Paris Hop On Hop Off

Explore the city of love on double-decker open-top Hop On Hop Off buses. Paris exudes strong cultural ambience which is showcased in every nook and corner of the city. Visit the world-famous iconic architectural masterpiece Eiffel Tower. Famous among art lovers, tourists can hop off at the Louvre Museum with its signature glass pyramid entrance. The museum showcases a wide variety of famous artworks like “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci, “Dying Slave” by Michelangelo and many others. Our tour route covers other important landmarks like the Notre-Dame Cathedral which is a supreme example of Gothic architecture, the Arc de Triomphe, the Musee d’Orsay, the grand Palais Garnier Opera House and many such attractions famous among tourists. You can combine your trip with a Paris Night Bus Tour, Christmas Light Tour and Seine River Cruise to get an ultimate experience full of lights, romance and freshness. Roam around the bustling Boulevards to explore legendary cafés and boutiques of this place. 
 

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Hop-On Hop-Off Paris Bus Tour

A hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour is not simply about hopping on or hopping off at specific stops but much more. With our Paris hop-on hop-off bus tours, you not only leap on, and leap off the bus at will but also customize your tour. If you want you can stay aboard throughout the trip and lap up the attractions at leisure or jump off at places you wish to explore fully.


If you’ve planned a 48-hour itinerary in the French capital, then a Paris open-top bus tour is perfect for you. On the first day, our Paris bus tour will take you through the iconic attractions and landmarks including Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, and much more. Day 2 will be spent seeing around the cultural and historical hotspots of the city such as the Louvre, Pompidou Center, Notre Dame, and Grand Palais.


In the evenings, you can make the most of your leisure time by exploring the gastronomic culture of the city. Wine and dine in any of the 70+ Michelin-star restaurants, and soak yourself in the Parisian nightlife. The Paris open-top bus tour lets you access the chief attractions of the city from a vantage point.   


Places/Attractions to Explore with Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris

1. Palace of Versailles

Opting for our open-top Paris bus tour package ensures that you don’t have to stand in a serpentine queue for entering the Palace of Versailles. The most illustrious of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Paris and France, the Palace of Versailles was the erstwhile royal residence of several Louis Kings. The Palace of Versailles was the French capital and the seat of government for a brief period under Louis XIV.


An estimated 15 million people visit the palace premises, parks, and gardens of the citadel every year.    


2. Louvre Museum

Musėe du Louvre universally known as ‘The Louvre’ continues to be the most visited art museum worldwide with nearly 2.8 million footfalls in 2021. The attendance would’ve been much more had the COVID-19 pandemic not struck in 2020. Along with the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre is one of the most iconic signposts of Paris.


The museum opened to the public in 1793 and is part of the Louvre Palace, and houses about 35,000 artworks and 380,000 artifacts. On a typical day, about 38,000 objects d' art from the prehistoric to the modern age are on display over a 72,735 sq. meters area.      


3. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower is by far the most celebrated and ubiquitous landmark of Paris. Through our Paris bus tour’ stops at Eiffel Tower are scheduled at different times of the day, so it’s best to visit early morning to avoid the crowds. You’ll be greeted by a charismatic host who’ll take you on a guided tour of the landmark’s first and second floors.


You’ll be simply spellbound by the impressive 360° views of the cityscape and the majestic and the radiant Seine flowing away. 


4. Seine River Cruise

Opt for a hop-on hop-off Paris bus and boat tour for enjoying a stunning cruise along the serene Seine River. A river cruise is the best way to explore the scenic banks that have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can choose from a 1-hour, 2-hour, or 3-hour cruise that’ll be included in your Paris hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket.


The Seine River Cruise will let you soak in the vistas on both banks of the river and enjoy glimpses of Parisian landmarks.


5. Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge which was inaugurated in 1889 to commemorate the end of the civil war continues to embody Parisian nightlife. A cabaret located at Place Blanche at the crossroads and boundary of Rue Blanche, Moulin Rouge is where the modern form of the can-can dance originated. In case you miss the neon sign, you can easily identify the nightlife staple by its psychedelic lights, the gaudy costumes of the performers, and high-decibel music. 


