You can find on this page the map of Paris monuments, the map of Paris tourist buses and the map of Paris river bus Batobus. Paris is the capital of France and the most visited city in the world with 28 million tourists per year including 17 million foreigners. Thanks to its numerous monuments, museums, sightseeings, landmarks and attractions, Paris was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Paris, capital of France, is the most touristic city in Europe. Every year it attracts millions of visitors from all over the world. The site offers you maps of the monuments of Paris to guide you efficiently through the city. Tourists can also enjoy Paris thanks to tourist bus lines designed especially for them. The Opentour or Big Bus line vehicles allow you to visit the capital in an original way.
In Paris you can visit:
The Paris monuments map gives useful addresses but also information on the most famous monuments such as the Eiffel Tower which is located northwest of the Champ-de-Mars. The Arc de Triomphe, located at the top of the Avenue des Champs-Élysées and northwest of the Place de la Concorde is also a monument not to be missed.
The Sacré-Cœur, at the top of Montmartre, as well as La Sainte-Chapelle and Notre-Dame-de-Paris represent French Gothic architecture and are also must-see monuments in the city of Paris.
The monuments of Paris are scattered all over the capital. It is highly recommended to have a map of the monuments of Paris. Many trips can be made on foot to discover the capital in detail. The subway, buses or tramway will help you to go from one monument of Paris to another: you should also have a map of Paris transportation.
L'OpenTour of Paris is an original way of visiting Paris and discover its monuments, museums, attractions while getting on and off at your disposal. This concept of hop on hop off bus or open-top double-decker buses offers a network of 4 tourist tours and routes and 50 stops with commentary in 10 languages.
The Opentour buses offer to discover Paris thanks to 3 different day tours, as shown on the Open Tour map. You can switch from one tour to the other as you wish and the commentaries are available in 12 languages. You can get on and off freely and enjoy an exceptional view from the upper deck of the buses.
Details of the three Open Tour circuits :
The main Open Tour tourist bus stops: Madeleine, Opera, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Orsay Museum, Concorde, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Trocadero, Invalides, Montmartre-Antwerp, Gare du Nord, the Grand Boulevards, Saint-Lazare Station, Saint-Germain, Montparnasse...
The Big Bus / Cars Rouges is a second hop on hop off bus company with open roofs to discover the city of Paris via a tour. Big Bus offers 2 lines, a tourist bus line and a river cruise line on the Seine. Tours are commented in 9 languages.
The Big Bus Tours of Paris (called the red buses) are buses with an open roof allowing you to admire the monuments throughout the route. The Parisian Big Bus Tours offer a Hop On Hop Off sightseeing bus service. Free Wifi, air conditioning, ponchos in case of rain bring comfort to the visit. The Big Buses stop at the company's bus stops every 10 minutes or so. The audio guides provided have commentaries in several languages (up to 14 different ones). In the minibuses, the drivers are multilingual.
Big Bus Paris offers 2 routes:
The Batobus of Paris is a regular river hop on hop off shuttle service transporting passengers on the Seine to visit Paris.
The Batobus takes you all along the Seine in the heart of Paris to reach different areas of the capital. Batobus allows you to visit the capital by looking at the monuments along the Seine and giving you the freedom to go up or down as you wish. Batobus is also a practical, river-based Parisian means of transport, accessible to bicycles.
It is made up of a fleet of 6 panoramic trimaran boats and has 9 stations. Its Pass is valid for 24 hours. With its panoramic view, its terrace, its heating and air conditioning, the Batobus offers a pleasant cruise and a practical means of transport.
Stations and itinerary: Eiffel Tower, Invalides / Pont Alexandre III, Musée d'Orsay, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Notre-Dame, Jardin des Plantes / Cité de la Mode et du Design, Hôtel de Ville, Louvre, Champs-Élysées, Beaugrenelle. The whole loop takes about 2 hours, and the navigation time between each station takes about 8 to 12 minutes depending on the route.