The glamorous and fascinating city of Paris is filled with places to visit, and the combination of a bus, boat, and on-foot tour is the ideal way to make the most out of a visit to Paris. The bus tours itself cover different areas of Paris over 2 days, giving you ample time to truly get a taste of the local culture and cuisine.
The bus tour is two hours and twenty minutes long, and you will be given free Wi-Fi and ponchos to protect yourself from any rain. The tour covers ten of the most famous spots in the whole city as you listen to the running commentary that explains the cultural significance of each site. The best way to fully explore the city, however, is by getting off and going to certain places on foot. The tour starts at the Eiffel Tower, which is the most iconic monument in all of France and a universal symbol of love. From here, you can catch any bus and get off at any stop, at any time.
From the base of the Eiffel Tower, the bus goes through places like the Champ de Mars and the glorious Opera Garnier, some of the most popular buildings in Paris. It then turns towards the Musee du Louvre, where Mona Lisa the most popular portrait in the world is kept. Walking into this museum is nothing short of a trip into eras long past, with priceless artefacts, paintings, and sculptures lining the walls. In fact, you could spend an entire afternoon at the Louvre before getting back on a bus and continuing with the tour.
The buses pass through the Notre Dame Cathedral, which is widely acknowledged as the best example of the French Gothic architecture. The final stops include Champs-Elysees, which is home to many cafes, theatres, and buildings such as the Grand Palais. The journey concludes at the Trocadero, where you can soak in the best sights of the Eiffel tower and Paris at night.
With the deluxe ticket, you get the option to get on a river cruise on the River Seine. The ride is an hour long and you can see all of the beautiful sites of Paris from a different perspective. There is much to see and do in Paris, and this tour gives you the freedom to explore and bask in the rich culture of Paris.
Know Before You Go
Classic Route - Red The schedule for the tour is as follows: Tour Eiffel (First Pick Up: 9:30. Last Full Round Tour: 17:41. Last Pick Up: 19:56) - Champ de Mars ((First Pick Up: 9:37. Last Full Round Tour: 17:48. Last Pick Up: 20:03) - Opera Garnier (First Pick Up: 9:35. Last Full Round Tour: 18:22. Last Pick Up: 20:37) - Louvre Pyramide Stop 4 (First Pick Up: 9:15. Last Full Round Tour: 18:33. Last Pick Up: Terminus) - Louvre Pont des Arts (First Pick Up: 9:36. Last Full Round Tour: 16:30. Last Pick Up: 18:45)
The tour duration is approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes. The frequency is about 5 to 15 minutes. Buses run from 8:50 to 20:00 and the tour ends at the stop 4 terminus. All buses terminate at stop 4 terminus (Louvre Pyramide). Pre-recorded commentary Montmartre Blue Route The schedule for this route is as follows: Louvre Pyramide (First Bus: 10:00. Last Bus: 17:30)- Pigalle - Sacré-Coeur - Musée Grévin - Gare du Nord (First Bus: 9:30. Last Bus: 19:05) The tour duration is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The frequency is about 30 minutes. Pre-recorded commentary River Cruise The Bateaux Parisiens Cruise has a duration of approx. 1 hour. From April to September, the first cruise is scheduled at 10:00. The last cruise for the day is scheduled at 22:30. The frequency is about 30 minutes. From October to March, the first cruise is scheduled at 10:30. The last cruise for the day is scheduled at 21:20. The frequency is about 60 minutes.
The tour is wheelchair accessible.
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