6. Arc De Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe, one of the largest celebratory arches worldwide was constructed under the supervision of Napoleon to memorialize the Grand Army’s achievements during the Napoleonic wars and the French Revolution. The grand arch is replete with relief sculptures portraying the sacrifices of the youth in the French Revolution.


The porch atop the Arc de Triomphe gives you a panoramic bird’s eye view of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Champs-Elysees, and many other structures.


7. Notre Dame Cathedral

One of the most legendary landmarks of Paris the Notre Dame Cathedral is an architectural marvel situated on the Seine River. The Notre Dame is a Catholic cathedral dedicated to the Virgin Mary, whose construction started in 1163 but took more than 150 years to complete! One of the best specimens of French Gothic architecture, Notre Dame has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 


The Notre Dame Cathedral witnesses about 12 million footfalls every year which makes the church the most visited shrine in Paris.


8. Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is not only the biggest but also the busiest of all theme parks in Europe, attracting around 18 million visitors annually. Modelled on the original Disneyland based in Florida, US, Disneyland Paris boasts stunning pageants and shows, ultramodern movie settings, and countless other attractions. There are essentially two thematic parks in Disneyland Paris-the Walt Disney Park and the Disneyland Park.


The theme parks in Disneyland Paris offer innumerable attractions that appeal both to kids and adults.


Why Should You Take Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris?

  • View tourist hotspots with a single hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour ticket
  • Enjoy panoramic views from an open-top double-decker bus 
  • Listen to audio commentary in 14 different languages as you glimpse the major attractions
  • Jump-on jump-off as many times you like from any of the stops
  • Get direct access to the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, and other hotspots with your ticket
  • Free onboard Wi-Fi
  • Seine River cruise (if opted for) early in the morning
  • Tour as many times as you want during the first or second day
  • Avail of discounts for online reservation


Tips & Suggestions to Make Your Paris Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour Amazing

It can be quite challenging to sightsee in Paris and explore the attractions especially when you’ve limited time in hand. Take advantage of the following to get the most out of your hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour:-

  • Time your visit (there are some exclusive benefits you enjoy based on whether you’re visiting in summer or winter)
  • Book your bus tour ticket well in advance 
  • Consider the duration of the trip (you can choose from 1-day or 2-day tours)
  • Decide beforehand the attractions you wish to cover (you can view only a limited number of tourist sites on a short trip)


Best Time to Take Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris

Paris is most crowded from May through September, with tourist visits reaching a peak in July and August. So if you want to avoid the throng, time your Paris hop on hop off bus tour between October and April.

Paris Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour

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Hop-On Hop-Off Paris Bus Tour

A hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour is not simply about hopping on or hopping off at specific stops but much more. With our Paris hop-on hop-off bus tours, you not only leap on, and leap off the bus at will but also customize your tour. If you want you can stay aboard throughout the trip and lap up the attractions at leisure or jump off at places you wish to explore fully.


If you’ve planned a 48-hour itinerary in the French capital, then a Paris open-top bus tour is perfect for you. On the first day, our Paris bus tour will take you through the iconic attractions and landmarks including Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, and much more. Day 2 will be spent seeing around the cultural and historical hotspots of the city such as the Louvre, Pompidou Center, Notre Dame, and Grand Palais.


In the evenings, you can make the most of your leisure time by exploring the gastronomic culture of the city. Wine and dine in any of the 70+ Michelin-star restaurants, and soak yourself in the Parisian nightlife. The Paris open-top bus tour lets you access the chief attractions of the city from a vantage point.   


Places/Attractions to Explore with Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris

1. Palace of Versailles

Opting for our open-top Paris bus tour package ensures that you don’t have to stand in a serpentine queue for entering the Palace of Versailles. The most illustrious of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Paris and France, the Palace of Versailles was the erstwhile royal residence of several Louis Kings. The Palace of Versailles was the French capital and the seat of government for a brief period under Louis XIV.


An estimated 15 million people visit the palace premises, parks, and gardens of the citadel every year.    


2. Louvre Museum

Musėe du Louvre universally known as ‘The Louvre’ continues to be the most visited art museum worldwide with nearly 2.8 million footfalls in 2021. The attendance would’ve been much more had the COVID-19 pandemic not struck in 2020. Along with the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre is one of the most iconic signposts of Paris.


