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Paris, the French capital is considered to be one of the most romantic cities in Europe and one of the world’s most visited places. The city has a lot to offer from its rich culture and mouth-watering delicacies to its beautiful streets and stunning landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, and many more. But what continues to stand out to this date would be the Seine River cruise experience where you’ll get a chance to indulge in a little of everything making your visit to Paris worthwhile!
Take a Bateaux Parisiens Seine River cruise to immerse in a unique opportunity to capture the city highlights as you enjoy a full-course meal while witnessing some of the finest monuments created on earth. Along with Bateaux Mouches, it is one of Paris' top boat tour companies. The company offers a fleet of luxurious, glass-canopy boats of two kinds, sightseeing boats, and restaurant boats. A well-liked choice for the tour of the Seine river, Bateaux Parisiens allows tourists to board and get off at two popular locations: near the foot of the Eiffel Tower or near Notre Dame Cathedral. Bateaux Parisiens offers sightseeing cruises, lunch and dinner cruises with audio commentary in up to 13 languages. And with over 2.6 million tourists taking up their tours every year, Bateaux Parisien boats make a great choice for a Seine cruise.
Built between 1887 to 1889, the Eiffel Tower is easily one of the most easily recognized structures in the world. View the famous landmark from a different vantage point from the River Seine.
The Palais Bourbon is the official seat of the lower house of the French Parliament, known as the National Assembly. It is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, on the left bank of the Seine.
The Musée d'Orsay is known for its extensive collection of Impressionist art, as well as for displaying Western art dating from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century.
The Institut de France is the seat of five learned societies: the Académie française, the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres, the Académie des Sciences, the Académie des Beaux-arts and the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques.
This neo-classical monument that was originally commissioned by King Louis XV to be built as a church that honors St. Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris. Today, it is a mausoleum for famous French heroes such as Madame Curie, Louis Braille, and Victor Hugo.
Located between the Gare d'Austerlitz and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Cité de la mode et du design (The City of Fashion and Design) is known for its contemporary architecture and, bright green exterior. It is a multi-level arts and culture venue.
The Hôtel de Ville had been the headquarters of the French Revolution, and the Paris Commune. The building was burned by the Paris Commune when defeat seemed imminent. Between 1874 and 1882, the building was rebuilt.
This medieval Catholic cathedral, built between 1163 and 1260, is not only one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture but also a site of great historical and cultural importance. It was the site of Napoleon I's coronation and the setting for Victor Hugo's 'The Hunchback of Notre-Dame'
Originally a royal residence, the Conciergerie was one of the main places of detention during the French Revolution. About 2,780 prisoners, the most famous of them being Marie-Antoinette, were imprisoned here.
The Louvre's beginnings as a museum started as a place to display the royal collection. Over time, the museum has become home to some of the greatest works in the world, including the Mona Lisa.
Les Invalides is a complex of museums and monuments dedicated to the military history of France. You will find the Musée de l'Armée, the military museum of the Army of France, the Musée des Plans-Reliefs, and the Musée d'Histoire Contemporaine, here.
The Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées is an exhibition hall and museum complex that was built between the Champs-Elysees and the Seine River in Paris for the 1900 Exposition Universelle.
Line no. 6 - metro station Bir-Hakeim. If you take this line you'll get a view of the tower as you approach the station.
Line no. 9 - "Trocadéro" station
Line C: Champs de Mars - Tour Eiffel station
Buses 82, 42, 87 and 69 stop near the boarding port.
Line no. 10 - Maubert - Mutualité metro station. The port is a 4-minute walk away.
Line no. 4 - Saint Michel Notre-Dame Station. The port is a 5-minute walk away.
Lines B & C: Champs de Mars - Saint Michel Notre-Dame Station.
Buses 47, 87, N15, N22 stop at the Quai de Montebello bus stop.
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The Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise offers four types of tickets: Sightseeing, Lunch or Brunch Cruises, Dinner Cruises, and combo tour experiences. Book your Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise tickets here.
Yes, the Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise has reopened to visitors with strict COVID-19 safety guidelines put in place. This includes wearing masks, following social distancing protocols, recommending advance booking and lots more.
Most Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruises offer a flexible cancellation and modification process. However, since it can vary for different experiences, guests are advised to refer to each attraction individually.
The Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise tickets will only be valid for the date and time that you book for.
Yes. A wide range of vegetarian dishes are provided to guests during the Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise experience
Yes, guests can avail audio commentary and explanatory leaflets that are available in multiple languages as they board the cruise. Ensure that you carry headphones before arriving at the venue.
The Bateaux Parisiens Seine river cruise is open every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
It departure every hour from 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Sunday from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM) The last departure is one hour before closing hours.
While it depends on each experience, most cruise tours are suitable for individuals with reduced or impaired mobility.