Paris boat tours and cruises are an absolute must-do if you wish to enjoy the charms of the city from a different perspective. Whether you’re looking for a romantic experience or a day of holistic sightseeing, there’s something about a Seine River cruise or a simple boat ride down the river that can make your trip to the City of Light a truly memorable one. Paris cruises can be in the form of a day or night cruise; lunch or dinner one- there are experiences tailored to suit all kinds of preferences.
Paris is a dream destination for every traveler. Even just a casual stroll around the key landmarks like Eiffel Tower and the Louvre will render one speechless. To make the most of the world’s romantic city, what can be better than taking a Paris boat tour or Seine River cruise with champagne in your hand and sailing past gorgeous attractions?!
France’s third largest river, the Seine extends over 485 miles from Dijon to the English Channel. It has been a subject of many prominent artists’ creations including Monet’s Bathers at La Grenouillere. The legend has that Joan of Arc’s ashes were scattered at Rouen.
The best time to book a Seine River cruise is around the sunset to relish the spectacular nightly views of Paris under the starry skies.
Boat tours in Paris can last anytime between 1 to 3 hours and provide an idyllic sightseeing experience that’s perfect for lovers, a trip with friends, or a relaxing family vacation.
Many people use the metro to get around. Check your starting point and head to the nearest station: For many trips, Pont de l’Alma is the starting point.
You can choose from a range of Seine River Cruises depending on your preference and availability. You can also get added inclusions like live music, choice of the dinner menu, reserved entrance, and more.
Sip on a glass of bubbly as you admire attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Champs de Mars, Les Invalides, Notre Dame Cathedral, Pont Neuf, and more from the water.
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