The museum opened to the public in 1793 and is part of the Louvre Palace, and houses about 35,000 artworks and 380,000 artifacts. On a typical day, about 38,000 objects d' art from the prehistoric to the modern age are on display over a 72,735 sq. meters area.      


3. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower is by far the most celebrated and ubiquitous landmark of Paris. Through our Paris bus tour’ stops at Eiffel Tower are scheduled at different times of the day, so it’s best to visit early morning to avoid the crowds. You’ll be greeted by a charismatic host who’ll take you on a guided tour of the landmark’s first and second floors.


You’ll be simply spellbound by the impressive 360° views of the cityscape and the majestic and the radiant Seine flowing away. 


4. Seine River Cruise

Opt for a hop-on hop-off Paris bus and boat tour for enjoying a stunning cruise along the serene Seine River. A river cruise is the best way to explore the scenic banks that have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can choose from a 1-hour, 2-hour, or 3-hour cruise that’ll be included in your Paris hop-on hop-off bus tour ticket.


The Seine River Cruise will let you soak in the vistas on both banks of the river and enjoy glimpses of Parisian landmarks.


5. Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge which was inaugurated in 1889 to commemorate the end of the civil war continues to embody Parisian nightlife. A cabaret located at Place Blanche at the crossroads and boundary of Rue Blanche, Moulin Rouge is where the modern form of the can-can dance originated. In case you miss the neon sign, you can easily identify the nightlife staple by its psychedelic lights, the gaudy costumes of the performers, and high-decibel music. 


6. Arc De Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe, one of the largest celebratory arches worldwide was constructed under the supervision of Napoleon to memorialize the Grand Army’s achievements during the Napoleonic wars and the French Revolution. The grand arch is replete with relief sculptures portraying the sacrifices of the youth in the French Revolution.


The porch atop the Arc de Triomphe gives you a panoramic bird’s eye view of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Champs-Elysees, and many other structures.


7. Notre Dame Cathedral

One of the most legendary landmarks of Paris the Notre Dame Cathedral is an architectural marvel situated on the Seine River. The Notre Dame is a Catholic cathedral dedicated to the Virgin Mary, whose construction started in 1163 but took more than 150 years to complete! One of the best specimens of French Gothic architecture, Notre Dame has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 


The Notre Dame Cathedral witnesses about 12 million footfalls every year which makes the church the most visited shrine in Paris.


8. Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is not only the biggest but also the busiest of all theme parks in Europe, attracting around 18 million visitors annually. Modelled on the original Disneyland based in Florida, US, Disneyland Paris boasts stunning pageants and shows, ultramodern movie settings, and countless other attractions. There are essentially two thematic parks in Disneyland Paris-the Walt Disney Park and the Disneyland Park.


The theme parks in Disneyland Paris offer innumerable attractions that appeal both to kids and adults.


Why Should You Take Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris?

  • View tourist hotspots with a single hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour ticket
  • Enjoy panoramic views from an open-top double-decker bus 
  • Listen to audio commentary in 14 different languages as you glimpse the major attractions
  • Jump-on jump-off as many times you like from any of the stops
  • Get direct access to the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Palace of Versailles, and other hotspots with your ticket
  • Free onboard Wi-Fi
  • Seine River cruise (if opted for) early in the morning
  • Tour as many times as you want during the first or second day
  • Avail of discounts for online reservation


Tips & Suggestions to Make Your Paris Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour Amazing

It can be quite challenging to sightsee in Paris and explore the attractions especially when you’ve limited time in hand. Take advantage of the following to get the most out of your hop-on hop-off Paris bus tour:-

  • Time your visit (there are some exclusive benefits you enjoy based on whether you’re visiting in summer or winter)
  • Book your bus tour ticket well in advance 
  • Consider the duration of the trip (you can choose from 1-day or 2-day tours)
  • Decide beforehand the attractions you wish to cover (you can view only a limited number of tourist sites on a short trip)


Best Time to Take Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour in Paris

Paris is most crowded from May through September, with tourist visits reaching a peak in July and August. So if you want to avoid the throng, time your Paris hop on hop off bus tour between October and April.

Paris Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour

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