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Seine River Cruise
Seine River Cruise
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Cruise along the Seine river and explore iconic Parisian landmarks, like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Orsay Museum. Some sightseeing cruises also include a 14-language audio guide.
Recommended Tours:Seine River Sightseeing Cruises
Indulge in some delectable French dishes as you cruise the canals of Paris. Sip on some Chardonnay Viognier as you take in the stunning vistas that glow under the afternoon sun.
Recommended Tours:Seine River Lunch Cruises
The Seine River Dinner Cruise is as romantic as it gets. Partake in delicious French cuisine and wine, and serenade to a live band as you discover the city of lights on a chilly night.
Recommended Tours:Seine River Dinner Cruises
A combo tour usually involves a visit to a famous tourist attraction in Paris like the Arc de Triomphe or the Orsay Museum. Head over to a rustic cruise after you're done exploring one of the many monuments in Paris.
Sightseeing Cruises are perfect for a quick voyage through Paris. Enjoy flexible boarding time and 6-month extended validity so you can plan your Parisian vacation with ease.
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Operating Hours: 10 AM - 10:30 PM
Go on a Seine River cruise anytime between 10 AM - 10:30 PM. Want to escape the afternoon sun? Hop on a Seine Lunch Cruise or take a romantic dinner cruise after dark.
Seine Cruise Operating Hours: 10 AM - 10:30 PM
Looking to pair your sightseeing with a unique gastronomical experience? Seine Lunch & dinner cruises are for you. Indulge in a 3-course meal as you witness the beauty of Paris.
Duration: 2-3 Hours
Choose your Seine river cruise based on what you want to experience. Sightseeing Cruises offer a great Seine river experience at just €15. If you're looking for something sensational, a Bateaux Parisiens Dinner Cruise at €109 is for you.
The Seine river runs through the heart of Paris in northern France. It is a geographically dividing landmark that unifies the city of lights together in pride. As you sail in the serene water of the Seine, you can catch a glimpse of every eminent landmark in Paris.
The river banks were once the home of popular figures like Van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Napolean Bonaparte. It has also been the subject of many popular impressionist paintings.
Things to See on a Seine River Cruise
Left Bank: Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Orsay Museum, Saint Chapelle, Palais Bourbon
Right Bank: The Louvre Museum, Notre Dame, The Centre Pompidou, Tuileries Garden, City Hall
10 AM - 10 PM
Starts Between 12 - 1 PM
Starts Between 8 - 9:30 PM
March - November
Start Point: Eiffel Tower
Cruise Down the left bank of the Seine River > U-turn at the Sully Bridge
Sail on the right bank of the Seine River > End Point: Eiffel Tower
Most Seine River cruises begin at the Port de la Bourdonnais, located near the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
The Sightseeing cruise, perfect for a quick voyage through Paris, is the most popular Seine river cruise.
Seine river cruises typically last around 1-2 hours depending on the type of cruise you choose.
Only sightseeing cruises include multilingual audio guides; lunch and dinner cruises do not provide audio guides.
The departure points differ between each cruise. Please refer to your ticket for more information.
The combo Seine River Cruise with Paris City tour is perfect for families as it covers the best of the city from both land and water, and is cost-effective as well.
The Seine River Dinner Cruise is perfect for couples as it is a very romantic experience. You can enjoy delicious French food and wine, accompanied by live music as you see the city come to life around you.
Seine river combos are a great way to explore your favorite Parisian attraction and embark on a lovely cruise afterward.
It depends on the experience you choose. While some offer a refund if canceled within the stipulated time, others may not be canceled, amended or refunded.
Yes, vegetarian options are available on meal-based Seine River Cruises.
The best time would be to go during the off-season, between March to December, since summers tend to get very hot and crowded in Paris.
Not all Seine River Cruises are wheelchair-friendly. However, Bateaux Mouches, which leaves from Pont d'Alma provides easy access from street level, down a mild slope (gravel and concrete) to the boat dock.