Paris Bus Complete Guide Route Map Line 80 to Line 89 Latest Version RATP

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This time, I will introduce the route from Line 80 to Line 89.

Many of these routes are very convenient, so let’s use them 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 80 to Line 89

Line 80

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Paris Bus Line 80


April 2019 Revised version

Line 80 runs between Porte de Versailles and Marie du 18e – Jules Joffrin.

There were some changes in the April 2019 revision.

Overall, there are no major changes, so you can still use it.

Depart Porte de Versailles in the 15th arrondissement and aim for Cambronne Métro Station.

Then, pass by the Champ de Mars Park, through Pont de l’Alma, and across the Seine River.

After crossing the Seine, head to Franklin D Roosevelt Station, then to Saint-Lazare Station.

After Saint-Lazare Station, via Place de Clichy, behind Sacré-Cœur, the end point near Clignancourt, arrive at Mairie du 18e – Jules Joffrin.

Line 80 is a long line, but it is also a useful route for sightseeing.

The plan is to go through three locations: Champ de Mars Park, Arc de Triomphe, and Sacré-Cœur.

It is a recommended route for those who want to go around these three efficiently.

If you combine well with other routes, I think you can make effective use of it.

Line 81 – Deleted –

Paris Bus No. 81
Paris Bus Line 81


April 2019 Abolished

As a result of the 2019 revision, the route has been deleted.

The following is a reference article of the old route.

Line 81 runs between Porte de Saint-Ouen and Châtelet.

After leaving Chatelet, take Rue de Rivoli to Rue de L’Opera, pass between Galeries Lafayette and head north.

Then, via Place de Clichy, traverse the 17th arrondissement and arrive at the end point Porte de Saint-Ouen, just before the ring road.

Line 81 is a convenient route from Châtelet and the Louvre to Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Haussmann.

In addition, the route that runs slightly on the way and the return is different, so be careful when using it.

I don’t think tourists often go to areas above Galeries Lafayette.

Line 82

Paris Bus No. 82
Paris Bus Line 82


April 2019 Revised version

Line 82 runs between Neuilly – Hôpital Américain and Luxembourg.

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Depart Luxembourg and follow Boulevard du Montparnasse towards the 7th arrondissement.

Pass by Invalides, pass by the Champ de Mars Park, pass Pont d’Iéna and cross the Seine River.

After crossing the Seine, head to the end point, Neuilly –Hôpital Américain, via Victor Hugo Train Station.

Line 82 is also a convenient route for sightseeing in Paris.

The recommended route is Le Jardin du Luxembourg ~ Invalides ~ Champ de Mars ~ Trocadéro.

A particularly recommended section is between Trocadéro and Champ de Mars.

Paris Bus No. 82

You can see various Eiffel Towers from the bus window, so it is a very fun route.

It is easy to combine with other routes, so it is a route that you want to actively use.

Line 83

Paris Bus No. 83
Paris Bus Line 83


April 2019 Revised version

The route has been shortened in the April 2019 revision.

The departure and arrival point has been changed from Friedland–Haussmann to Invalides.

The other point remains Porte d’Ivry–Château des Rentiers.

From Franklin D. Roosevelt station, take the Champs Elysees and cross the Seine through the Pont Alexandre, the recommended route is gone, so the activity of line 83 has been considerably lowered.

Still, it is convenient as a means of transportation from Invalides to Luxembourg Park, so it is a route that you want to actively use depending on the situation.

Line 84

Paris Bus No. 84
Paris Bus Line 84


April 2019 Revised version

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Line 84 runs between Levalois-Alsace and Panthéon.

Depart the Pantheon, pass through the Luxembourg Park, through the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood, via Boulevard Raspail and Boulevard Saint-Germain, head to the Seine.

Cross the Seine river on the Concorde Bridge, pass through Place de la Concorde, the Madeleine Temple, and head towards Boulevard Malesherbes.

Then, pass by Parc Monceau and head north on Boulevard de Courcelles to the ring road.

Then arrive at the end, Levalois-Alsace.

Paris Bus No. 84

Line 84 is also very convenient for sightseeing in Paris.

I think the recommended route is Pantheon – Luxembourg Park – Bon Marche department store – Musée d’Orsay – Place de la Concorde – Madeleine Temple – Parc Monceau.

Parc Monceau is a relaxing park, so it’s not a place you should go.

There are also other lines, but it is convenient to move between the Luxembourg Park and the Madeleine Temple.

Line 85

Paris Bus No. 85
Paris Bus Line 85


April 2019 Revised version

Ligne 85 runs between Châtelet and Saint-Owen Les Ducks.

In 2019, the arrival and departure locations have been changed from Luxembourg to Châtelet.

This is a route that has been considerably less recommended because there are no more departures and arrivals from the Luxembourg.

It departs from the center of Paris, but I think there are few opportunities to use it.

However, if you have accommodation on the route, please use it well as you will head to the center.

Paris Bus No. 85

In addition, the way there and the way back is quite different, so please be careful when using it.

Line 86

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Paris Bus Line 86


April 2019 Revised version

Ligne 86 runs between Champ de Mars and Saint-Mandé–Demi-Lune–Parc Zoologique.

In 2019, the arrival and departure locations have been changed from Saint-Germany-des-Prés to Champ de Mars.

It feels like it is combined with the conventional line 87.

Until now, the route was not very easy to use, but with the extension of the route, it has become a convenient route for sightseeing.

From Champ de Mars with a view of the Eiffel Tower, you can move around Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Place de la Bastille, so it is a route that you want to actively use depending on the sightseeing plan.

Line 87

Paris Bus Line 87


April 2019 Revised version

Ligne 87 runs between Invalides and Porte de Reuilly.

In 2019, the arrival and departure locations have been changed from Champ de Mars to Invalides.

It is the line 87 that was originally suitable for sightseeing, but it is a route that remains convenient in sightseeing even after the route change.

The line connects Invalides, the Saint-Germain area and Place de la Bastille, but it is divided into a route that runs along the Seine and a route that runs along Boulevard Saint-Germain.

Both routes have good scenery and are suitable for shopping.

Line 88

Paris Bus Line 88


April 2019 Revised version

Ligne 88 runs between Porte d’Auteuil and Montsouris–Tombe Issoire.

In 2019, the arrival and departure locations have been changed from Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou to Porte d’Auteuil.

As you can see from the map, I don’t think that line 88 will be used by tourists.

I think that it will be a route used only by those who have accommodation on the route.

Line 89

Paris Bus Line 89


April 2019 Revised version

There were no changes in the April 2019 revision.

Line 89 runs between Vanves Malakoff and Porte de France.

Depart Vanves Malakoff and continue through the 15th arrondissement.

Follow Rue de Vaugirard to the Luxembourg Park.

Then, run along the Seine from the front of Pont de Sully and enter the 13th arrondissement.

After that, head to the end point, Porte de France.

Line 89 is available in some circumstances.

The tourist route is from The Luxembourg Park to Panthéon to Jardin des Plantes.

Rather than sightseeing, it feels like a convenient route to move around.

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How was it?

All numbers were operated on Line 80 to Line 89, but unfortunately line 81 was deleted.

There are many convenient routes in Line 80 to Line 89, but we especially recommend the Line 82, 86, and 87.

Other routes are also very convenient for a little travel, so please actively use them when sightseeing in Paris.

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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