By Boat: Aboard Seine Promenade Motorship

Batobus Map

A pleasure route in sunny Paris is Batobus. They sail February to January every 15-30 min:

  • from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm (February 5 - March 17, November 3 - January 2)
  • from 10 am to 7 pm (March 18 - April 21, October 1 - November 2)
  • from 10 am to 10 pm (April 22 - September 30)

The route is the Bourdonnais quay (the Eiffel Tower - Trocadero), the Solferino quay (Musee d'Orsay), the Malaquais quay (St-Germain-des-Pres), the Montebello quay (Notre-Dame de Paris), the Saint-Bernard quay (Jardin des Plantes), L'Hotel de Ville quay (Hotel de Ville), the Louvre quay (Louvre), the Champs-Elysees embankment (the Pont Alexandre III - the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais).

Attention. The route is covered by a pass for 1, 2, 5 days (in a row) and a year. A kid pass costs twice less. With a Carte Etudiant, Imagine R, Navigo Decouvert, Integrale, Emeraude or Amethyste pass, the pass costs 1 third less (see Privelege Rate Ticket).

1 Day2 Day5 Day1 Year
Privelege Rate Ticket8€11€13€

River Cruises on Seine and Canals

Like Batobus, some other agencies run river cruises:

Bateaux-Parisiens from Notre-Dame-de-Paris, 75005

Montebello quay
tel. 01 43 26 92 55 (ticket booking)
Subway: St.-Michel
Work Hours: 2-10 pm