Seine Boat, Bateaux-Mouches in Paris are fun. Discover Paris from the Seine River. During the day or at night. Monuments are beautiful. Sightseeing tours Rive Droite and Rive Gauche within Paris.
There are 37 bridges within the Capital. It takes one hour for a typical cruise. Many choices will include lunch or dinner.
The Batobus in Paris is a Fun and easy way to visit the city. The boat bus service allows you to hop on and off at any of the eight stops along the Seine. Batobus ticket can be bought at the office at each stop. Options: day pass, 2 days or 5 days.
Batobus stops: Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, Musee d'Orsay, Louvre, St-Germain-des-Pres, Notre-Dame, Hotel de Ville and Jardin des Plantes.
A special offer: 58 stops in Paris with bus and boat.
Schedules varies depending of the seasons.
Bateaux Parisiens has panoramic boats and promenade boats. Excellent choice of cruises for lunch, brunch, dinner, special Easter cruise, for kids.
Cruises tours from the Eiffel Tower. Sightseeing cruises on the Seine River.
Bateaux mouches means boat fly in French. The bateau mouche is a large Seine boat with a double-deck (for a best view of the Paris). It's comfortable. Can be cool in Winter. During the tour, commentaries are in different languages. Departure of the boats are at the Pont de l'Alma on the right bank. Metro Alma-Marceau.
The Bateau Mouche covers really well the most important sights of Paris Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Alexander III Bridge, the Pont Neuf, the Orsay Museum, and the Louvre Museum. Passengers can also see Les Invalides, Napoleon's burial site.
Lunch, dinner cruise, romantic cruise, the bateau mouche is always a good idea!
The Yachts de Paris are gorgeous boats.
The Cachemire is the most luxurious yacht in Paris. Are you looking for private reception up to 800 guests? The monumental Paquebot is the place with a gigantic dining room, a triple deck and two magnificent outside chimneys can be reserved for 180 to 800 guests.
For individuals, get a dream wedding package on a yacht or a Valentine's week-end!
Departure from Quai de Javel (west of the Eiffel Tower) Dinner cruises leave from Port Henri IV (near Bastille). Metro Bastille.
This Seine boat is going across from the Louvre with jazz, piano music and evenings devoted to French songs makes really an excellent charming choice.
Depart from the Quai Malaquais opposite of the Louvre and just west of the Pont des Arts footbridge. Metro Louvre-Rivoli
Arc de Triomphe
Bois de Vincennes
Bois de Boulogne
Jardin du Luxembourg
Philharmonie de Paris