A great way to see Paris is by taking a boat trip along the Seine River. It's a great way to spend the afternoon if you're tired of walking, whilst taking in all the magnificant architecture the city has to offer.
BATOBUS: Paris from the Seine
If you've heard about the world famous 'bateaux mouches' but don't wanna hear a speech about the wonders of Paris, try the 'Batobus'.
It stops at 6 different locations along the river and you can Hop-on Hop-off at your leisure. The 'boat bus' operates from mid-April to October each year. Boats leave every 25 minutes from each stop and run daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, and 10:00 am to 10:00 pm in July and August. Unlimited access for the duration of your pass allows you to stop at these points and visit: Notre Dame, Louvre, Hotel de Ville, Eiffel Tower, Orsay Museum, Saint Germain des Pres
Prices: 2 Day Pass $19 Adult/ $9 Child.
The Viking Rivercruise companies has several cruise trips from Paris in her program.
The cruise ships moor at the Seine left bank South of the Eiffel Tower.
Seine river cruise are tourist guided tours down the Seine river. You can catch one of the boats at Seine river close to Eiffel Tower (see photo).
A wonderful way to travel around Paris is on the river. Find the cursing where the boat stops at 7 stops along the river, when you embark, and disembark as often as you like.
There are many sightseeing cruises options where the boat will take you on the Sein River. Unfortunately I didn’t have the time for such yet.
The trip around the seine takes around 1 hour and you can enjoy the commentary about the city and the buildings on both banks of the Seine.
What might be better than to see Paris from the Seine?Well if youlike to see Paris from a different angle this is what you should Do.Enjoy it!
Metro...cabs are quite expensive, as in any city.
Bateau Mouches are an excellent way to see the wonderful architechture from the Seine. These are tour boats with commentary if you require.