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Paris Evening Bike Tour and Seine River Cruise, Paris

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Mon, Thurs and Sat

  • Duration

    4.5 hours

  • Start time


  • Meeting Point
    Your tour meets at the exit of the Dupleix metro station (line 6), but this station  will be closed in July & August. Please use the station La Motte Picquet Grenelle (lines 8 & 10) and walk to Dupleix. The street address is 63 Boulevard de Grenelle, 75015, Paris. 
    At the Dupleix station, exit right after the automatic gates. Your guide will be  across the street in front of the pharmacy with a big green cross above its 
    entrance, and you will see a bike with a flag on it that says 'Fat Tire Tours' with  our logo.

    Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
  • Ending Point

    The tour ends at the starting point

Key Highlights

  • A cycling tour to see Paris's top attractions in the evening light
  • One of the must-do experiences when in Paris
  • The tour is not overly strenuous and is suitable for all
  • After the bike tour relax with a glass of wine on the Seine Cruise
  • See the iconic Paris attractions on a bike tour and Seine cruise


Everything looks more magical at night, under the lights. Nowhere more so than the ‘City of Light’ – Paris. Now you can capture its beauty as the setting sun waves its goodbyes on the day. Capture the stunning beauty of the Notre Dame at sunset and see the Eiffel Tower resplendent in its illuminated grandeur. All while you cycle through the Paris streets. Look on in wonder at the stunning Louvre Museum as you say goodbye to the bike and take a boat cruise on the River Seine.

There’s a reason Paris is a magical place, and this tour will illustrate it in all its neon glory. See Paris a different way by bike and boat.

The highlights covered are:

  • Notre Dame
  • Berthillon Ice Cream 
  • The Islands 
  • Latin Quarter 
  • Louvre Museum 
  • Eiffel Tower 
  • Boat Cruise with Wine

Meet your guide at the designated meeting point, and then once assigned a group, to pick out bikes and get started your biking tour of Paris accompanied by an English speaking guide. The tour also includes a boat ride along the River Seine.

Highlights of the biking tour include:

Notre Dame: Learn about the famous flying buttresses, the history of the cathedral and how Paris traces its roots to the Ile de la Cité.

The Louvre Museum: This is a truly magical place at night. The spectacular lighting of the museum will transport you into medieval times.

Berthillon Ice Cream Shop: This is by far the most famous ice cream shop in Paris. You can choose to buy from about 20 offered flavours.

Enjoy your ice cream on the Pont (bridge) St. Louis, connecting the Ile de la Cité and the Ile St. Louis. Appreciate some of the most beautiful vistas of the city.

Eiffel Tower: This is the city’s eternal landmark.

Cité and St. Louis islands: See these two islands in the River Seine.

St. Chapelle: The Saint Chapelle rises above the rooflines of the royal palace on the Ile de la Cité.

Latin Quarter: The Latin Quarter is a popular meeting place for young people and its main attractions are the Pantheon, St-Etienne-du-Mont church, St-Severin church and La Sorbonne.

Academie Francaise: The Académie française is an organization which regulates the French language by determining standards of acceptable grammar and vocabulary.

Pont des Arts: This is a pedestrian bridge in Paris.

The Champs-Elysées: This is the most prestigious and broadest avenue in Paris.

Princess Di's Flame: The memorial is a bronze metal-shaped flame with marble/granite base situated at the tunnel where the princess died in a car crash.

The Arc de Triomphe: The monument is the most illustrious symbol of French national history.

Your guide will accompany you to the pier to board the boat for a cruise on the River Seine.

The Boat Cruise: Cruise on the River Seine through the heart of the illuminated ‘City of Light’. Sail past the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, Hotel de Ville and Musée D'Orsay just to name a few. (free wine is included on the boat cruise).

The tour ends at the point of departure.

About the Supplier:

For Fat Tire Tours the mission is as simple as getting on a bike! To provide safe, fun and unforgettable experiences that will create memories and smiles that last a lifetime. With over 11 years of experience offering bike, Segway, walking and skip-the-line tours, designed with the traveller in mind. And with their knowledgeable, funny guides, you can be assured of enjoying a tour that offers a lot, lot more.


  • Bike
  • Helmet (provided but optional)
  • Stop for world-famous ice cream (cost not included)
  • Ticket for Boat Cruise
  • Red Wine (or orange juice upon request)


  • Hotel pick up and drop off

Please note

Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their vouch

Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.

All participants over 12 years of age must be able to ride a bike.

All participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and carry proof of age documentation. 

Tandems must be reserved and are for children less than 70lbs/32kg

Trailers must be reserved and have a 2 child capacity with a combined

maximum weight limit of 88lbs/40kg. 

Babyseats must be reserved and have a maximum weight limit of


Customer Reviews

  • Annette Clynes

    A great night .. so much fun

    United Kingdom 08/25/2018
  • Michael hennessey

    Great.especially for first time visitors.

    Canada 05/16/2017
  • Karen PillingerBurns

    The Fat Tires Evening Bike Tour was the best activity we did in Paris. Our whole group of 13 had a fantastic time. We felt safe at all times and our guide, Sophie, was...

    Australia 04/19/2017

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