Latest Version Paris Bus Complete Guide From Line 60 to Line 69 RATP

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This time, I will introduce the route from Line 60 to Line 69.

There are many routes that are convenient for daily use and sightseeing, so please use it actively.

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.

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Paris Bus Complete Guide Line 60 to Line 69

Line 60

Paris Bus Line 60

RATP BUS LIGNE 60

April 2019 Revised version

Line 60 runs between Porte de Montmartreand Gambetta.

There were some route changes in the April 2019 revision.

The overall route has not changed.

Depart Porte de Montmartre, located on the ring road above Sacré-Cœur.

Then cross the 18th arrondissement to the 19th arrondissement.

The 19th arrondissement also runs through and arrives at the end point, Gambetta.

There are few sightseeing spots, and it runs in areas that are not very safe, so I think that it is a route that is not used by tourists.

Line 61

Paris Bus Line 61

RATP BUS LIGNE 61

April 2019 Revised version

Line 61 runs between Place d’Italia and Églie de Pantin.

There were some route changes in the April 2019 revision.

The departure station that was Gare d’Austerlitzhas been changed to Place d’Italia.

In addition, I think that it will not be used for sightseeing, so I think that it will be used only by those who have accommodation on the route.

Line 62

Paris Bus No. 62
Paris Bus Line 62

RATP BUS LIGNE 62

April 2019 Revised version

Line 62 runs between Porte de Saint-Cloud and Porte de France.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Depart Porte de Saint-Cloud in the 16th arrondissement.

Then cross the 15th, 14th, and 13th arrondissements to the destination Porte de France.

Since it is a route that runs exactly sideways on the under side of Paris, I think that Line 62 is also a route that is not used for tourists.

Line 63

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Paris Bus Line 63

RATP BUS LIGNE 63

April 2019 Revised version

Line 63 runs between Porte de la Muette and Gare de Lyon.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Depart Porte de la Muette in the 16th arrondissement.

Then, pass Trocadéro, cross Pont de l’Alma, and follow the Seine.

Past Invalides, enter Boulevard Saint-Germain and through Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood.

Along the Seine, cross Pont d’Austerlitz and head to Gare de Lyon.

Line 63 is an attractive tourist route, because it runs along the Seine.

Next to the departure point, Porte de la Muette, is the Marmottan Monet Museum, after which you can see the Eiffel Tower at Trocadéro.

Invalides is another must-see attraction.

Also, just on the bus, you can often see the Eiffel Tower, so you can feel like sightseeing even if you do not get off on the way.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood is also ideal for shopping and dining as there are plenty of fashionable shops.

Jardin des Plantesare also very nice depending on the season, so you can buy sandwiches and croissants in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés and enjoy your lunch in the park.

Line 63 is full of highlights, so it is recommended to actively use it.

Line 64

Paris Bus Line 64

RATP BUS LIGNE 64

April 2019 Revised version

There were many changes in the April 2019 revision.

Line 64 runs between Gambettaand Place d’Italia, but both destinationshave been extended to connect Denfart-Rochereau and Porte des Lilas.

The route has been extended and it has become a little convenient, but I think that it will be used only by those who have accommodation on the route.

Line 65 – Deleted –

Paris Bus Line 65

RATP BUS LIGNE 65

April 2019 Suspension of operations

Line 65 runs between Gare de Lyon to Porte de la Chapelle.

Unfortunately, it has been deleted in April 2019.

Please be careful.

After departing from Gare de Lyon, via Place de la Bastille and head north on Boulevard Beaumarchais towards Place de la République.

After that, go to the ring road along the railway tracks that comes into Gare du Nordthrough Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord.

In front of the ring road is the end point, Porte de la Chapelle.

Line 65 is an active section between Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est and Place de la Bastille.

It is not so much a tourist spot, but I think that you can see Place de la République and Place de la Bastille.

In addition, just between connecting these two squares, it will be The Marais district where various shops and restaurants gather, so I think that it is fun to take a walk.

