Discover Paris in 9 stops with Batobus: Eiffel Tower, Invalides/Pont Alexandre III ( opening summer ) Musée d’Orsay, St Germain des Prés, Notre-Dame. Batobus takes you to the heart of Paris, with stops at all of the main tourist sites, including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. With 9 stops on the route, Batobus. The Batobus is a very different kind of transport in Paris being like a bus system on the River Seine that Paris Tourist Map Access to the Louvre Batobus stop.

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The Batobus water bus stops on the River Seine in Paris The Batobus is a water bus, which is a very different kind of transport in Paris and is designed to enable people that are on holiday in Paris to reach many of the monuments, landmarks and different tourist attractions in Paris.

Plus you have the unusual Paris sewers museum called the Musee des Egouts along with the incredible CineAqua aquarium for something entirely different. With a host of cruises to choose from, deciding on the perfect cruise might be a task.

Access to the Louvre Batobus stop The Quai du Louvre is located between the Pont Royal and the Pont du Carrousel bridges, and if you think about walking from the Musee du Louvre towards batbus quays on the River Seine, you would then turn right and walk for around m, which is just before you would cross the Pont du Carrousel.

This avenue has become a place to shop, eat out in Paris and one of the most visited streets in Paris, and yet it is also the setting for major street parades, military parades and ceremonies, like those related to the French revolution on the French National Holiday of 14th July each year. It is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy Paris from the Seine. It’s a shame that it is a bit restrictive battobus it’s a great way to see Paris.

Fortunately there was a cleaner, more efficient and safer way to navigate the city! Can this place or activity comfortably accomodate people using a stroller?


Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile Good value 2 day pass. Also, everyone was pretty friendly. This property is closed Report incorrect address Suggest edits. The moment I got on the water-taxi with Batobus Paris my ticket blew from my fingers into the water. Can you use the ticket on any day, or on specific date that you booked online? When you book with Headout, your trip is hassle-free, ensuring you spend more time soaking in the beauty of Paris rather than worrying about getting your tickets.

Hours, Address, Batobus Reviews: During low season, you can avail a boat every 25 minutes and during high season, you can avail a boat every 20 minutes. Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise. You can chat with local experts at any time and get all your questions answered.

Paris Batobus – The Seine river-boat service

Plus there is the Arc de Triomphe du Carrouselwhich is one of the monuments in Paris that was constructed for Napoleon Bonaparte Ialong with many luxury boutiques, and antique shops batibus browse.

You can hop on and hop off any of these 8 stops anytime you’d like as long as your pass is valid. The Batobus Paris is an out-of-the-ordinary watercraft that gives you the freedom to explore central Paris in glass-walled boats.

The best part is that each stop lies next to a museum or Parisian monument.

The Batobus Water Bus Stops On The River Seine In Paris

Do students receive discounted pricing? We had a great time, go ahead and enjoy. From there you would need to walk upstream towards Pont d’Austerlitz and through the Jardin Tino Rossi, which is the beautiful open air sculpture garden.

This is a great way to relax or simply hop on hop off between locations around Seine, what a pity they did not think of installing toilets on board, which are so important to most women!!!

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Paris Batobus

Lakshmi Menon Born to parents bit by the wander batogus, Lakshmi calls her quench for travel “hereditary and habitual”. Please refer to the official website for the latest timings.


I would recommend this to people for sure! Response from Julie B Reviewed this property.

Sun – Sat There is a dedicated area for cycles at the front of the boat. With a flexible cancellation policy, it’s possible for you to reschedule a tour or even cancel it for a full refund up to 24 hours before most experiences.

Response from gavind Batbous this property. The Louvre Batobus stop Located in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, back in the early part of the s, the port at The Louvre saw the arrival of the first steamboat called the Elise, which was watched by hundreds of people. The City Hall Batobus stop At The Hotel de Ville stop, which is also known as the City Hall Batobus stop, you will be able to discover old houses looking out onto cobbled streets from days gone by, within the Saint-Paul and saint-Gervais areas along with the Hotel de Ville.

Live chat with local experts anywhere, anytime. Reviewed 5 days ago Major sights covered with very conveniently located stops. Since then, the area has been home to many warehouse and there were trade ports constructed plus batkbus was a a large herb garden constructed and then a natural history museum was starting to get established.

Batobus takes you to the heart of Paris, with stops at all of the main tourist sites, including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Batobus did the trick. A boat is available every minutes and the Batobus Paris cruise is operational year round, including the chilly winters. We booked batobus from TA and conveniently used it to see major sites in Paris in short time. Commentary on-board Since the Batobus Paris is designed as a boat taxi service rather than an actual cruise, there is no commentary onboard.

And up to the Arc de Triomphe?