The Batobus takes you to the heart of Paris, to reach the various quarters of the capital. With 8 stops on the route, Batobus shows you a different view of Paris and is an original way of getting about in Paris.
The fleet consists of 5 trimarans. It is a unique means of transport on the Seine— ideal for Parisians who wish to avoid the metro and for tourists who enjoy the combination of a trip and a visit to the different quarters of Paris.
We have eight stops along a circular route that covers both the left and right banks of the Seine:
Left Bank: Tour Eiffel, Musée d'Orsay, Saint-Germain-des-Pres, Nôtre-Dame, Jardin des Plantes.
Right Bank: Hôtel de Ville, Louvre, Champs-Elysées.
From these stops, you can easily reach the leading sights in central Paris. You can hop on and off the boats as often as you like.
Designed especially for visitors, the Batobus passes are for as many trips as you like during a specific period of time. No need to wait to buy a ticket.
1 - day Pass: €11
(€5 for children under 16, €7 Privilege rate ticket*) 2 - day Pass**: €13
(€6 for children under 16, €8 Privilege rate ticket*) 5 - day Pass**: €16
(€7 for children under 16, €10 Privilege rate ticket*) Annual Pass: €50 (€30 for children under 16)
Where to buy passes: At any Batobus stop, at the Paris Tourist Office, and at several other locations that are listed on the Batobus Web site.
When the boats run: Every 15 to 30 minutes year-round, except for a one-month winter break in January. (Boats run during the daytime only in the off-season but operate until 9:30 p.m. from late May until the end of August.)