All about Cycling in Paris

Paris Tour

Paris Tourist Attractions

It is only a few years ago travelers have started to discover that cycling in Paris is the best way to explore the city. Most tourists now look forward to renting a bike to explore the city rather than choosing a walking tour.

All the popular attractions like Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Pyramide du Louvre, Palais Royal and Grand Palais can be explored at your own pace and convenience. The only thing which is important that you should keep in mind is to be careful while cycling on the roads between all the vehicles as not all places have bicycle tracks. For the same reason, cycling is recommended only to people who have some experience of cycling.

Where to Rent a Bike during your Paris Tour?

Paris à vélo, c’est sympa is a shop that provides guided tours, bike rentals and many other sales-related to tours. You can get good quality bikes from this shop.

Main Sights to go Cycling

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower can be one of the interesting popular destinations you can manage to go on your bicycles. You can take your bicycle and park it near places that are away from the rush and hustle which is always surrounding the place. You will be able to enjoy the sights at the Eiffel tower, and also maybe lunch and come back to head to the other destination in your list.

Notre Dame

This is one of the famous cathedrals you can freely visit on your rented bike. You can park your bicycle in the parking areas or at places that are a bit far from the rush of the cathedral.

Pyramid du Louvre

Pyramid du Louvre is a large pyramid made out of metal and glass and is surrounded by three other small pyramids. The biggest pyramid is the main entrance to the Louvre museum which is considered and recommended as a must-visit destination in Paris. You can find famous paintings like Mons Lisa in the museum. You will have to be prepared for a long day if you are planning to get there on a bike, as there is a lot to see at this place. Therefore, there are chances for you to get tired by the end of the day after cycling and exploring the museum at one stretch.