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Hop aboard one of Batostar's electric vessels for a tour of the Seine and its islands. Immerse yourself in the rich history of Paris as you cruise through the city and take in the centuries of architecture and culture. The on-board bar and lounge offers light refreshments and delicious drinks. You can even book a vessel for a private event. Visit the website to find out times and pricing information.
This Seine riverboat lets you discover the sights of Paris without having to navigate the city all by yourself. Hop aboard one of their state of the art vessels for a trip around the city, day or night. Cruises will take you past popular attractions like the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Musee d'Orsay, and many more. Special cruises offer champagne tastings, so be sure to visit the website for unique offerings.
Get up close and personal with the River Seine by venturing to the Quai de la Seine. Nestled on the banks of the river, these quays give way to beautiful river sights and tranquil paths. From sunbathers, pedestrians, floating restaurants and more, the quays of the Seine are full of activity and are a true hidden gem of the city.
The main axis of the city, the River Seine is embedded in the layout of Paris. The right bank indicates the northern part of the capital, the left the southern side; it is west of this bank that the elegant Saint Germain-des-Prés district is to be found. The Seine is spanned by 36 bridges, one of the most beautiful being the Pont Alexandre III. It is also lined by the most prestigious buildings in Paris, including the Grand Palais and the Invalides. An original way of viewing these sites is to embark on one of the many pleasure boats stationed close to the Alma Bridge.