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Seine River Cruise

Get delighted with the magnificent views of the city along the Seine River, on board the Bateaux Mouches.

Nearby Attractions

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Place de la Concorde
One of the major public squares in the city centre, well-known for its fountains and obelisk - and its bloody history.
The Eiffel Tower
Completed in 1889 amid much controversy, the Eiffel Tower has become a symbol of Parisian style and success.
Trocadero
A historical area that offers spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower from across the River Seine.
Les Berges River Path
A pedestrianised recreation pathway along the river's edge
Rue Cler Market
Authentic Parisian market with many little stalls selling fresh produce. Where the locals shop.
Yves Saint Laurent
An iconic French designed who altered the face of Parisian fashion during the 20th century.

Related Tours

Central Paris & Bohemian Montmartre: Full Day Highlights
Uncover the history and art of the quintessentially Parisian neighbourhoods on this tour.

  • Begin crossing onto Île de la Cité.
  • Pass into the Latin Quarter. Explore its colourful streets and back alleys.
  • Amble through The Louvre courtyards, The Tuileries gardens & Place de la Concorde.
  • Travel by metro to bohemian Montmartre, ascend to the highest point in Paris.
  • See the Sacré Coeur, Van Gogh’s former home and the city's last Vineyard.
  • Get well acquainted with the city's topography -  all neighbourhoods and attractions in walking distance.
Begin your walking tour at the medieval Île de la Cité. This small island on the Seine is the most ancient point in Paris. Explore its crooked streets and marvel at Notre Dame's intricate interior and exterior. Pass over the famous ‘love locks bridge’ and into the Latin Quarter. Uncover its most flavoursome streets and treasures. Next reach the Louvre, marvel at the architecture and explore its numerous beautiful courtyards. Then pass through the Tuileries Gardens to the Place de la Concorde, the famous execution site of Louis XVI during the French Revolution. 

The second part of your tour takes you to the bohemian Montmartre neighbourhood. By metro, you will quickly arrive at the steps of the Sacré Coeur. Ascend by tram or foot to the highest point in the city and take in the most spectacular, panoramic views. Explore Montmartre's vibrant streets, where artists and craftsmen sell their work. See where Vincent Van Gogh resided as a young man, and visit the last remaining vineyard in Paris. Finish the tour seeing the famous Moulin Rouge and its iconic neon windmill.
Latin Quarter and Seine Cruise
This tour acts as the perfect introduction to Paris' history, culture and most interesting neighbourhoods.

  • Begin by learning the history of iconic Notre Dame.
  • See Paris in all its wonderful different forms: from medieval  Île de la Cité to the vibrant, artsy hub of the Latin Quarter.
  • Travel down the Seine by river cruise and experience the picturesque area around the Eiffel Tower.
  • Return by river cruise to Paris' well connected historical centre.
Begin the walking portion of your tour at the famous Notre Dame before passing over the famous ‘love locks bridge’ into the Latin Quarter. Pay visits to historical bookshops, once frequented by the likes of Hemingway and Orwell, and explore an area that is renowned for being the starting point of the May 68' Revolution as well as the home of French intellectual thought.

Next, take in the amazing sights on a cruise down the Seine to the Eiffel Tower. An iconic residential neighbourhood with French noble associations, the seventh arrondissement comprises some of the most amazing gardens, eateries and markets in Paris. You will also find the city’s oldest department store here. Work with your guide to sample some of the best sights in the local area. Then return to centrally located  Île de la Cité by cruise or take the time to explore the stunning area around the Eiffel Tower at night on your own. 
Paris by Night: Seine Cruise and Walking Tour
Experience the majesty of the City of Lights with an evening walk through Paris' most romantic and scenic areas –medieval Île de la Cité and the Latin Quarter. Take a relaxing cruise ride along the Seine to the seventh arrondissement, where the Eiffel Tower is found. Expect some fine photo opportunities to crop up on the way!

  • Experience the wonders of Paris at night with your own private local guide.
  • Visit the city's most beautiful and romantic neighbourhoods.
  • See Paris in all its wonderful different guises: from medieval  Île de la Cité to the vibrant, artsy hub of the Latin Quarter.
  • Travel down the Seine by river cruise at night and experience the picturesque area around the Eiffel Tower.
  • End your tour in the buzzing cultural hub of the Latin Quarter - bars and jazz clubs galore.
You will begin your walking tour at the famous Notre Dame, the perfect gothic attraction for a visit late in the day. Then pass over the famous ‘love locks bridge’ and board a cruise that will whisk you along the Seine, with all of its scenic points of interest on display, to the Eiffel Tower. Soak up the tranquil atmosphere of an iconic residential neighbourhood that has French noble associations and is famous for its grand, pristine gardens and luxurious residential homes.

Next, take a cruise back up river and explore the vibrant Latin Quarter. Pay visits to a late-night bookshop, once frequented by the likes of Hemingway and Orwell, and explore a buzzing area that is renowned for being the starting point of the May 68' Revolution as well as the home of French intellectual thought. Plenty of quirky bars, jazz clubs and cool backstreets to explore in the moonlight!

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