Other than that, I think that it is a very recommended route for those heading to Gare de Lyon from Gare du Nord and east Gare de l’Est.

Line 66

Paris Bus 66
Paris Bus Line 66

RATP BUS LIGNE 66

April 2019 Revised version

Line 66 runs between Marie Saint-Ouen and Opéra.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

After departing Opéra, pass in front of Galeries Lafayette and head to Saint-Lazare Station.

After passing The Saint Lazare Station, go along the road for a while, then cross the ring road, passing through the 17th arrondissement.

Beyond that is the end point, Mairie Saint-Ouen.

Paris Bus 66

Line 66 takes you through the tourist spot Opéra, Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, but there are no other tourist spot after San Lazare Station.

Also, Opéra and Galeries Lafayette are within walking area, so you’ll arrive while waiting for the bus.

Therefore, I think that it is unlikely to be used by tourists.

Line 67

Paris Bus Line 67
Paris Bus Line 67

RATP BUS LIGNE 67

April 2019 Revised version

There were many changes in the April 2019 revision.

Line 67 between Pigalle and Porte de Gentilly was shortened and departed from Palais Royal.

Pass by the Louvre museum and follow the Seine for a while.

The Cité island also passes by, crossing the Seine through the Isle of Saint-Louis.

Then, pass through Jardin des Plantes and through the 13th arrondissement to the end point, Porte de Gentilly.

paris bus ligne67

Line 67 has lost its charm due to the revision.

There are many tourist spots, but the distance to travel is short, so there may be few opportunities to use it.

This route is recommended for those who may move from the Louvre area to Jardin des Plantes.

This route is also recommended for those who have accommodations near Place d’Italie.

Please note that there are some differences there and on the way back, so be careful when using it.

Line 68

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Paris Bus Line 68

RATP BUS LIGNE 68

April 2019 Revised version

Line 68 runs between Place de Clichyto Châtillon–Montrouge.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Depart Place de Clichy and continue south on Rue Blanche.

Pass by Galeries Lafayette, through Via Opéra, between the Louvre museum and Jardin des Tuileries, and across the Seine.

Then, follow the Seine, into Boulevard Saint-Germain, and down Boulevard Raspail.

Continue past the Cartier Museum, across the 14th arrondissement, across the ring road, to the end point, Châtillon – Montrouge.

paris bus ligne68

Line 68 also passes through many tourist spots.

The road from Galeries Lafayette, Opéra area, to the Louvre runs down Avenue de l’Opéra, so you can see the scenery from the bus window.

It is also beautiful view when you run between the Louvre museum and Jardin des Tuileries.

Afterwards, you can also stop by Bon marchédepartment store and Luxembourg Park.

If you’re tired of the famous museums, the Cartier Museum is also a good place to visit.

In addition, line 68 is also slightly different from the way back, so be careful.

From the Galeries Lafayette neighborhood, the Cartier Museum is a route you’d like to actively use when sightseeing in Paris.

Line 69

Paris Bus No. 69
Paris Bus Line 69

RATP BUS LIGNE 69

April 2019 Revised version

Line 69 runs between Champ de Marsand Gambetta.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Depart from the Champs de Mars Park.

Follow Rue Saint-Dominique towards Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Through Pont Royal, cross the Seine and run along the Seine for a while towards Place de la Bastille.

Then cross the 11th arrondissement to the end Gambetta.

Line 69 runs many sightseeing spots.

After seeing the Eiffel Tower, head to Invalides, enjoy A nice view along the Seine, and then head to the Marais district.

In addition, the return route is a route between the Louvre museum and Jardin des Tuileries, so you can enjoy the way back.

It is a route that you want to use by combining other routes well.

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Summary

How was it?

There are many lines in 60 to 69, but they are clearly different between available and non-using routes.

The routes you want to actively use are Lines 63, 68, and 69.

These three Lines are convenient, so it is a route that you want to combine well with other routes.

Thank you for reading to the end again 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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