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Ride on retro scooter in Paris

Decorate your trip with romantic ride on a retro scooter. Relax and appreciate all the beauty of the city.

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Ride on retro scooter

#15 of 40 things to do in Paris
The idea to rent a retro scooter in Paris will not only add romance to your journey, like in famous movie "Amelie", but also greatly facilitate the viewing of the city's attractions.

A trip on the famous French Peugeot Django or on the favorite among locals Italian Vespa motor scooter will open the Paris, that only locals can see, because you can visit not only the most emblematic places of the city, but also ride near scenic surroundings.

How much?

the cost of renting a scooter for the day is €50, but during the time of rental on your credit card will be blocked €500-€1000.

Tips and hints

if you want to rent a retro scooter, you need to have a passport, credit card and depending on the power of the iron horse, driver's license.

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Guest20 July 2017

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