So many of our tour customers have asked us if they could also rent a bike to explore Paris on their own and now, finally, the answer is : Yes, You Can ! You can now rent some bikes at Parking Foch, 8 Avenue Foch (which is also the starting point of our bike tours). You can go out and discover Paris at your own pace, focusing on several districts or just ride along the Seine. Our comfortable Dutch city bikes or electric bikes will assure you a pleasant ride. You can even rent electric cargobikes!
The address: Parking Foch, opposite 8 Avenue Foch, 75116 Paris, (near to the Arc de Triomphe).
The meeting point is on the 2nd underground level (go down into the car park and you will see us on your right). If you are arriving by Metro, get off at "Charles de Gaulle Etoile" and follow exit 8. At exit 8, turn right along the bowling center and enter the car park. Go down one level and follow the Holland Bikes signs.
For bookings, call us on +33 (0) 1 44 08 05 28 (English spoken) or book on-line.
The meeting point is open 24/7, and our customer service is available from 9am to 6pm (low season November - March) and until 8pm in high season March - October).
Please note that for bike rental you need a credit card (Visa or Mastercard).
|Year agency created||2004|
|Clients||Leisure groups, Target individuals, Business groups|
- With a tour leader
Type of visit
- Museums, monuments
- Themed itineraries
Theme of visit
- Exclusive visit
Mode of transport
Prices and times
Visiting times: Highlights tour from Tuesday to Sunday at 10.15am and 1.15pm (duration 3 hours) Secrets tour from Tuesday to Sunday at 3pm (duration 3 hours) Night tour from Tuesday to Sunday at 8.30pm (duration 3 hours) Payment by cash also accepted.
Methods of payment
- Chèque Vacances
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Holland Bikes Tours and Rentals
8 avenue Foch
Subway - Charles de Gaulle - Étoile
Parking Foch level -2 ; email@example.com ; tel: +33 (0) 1 44 08 05 28
Sustainable development approach
At Holland Bikes, we think it's time to be committed citizens and prioritize eco-friendly actions. Taking care of the environment is everybody's responsibility and everyone can contribute in some way, by using a bike instead of a car for example. Using a bike is part of a united and worthwhile approach. Opting for a guided bike tour, which doesn't pollute the atmosphere, rather than a city bus or taxi tour gives the bike back its acclaim, combining freedom to travel with simplicity and ecological considerations.