Tour the enchanting city of Paris at your own pace, on an open-top double-decker sightseeing bus. You can hop-on and off as often as you like on 2…
Explore Paris at your own pace with a 2 to 5-day Passlib, and enjoy free travel on the public transport system with a Paris Visite Transport Pass.…
This hop-on hop-off bus tour of Paris includes more than 50 key points of interest all around the city. Your ticket also includes a 1-hour…
If you have only a free weekend for travel and your dream is to visit Paris, then this option is for you. Working with the best touristic companies…
Tour the enchanting city of Paris at your own pace on an open-top double-decker sightseeing bus. You can hop on and off as often as you like over two…
Travel from Paris to London by Eurostar for a perfect day trip to the land of Big Ben. Roundtrip transportation, a cruise on the River Thames, an…
Hop-on hop-off buses offer visitors to Paris a cheap and easy way to experience the city's spectacular sights at their own pace. Here are some highlights to help get your sightseeing itinerary started!
The square is home to the Bastille Opera – one of Paris' most striking modern buildings – and the July Column, which commemorates the July Revolution.
The Louvre, a fortress-turned-museum, is an essential visit for the architecture alone. When you don't have a bus to catch, come back to see icons like the Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa.
Alight at the George V stop to see Napoleon Bonaparte's famous arch and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, as well as the notorious cabaret venues Lido and Crazy Horse.
If you've already seen and done Paris' most famous monument, the Eiffel Tower, then consider checking out the nearby Musée du Quai Branly for a ravishing collection of tribal art and lush greenery.
There's nowhere better to enjoy the sunshine than the gorgeous Esplanade des Invalides or neighboring Rodin Garden. If it looks like rain, visit Napoleon's tomb at the Army Museum instead!
Hop-on hop-off bus tours of Paris are one of the cheapest methods of sightseeing across the city. Prices start at €30 and rarely go above €40 for a single day, with a short Seine cruise even added on!
Bus tour companies usually operate across various routes (or lines). These tend to serve a pragmatic purpose rather than a thematic one but are generally easy to navigate. Tour listings provide full details. If you don't think you can squeeze all your points of interest into a single day, multiple day tickets are usually available for just a few euros more.
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What people are saying about Paris
The bus ride was super with a very detailed audio, I had a problem getting a bus stop but as soon as i go the local partner on chat they quickly directed me to the next stop and I hoped in, also make sure when you alight you have your 1 hr cruise tickets, i did not pick mine but got them again through the help of the chat services, if you love the Paris night lights take a booking that later in the evening.
It is very convenient for moving and museums.We bought for three day free pass(metro,bus,RER 1-3zone) and 2 day for museums BUT the third day we had problem with our tickets,we can pass the control.someone from the subway helped us get a new ticket for unlimited routes.If we hadn't this problem, it would be nice.
The use we hopped on was full so we had the last seats on The rear in the upper deck; the seats were very uncomfortable. They gave out earphones but there was no where to plug them so we couldn’t hear the commentary. The traffic was awful so the ride was very long & uncomfortable.
It was raining when we were there so this really helped us see around Paris. We just had trouble finding the stops where we can hop on again but otherwise, it helped our trip easy and convenient.
Easy to find the bus stop. Close to the metro or RAR and of course to the most well known historical or tourist monuments. Informative guide in many languages.