See the “City of Lights” lit up for the night on a 1-hour illuminations cruise of Paris. Glide down the River Seine past fabulous monuments ablaze…
Skip the line to the Eiffel Tower and Louvre! Save hours of waiting time and discover 2 of Paris's most visited landmarks with ease. Sit back and…
Admire the iconic sights of Paris on a Seine River cruise aboard a glass-topped trimaran. Enjoy audioguide commentary available in 13 languages about…
Discover Paris at your own pace from the River Seine with a 1 or 2-day pass to the Batobus riverboat shuttle service. Board and alight where you want…
Discover the highlights of Paris as day turns to night on a 1.2-hour cruise aboard “La Marina de Paris.” Enjoy a gourmet menu of classic French…
Tour Paris by bus and by boat and see it magically lit up by night. Get panoramic views from the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, and cruise along the…
The Seine might be one of the world's most scenic urban rivers, flanked by exquisite monuments such as Notre Dame and the Arc de Triomphe. A cruise is the best way to enjoy it as long as you don't forget anything essential! Here's what to pack.
Even if all's calm on the City of Love's streets, its river is exposed and highly susceptible to strong winds. Even in summer you might need a good jacket!
Again, the Seine is exposed and so are you. If you're not seeing the sights by night, you'll want to see them on a sunny day. Keep yourself protected!
Many of Paris' most famous sights can be seen by boat, opening the door to some fantastic photo opportunities. If you have them, enhance the experience by bringing binoculars too!
Unless you're taking a dinner cruise of course! But even then you should think about bringing your own water bottle.
Corny? Perhaps. But hey, it's Paris! Why not check out some other tour options to round off a romantic day?
A Seine river cruise can cost anything from €10 per person for a basic boat tour to upwards of €200 for a candle-lit, gourmet dinner cruise by night.
776 kilometers. Oh wait, you meant the cruise? With dinner and entertainment you could be looking at up to 4 hours, but if you don't have that kind of time to spare, the less expensive ones should only take an hour!
- When to visitPlease check individual tour times, which vary by activity.
- What is the price?Prices can be anywhere from €10 to €200, depending on what is included.
- Will I need a guide?Many tours provide narration along the way, but you may want to look online for more information or bring a guidebook.
- How to get thereTours start at varying locations along the river, which is dotted with other top attractions.
- Additional tipsMake sure you pack accordingly! | Plan ahead as tour prices, times and starting locations vary.
What People Are Saying About Seine River
Recommended for family trip... especially like me who bring 2 kids even babies....
Was an enjoyable evening. No problems with cruise. You can sit inside and listen to audio about upcoming places or go on top of boat and view the journey.
Totally enjoyed this cruise, only critique would be that they charged extra for the beef main option. With the language difference and accents, it wasn't 100% clear and ended up with a bill at the end on top of what had already been paid. Really good otherwise. :)
the eifffel tour had a short 5 minute walk from the meeting point. stephanie the guide gave us some interesting facts about the tour. after getting to 2nd deck you were on your own. a great deal and afterwards the river cruise was relaxing.
Well worth it to skip the line for Eiffel Tower and make it to the top! Our guide was enthusiastic and very informative. There's alot to explore about the tower so we spent most of our day there. Good thing is after our guide finished the rest of the package is at your own pace, which is great when traveling with little kids. The River Cruise is right next to the Eiffel Tower so we were able to catch it in the afternoon and that was great. Option to take tour outside and go inside once it got too cold. We visited the Louvre the next day, and made the mad dash to see the Mona Lisa, but one day really isn't enough for this magnicent museum. We had a chance to have a meal and pastries at Le Café Richelieu - Angelina... really good! We'll work it!!!