Take a Paris Public Bus and See The Sites


Taking an ordinary city bus through Paris can be just as good as getting on a big red tour bus. You see, many of the Paris public buses journey past some of the city’s top attractions. Here are some buses and routes you can take:

Bus 42: Starting at the Eiffel Tower, the journey sweeps you beside the eternal flame on Pont de l’Alma, treats you to luxurious shopping along Avenue Montaigne, guides you down the legendary Champs Elysées, and takes you by iconic sites like Place de la Concorde, Madeleine, and Opera Garnier. Finally, it brings you to the bustling Gare du Nord, the arrival point for the Eurostar.

Bus 67: This path guides you from Pigalle to Parc Montsouris, leading you by the Bibliothèque Nationale, the Comédie Française, the Louvre, Hôtel de Ville, Ile Saint-Louis, Institut du Monde Arabe, the Grand Mosque of Paris, and Moulin des Prés along the way.

Bus 69: Takes you through the heart of Paris, passing iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Musée d’Orsay, and Louvre, then cruising by Hôtel de Ville, Bastille, and even reaching the renowned Père Lachaise cemetery.

Bus 89: Admire Jardin du Luxembourg, Panthéon, and Arènes de Lutèce. Pass Jardin des Plantes, reach Gare d’Austerlitz, and then explore the 13th Arrondissement, ending at Bibliothèque François Mitterand.

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