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Paris on Two Wheels: Our Tips for Navigating the City of Light by Bicycle

by Anna Brones
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Anna Brones

Anna Brones is a writer and the author of The Culinary Cyclist: A Cookbook and Companion for the Good Life. She is the founder of Foodie Underground, where she believes in a holistic approach to eating and drinking that's all about good food, from good places, with good people. She likes strong coffee, bike rides and market adventures. View Anna Brones's Website

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5 comments on “Paris on Two Wheels: Our Tips for Navigating the City of Light by Bicycle

Great post. Toward the end you say to ‘know the traffic rules’. Can you expand on what those are for those of us unfamiliar with Paris? Thanks

Just returned from Paris. I was told that if there is an accident involving a bike and a car that the driver of the car is automatically at fault. Paris was swell. I’m having a letdown now since I can’t seem to find ( and most likely will never) any restaurants locally that can measure up to the sidewalk cafes I ate in last week. I ran in Parc Montsouris which was near our hotel. I would go back in a heartbeat. and I think that’s what paris is all about.

Love this post. So fun to read about two of my favorite things. Hoping people are encouraged by this article, as Paris is a great place to cycle.


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