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Bateaux-Mouches December 25 Christmas lunch 2024

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What to expect

You celebrated Christmas Eve in Paris and want to prolong the magic a little longer? On December 25, 2024, come and celebrate Christmas Day aboard the Bateaux-Mouches! Embark at Port de la Conférence, at the foot of the Pont de l'Alma for a festive and convivial lunch-cruise on one of the most beautiful boats on the Seine. Please note that places are limited, remember to book in advance so as not to miss this opportunity.

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Created more than 60 years ago, the famous Bateaux-Mouches Paris company offers dinner cruises on the Seine, lunch cruises and 1h15 cruises on the Seine.

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Customer Reviews

4.8/512 reviews

Hana S.
Published over a year ago
Excellent show, very professional high quality entertainment. A must-see cabaret show when in Paris.
Published over a year ago

Excellent revue - well choreographaphed and a good evening's entertainment for all adult audiences (almost entirely couples of all ages). Our wives enjoyed the show as much as us. .
Seats could be a litlle more comfortable but otherwise good

Kevin C.
Published over a year ago
This is a must-see and it's worth the money you pay.
Bateaux Mouches
Published over a year ago

Spend Christmas eve on a Bateaux Mouches evening cruise with xmas special menu.
From arrival we were greeted very pleasently with non stop champagne. The menu was very good and the service too.
I would have no hesitation recommending this cruise and hopefully we will do this again in the future.

Published over a year ago
We had a magical Christmas Eve Dinner. Excellent service and fun music along with our gorgeous view.

Common questions

Why choose a lunch cruise aboard the Bateaux-Mouches on December 25 in Paris?

If you want to celebrate Christmas Day in Paris with no worries other than enjoying a great time with your family, the Bateaux Mouches lunch cruise is for you. The Bateaux-Mouches have always known how to keep the family and friendly spirit and share it with us every day. This is all the more true on December 25.

What are the hours of the Bateaux Mouches Christmas lunch?

The December 25 dinner cruise starts at 1 p.m. It is recommended to board 30 minutes before, at 12:30 p.m. The duration of the cruise is approximately 1h45 and the return to the quay is scheduled for 2:45 p.m.

What is the price of a Christmas lunch at the Bateaux Mouches de Paris?

On Christmas Day, the price of the cruise with lunch is 105 euros from 12 years old. Children benefit from a reduced price of €37 up to 11 years old.

What does the price of a lunch on December 25 at the Bateaux-Mouches include?

Christmas Day is celebrated as it should be at the Bateaux-Mouches. The price is all-inclusive so that you don't have to worry about anything: meals, drinks, not to mention the cruise on the Seine and musical entertainment.

Where is the boarding point for the Bateaux Mouches Christmas lunch cruise?

The Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches is located on the Port de la Conférence in the eighth arrondissement of Paris between the Pont des Invalides and the Pont de l'Alma.