Frequently Asked Questions
No, currently, the Health Pass is no longer required
Smoking is allowed outside on the pontoon and upper deck
Yes, you can eat during the cruise.
Yes, as long as they are kept on a leash
Yes, suitcases and other luggage are accepted.
Les Bateaux Mouches has a free parking lot
The nearest metro station is "Alma-Marceau" station
We advise you to arrive 15 to 20 minutes (except school vacations) and about 30 minutes before during school vacations
Yes, you can take your stroller on board. Scooters are also accepted on board
No relation to flies! The Bateaux Mouches are called so, because the 1st boat to have performed walks on the Seine was called the Old Smee.
The Vieux-Mouche was a boat that transported visitors from one site to another during the 1867 Universal Exhibition. This boat was then bought by the Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches, when in 1949, Jean Bruel created his company to show Paris by river.
Visionary because he foresees the development of mass tourism in the future, Jean Bruel wants to make the Bateaux Mouches an attraction that allows tourists to admire Paris from the Seine by day and by night