Latest version Paris Bus Complete Guide Line 30 to Line 39

paris bus 30 to 39 paris

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Paris Buses RATP are assigned numbers from lines 20 to 96.

There are not all numbered buses, but there are 60 routes in total.

It is difficult to grasp all of them, but please check the easy-to-use routes against the actual route one by one.

This time, I will introduce the route from Line 30 to Line 39.

Line 30 to 39 has a limited number of convenient lines.
It may be suitable for visiting museums.

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Paris Bus Complete Guide Line 30 to Line 39

Line 30

paris bus ligne30
Paris Bus No. 30


April 2019 Revised version

Line 30 runs between Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou and Pigalle.

The route was changed in April 2019.

The departure became Pigalle, and the end point until Trocadéro was extended, and the Eiffel Tower also passed.

The Arc de Triomphe also passs on the way, so it is a more easy-to-use route than ever before.

Sacré-Cœur Temple is also within walking distance of Pigalle, so it’s a bus to see the main attractions.

Line 30 is a route around the outside, not through the center of Paris.

How to use is a ride from the Eiffel Tower to Trocadéro, Arc de Triomphe, Parc Monceau and Sacré-Cœur Temple. (Of course, the opposite is OK)

The best place is that you can cross Pont d’Iéna, which connects the Eiffel Tower to Trocadéro by bus.

The view from the bus is even better, so I would definitely recommend it.

It is a route that you need to use actively when sightseeing in Paris.

Line 31

Paris Bus Line 31


April 2019 Revised version

Line31 does not change in the revision in April 2019.

It runs between Charles de Gaulle–Étoile and Gare de l’Est.

I think that tourist spots rarely go through because it goes through the back side of Sacré-Cœur.

If the hotel you are staying at is not on this line, I think that tourists probably don’t use it.

Line 32

Paris Bus No. 32
Paris Bus Line 32


April 2019 Revised version

Line 32 runs between Porte d’Auteuil and Gare de l’Est.

In april 2019, the route has been slightly changed.

Please note that the routes of 2nd arrondissement and 9th arrondissement have changed.

Line 32 starts in the 16th arrondissement with good security.

Pass by Musée Marmottan Monet and head to Trocadéro.

After Trocadéro, you’re on Avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie to the Champs-Elysées.

Please note that the destination from the Champs-Elysées is different there and on the way back.

Then head to Saint-Lazare Station, follow the roads around the Opera, and arrive at Gare de l’Est.

paris bus ligne32

Line 32 is not a bad route, but it is not good to use.

If you are going to Musée Marmottan Monet or going from the Eiffel Tower to Galeries Lafayette, I think it will be a popular route.

Choose according to your sightseeing plan.

Line 35

Paris Bus Line 35


April 2019 Revised version

Line 35 runs between Marie d’Aubervillers and Gare de l’Est.

In April 2019, the route was not changed.

Depart from Gare de l’Est and head up the road to Gare du Nord.

Then head beyond the ring road surrounding Paris to Marie d’Aubervillers.

Line 35 runs in areas where there are no tourist spots and is not very safe, so it is a route that is not recommended for general travelers.

Please do not get on by mistake when using the bus from Gare de l’Est or Gare du Nord.

Line 38

Paris Bus No. 38
Paris Bus Line 38


April 2019 Revised version

Line 38 runs between Porte d’Orléans and Porte de la Chapelle.

There were some route changes in the April 2019 revision.

Previously, it was from Gare du Nord, but the end point has been extended to Porte de la Chapelle.

After departure from Porte de la Chapelle, take Gare du Nord to Musée des Arts et Métiers.

After that, we will go straight towards the Seine.

Cross the Cité Island, pass through Le Jardin du Luxembourg, enter the 14th arrondissement and arrive at Porte d’Orléans.

This route is not bad because it runs in the center, but it does not run so much in the main tourist spot.

However, if you book a hotel on a tour, you may be prepared to stay at a hotel around Gare du Nord.

In that case, it may be an active route when going out in the direction of Chatelet and around Luxembourg.

Please check the location of the hotel where you will be staying and use it.

Line 39

Paris Bus No. 39
Paris Bus Line 39


April 2019 Revised version

Line 39 runs between Frères Voisin and Gare du Nord.

The revision in April 2019, the route has been slightly changed.

Depart from Gare du Nord and head towards Musée Grévin and head to central Paris.

After going out to the Opera Street, cross the Seine, through the road between the Louvre museum and the Tuilerie Park.

After crossing the Seine, head through Saint-Germain-des-Prés to Montparnasse Station.

Sightseeing is available from Gare du Nord to Montparnasse Station.

It also pass the Louvre Museum, so I think it is a useful route for sightseeing.

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How was it?

Before the revision in 2019, either Gare du Nord or Gare de l’Est was the departure station for Line 30 to 39.

All the lines have their remains, but only line 30 has not passed at all.

However, the usability is the best.

If you stay around Gare du Nord, Line 30 to 39 is very active, so please combine them well and use.

Lines 30, 32 and 39 are active on Line 30 to 39.

It is line 38 that seems to be somey active.

Lines 31 and 35 are safe to ignore unless there are a lot of circumstances.

Of course, the situation changes considerably depending on the accommodation, so please try to combine it well with your travel plan.

Thank you for reading to the end this time.

How to get on the bus and how to purchase a ticket are introduced below.

If you are new to paris bus use, please check before reading here and you will understand smoothly.

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