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…
See Paris at your own pace with a 1, 2, or 3-day ticket for a hop-on hop-off open-top bus tour. You’ll learn about the city's sights with an audio…
Explore Paris at your own pace with a combined 2 or 3-day ticket to the open-top sightseeing bus and Seine River cruise boats. Get off both bus and…
Explore Paris at your own pace on a 2-day hop-on hop-off tour of the major attractions. Enjoy a 1-hour Seine River cruise and discover the Louvre…
Explore Paris at your own pace on a 1 or 2-day hop-on hop-off tour of the major attractions. Discover the Louvre, one of the largest museums in the…
This amazing hop-on, hop-off bus tour of Paris will allow you to explore the city's top attractions at your own pace. To see the city from a…
Make the most of your stay in Paris with this combo package. Enjoy a hop-on hop-off bus tour, a Seine River cruise and a panoramic night tour.
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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I was quite please with the flexibility of the schedule and appreciated the forth rightness of the agent forecasting a potential closure of Blue route due to protesters on Saturday. Though it didn’t happen an offer to add a day was very thoughtful and appreciated. I recommend taking 3 days for Hop on Hop off and adding the River Cruise prior to evening near the Eiffel Tower. You will be thankful as we were!
All good except that the boarding point in notre dam is not that clearly indicated.getyourguide should provide more pointers on each of the boarding points, I don't think the current content was sufficient to find the notre dam boarding point. Also buses timing are not that great due to a lot of construction activity happening in Paris ( I took the bus in the last week of may 2019)
We booked two days and the river trip option (deluxe). The first day was rainy, with busy streets and no live commentary, relying on headphones. The second was sunny, with an excellent guide (Phil) and truly worth every penny. The river trip as everything in Paris very crowded but Ok. Decent mass tourism.
It was an easy way to see the city when you don't have a lot of time. Drivers were friendly. Only wish the quality of the audio was a bit better, and that there were restrooms available at the ticket office.
Besides the difficulty in finding our first stop, which was near Notre Dame, and the fact that the windows were dirty, so not possible to take pictures through them, this was a good tour, worth the cost.