Hop on a scooter (manual scooters, not the motorized “italian” ones!) and ride along the banks of the Seine River, following your private, family-friendly guide. This fun-filled and safe means of transportation is a great way to discover some of the most iconic monuments of Paris and enjoy the life and animations of the pedestrian banks of the Seine River.
Once all geared up with the safety equipment (helmets, knee and elbow protections) and with your basic instruction in mind, it’s time to ride your scooters.
This 2-hour tour starts from of the Invalides, with its beautiful golden dome under which lies the tomb of Napoleon and ends at the Eiffel Tower. Along the way, you’ll get to see architectural wonders such as the beautiful Alexandre III bridge, the amazing glass dome of the Grand Palais, as well as many other noteworthy curiosities.
To keep your children highly engaged and entertained, they will each receive envelopes with game instructions and questions on what they see.
A great extension to this activity is our Going Up The Eiffel Tower experience, where your guide will take you all the way up the emblematic Iron Lady!
Warning: Please make sure you and your children know how to use a manual scooter, otherwise, it will not be possible to participate in this activity. Please also wear comfortable shoes!
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This tour is available in the following languages : English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Portuguese and Russian
Meeting Point: at a café near the northern entrance of the Invalides
Finish: Near the Eiffel Tower