Paris Retro Tour

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Paris Retro Tour highlights

  • Explore the streets of Paris in a retro way on a three wheeler motorcycle with a sidekick

  • Discover the beautiful narrow alleyways & boulevards with lesser-known history

  • Pass by famous tourist attractions like Eiffel Tower, Champs de Mars, Les Invalides, Arc De Triomphe, Concorde & Champs Elysées

  • Be accompanied by a professional English-speaking guide or driver to make this trip even smoother

  • Enjoy the exciting retro style ride with safety of quality & well-maintained helmets


Place de la Concorde
75008 Paris, France

Paris Retro Tour cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 30 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 1 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 136.25
INR 137.5

Paris Retro Tour overview

Activity Duration: 40 minutes

Paris Retro Tour Timings: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Meeting Point: Place de la Concorde

About the Paris Retro Tour:

Explore the beautiful city of Paris at your own pace with a 40-minute expedition on a vintage motorbike sidecar. Hop on the bike and stroll through the streets with an experienced guide cum driver. See some of the prominent landmarks such as Avenue Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, Champs de Mars, Les Invalides, and more while roaming around the city. Listen to the interesting narrations from the guide and gain some insights into the historical significance of these prominent landmarks. Book Paris Retro Tour, stroll through the city’s streets and hear fascinating anecdotes about this amazing city. 

About the Tour:

  • Enjoy an exciting Paris Retro Tour with a knowledgeable guide or driver and get fascinating insights and information throughout your journey.
  • Get on a motorbike sidecar and explore the beautiful Paris city in a unique and vintage way with your folks.
  • Begin your adventure from the iconic Place de la Concorde, one of the most renowned public squares in Paris, and admire the magnificent fountains.
  • Head towards the Champs Elysées, the city's cultural hub, and explore various places including theaters, exhibitions, cinemas & more.
  • See one of the most popular landmarks in Paris, the Arc De Triomphe, and learn more about this iconic symbol of French national identity.
  • Take in the breathtaking beauty of the Eiffel Tower and capture unforgettable memories with your companions.
  • Stroll through the enormous space of Champs de Mars and admire its tranquil allure & lush greenery.
  • Visit Les Invalides, a sprawling complex of buildings and courtyards dedicated to military history, and end your fantastic trip here.
  • Book Paris Retro Tour and explore the city’s prominent landmarks on a vintage motorbike.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: The meeting point is 2.7 km away from the Paris city center. You can reach the location in 7 minutes by car.
  • By Metro: The meeting point is 550 m away from the Madeleine Station. You can reach the location from the station in a 7-minute walk.

Paris Retro Tour faqs

What is Paris Retro Tour?

The magnificence of Paris is best explored with the Retro Bike Tour Paris, which takes you through the city’s landmarks on a vintage motorcycle. Ride a pillion or sit in a comfortable sidecar as a professional rider-cum-guide takes you across the unknown treasures and hidden charms of the City of Lights.

How long do the tours last?

Each Retro Bike Tour Paris lasts for varying periods based on the attractions covered by its itinerary. While the Retro Classic tour lasts for 40 minutes, the Great Escape and Retro By Night packages last one-and-a-half hours. As for the customisable packages, the Tailor Cut Half Day tour is for three-and-a-half hours, and the Tailor Cut Full Day tour has seven hours.

What types of tours are available with the Paris Retro Tour?

Retro Motorcycle Tour Paris comes in various packages that have been carefully curated to cater to the needs and preferences of every visitor to the city. Choose from the exhaustive itineraries of the Retro Classic, Great Escape and Retro By Night packages, or customise your tour with the Tailor Cut Half Day and Tailor Cut Full Day tour options.

Is it necessary to have previous experience riding a motorcycle to take a tour with Paris Retro Tour?

No, it is not necessary to have previous experience riding a motorcycle to embark on the Retro Motorcycle Tour Paris. You are provided with sturdy helmets for the tour, and the driver-cum-guides who accompany you on the adventure have professional training to ensure you have a comfortable and safe ride on the vintage bikes.

What should I wear on a tour with the Paris Retro Tour?

Dressing up for your Retro Bike Tour Paris depends on the weather conditions in the city during your visit. In summer wear light clothing and carry your sunglasses, while in winter wrap yourselves up in warm clothing. Extra clothing like jackets, blankets, waterproof ponchos and gloves for the rain are provided on the tour.

What are the things to do in Paris at night?

