You want to visit Paris, but you're tired of being on the road, in a car, or even on the metro? You should know that there is another way to discover the capital: by boat! Indeed, cruises allow you to travel along the Seine quietly while admiring the landscape and the architecture from a boat.
An authentic moment of relaxation for you, your family, and your friends. A unique view of the City of Lights!
You can choose from several itineraries depending on you on what you want to see and how long you want to stay on the boat:
70-minute stroll on Parisian waters:
Onboarding is next to the Alma bridge, at the Bateaux-Mouches pier. It's one of the most popular cruises because it's the simplest, most economical, and shortest in terms of time. For tourists, this cruise is a complete package because it goes by all the main attractions and monuments and Parisian "must-sees":
We recommend it for people with a tight budget and schedule. You can also hop on this cruise at the end of the day or even at night in high season to experience the City of lights and the Eiffel Tower at its best.
Cruise and free time:
On the program are two hours on the Seine with stops to explore the City on foot. A good combination for those who want to explore some of the main tourist attractions more closely.
This cruise is very popular with visitors and Parisians, as it can be used as both public transportation and an excursion. In short, everyone can get off and on at different stops or stay on board for a full tour. This cruise operates on a one or two-day pass system. You only pay once and can embark as often as you wish during this period. Like the previous cruise, the boats also sail in the evening.
This cruise goes through the following:
The Eiffel Tower
The Orsay Museum
The Cathedral of Notre-Dame
The Jardin des Plantes/The Fashion City
The City Hall
The Louvre Museum
The Champs Elysées
Les Invalides/Alexandre III Bridge
A cruise, yes, but not without the Eiffel Tower.
Of course, coming to Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower is like eating a rum baba without rum. Something essential is missing. For this, there is a combined cruise - Eiffel Tower, which allows you to do both visits in a row. This package is convenient; you save money and time and skip the queues.
A guide will accompany you to the top of the Eiffel. Then you will be able to join the docks for your trip on the Seine river.
For those who wish to extend the experience, adding a "Tourist Bus" option to this package is possible. This complete package is perfect for discovering the City from every angle through different paths. During the visit on board a panoramic bus, a guide will share the history and stories of each district and the capital's monuments.
During this combined Eiffel Tower - cruise - bus, you will have the opportunity to visit :