Essential Lyon - 1 hour Electric bikes

Next departure on 18/10/2021 at 14:00

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Electric bikes Presqu'ile Bellecour Vieux-Lyon
Tour proposed by ComhiC Lyon Segway Tour


Welcome to the ComhiC's office, in the heart of the Old Town. There, you can leave your personal belongings in a locker (bag, backpack, suitcase...). Discover the city center of Lyon, classified as a World Heritage Site, thanks to this one-hour electric bike tour and your guide.

Starting from Old Lyon, ride along the curves of the Saône river before crossing the city center by Bellecour Square. Then, follow the banks of the Rhône and enjoy the beautiful panoramic view. Let’s go back to the Peninsula to discover the great Terreaux Square.

To finish this discovery of Lyon's must-sees, your guide will show you the greatest wall painting in Lyon. A perfect introduction to the city of Lyon !

Worth knowing

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

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:

Reception conditions:

  • 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

Adapted service:

  • outdoor activity
  • individual vehicle
  • disinfection of equipment
  • small groups
  • physical distancing (related to the vehicle, of at least one metre)



Electric bicycle tour


Metro D > Vieux-Lyon

Meeting point

At the COM’HIC Store - 7 quai Romain Rolland - Lyon 5th

Adult €20.00

Lyon by bike

The city of Lyon favours alternative means of transport. The network of cycling tracks covers 725 km and grows by 30 km a year, in keeping with the "Alternative Means of Transport" development plan scheduled to run until 2020.