The Extrapolitan alliance of Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing tours is welcoming two new key tourist destinations in its network: Monaco and Rome.


Ronan Bois, Director of the Sightseeing business declared: “Thanks to these new partnerships Extrapolitan is consolidating its leading position in Europe. The growth of our sightseeing network will serve the commercial success of both our partners and ourselves”.

On the French Riviera, Extrapolitan will promote Monaco Le Grand Tour which provides a panoramic experience of the most glamourous city of the Mediterranean basin. Monaco is a must-see destination for cruise passengers. Le Grand Tour includes 12 stops to Hop-on Hop-off at all places of interest along the route like the Rock, the Prince’s Palace and the Casino. 
Thierry Gazeau, General Manager at Monaco Le Grand Tour:”We are proud to join the Extrapolitan alliance and hope that this new partnership will enable us to grow additional business together”.

In Rome, Extrapolitan will promote the business of Green Line Tours, which gathers three sightseeing companies. Rome ranks in the top 5 of the most visited cities in Europe and is a key destination for travel trade. Green Line Tours offers 24, 48 and 72 hour passes to Hop-on Hop-off in the historical center as well as packages including other attractions.

Extrapolitan is now present in 19 cities and offers tours, on top of Budapest and Split, in Paris, London, Hong Kong, Nice, Marseille, Monaco, Rome, Stockholm, Tallinn, Riga, Copenhagen, Berlin, Athens, Helsinki, Bath, Windsor and Cardiff.