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Batobus Route

Batobus Route

To give you a truly unique experience, Batobus has 9 stops that take you to the best neighborhoods and landmarks in Paris.

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Round-trip loop

2 h

Time between stops

~ 15 min

Nearest Stop

What to see near the 9 Batobus stops ?

Get the most out of every stop with our themed neighborhood itineraries

Jardin des plantes

Jardin des plantes

Discovery and the great outdoors in Paris

Welcome to a vibrantly diverse neighborhood. This is where timeless landmarks like the Pantheon cross paths with the lush greenery of the Jardin des Plantes. Where the ultra-modern City of Fashion and Design lies a stone's throw from the cultures of the Arab world.

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Hôtel de ville

Hôtel de ville

Young and trendy Paris

Explore the bustling narrow streets in the Marais, stroll through the hip clothing shops on rue des Rosiers and the art galleries in Place des Vosges. Dive into modern art at the Pompidou Center. There's no shortage of things to do here.

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Louvre

Louvre

The cultural heart of the city

This is the arts district of Paris. A stop not to be missed. Immerse yourself in thousands of masterpieces at the Louvre Museum and browse the shops on rue de Rivoli. In the summertime, watch Parisians sunbathing and enjoy the events in the Tuileries Garden.

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Place de la Concorde

Place de la Concorde

A Paris Wonderland

Place de la Concorde features an imposing obelisk given to France by Egypt and it's the perfect place to start if you don’t want to miss a thing on the Champs-Élysées. A legendary place that overwhelms the senses, take a stroll and soak in all the splendor Paris has to offer.

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Tour Eiffel

Tour Eiffel

The Universal Symbol of Paris

A tourist destination with much more in store than the Eiffel Tower. The area surrounding the famed “Iron Lady” is chock-full of cultural attractions like the museums on Quai Branly, the monuments at Trocadéro, and the lush green spaces on the Champ de Mars.

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Invalides

Invalides

A military outpost in the city

The Invalides takes you back to a historical time in France, the era of Louis XIV, Napoleon I and the soldiers who fought for its sovereignty. Extend your walk along the banks of the Seine by stopping at a refreshment stand under Pont Alexandre III, the most ornate bridge in the city.

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Musée d'Orsay

Musée d'Orsay

Chic Rive Gauche

Du quai des antiquaires au Bon Marché, en passant par la rue du Bac, vous êtes dans le très chic 7ème arrondissement de la capitale. Architecture élégante, boutiques raffinées… Tout ici témoigne de l’esprit rive gauche de Paris.

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Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Saint-Germain-des-Prés

The Latin Quarter for Intellectuals

Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, Juliette Gréco and Serge Gainsbourg, François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard are just a few of the most celebrated French artists and intellectuals who have a history with the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood.

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Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Historic Paris

You are literally in the heart of Paris. Paris was born on Ile de la Cité. Explore the island home of the kings in the Middle Ages, their palaces and gems of Gothic architecture, then walk across Pont Neuf and stroll through the Latin Quarter.

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