Paris is a wonderful city for bike tours. There are so many places not to be missed! But often, you don't have time to see everything. That's why we recommend that you take a bike for your next visit to the city.

Visiting Paris by bike is an incredible experience. You can ride through the streets and avenues, get to historic monuments and pass parks you've never heard of.

Biking around the city is also an opportunity to go beyond the boundaries of Paris. You can visit Versailles, where Louis XIV's castle is located, and Saint-Germain-en-Laye, where Marie-Antoinette and Louis XVI's castle is located. These places are incredibly beautiful and worthy of being visited by bike.

If you prefer to take a short bike ride, we recommend you to go in the Bois de Vincennes, along the Canal Saint-Martin or at the Ourcq mudflats. These places are ideal for your bike rides and will allow you to discover the hidden beauties of Paris.


To visit Paris in a different way, the bike is the ideal solution. We had the opportunity to make many rides and we are going to reveal you our favorite itinerary which will allow you to see a great number of Parisian monuments.

We begin our walk on the Place de la Nation, former Place du Trône, it will amaze you by its beauty. Then, we continue towards the Père-Lachaise cemetery, famous for the numerous personalities that it shelters like Chopin, Edith Piaf or Jim Morrison.

Afterwards, we recommend you to go to Montmartre to admire the Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur and to take a break in front of the wonderful view that is offered to you. You can then continue your stroll by going down to Pigalle, one of the nightlife and festive districts preferred by Parisians. You will discover there the most emblematic theaters of the city like the Trianon, the Cigale or the incredible Moulin Rouge.

We advise you to visit the Parc Monceau, where you can admire sculptures and edifices of all styles. To finish your stroll, you can go to the Arc de Triomphe and admire one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, the Champs-Élysées.