What is there to visit in Paris? (3) Central Paris

L’Open Tour’s Paris green route buses take you on a big tour of Paris’s main tourist attractions. Here is a small selection! Hop on and off as you wish to visit these sights.

Garnier Opera House

This historic building – one of the most beautiful in Paris – was constructed at the end of the 19th century at the request of Napoleon III. Unless closed for technical or performance-related reasons, the public areas and concert hall are open to visitors. Temporary exhibitions are organized here regularly.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 2 on the green route.


The Louvre

You can’t come to Paris without visiting the Louvre, one the world’s biggest museums. Art and antiquity lovers will find what they are looking for among the 460,000 works of art comprising the museum’s collections.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 4 on the green route.


Notre-Dame de Paris

The basilica was built over more than 2 centuries and is France’s most visited historic building. Take advantage of our bus tours to join its 30,000 daily visitors. Free guided tours are offered in 8 languages.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 6 on the green route.


Pont des Arts

The current bridge was rebuilt in 1984. Its 7 arches are aligned with Pont Neuf. Cross the Seine to enjoy an unrestricted view over this river and chain a padlock to the bridge as a symbol of your love for your sweetheart.

The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 8 on the green route.


L’Open Tour Paris’s green bus route also serves the Eiffel Tower. Hop off at stop 8 to treat yourself to lunch or dinner on a Marina de Paris boat cruise.