Electric bikes Opéra Presqu'ile Bellecour Tête d'Or Park
Tour proposed by ComhiC Lyon Segway Tour
A typically "Lyonnais" tour
From the Vieux-Lyon (old town) to the park, let yourself be amazed by this traditional tour of Lyon. Your passionate guide will welcome you at the agency where you can leave your belongings (handbags, backpacks, suitcases...).
With your electric bike, go off to discover the Presqu’île (peninsula) and its beautiful Terreaux square. Carry on along the Opera House to go strolling near the Rhône river where you can enjoy beautiful landscapes. Then head to the Tête d'Or park and its 117 hectares of gardens, greenhouses, and shaded alleys. There, you will get to try a sweet treat from Lyon: the Praluline, a brioche filled with pralines. Coffees, teas, and hot chocolates will also be offered. Finish the tour by crossing the iconic Croix-Rousse hill by its animated tube reserved for eco-friendly modes of transport (pedestrians, bikes…). Then head back to the old town by riding along the second river, the Saône.
Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the tour commences. Booking is necessary Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity. Helmets and disposable hygiene caps supplied. Minimum height: 1.50 m. For your convenience, this tour is limited to 4 participants.
Health and safety commitments
In order to ensure the safety of our visitors, all tours provided by ComhiC have been adapted with routes that enable physical distancing and compliance with applicable health regulations:
customers are received outside the shop by members of staff wearing a protective mask
a mask must be worn (we can provide masks at cost price)
alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided
disinfection of equipment
small groups (8 people maximum)
physical distancing (related to the vehicle, of at least one metre)
gourmet tasting served in individual portions
Electric bicycle tour
Metro D > Vieux-Lyon
At the COM’HIC Store - 7 quai Romain Rolland - Lyon 5th
TÊTE D’OR PARK
This 117-hectare urban park, inaugurated in 1857, was designed to resemble an English garden. Its 16-hectare lake was created from an inlet of the Rhône and its zoological park and rose garden make it ideal for walks and strolls.