The Seine River in Paris
The Seine River is a major river of North Western France, known as one of the popular commercial waterways and an amazing tourist attraction in Paris, France.
One can discover this river on a Seine river cruise or through a walk on the lower pedestrian left bank quays. A tourist can walk on the left bank quays discovering Jardin des Plantes upstream or the Orsay Museum and admire the Parisian landscape. On the Seine River, the traveler can enjoy amazing views, discovering great statues, stationed river boats and monuments like Notre-Dame and Louvre. This place is perfect for walking couples who will find a romantique atmosphere, unique to Paris.
Another excellent way of discovering the Seine River is to opt for a river cruise, where one can buy a Paris pass that gives access to the 'bateaubus' river boats. This kind of cruise offers tour of the historic monuments, historic buildings and ornate bridges.
There are numerous companies that offer day and evening tours of the Seine River, year around. Prior to choosing such tours, one needs to decide whether he would prefer a narrated tour, focusing on Paris history and sights along with arrangement of lunch or dinner other than simply enjoying a show.