Enjoy the main sights of the French capital with this fantastic combined ticket: a hop on hop off open top bus and the famous Batobus glass-sided boats, all for a very good price!
Paris is certainly the most romantic and for many, the most beautiful city in the world. Steeped in history and packed full of world famous landmarks, this is by far the best way to see the capital. With this special combined ticket, enjoy great views from the open top deck hop on and off bus, as you please and see Paris in your own time, at your own pace. The ticket offers you the flexibility of L' Open Tour, valid on 4 different routes. The Paris Grand Tour takes you to the all the main sights, while the other 3 routes concentrate on particular areas (Montparnasse/St Germain tour, Montmartre/Grands Boulevards tour and Bastille/Bercy tour). In addition, you will be able to admire Paris using the Batobus service (no commentary), giving you the chance to move around on board the famous glass-sided boats, along the 8 stops on the Seine as you cruise through the French capital.
Transportation by coach, transportation by boat, commentary by headphones on L' Open Tour buses only.
Exchange your voucher for a ticket when boarding any L'Open Tour bus. You can also exchange your voucher at La Boutique L'Opentour de Paris, 13 rue Auber, 75009 or Cityrama, 2 rue des Pyramides, 75001. Once you exchange your voucher, the ticket is then valid for two days. Your Paris L'Open Tour Pass must be shown to the driver each time your board the tour. Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged. Please look after your free earphones, lost sets cannot be replaced. The Batobus service runs as follows: from 1st September 2008 till 11th November 2008, from 10:00 - 19:00. From 12th November 2008 till 18th December 2008, from 10:30 till 16:30. From 19th December 2008 till 4th January 2009, from 10:30 - 17:00. The Batobus runs every 15-30 minutes.
Main Departure Points
Auber, La Boutique (13, rue Auber) - Notre Dame - Eiffel Tower - Madeleine Square - Petit-Pont (Latin quarter) - Invalides Square - Montmartre (68, blvd Rochechouart, in front of Anvers Square) - Bastille - Marais (4, rue Rivoli) - George Pompidou centre.