ENJOYING PARIS’ RIVER SEINE

When one thinks of Paris what immediately comes to mind are: Eiffel Tower, Arc of Triumph, Museé D’orsay, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, wonderful wine, wonderful cheese and wonderful food at all, and how can one forget the romantic River Seine?

I could fill in lots of pages writing about all of them as they inspire and catch the eyes of every single visitor in Paris but despite the wide range of museums, cathedrals, bistros, restaurants, charming streets and boulevards this article aims on how to enjoy the most of River Seine.

Below follows 5 tours to enjoy it:

1- SEINE RIVER CRUISE WITH CHAMPAGNE OR SNACK

Experience Paris from its historic waterway on a 1-hour cruise down the River Seine. Sip a glass of sparkling Champagne or enjoy a small snack (french crêpe) as you listen to the on-board audio commentary. Sail past the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower and more. The audio-guide is available in French, English and Spanish.

You can buy a ticket for this tour in advance. Just CLICK HERE and check availability.

 

 

 

 

2- SIGHTSEEING CRUISE ON RIVER SEINE

Enjoy panoramic views of the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Musée d’Orsay, and many more UNESCO World Heritage Sites from the waters of the Seine. Hop on for an unforgettable trip through the heart of Paris.

This sightseeing cruise is a charming journey through the heart and soul of the City of Lights. You’ll really get to know Paris as you pass beneath the famous Pont Neuf and other elegant bridges, gaze at Notre Dame Cathedral, and watch the city in action.

The captivating audio commentary will fill you in on the architects, generals, lovers and artists who helped shape Paris’s unique history.

You can buy a ticket for this tour in advance. Just CLICK HERE and check availability.

 

 

 

 

3- GOURMET DINNER CRUISE ON RIVER SEINE

Climb aboard a panoramic pleasure boat for a 2.5-hour dinner cruise along the River Seine in central Paris, and enjoy an à-la-carte 3-course meal as you take in views of the monuments, floodlit for the night.

The entirely glassed-in boat is of a contemporary design, with on board toilets for your comfort. See the historic quays of the Seine, and cruise past the golden dome of Les Invalides. Marvel at the bombastic buildings of the French Parliament, and the former Beaux-Arts railway station of the Musée d’Orsay.

Get up close to the Gothic façade of Notre Dame Cathedral, see the imposing former prison of the Conciergerie, and cruise under some of the city’s most historic bridges.

Live music will be played to set the scene, providing a relaxing backdrop to your meal of chef-prepared traditional cuisine.

You can buy a ticket for this tour in advance. Just CLICK HERE and check availability.

 

4- LUNCH RIVER CRUISE ON RIVER SEINE

Enjoy an à-la-carte lunch on board a panoramic pleasure boat on a 2-hour cruise through Paris. See the monuments lining the banks of the French capital’s historic waterway, such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame, as you relax with on board entertainment.

You can buy a ticket for this tour in advance. Just CLICK HERE and check availability.

 

 

 

 

 

5- RIVER CRUISE & PIZZA BY EIFFEL TOWER

Climb aboard a pleasure boat for a 1-hour cruise through the center of Paris and see the sights of the city from the River Seine. Glide past iconic attractions, such as the Grand Palais, Louvre Museum and Musée d’Orsay. Get up-close to the Notre Dame Cathedral on the Île de la Cité, where medieval Paris was founded.

Hear intriguing anecdotes about the colorful history of Paris via the on board audio commentary. Float gently past romantic bridges and iconic monuments on the banks of the river, including the legendary Eiffel Tower.

Before or after your cruise, take a moment to enjoy a homemade pizza that is prepared right in front of you. Choose your pizza and beverage (wine, beer or a soft drink) and eat your meal on a terrace at the foot of the Eiffel Tower with beautiful views of the Trocadéro.

You can buy a ticket for this tour in advance. Just CLICK HERE and check availability.

 

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