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Batobus Paris Tickets

1-Day ticket

  • Free and unlimited access to the Batobus Hop-on Hop-off Seine boats with 9 stations, for 24 hours

Children 0-2: free
Children (3-15 years): 8€


2-Day ticket

  • Free and unlimited access to the Batobus Hop-on Hop-off Seine boats with 9 stations, for 48 hours

Children 0-2: free
Children (3-15 years): 10€


What to expect

If you’re looking for a slightly unusual way to discover the sights of Paris, look no further than Batobus. With 9 stops along the banks of the Seine, Batobus is the picturesque way to travel between the most historic neighbourhoods of the capital.

Where to board?

Batobus stops at 9 locations in Paris:

With the Batobous Pass, you can get on and off where you want, when you want, as often as you want, as long as it is valid: 1 day, 2 days consecutive.

The boats are heated during the winter with an open-air terrace available in the summer

Practical information 2022

Tickets purchased on our site can be used at the station of your choice.
Bulky luggage over 16 liters apart from small backpacks, handbags and laptop bags are not accepted

The shuttles also have:

  • A space at the front for transporting bicycles
  • A terrace at the back allowing you to enjoy the magnificent view of the banks of the Seine and the many Parisian monuments.

The shuttles leave approximately every 20 to 25 minutes depending on the season.


Group quotation

Are you planning an event for a group of more than 10 people?

For a private booking, a meeting or a party with friends, send us your detailed request. An expert from Come to Paris will send you a personal reply within 2 working days.

Customer Reviews

Rating : 4.75/5 - 4 reviews

Покупал билет на Батобас
Published over a year ago
Покупал билет на Батобас - кораблик который курсирует по Сене. Все прошло нормально. Единственный момент, я распечатал купон о покупке поездки, но при посадке на корабль, мне сказали обменять его на обычный билет.
Patricia P.
Vraiment SUPER.
Published over a year ago
Vraiment SUPER.
Très satisfait de votre service !
Published over a year ago
Très satisfait de votre service !
Daniel Alba R.
Published over a year ago
Todo el tramite fue perfecto, la informacion muy valida. Recomendable para visitar Paris. Vale la pena coger el billete del batobus, te deja al lado de todas las zonas turisticas, la unica pega que le pongo es que tienes que ir hasta la para de torre eifel para validar el tiquet. Por lo demas muy bien

Common questions

How much is Batobus Paris?

The price of the Batobus river shuttle pass depends on the number of days chosen. The 1 day pass (24 hours) is 17 euros for adults (from 16 years old), 8 euros for children from 3 to 15 years old. Batobus is free for babies
Count an additional 2 euros to offer you a Pass valid for 2 consecutive days.
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What are the Batobus operating hours?

The frequency of river shuttles on the Seine varies. In low season (November to mid-April), shuttles operate from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday and until 7 p.m. Friday to Sunday approximately every 25 minutes. In high season (from mid-April to the end of October), river transport from Paris is provided from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. with a frequency of passage of approximately 20 minutes.

What are the opening days of the Batobus?

The Batobus are intended as an alternative means of Parisian transport. They are open every day of the year, 7 days a week.

How long does the Batobus cruise last?

If the spirit of the Batobus is to allow you to get off and on board whenever you want and as many times as you want (hop on hop off), you can do a complete loop between the 9 stops. The trip then takes about 1 hour 42 minutes.

What is the travel time between each Batobus stop?

Count about 15 minutes between each stopover but it depends on the flow and currents of the Seine.

What is the route of the Bateau Bus?

The panoramic boats of the Batobus company serve 9 stops strategically placed on the Seine. With your Pass purchased in advance on the internet, you can board at the station of your choice. From east to west, the stops are: Jardin des Plantes, Notre-Dame, Hôtel de Ville, Louvre, Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, Musée d'Orsay, Place de la Concorde, Invalides, Eiffel Tower.

Is the Batobus service accessible to people with reduced mobility?

The quays of Paris are unfortunately not all adapted or accessible to wheelchairs. Only the Eiffel Tower stopover is suitable. For a sightseeing cruise on the Seine in Paris with access for people with reduced mobility, prefer a tourist cruise like the one offered by the Bateaux-Mouches de Paris.

Are there toilets on board the Batobus?

The Batobus is a means of transport like a bus. The shuttles do not have toilets.

Is it possible to eat on board the Batobus?

You can absolutely take advantage of a trip between two stopovers to organize a picnic on the Seine. Be careful though, the consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited.

What to visit near the Invalides Batobus station?

From Port des Invalides, in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, you can easily reach the Hôtel National des Invalides, the Army Museum and the tomb of Napoleon, the National Assembly or the Musée Rodin.

What to visit near Concorde Batobus Station?

From the Port des Champs-Élysées you are only 10 minutes from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 3 minutes from the Grand Palais and 30 minutes from the Arc de Triomphe.

What to visit near Hotel de Ville Batobus Station?

From the Quai de l'Hôtel de Ville, you are 10 minutes from the Marais and Rue des Rosiers, 11 minutes from the Centre Pompidou and 14 minutes from Place des Vosges.

What to visit near the Jardin des Plantes Batobus Station?

From the Quai Saint-Bernard in the fifth arrondissement of Paris, you are less than 10 minutes from the Grande Galerie de l'Évolution and less than 20 minutes from the Pantheon. The famous rue Mouffetard is only 16 minutes away.

What to visit near Louvre Batobus Station?

From the Quai du Louvre in the first arrondissement of Paris, access the Musée du Louvre in less than 5 minutes . Allow 11 minutes to go to Rue de Rivoli.

What to visit near the Musée d’Orsay Batobus station?

From the Quai de Solferino in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, you are at the foot of the Musée d'Orsay. Le Bon Marché is a 15-minute walk away.

What to visit near Notre Dame Batobus Station?

From the Quai de Montebello in the fifth arrondissement of Paris, find the Cathedral 5 minutes away, the Sainte-Chapelle 8 minutes and the Conciergerie at 10. Ice cream lovers will go to Berthillon less than 10 minutes away on foot.

What to visit near the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Batobus station?

From the Quai de Malaquais in the sixth arrondissement of Paris, cross the Pont des Arts and find the Jardin du Luxembourg 15 minutes away.

What to visit near Batobus Tour Eiffel Station?

The Port de la Bourdonnais in the seventh arrondissement is at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. The Trocadéro and the Aquarium de Paris are less than 10 minutes away. Have a drink while admiring the Iron Lady at the Bistro des Bateaux Parisiens.

What are the measures taken against the coronavirus COVID-19?

All measures have been taken to comply with the strictest health rules. Hydroalcoholic gel dispensers are available at stations and on boats. Wearing a mask is compulsory for staff and for customers over 11 years old. All boats are decontaminated regularly.

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