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La Seine

Paris, Île-de-France 75000

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"La Seine river cruise at night, Notre Dame (all day including wandering around Ile Saint-Louis) and Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Montmartre (If you get lucky with relatively warm weather, I recommend doing Montmartre in the late afternoon and night)."  See More

"Walk along the La Seine near Notre Dame and browse at the second hand book stalls- the Les Bouquinistes."  See More

"If the weather is warm enough, buy sandwiches, salad, a dessert and a half bottle of wine (screw top or get a corkscrew, plastic glasses) and then find a bench beside the La Seine, preferably on the sunny side, near Notre Dame."  See More

"Have dinner on the La Seine is very romantic, there are floating restaurants that are very good and not very expensive and they do a beautiful trip, try to do at sunset."  See More

"Just behind the Eiffel Tower, you can catch a Bateaux Mouches on the La Seine river."  See More

"Take a boat trip on the La Seine See Notre-Dame de Paris and Musée d'Orsay"  See More

"And walk along the La Seine River and cross as many bridges as you can."  See More

"Stroll along the La Seine at dusk, Quartier Du Marais and Montmartre or visit the Arc de Triomphe at 6."  See More

"paris/ and best photo location of the tower is the lookout near the Trocadéro in the late afternoon), Arc de Triomphe, Luxembourg Garden, Tuileries, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, The quais along the La Seine and the bridges over it, Palais-Royal, Place des Vosges, Champs-Élysées, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Hôtel des Invalides, 5e arrondissement – Panthéon, and the various market streets around the city."  See More

"Also walk along the La Seine and if you have time you can even pop in to the Musée d'Orsay or just walk past Notre-Dame de Paris."  See More

"Get a good hotel somewhere near the La Seine, and plan on taking the Paris Metro around the city."  See More

"Evening: Cruise the La Seine or have dinner on Ile Saint-Louis, then take a floodlit walk by Notre-Dame."  See More

"Love the evening cruise in the fly boats (bateaux) on the La Seine."  See More

"), and take a boat down La Seine, from Notre-Dame de Paris to the Eiffel Tower."  See More

"Day 1: North of the La Seine: The Arc de Triomphe is a must see, since it will give you a quick orientation to the layout of the city."  See More

"Of course they are the obvious 'must-do' items like the Eiffel Tower and a boat cruise along the La Seine - both of which are thoroughly worth doing, even if they do cost money."  See More

"I'd recommend maybe a boat trip along the La Seine if you want to get your bearings when you first arrive."  See More

"I'd take the very reasonable RER train into central Paris (Notre Dame, Saint-Michel stop) and walk around the islands and along the La Seine, stopping to enjoy a beverage at a cafe and do some people watching."  See More

"In Paris, do not miss: the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, Sacre Coeur & Montmartre, Louvres, the Musée d'Orsay, Les Invalides, and a walk along the La Seine."  See More

"Also just along the La Seine maybe you can start from Notre-Dame de Paris I am not an artist but I'd still say George Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo and Musée d'Orsay!"  See More

"One round on a bus car , 1 cruise around on the La Seine."  See More

"One thing that attracts tons of tourists but is totally worth it is the Bateaux Mouches, the tour boats on La Seine."  See More

"Yes, for a weekend trip and the desire to stay within "easy reach" of some major sites, try to stay near the center and the La Seine, Île de la Cité, 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, or 7th Arrondissement, I should think."  See More

"One of the best places for viewing the Eiffel Tower is from a distance on the other side of La Seine at Trocadero, beneath the golden limestone buildings of the Palais de Chaillot."  See More

"Most French couples take a bottle of wine and sit along the banks of La Seine."  See More

"Finally, I would try to fit in a boat ride or, as they call them, a Bateaux Mouches across the La Seine."  See More

"La Seine river runs right past Notre Dame, and the island it sits on is interesting as well."  See More

"You must go to Paris, next to the La Seine theres a guy who sells crepes, wow there are the most delicious crepes i´ve ever eat."  See More

"A good way to sightsee is by the Batobus—a hop-on hop-off water bus— which has eight stops along La Seine; buy tickets on the spot."  See More

"Stop at Café de Flore for a glass or a coffee on the terrace (at hang out for Picasso, Sartre and Hemingway) One day exploring the banks of the river La Seine (lunch at Cafe Voltaire) and the two islands - Ille de La Citè with Notre Dame Cathedral and Ile Saint-Louis - great sculpture garden muse in Plein Air and the Jardin des Plantes (have a mint tea in the Hammam bath house) and the city will have built sand beaches on the river for the summer called Paris plage Bassin de la Villette."  See More

"Then plan out your days - and do stay somewhere near the Île de la Cité, because that will position you nearest to Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre, Place de la Concorde, the La Seine and the Eiffel Tower."  See More

"It sounds kind of touristy but I would take a ride on the Bateaux Mouches which are the boats that go down the La Seine."  See More

"We also like the Bato Bus that stops at several places along the La Seine with hop-on/hop-off service."  See More

"For the group activity, I would definitely do a cruise down the La Seine, usually referred to as "Bateaux Mouches” They are very, very used to accommodating large groups of people so it’s a pretty easy thing to put together and at about $15 a person, relatively cheap."  See More

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