Top Night Tours of Paris

Paris Night Tour

Paris Tourist Attractions

The loveliness of Paris is magnified when the Parisian lights start decorating the streets. May be, that is the reason why Paris is known so much for the night tours – cruise tours, bike or vintage car tours, bus tours or simply walking tours. Different tours in Paris are very famous across the world.

Paris City Vision Night Tour

This is the most popular city bus tour in Paris which is nicely structured in their panoramic a/c glass topped buses.  All Paris City Vision tours are available with audio guides and these are in different languages – German, Italian, Portuguese, French, English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Korean. 23 Euros is the pricing for a standard night tour in Paris. It is offered from 8 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. every day.

Big Bus Paris Night Tours

These bus tours are pretty famous and are a good and cost effective way of seeing the most beautiful parts of Paris at night.  Most tours have a live guide. The live guide usually has audio guides in them in almost 11 languages. They also have free maps and reward vouchers that offers discounts on shops and restaurants. The buses are usually open-topped through which you can see panoramic views of Paris city.

25 euro per adult and 13 euro per child is the pricing for Paris night tours.

Paris Night Bike Tours

Many bike tour companies in Paris offer bike tours from the Dupleix metro station in Paris. It takes you to Notre Dame, The Islands and the Latin Quarter. It also takes you to the Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower which is followed by a one hour Boat Cruise with wine. You can get close to the monuments by travelling at night; you can park anywhere you want and minimize the traffic down time. The major trip highlights would be the sunset over Ponte des Arts, the biking through the backyard of Louvre and regular photo breaks. The guest must have good skill in riding bikes. The cost of helmet and insurance is included in the overall tour cost.

The total time of the tour is 4.5 hours and it usually starts at 6 p.m. The first three and a half hours is dedicated only for the bike tour and the last one hour is dedicated for the Seine river cruise.