Bateaux Parisiens - Seine River Cruise
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What you'll do
Museums, monuments and cathedrals – see them all when you sail down the River Seine on this leisurely cruise.
Take a Seine River Cruise with Go City®
- With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
- Admission to the Bateaux Parisiens sightseeing cruise along the Seine River.
- An audioguide with over 14 programmed languages.
Take a trip on the Seine and get swept away in the city of romance.
You’ll see some of Paris’ most iconic sights on this 60-minute tour, including the Musée d'Orsay, the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame. Start your trip at the iconic Eiffel Tower before drifting downriver towards Notre Dame. The Seine cruise allows you to sail under the famous Pont Neuf bridge, the oldest standing bridge in Paris while giving you an amazing opportunity to learn about the history of the city’s key sights from a whole new perspective.
The all-weather, all-glass sightseeing boats have open-air observation decks offering incredible views of iconic riverside sights as you enjoy the fresh air. Enlightening audioguides are also available in 14 different languages so you can find out more about the must-see landmarks as you pass them. For an alternative view of the city, hop on at sunset and see Paris come to life at night.
Seine River Cruise highlights
Enjoy beautiful views of some of the most iconic landmarks in Paris:
Eiffel Tower – This iconic wrought iron structure is the city’s landmark attraction, not to be missed.
Notre Dame Cathedral – See this famous cathedral on the banks of the Seine and, if you time it right, listen out for the bells.
Musée du Louvre – Located on the right bank of the Seine, this eye-catching museum is the world’s largest.
Musée d’Orsay – See this stunning art museum, housed in the former Gare d'Orsay, a breathtaking Beaux-Arts railway station.
Tuileries Gardens – This gorgeous garden was opened to the public in 1667 – an urban oasis in the heart of the city.
Grand Palais – Marvel at the stone facade, stately statues and bronze quadriga as you pass this grand exhibition hall and museum.
Bibliotheque Nationale de France – The national library of France; an unmissable sight.
Did you know
- The Seine is the second-longest river in France, measuring over 480 miles, it flows from Burgundy through Paris and Normandy before joining the English Channel at Le Havre.
- There are more than 30 bridges that cross the Seine in Paris.
- Joan of Arc's ashes were scattered into the Seine at Rouen.
- The river’s graceful banks were added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1991.
- The Seine has inspired some of history's greatest artists including Matisse, Monet, Dufy and more.
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Know before you go
Getting in: please show your pass at the main ticket desk at Pier 3.
Please note: Bateaux Parisiens holds systematic bag checks and passengers will be required to open their coats and jackets for inspection upon entry. Large luggage of over 16 liters, excluding small backpacks, handbags and laptop cases, will not be accepted within the establishments, including in the cloakroom.
For more information, visit the Bateaux Parisiens official website.
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Where you'll be
Port de la Bourdonnais, Pier 3, Paris, FR
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