What is there to visit in Paris? (4) Southern Paris
Visit Paris - 08.06.2015
L’Open Tour Paris buses also have a route south of the Seine, between Montparnasse and Saint-Germain.
Musée de Cluny
Musée de Cluny (officially, the French National Museum of the Middle Ages) is a grouping of two buildings: Hôtel de Cluny and the ancient thermal baths. It is devoted to monuments, furniture and objets d’art from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 38 on the orange route.
Until 2011, this 210-metre-high building opened in 1973 was the tallest in France. The top of the tower – open from 9.30 am to 9.30 pm – offers a panoramic view over Paris’s most beautiful historic buildings.
The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 4 on the orange route.
This is an unusual visit in the heart of Paris! Take advantage of one of our bus tours to visit part of Paris’s municipal ossuary. The catacombs are 20 m underground and assemble the bones of over 6 million Parisians from various cemeteries in Paris.
The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 6 on the orange route.
Jardin du Luxembourg
Stroll along the paths of this 23-hectare garden created in 1612. Other sights here include the Palais du Luxembourg – seat of the French Senate – the Musée du Luxembourg, the Orangery and the glasshouses.
The nearest L’Open Tour stop is 8 on the orange route.
Take L’Open Tour Paris’s orange route, hopping on and off as you wish to visit some of these places.