- Address: 68 Boulevard de Rochechouart, 75018 Paris, France
- Ticket Price: Free
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We bought combined tickets for this bus tour and a boat cruise on the Seinne from the Paris official tourism office. I am in a wheelchair, and we were told that, while not all of the busses were accessible, at least one on each line would be. We found out at the bus stop that this was very much not the case. Their idea of accessible was that the driver would help you on, then lift the chair over the hand railing of the bus entrance and balance it on a seat. For some busses this could be done without dismantling the chair, for others the wheels had to be removed to fit it through the doorway. The drivers were helpful, yes, but this was by no means "hop on, hop off" for a chair user. So that's my beef with the "accessibility" claim, which may be the fault of the person at the tourism office for overpromising, I admit. My other issue was with the tour itself, which consisted of sporadic recorded information padded significantly by a few French songs that were repeatedly ad nausea. The music got to be so annoying that I gave up listening for the occasional description of a local landmark. Combined with the fact that the buses spent sometimes upwards of 30 minutes sitting at a single stop, and it made for a fairly tedious wait if you wanted to use the bus to get from A to B. A copy of Rick Steves' Paris book and a city bus schedule would have been far more enjoyable, informative and less costly. We had already figured out the local bus system, which is 100% equipped with ramps and disabled spaces on the bus, by the time we decided to do the open tour, and were sorely missing the speed and convenience of public transportation. The boat cruise was enjoyable - save money and just buy that - there was a live tour guide pointing out the sites from the river in three languages.
Très chère...... et bof bof
Con los billetes pagados, perdimosel tour. Llegamos 10 minutos antes del inicio del tour y ya había salido. Muy poca formalidad.