For 800 years, Paris has embellished the Seine river banks, now a spectacular Unesco world heritage sight.
The Seine river is lined with beautiful quays and crossed by 37 bridges, including Pont Neuf (1607), Passerelle des Arts (1801), Pont Alexandre III (1900). Many Paris famous sights are on the Seine river banks, including Notre-Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Orsay Museum, Palais de Chaillot. Find these sights on the map below with links to details.
With so many Paris sights to see from the Seine River, take a Seine river cruise during your next Paris visit.
As a starter, you can do the one hour Seine cruise with Bateaux Parisiens or Vedettes du Ponf Neuf.
You want your Paris stay to be memorable. Go for the dinner cruise or for the royal Seine night cruise with dinner at Eiffel Tower and Moulin Rouge cabaret.
A free Seine River Cruise, worth 12 euros is included in the 2 day 117 euros Paris Pass. The Paris Pass is both economical and practical: free entrance to 55 top Paris museums and monuments, free Seine River Cruise, free french wine tasting, free travel on Paris metro and buses, free hop-on-hop-off tourist bus tour of Paris, exclusive offers at Paris shops and restaurants.