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Discover Paris in 9 stops with Batobus: Eiffel Tower, Invalides/Pont Alexandre III ( opening summer ) Musée d’Orsay, St Germain des Prés, Notre-Dame. Batobus takes you to the heart of Paris, with stops at all of the main tourist sites, including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. With 9 stops on the route, Batobus. The Batobus is a very different kind of transport in Paris being like a bus system on the River Seine that Paris Tourist Map Access to the Louvre Batobus stop.
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Yet these water buses in Paris do not zig-zag across the river, you just have to wait until the Batobus reaches the stop you want on its circuit, but to follow is a taste of just some of the tourist attractions, monuments and landmarks in Paris that you could discover within walking distance of the Batobus stops.
The City Hall Batobus stop At The Hotel de Ville stop, which is also known as the City Hall Batobus stop, you will be able to discover old houses looking out onto cobbled streets from days gone by, within the Saint-Paul and saint-Gervais areas along with the Hotel de Ville.
The Louvre Batobus stop Located in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, back in the early part of the s, the port at The Louvre saw the arrival of the first steamboat called the Elise, which was watched by hundreds of people. Yet today, it is this area that has become more popular because of visiting the most famous museum in Paris and the most well renowned art museum in the world called the Musee du Louvre.
Plus there is the Arc de Triomphe du Carrouselwhich is one of the monuments in Paris that was constructed for Napoleon Bonaparte Ialong with many luxury boutiques, and antique shops to browse.
Access to the Louvre Batobus stop The Quai du Louvre is located between the Pont Royal and the Pont du Carrousel bridges, and if you think about walking from the Musee du Louvre towards the quays on the River Seine, you would then turn right and walk for around m, which is just before you would cross the Pont du Carrousel.
And it is here that you will find the steps that lead down to the Batobus stop on the batobks. The Champs Elysees Batobus stop The most famous Avenue in the World, is the Champs Elysees, which translates to Elysian Fields in Greek, and is one of the well known tourist attractions and landmarks in Paris that has a rich history and baatobus a beautiful tree lined avenue.
The Avenue des Champs Elysees runs from the Place de la Concorde with the Luxor Obeliskup to the Place Charles de Gaulle with the mzp Arc de Triomphewhich was the triumphal arch commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte I and now home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with its eternal flame along with a museum on the history of the Arc de Triomphe.
This avenue has become a place to shop, eat out in Paris and one of the most visited streets in Paris, and yet it is also the setting for maap street parades, military parades and ceremonies, like those related to the French revolution on the French National Holiday of 14th July each year. Disembarking at the Champs Elysees stop, you could also visit the Avenue Montaigne that is home to numerous high-end boutiques such Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, Dolce and Gabanna, along with the fabulous Plaza Athenee hotel.
Then you would make your way down stairs, which are situated to the left of the Pont Alexandre III in order to find this particular Batobus stop.
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The Eiffel Tower Batobus stop The most famous of all landmarks in France is of course the Eiffel Tower, which is opposite the Trocadero Gardensand the Champs de Mars that was the former military drill ground at the foot of this tower with its incredible illuminations. Plus you have the unusual Paris sewers museum called the Musee des Egouts along with the incredible CineAqua aquarium for something entirely different.
Accessing the Eiffel Tower Stop Located in the 7th Arrondissement of Paris, the Port de la Bourdonnais is at the foot of the Eiffel Tower opposite the Trocadero Gardens, so you just need to cross the street and walk down the stairs at the right hand corner of the Pont de Iena. The Saint-Germain-des-Pres Batobus stop The abbots were the first people to settle in this area of Paris and they brought with them money and knowledge and then the Academie Francaise or French academy for literature, art, etc was formed along with the Ecole des Beaux Arts art school.
Therefore Saint-Germain-des-Pres has always been regarded as a place for literature, art and philosophy and there are numerous bookshops and galleries. However, there is much more to this popular area of Paris, such as the old apartment and studio of an artist, called the Musee Eugene Delacroixthe Saint Sulpice church, the Musee Clunywhich is also known as the Musee du Moyen-Age, many different historic quays and the oldest called the Quai des Grands-Augustins dates back to the early s.
Access to the Saint-Germain-des-Pres stop The Batobuses stop at the Quai Malaquais, which is close to the Institute de France in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris and by following the Rue Bonaparte you will reach the quay, and you just have to cross the road and go down the steps to the river bank in order to access this particular stop.
It became the official kings residence and La Conciergeriewhich was a palace, that was then turned into a batonus where Marie Antoinette was held, is just one of the places you can visit.
Just along the River Seine there was a port that once brought the firewood to the city and even today, the Ile de la Cite can only be reached either by boat, or one of the bridges like the Pont Neufwhich is actually the oldest bridge across the River Seine.
However, on this island there is also much more to see such as the Saint Chapelle chapel and the impressive Notre Dame Cathedral, which is also known as the Notre Dame de Paris.
So, to access the Batobus stop, you would need to go to the Quai de Montebello and walk around m upstream from the Pont au Double, then take the stairs down to the river and the quay.
The Jardin des Plantes Batobus stop Incredibly, this stop used to be a beach for people to wash in until bathing in the River Seine was forbidden and the first baths were opened towards the end of the s. Since then, the area has been home to many warehouse and there were trade ports constructed plus there was a a large herb garden constructed and then a natural history museum was starting to get established.
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Today, you can still get to see the botanical gardens of the Jardin des Plantes along with barobus museums and a small zoo and nearby is the Grande Mosque and the Institut du Monde Arabalong with the Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Batovus open air sculpture museum.
From there you would need to walk upstream towards Pont d’Austerlitz and through the Jardin Tino Rossi, which is the beautiful open air sculpture garden. So as you can imagine with all these different stops this form mao transport in Paris has also become very popular with the locals, as well as a great way for visitors or tourists looking at seeing this remarkable city in a more relaxed way. The Batobus water bus stops on the River Seine in Paris The Batobus is a water bus, which is a very different kind of transport in Paris and is designed to enable people that are on holiday in Paris to reach many of the monuments, landmarks and different tourist attractions in Paris.
In addition to these there are also three stops on the Right Bank of the River seine, which are the Hotel de Ville, the Louvre Museum and the Champs Elysees Avenuebefore the glass covered boats go kap round the most famous monument in Pariswhich is of vatobus the Eiffel tower. About Us Linking to us Contact us.