Paris Promenade 2
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Paris Promenade 2 is a race course in Mario Kart Tour. It is named after and inspired by Paris, France and made its debut as the featured course of the Valentine's Tour. This is due to the city's reputation of being called "The City of Love". The course also appears as Paris Promenade 2R (reverse), Paris Promenade 2T (with ramps), and Paris Promenade 2R/T (reverse and with ramps). It is a favorite course of Baby Peach (Cherub).
In the standard layout, the racers start the course in a street facing the Luxor Obelisk instead of the Arc de Triomphe like in Paris Promenade 1. On Place de la Concorde, a street on the right leads to the Eiffel Tower. Players can see on the right the Pont d'Iéna and a bateau-mouche on the Seine. The street then turns left, and goes underneath the Eiffel Tower, where some Goombas reside. Players then have a view on Cathedral of Notre Dame in the background. Afterwards, racers must make a sharp left leading to a roundabout with a Big Piranha Plant in the center. After passing through a part of the Louvre, players have a view on Sacré-Cœur in the background, as well as Opéra Garnier and La Madeleine along the large left turn. Then, another left turn in front of the Église Saint-Augustin leads to the Arc de Triomphe, which racers get around to find the finish line.
Paris Promenade 2 was the signature course of the Valentine's Tour. It appeared as the first course of the Peach Cup and second course of the Dry Bones Cup, as well as the location of the Larry Cup, Toadette Cup, Waluigi Cup, and Pauline Cup bonus challenges. An R variant of this course appeared as the third course of the Rosalina Cup and first course of the Baby Rosalina Cup, its T variant appeared as the second course of the Daisy Cup and third course of the Luigi Cup, and its R/T variant appeared as the second course of the Bowser Cup and third course of the Pauline Cup.
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