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
Port de la Bourdonnais.
At the foot of the 1,710 steps of a great Parisian landmark.
Quai de Solférino.
Next to the museum, a stop leading to the world of the Impressionists.
Near the Institut de France,
the Paris of artists and intellectuals.
Quai de Montebello.
The architectural harmony of the cathedral and the carefree student atmosphere of the Latin Quarter.
Jardin des Plantes
Close to Pont d'Austerlitz.
An invitation to discover a quarter where nature, history and culture rub shoulders.
Hotel de Ville
Close to Pont d'Arcole.
The City Hall stop leads to the richness and contrasts of the Marais district and the Pompidou Centre.
Between Pont Royal and Pont du Carrousel. Reveals a quarter where history and history of art are one.
Close to Pont Alexandre III.
Mythical Paris-the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais and Avenue Montaigne.
The Batobus fleet, designed specially for navigation on the Seine, now consists of 6 trimarans with an original, modern design.
The boats have twin electric propulsion (fore and aft) and can be swung a full 360°. Manoeuvres are thus faster and easier, with great stability.
Priority has been awarded to passenger comfort. The boats are entirely glassed-over, heated and the engine compartment soundproofed.
An area is equipped for carrying bicycles in the bows and an open deck at the rear provides magnificent views of the banks of the Seine and the many magnificent buildings along them.
The ferries are called the Vendôme, the Odéon, the Rivoli, the Trocadéro, the Bastille and, finally, the Dauphine, launched in July 2005.
Two boats for 150 passengers complete the fleet during busy periods.