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Paris Promenade (referred to as Paris Promenade 1 from version 1.2.0 to 1.4.0) is a race course in Mario Kart Tour. It is named after and inspired by Paris, France, and makes it debut in the city's namesake tour, the Paris Tour. The course also appears as Paris Promenade R (reverse), Paris Promenade T (with ramps), and Paris Promenade R/T (reverse and with ramps). The course is a favorite of Peach (Vacation), Mario (Santa), Luigi (Classic), and Waluigi (Bus Driver).
The course begins at a road facing the Arc de Triomphe. One bypass road for the Arc appears on the left side, though the player can also use a shortcut inside the Arc by breaking through two Piranha Plant wooden cutouts. After a gradual left, the player encounters a Glide Ramp that sends them over the Jardins du Trocadéro and underneath the Eiffel Tower, where some Goombas reside. Afterwards, the player must make a sharp left, followed by another left next to a Big Piranha Plant and a bypass of the Luxor Obelisk leading to the finish line.
In the Paris Tour, Paris Promenade served as the tour's signature course. It appeared as the first course in the Peach Cup, the third course in the Donkey Kong Cup, the location of the bonus challenges in the Diddy Kong Cup, the Baby Rosalina Cup, and the Metal Mario Cup, and the location of the tour's Coin Rush. Its T variant appeared as the second course in the Yoshi Cup and the second course in the Bowser Cup, its R variant appeared as the third course in the Toad Cup and the second course in the Daisy Cup, and its R/T variant appeared as the second course in the Waluigi Cup and the third course in the Peachette Cup.
1st Anniversary Tour
In the 1st Anniversary Tour, Paris Promenade appeared as the second course in the Bowser Cup and the location of the bonus challenges in the Mario Cup and the Diddy Kong Cup. Its T variant appeared as the third course in the Lakitu Cup, its R/T variant appeared as the third course in the Larry Cup, and its R variant appeared as the third course in the Dry Bones Cup.
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