Cape on Confluence, guided tour - 2h Electric bikes

Next departure on 03/06/2023 at 09:30

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Electric bikes Confluence Vieux-Lyon
Tour proposed by Lyon Bike Tour

Visit the unusual and modern district of Confluence between 2 rivers

Seated on an electric bicycle (no need to be particularly fit) and following an enthusiastic guide, listen to the unusual facts and tales about the landmark monuments of Lyon, the capital of the Gauls!
From your starting point in the Renaissance district of Vieux-Lyon, set out on a discovery tour of Lyon!
Go along the Saone and Rhone river. You could also discover the atypical and modern district of Conluence enjoying a bucolic and pleasant setting until the Museum and garden of Confluence.
A 100% cycling tour!

Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 15 min. before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity
Lyon Bike Tour guides are easy to spot as they wear orange clothing
In the event of a delay of more than 15 minutes, your booking will be canceled and cannot be refunded.
Your practice of cycling in town must be suitable: no refund if we judge that your level is not can guarantee safety throughout the visit.
Choose a reusable water bottle in order to fight against the production of plastic bottles: no water point at the start of the visits, but several water points present during the visit .
Any injury or material damage is your responsibility and may incur repair costs on electric bikes.
A helmet and a basket to put a few light items are provided.
From 10 years old or 1.40 m with good cycling experience.




Electric bicycle tour


Metro D > Vieux-Lyon

Meeting point

Please be front of the 23 Quai Romain Rolland - Lyon 5th.
Our guide with an orange t-shirt or orange flag will waiting you on the esplanade next to the "Pub Danois".

Adult €30.00

Each to his own perception…

Designed by the Austrian agency Coop Himmelb(l)au, the Musée des Confluences building is suggestive of "the infinite diversity of knowledge"… But what does it suggest to you?