Lyon Express - Guided tour on an electric bicycle - 1h Electric bikes

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Departure time

14h

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Electric bikes Presqu'ile Bellecour Unusual
Tour proposed by Mobilboard Lyon Segway Tour

See Lyon in a different light and marvel at its treasures

Lyon's beauty is not only to be found in its astonishing panoramic urban views, its atmosphere, and the welcome afforded by its inhabitants. You'll need to slowly cycle along the berges (riverbanks) to get a sense of Lyon's quintessential qualities and unique savoir-vivre. From the vantage point of your electric bicycle, you'll get to admire the Opera house and its dome by Jean Nouvel, and listen to the advice and interesting anecdotes distilled by your guide: we guarantee you'll enjoy the conviviality of the experience!

Sail through the Presqu'ile and discover the beauty of its monuments, such as the recently renovated Hôtel-Dieu, Place des Terreaux and the incredibly detailed façade of the Hôtel de Ville and Bartholdi fountain – you may even see some steam coming out of the horses' nostrils!

To really make the most of Lyon, don't forget to see Lyon's UNESCO-listed Renaissance district. Behind the former Palais de Justice, also known as the "24 columns", you'll see the gothic lines of Saint Jean's cathedral, which actually goes by the name of Saint-Jean-Baptiste-et-Saint-Étienne, a fact often forgotten by most locals. Here, History has been preserved within an ensemble that is unique in Europe.


Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity
For children aged 12 or over, or measuring at least 5 foot (1.5 m)
Helmet are supplied (and compulsory)

Duration

1h00

Kind

Electric bicycle tour

Access

Metro A or D > Bellecour

Meeting point

At the Mobilboard store - 29 quai Gailleton - Lyon 2nd

Prices
Adult €25.00

 Bartholdi Fountain

The famous fountain in Place des Terreaux was created in 1888 for… Bordeaux! Initially it depicted the Garonne and its 4 tributaries. But as the town did not pursue the project, it was bought by Lyon in 1890!