Seine River Cruise, Paris

Seine River Cruise, Paris

When visiting Paris, you should not miss a cruise along the River Seine. As you voyage along its beautiful waters, you will find yourself face to face with the city’s splendid museums and monuments. Whether it is a gentle cruise during the day or night, you will get the chance to know and love the soul of the capital of France, through the river banks covering an area that is declared a World Heritage Site.

What to Expect

 

By cruising on this beautiful river, you will have a whole new perspective on the wonderful monuments and landmarks in Paris, such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre, which all lie along its banks. It will show you how wonderful the cafes and architecture that line the city’s boulevard. When you opt for a guided tour by night, you can feel the romance come alive as you watch the place transforming into the City of Lights, while you can experience elegant French dining, combined with the stunning scenery, to make the perfect night.

A River Siene cruise will take you under superb bridges and past romantic spots, transporting you into another world as Paris comes to you. You will see bespoke exterior lighting that turns the city into an immensely alluring theatre where lovers act their unscripted roles. 

Whether you are travelling alone, as a couple or with a family or group, you will have a variety of cruise options to suit your requirements. Cruises are usually held in French and English, but you will also be provided with head-sets that translate commentaries into different languages at your disposal. This ensures that you will not miss a word about the city’s history and other related information.

Planning Your Itinerary

 

Take note that there is one main Seine itinerary that runs between Paris and Caudebec/Honfleur, the gateway to the Cote Fleurie and the great seaside resorts of Deauville and Trouville. In a place that is rich with many attractions, options for shore excursions would vary widely, and operators would make changes by adding longer stays in key ports and tagging on land stays in the city at either end of cruises. So, you can take multiple cruises and engage in something different each time.

When your tour starts at the Paris end, your first call will be at Vernon, taking you to the famous garden of Giverny and Monet. You can also choose to see the Bizy Castle, which is famed for its imposing and 18th-century facade and water gardens of Baroque style. Other calls include Conflans for cruises to Versailles, Les Andelys for cruises to the 12th-century castle Chateau Gaillard of Richard the Lionheart.

More Useful Tips

 

When making reservations for Siene River cruises, make sure you do it ahead of time. Remember that Paris is highly popular with tourists and is a top location for trade fairs and conventions. Also, you have to be flexible, as the conditions of the river can easily change with snowmelt and rain that makes it difficult for boats to fit beneath the spans. This means you have to be prepared to be confined in the lower decks and sometimes travel by motor coach to towns. Moreover, should bring the right gear for the time of the year you are taking the cruise.

By taking a River Siene cruise, you will be able to see the attractions in Paris like never before!


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