City Guide Paris 🇫🇷
Let’s go explore
The French capital is one of the most famous cities in the world! It’s an excellent city to explore from a Voi, as the city has miles and miles of winding bikes lanes and tons of cool and romantic places you just have to visit.
First time in Paris or living there for many years ? Paris has a lot to offer in terms of monuments, museums, fancy restaurants and cool places to enjoy your time in the City of Lights.
Do you want to explore Paris on a Voi? Find the best places to go in this city guide, download the Voi app and get scooting!
Hidden gems in the city
Paris is known for its beauty. And if you want to check out some hidden gems, Square Nadar, not far from Sacré-Coeur is the perfect spot to watch the sun set. It’s easy to find a place to enjoy the view of la Ville des Lumières (or the city of lights as Parisians would say), like the Terrass Hotel, Montmartre, Toit-Terrasse of the Printemps Haussmann or Invalides - the hard part is choosing among them.
Most common Voi trips in Paris
During weekends, Voi-riding Parisians love to hang out in Les Halles and Trocadero - homes of tons of great places, like the Pompidou center and Georges rooftop, and Carette - a classic tea room loved by many.
For tourists in Paris
Tourists love Champs Elysées’ endless opportunities for great meals and shopping; enjoying macarons at Ladurée like Queen B (know your pop-cultural references) and the luxurious stores at Avenue Montaigne. However, they also visit plenty of famous landmarks like the Louvre and Arc de Triomphe.
Voi friendly areas
Some places are better to ride Voi in than others. If you want to practice your Voi riding in a beautiful environment, head out along the Seine, between the Iéna Bridge & the Royal Bridge . This cool part of Paris has a lot of bike lanes. And when you need a break there are plenty of things to do. From going to museums to enjoying a day at the Champs de Mars.
Fun fact about Voi in Paris
Did you know that one of the most popular Voi trips in Paris goes from Arc de Triomphe to Place de la Concorde? And no wonder, these two cool landmarks - and the route in-between - is a must-see when in the French capital.
Ride like a local
Always ride in bike lanes, follow the local rules and regulations and wear a helmet.
If you want to learn how to ride Voi like a pro in Paris, try our digital traffic test and earn free rides here: