The river shuttle to travel on the Seine
You can get on and off as you like at the 9 stops of your choice
It's a bus boat!
batobus on the Seine river tariff

Batobus Paris

  • The Batobus is a shuttle on the Seine which allows to move from a tourist place to another on the same principle as the Tootbus
  • 9 bus stations : Eiffel Tower, Orsay Museum, Saint-Germain des Prés, Our Lady, Garden of plantsCity Hall, LouvreChamps-Elysées, Beaugrenelle
  • The complete loop on the Seine takes approximately 2 hours
  • Unlike a Bateau Mouche cruise in Paris which lasts 1 hour without stopping, with Batobus you can get on and off as you like at the stops of your choice. It's a bus boat!
  • The boats are of course panoramicequipped with terrace and of heating
  • Non-exchangeable, non-refundable tickets

Schedules and information

  • Batobus circulates :
    • Until April 1st 11:40 am to 6:30 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • April 2 - April 14 10 am to 7 pm; every day
    • April 15 - September 4 10am to 9:30pm; daily
  • 1st indicated departure is from the Eiffel Tower
  • Last departure indicated always from the Eiffel Tower

1 and 2 day passes

  • The passes are valid for 1 day or 2 consecutive days
  • Batobus is free for children under 2 years old
  • Unlimited number of trips over the period of your choice (1 or 2 consecutive days)
  • You can repeat the same route several times
  • The child rate applies to children from 3 to 15 years old
paris batobus station
boatbus on the Seine

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