.
Once in the city it is possible to join bicycle tours organized by the local agencies, or rely on the path we propose!
It is a simple itinerary that runs from the Eiffel Tower along the River Seine. Cycling in the direction of the center of Paris you arrive to Pont de la Concorde then turn left and reach the famous Place de la Concorde. Then proceed to the Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre Museum. The route continues along the Seine to Pont Neuf and to the city’s most beloved cathedral: Notre Dame de Paris. After a visit to the church, the next stop is the famous Rue de Rivoli.
Then return to the Louvre and Place de la Concorde to find yourself back at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.