  • Admire the illuminated Eiffel Tower: The icon of the city looks magnificent when it lights up at night. The light show lasts five minutes every hour up to 1 AM.
  • Stroll on the Pont Alexandre III: Embark on a memorable evening stroll across the Seine and admire the Parisian skyline as you head to this beautiful bridge with your special someone.
  • Dine at a Michelin-star restaurant: As the home to more than a hundred Michelin-star restaurants, Paris offers a gastronomic experience like no other with its delectable cuisine and star chefs.
  • Embark on a Seine cruise: An unmissable experience, the Seine Cruise takes you through the city while you enjoy a romantic dinner and admire Paris’ most stunning attractions as they light up at night.
  • Attend an opera performance: Try a quintessential Paris experience at Palais Garnier, which is the world’s best-known opera house and presents stunning ballet and opera productions every night.
  • Go for a wine-tasting tour: These tours are a must-try for wine enthusiasts. Explore the diverse world of French wines and learn how to identify them from an expert guide.
  • Try Parisian-style clubbing: Go for a pub crawl at the Latin Quarter or head to the city’s most iconic nightclubs for a fun night full of live music, dance and delicious food.
  • Watch the Versailles Fountain Show: The gardens of the majestic palace host a stunning light-and-sound show at its ornate fountains, which is capped off with a grand fireworks display over the Grand Canal.
  • Take a Ghost Walking Tour: A unique activity best suited for adventurers, ghost walking tours take you through the hidden spooky corners of the city with a knowledgeable guide.
  • Visit Moulin Rouge: A cabaret performance at this iconic Paris attraction is a must-attend. Buy tickets in advance to witness an unforgettable performance as you enjoy a delicious meal and sip champagne.

What are some of the attractions you can see on the Paris Retro Tour?

  • Place de la Concorde: The starting point of Retro Bike Tour Paris, this iconic square is the largest in the city and is renowned for its Egyptian obelisk and stunning fountains.
  • Champs Elysees: One of the world’s renowned commercial streets, this Retro Motorcycle Tour Paris destination is Paris’ most beautiful avenue and a must-visit for all tourists.
  • Arc de Triomphe: Constructed in the memory of soldiers who lost their lives in the numerous French wars, this stunning arch-shaped masterpiece also offers panoramic views of the city from its terrace.
  • Eiffel Tower: The famed symbol of Paris, Eiffel Tower is a favourite stop on the Retro Bike Tour Paris. You can also climb atop the technological wonder and admire the city from a never-seen-before perspective.
  • Champ de Mars: A calm escape nestled in the heart of Paris, the Champ de Mars is located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower and is among the most well-known public spaces in the city.
  • Montmartre: This bohemian village is a fun stop on the Retro Motorcycle Tour Paris, and offers an artistic vibe with its village atmosphere, cobblestone streets, cosy cafes, and beautiful street art.
  • Notre Dame: As the most-visited landmark of Paris, the stunning Cathedral of Notre Dame is a prominent stop on the Retro Bike Tour Paris and is known for its ornate Gothic architecture.
  • La Conciergerie: A hidden gem of Paris explored with the Retro Bike Tours, the Conciergerie was where prisoners of the French Revolution, including Mary Antoinette, spent their final days before execution.
  • Sainte Chapelle: Known as one of Christianity’s most outstanding Gothic masterpieces, the Sainte Chapelle has a stunning collection of stained glass and has beautifully adorned interiors. The chapel also hosts unforgettable choir performances at night.
  • Sacre Coeur: A Parisian icon, the Basilica of Sacre Coeur stands atop the hill of Montmartre and is best known for its magnificent architecture and bewitching surroundings.

What are some of the interesting facts about Paris?

  • Known as the City of Lights: Paris holds the unique distinction as it was the world’s first city to get streetlights, as well as for its well-illuminated landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre.
  • Has 5 Statues of Liberty: As the nation that gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA, France’s beloved Paris has five replicas of the statue spread throughout the city.
  • Eiffel Tower is not the top visited attraction: The iconic Cathedral of Notre Dame has the honour of being the French city’s most popular attraction among tourists and locals alike.
  • Origin of the Bloody Mary: A classic cocktail that combines vodka with tomato juice and Worcester sauce, the Bloody Mary was a 1920s Paris invention done at a local bar.
  • More dogs than children: With 17 dogs per 100 humans, Paris officially has less density of children as compared to our furry friends, who are welcomed at restaurants and cafes throughout the city.
  • A massive underground cemetery: The Paris Catacombs, one of the city’s spookiest and most visited ancient attractions, stretch for miles beneath the city. Much of the cemetery is inaccessible to tourists.
  • Has free sparkling water in water fountains: To promote healthy living among Parisians, the government offers free still and sparkling water in the numerous water fountains across the city.
  • Home to the world’s biggest art museum: With the iconic Mona Lisa in its collection, the Louvre has so many artworks that one would need eight complete months to explore them all.
  • All distances are calculated from Notre Dame: The magnificent cathedral is considered the Point Zero of Paris, the centre of the city from where all roads begin.
  • Law for the perfect baguette: An official Parisian baguette is required to live up to the standards set by a local law that is followed by all bakeries in the city.


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