Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise
Port de la Bourdonnais, 75007, Paris 7e
Nearest metro: Trocadero; Bir-Hakeim
Tel: +33 1 76 64 14 45
High season (April–September): 10.00–22.30 every 30 minutes.
Low season (October–March): 10.00–22.00 every hour at least, plus a few departures on the half-hour.
Note: Each cruise lasts for one hour.
Please contact the attraction regarding accessibility
Paris Pass Benefits:
Free hour long river cruise with The Paris Pass
Normal Entry Price: Adult: €13.00 Child: €5.00
Cruise up the majestic Seine and discover the sights of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as you could never hope to from land.
This hour long river cruise delivers spectacular and hidden views of this magnificent city. An informative historical and cultural commentary is available in English and on-board guides occasionally take the microphone to inform Paris visitors about current events, exhibits, and festivals.
The main Bateaux Parisiens pier is located close to the Eiffel Tower. Do not miss this wonderful opportunity for any Paris visitor to better understand the geography of the city, to learn more of the history, and to see this city from a new perspective.
Check out the full list of attractions in Paris you can visit for free with a Paris Pass.
Te Paris Pass was incredibly useful and great vaue for money. Not only allowing the benefits of saving so much on entrance fees and travel, but also helping skip the lines - at the Louvre in particular - saving hours queueing.
I've used the Pass a couple of times and each has been highly successful.
Les Carros Rouge took us to the important places in Paris like The Eiffel Tower, Le Arc de Triumph, Notre Dame and by the Seine River and many more with an explanation at each stop of each place and its importance. The Paris Pass allowed us to use Les Carros Rouge for two days free. The Paris Pass gave us a ticket for five days on the Metro and a five day ticket for the local buses. This helped us get back to our condo which was about five miles outside of downtown Paris near the Bois de Vincennes.It allowed us into the Musee de Orsay and Versailles. Using it gave us a feel of how the French people use the Metro and how they live and get around. It allowed us a ride on the Les bateaux, the riverboat on the Seine.
I was advised by colleague about this project and decided to try. And happy to know about this. Really helped to organize my trip and minimize costs. Also saved a lot of time to research landmarks as all mentioned in Paris pass book. Please note that 4-day metro pass is actually valid for 5 days ;)