What is there to visit in Paris? (2) Northern Paris

There are some charming surprises for you in the triangle formed by Place de la République, Place de la Madeleine and Place Clichy.

Whether you arrive via Gare Saint-Lazare, Gare de l’Est or Gare du Nord, hop onto one of our bus tours and explore the beautiful sights of northern Paris.


Sacré-Coeur Basilica

This Roman-Byzantine-style historic building is one of the most famous in Paris. It was erected at the top of Montmartre at the end of the 19th century. The basilica, dome (300 steps, no lift!) and crypt are open from 6 am to 10.30 pm. L’Open Tour’s Paris bus stop drops you off a stone’s throw from the funicular train, which is the ideal way to reach the top of the hill.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 52 on the yellow route.


Chocolate Museum

Food lovers can take our bus tour to Choco-Story, Paris’s gourmet chocolate museum. You will find out everything about chocolate and its 4,000-year-old history. The museum, its temporary exhibitions and tasting sessions provide a feast for your eyes and taste buds.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 56 on the yellow route.


Musée Grévin

This is Paris’s famous waxworks. Come and see over 300 historical characters and sports/show biz stars. You may run into Marilyn Monroe or Zlatan Ibrahimović. There is something here to delight young and old alike.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 57 on the yellow route.


Printemps and Galeries Lafayette

How about taking one of our bus tours to go shopping in Paris’s most iconic department stores? Admire these magnificent buildings, stroll by their shop windows and have lunch in Printemps’ brasserie, located in the store’s dome.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 1 on the yellow route.


These are just a few ideas! Hop on and off as you wish at stops along L’Open Tour Paris’s yellow route to discover these places and many more.