Abdel Hafid was a great bus driver! The Hop on Hop off was very convenient and the live commentary was also informational and witty.
See more of Paris via an open-top, double-decker bus and put aside worries about navigating the streets or using public transportation. With two routes and 15 stops, this bus tour makes it easy to hop on and off near main Paris attractions, plus hear audio commentary on the city’s history, monuments, and museums. Plan your own itinerary with 1- or 2-day options and move at the pace you set.
Exchange your voucher at any Big Bus stops in Paris before you board. Hop on either of the two routes, Classical Route or Montmarte Route, and start exploring the city.
The bus has audio commentary to keep you informed as you ride, and each stop is announced so there’s never any confusion. Depending on the route and season, buses run every five to 45 minutes.
Top attractions on the Classical Route include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre-Pyramide, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Champs-Elysées, and Trocadéro. On the Montmarte Route, see the Moulin Rouge, Sacré Coeur, Gare du Nord, and Musée Grevin. Where you go and get off is up to you.
Your 1- or 2-day ticket can be upgraded to include a Seine River cruise for an even more stress-free trip.
My wife and I had two days in Paris, and we booked the two day Paris Big Bus tour. I think this was a great way to see the city, as we didn't have to worry about directions or taking taxis/Uber. We did not have...More
This was our first time in Paris and only had 3 days to see as much as we could so we got the 2 day deluxe package which also included a river cruise tour. Once in the bus we went to the upper deck were...More
Yes, it's touristy. You are a TOURIST. I had low expectations because of other reviews, but my friend had never been to Paris and we thought this would be a great, quick way to get an overview of the city. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Great...More
We didn’t want to waste time so we asked the people from the ticket office to give us the best guide they had - they said that Daniel was their main attraction, but he was on his lunch break. We decided to wait, because we...More