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Paris Seine River Cruise with 3-Course Dinner
"Your river cruise begins in the shadow of Paris’ majestic Eiffel Tower one of the best-known symbols of this ancient and romantic city. Board a luxury 250-person vessel at your selected time and head out along the sparkling River Seine.Enjoy beautiful city views as you drift gracefully under Pont Alma and Pont Alexa two famous bridges and glide past notable riverside landmarks. See the spectacular National Assembly building which houses part of the French parliament and look out for the legendary Louvre Museum. With your information booklet in hand you can read up on all the sights from the comfort of your dining table. You will also be able to enjoy an uninterrupted view from the terrace on the upper deck during you cruise.Drifting along Ile St Louis and Ile de la Cité
From EUR65.00
La Marina de Paris Seine River Cruise Including 3-Course Lunch or Dinner
"Choose a lunchtime early evening or nighttime Seine River cruise. Meet at the Musée d’Orsay in central Paris to board your La Marina de Paris boat a glass-enclosed vessel offering fantastic views from every seat.Enjoy a sophisticated gourmet meal as you soak up the beauty of Paris from a different perspective. Cruise past famous museums striking monuments quaint quarters and magnificent bridges with highlights including the Eiffel Tower
From EUR70.00
Dinner Cruise on the Seine River with Hotel Pickup
"Following a pickup from your Paris hotel travel by air-conditioned minivan to the Musée d’Orsay by the Seine River in central Paris. Here hop aboard your La Marina de Paris boat a glass-enclosed vessel boasting amazing views along the river from every seat. Sit down to a delicious 3-course meal as you cruise along and take in the beauty of Paris from the river. Drift past famous Parisian sites magnificent monuments and museums charming quaysides and ancient bridges. Highlights include the Eiffel Tower — one of Paris' most famous icons — Notre Dame Cathedral
From EUR165.00

Palais Bourbon - National Assembly Tips (15)

Assemblee Nationale

Palais Bourbon is on the river gauche of the Sein in front of Pont de la Concorde.The palace, wanted by Luisa Francesca, the daughetr of Luigi XIV, was built betwen 1722 and 1728.Inside it is...
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Oct 01, 2015

Palais Bourbon, home of the Assemblée Nationale

Palais Bourbon, today home of the French Assemblée Nationale, was originally constructed from 1722 to 1728 for Louise Françoise de Bourbon, Duchess of Bourbon, the daughter of Louis XIV. During the...
Mar 01, 2015


We are now on our way to Stop 6. We pass by another impressive building, the Assemblee Nationale, also known as Palais Bourbon as it was built in the 18th century for the Duchess of Bourbon by an...
Mar 07, 2013

Palais Bourbon

The official seat of the National Assembly is the Palais Bourbon on the banks of the river Seine. This building is visible from the cruise boat. The building is is guarded by Republican Guards that is...
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Dec 09, 2009

Assemblée Nationale (Palais Bourbon)

The French parliament building, l'Assemblée Nationale, was built in the 18th century by the royal family, the Bourbons. The building was seized by the government after the French Revolution and turned...
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Nov 28, 2009

National Assembly

For a city like Paris and a country like France, the National Assembly house seemed a bit too ordinary to me. I was disappointed not only at the unimpressive building but also at the traffic in front...
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Sep 29, 2008

Columns at night

Built for the Duchess of Bourbon, daughter of the ultimate autocrat Louis XIV. It is now home to the French Parliament. Guided visits are available but be prepared to present your passport or national...
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Mar 06, 2008

The Role of the Former Palais Bourbon

The Assemblee Nationale is the first chamber of the French Parliament (5th Republic) and has little power. The Senate meets in the Palais-Luxembourg. Originally the Palais-Bourbon, it became a...
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Jan 14, 2007

Palais Bourbon

Palais Bourbon is in front of the bridge of the Consent - Pont de la Concorde. Its facade in accuracy repeats a facade of the church of Sacred Maria Madeleine at another beach of Sena. The building...
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Jul 13, 2006

Assemblée National

The official seat of the French National Assembly is housed in the Palais Bourbon at the southbank of the Seine, just south of the Place and the Pont de la Concorde. The French National Assembly is...
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Jun 04, 2006

Le Palais Bourbon

The Bourbon Palace (Palais Bourbon) houses the French National Assembly. There you could "meet" the French deputies (when they sit at their benches). The Lassay townhouse (Hôtel de Lassay) -next to...
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Dec 24, 2005

The National Assembly

Located on the left bank, the National Assembly is seat of power of the French Parliment. Built in 1722 as a private residence, it was converted to legislative use in 1827. Guided tours are available...
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Jan 04, 2005
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Things to Do Near Palais Bourbon - National Assembly

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Pont de la Concorde

again, there are about 37 bridges spanning the seine river in Paris of which it roughly cuts the city into two. One of the photographed while on a Seine River Cruise is the Pont de la Concorde, which...
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Musée de l'Orangerie

Set in the delightful Jardin des Tuileries is the Musée de l'Orangerie which houses Claude Monet's famous waterlily series "Nymphéas" . The Monet works are clearly the main draw but downstairs there...
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Musée de l'Armee - Les Invalides

the sprawling Invalides where there are many architectural landmarks and museums and houses Napoleon Bonaparte's Tomb, houses a large Museum called Musée de l'Armee. This Museum was built in 1905 from...
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Place de la Concorde

This is the biggest square of Paris. Its position is strategic for tourists infact at west you find Champs Elysees, at east the Tuileries gardens where you find the Orangerie museum. At north...
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La Grande Roue - The Great Wheel

Yes, this is a touristy thing to do but we didn't care. This large ferris wheel is a fun distraction in the middle of the city. If you don't mind heights and can take the motion, it's a easy ride to...
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City Free Tour - Montmartre

Montmartre is maybe the most beautiful part of Paris. I took this walk with City Free Tour and it was the best tour i ever took. Guy was great! After that i felt like i live in Montmartre. Great...
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Getting to Palais Bourbon - National Assembly


33, Quai d'Orsay 75007 Paris


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