Kryssning med sightseeing på floden Seine i Paris med hop-on-hop-off
Ombord på en flodbåt med panoramautsikt och sittplatser på däck och nedre däck kan du beundra stadens populära sevärdheter, såsom Notre-Dame-katedralen med sin vackra franskgotiska arkitektur, och Hôtel de Ville, där Paris borgmästare har sitt kontor.
Passera det stilfulla kvarteret Saint-Germain-des-Prés med sina livliga butiker och prestigefyllda konstgallerier, och hoppa av vid Eiffeltornet och låt dig förundras över ett av världens mest ikoniska arkitektoniska verk. Längs vägen kan du även hoppa av vid de berömda museerna Louvren och Musée d'Orsay, där du kan se en oöverträffad samling renässanskonst.
Biljetten ger dig möjlighet att välja att sitta kvar på båten ett helt varv (cirka 1,5–2 timmar), eller stiga på och kliva av vid vilka som helst av de åtta hållplatserna längs floden Seine för att utforska Paris otaliga härligheter.
Hållplatser för kryssningen längs floden Seine med hop-on/hop-off:
• Musée d'Orsay
• Katedralen Notre-Dame
• Jardin des Plantes
• Hôtel de Ville
• Louvren (mellan Pont Royal och Pont du Carrousel)
• Pont Alexandre III/Invalides (du kan inte lösa in kupongen här, utan du måste hämta ut biljetten vid någon av de andra hållplatserna)
Obs! Under de tider när flodnivån är ovanligt hög, kan vissa hållplatser vara stängda och alternativa rutter erbjudas.
- Hop-on hop-off kryssning
- Entré/inträde - Jardin des Plantes
- Entré/inträde - Seine River
- Entré/inträde - Saint Germain des Pres Quarter
- Entré/inträde - Champs-Elysees
- Entré/inträde - Batobus
- Entré/inträde - Pont du Carrousel
- Entré/inträde - Beaugrenelle Paris
- Mat och dryck
- Hotell pickup och drop-off
- En bekräftelse skickas vid bokningstillfället
- Vänligen kontrollera säsongens avgångstid
- Du måste byta din kupong för att få biljetterna innan du går ombord. Du kan göra det i alla Batobus-stationer utom Pont Alexandre III / Invalides
- Inte anpassat för rullstol
- Servicedjur tillåtna
- Nära kollektivtrafik
- De flesta resenärer kan delta
I recommend the batobus to get away from the busy streets and take a break from long walks. On the negative side, it is not a good transportation mode when it rains or if it is too hot and sunny.
Great. Never had to wait too long, except the very first pick up in the morning. Always got adjacent seats to sit. To board make sure you get the exact location from the website. Also, you need to climb steps to get from the boarding dock to the street level. So, not recommended if you have difficulty going up and down steps, but else a great way to see all the major attractions along the Seine.
Convenient but since it was raining hard we lost our money for the batobus on this first day we booked it.
Purchased 2 vouchers online and exchanged for tickets at boarding point ((Louvre). Lost one ticket when stopping off at Notre Dame later in day. Explained situation at ticket office and showed Batobus staff my evoucher. However staff categorically refused to re-issue ticket or allow me to board any boat. I was told to pay full price again for new ticket! Totally unacceptable!!!
The hop on, hop off was an excellent way for my friends and I to see Paris in a short amount of time. Would do it again !
We stay near the Notre dame, in the Latin Quarter. The hop on/ off River boats have 9 stops and is a very lovely realaxing way to travel if you don't want to use the metro or buses. Highly recommended
This is a great way to get around the city. It was so easy. Wish we had gotten the 48 hr. pass instead of the 24 hr. pass. Your pass is good for 24 hrs from when you use it. So if you use it at 5 pm, you have until 5 pm the next day to use it. If you get the 48 hr pass, you could potentially use it for 3 days, depending on you times.
Great tour. Great way to get around Paris. Always on time. Boat was clean. Friendly. Easy to buy tickets online if possible.
This is a great way to see the sights from the Seine River. Boats were frequent with easy access to the main attractions. Look for the Boatabus sign on the pier.
Effective way to see Paris while road traiifics is always busy. Stops in every top attraction and beuatiful places made ourselves to visit these beuatiful places in an efficient time
Would recommend this if you have time constraints. It stops at all the major “sites” and it’s cheap! Would use this again!
This was a great way to get to the main attractions in Paris along the Seine. There were plenty of seats and the staff was kind.
Overall it was not bad. They made us wait 50 minutes when we were told the each boat is at 25 minutes intervals. And there was no communication regarding the delay.
We were in Paris for the first time and found our hop-on hop-off boat perfect for efficiently getting us to all the top attractions quickly and easily ..and we had great views all along the river that the metro couldn't possibly deliver!
The locations to board were easy to find and near monuments. The boats came and went often. There were vending machines on board, if needed. We always found seats. It was a great experience.
Great way to see the best attractions from the river and was a nice break in between seeing and walking the sights! Covered so when it rained a little it was no big deal.
No one told us one of the stops was not in operation, our map showed the stop. We were told we had been given an old map. Wasted almost 1 1/2 hours of our day:(
Great, with the online tickets got the cards for hoping on and off the cruise. There was no line and the boats were half empty. The weather outside was bad so the cruise was perfect for the day.
The hop on hop off facility was good for getting to the main points of interest but I was not as informative as the hop on hop off big bus experience.
I purchased a Seine River Hop-On Hop-Off cruise for May 7th. Our hotel was in the Grenelle area, and we walked to see where the Batobus port was across from the Eiffel Tower. There was a sign that listed the drop off areas were, and the Beaugrenelle was listed just before the Eiffel Tower port. We had a 10:15am tour of the Eiffel Tower purchased from TripAdvisor (which was changed to 10:30am by the local tour company). After the Eiffel Tower, we walked back to the hotel because we had to go online and check in for our return flight the next day. We had intended to walk to the Beaugrenelle port to use this as our base for the one day Seine River cruise. We wasted one hour walking up and down the two large port areas, and could not find the Batobus Beaugrenelle port. So we walked to the Batobus port near the Eiffel Tower, and checked in with our prepaid Viator vouchers. We asked them where the Beaugrenelle port was, and the response was that the river is too high, and their boats can not safely go under the bridges. These people are too stupid to remove the Beaugrenelle port from the sign near the Eiffel Tower. The Seine River cruise was good, and we used the hop-on and hop-off feature, but it would have been better if we knew that the Beaugrenelle port was no longer used. We would have then taken the cruise right after the Eiffel Tower tour, and then walked back to the hotel in Grenelle. Batobus employees are stupid!
The boat was always clean and on time. Staff was always cheerful with their greetings and never failed to answer any queries you may have. The boat stops near the major tourist attractions and monuments. Will definitely take this again. Price is reasonable. Highly recommended. Many thanks for making our holiday more enjoyable.
Easy to get the ticket and convenient. Great for getting around downtown Paris. Multiple stops along the River. The announcements were a little garbled and hard to understand though.
Great way to get around but no explanation of anything passing by. Ended service very early in the day.
Really great. Nice personnel and a great way to see the sites. When raining glass cover is convenient.
Excellent!! Great way to see Paris from the Seine and use a water taxi. Easy to find and use. All the main stops are there.
This was a fun thing to do and a great way to see Paris. We did not fully utilize this, and regret it.
Excellent way to get your bearings.Every stop had something to offer. We stopped at the Notre-Dame and Champs Elysees.