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Seine

Quai Branly, Paris 75007 France
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  • SeinePro 2014
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    The Seine river edge makes a great place to walk, especially at sunrise or sunset when the light is low and makes the rock/brick banks glow.

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    the heart of Paris. It's really nice to walk over the bridges, or just at the banks. But you can also do a boat tour, that shows you every sight along the river.

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    If you want to take a river tour down the Seine, it’s not the worst idea you’ll ever have.

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    A Seine river cruise is an excellent way to get to know the city during a first visit to Paris. It's particularly atmospheric around nightfall when people gather around the banks to hang out and canoodle. Many of the main sites are visible from the river, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the French Statue of Liberty.

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    The Seine is a great river to take a walk along. Its rich with history, fantastic architecture and statues to to make you snap happy with your camera...or for just a stroll with someone special

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    While the historic river flows lazily through the city, you'll always find some excitement on its banks. Most of the major attractions aren't far from the water.

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    Originally, the entire city of Paris was surrounded by this river when the Romans founded Lutetia on the Ile de la Cite.The Pont Alexandre III or the Alexander Bridge,which was dedicated to an alliance between France and Russia spans the Seine River. Another bridge also spans the river, the Pont d'Lena. Along the river you can also find the Conciergerie, a Gothic palace which contains Europe's oldest surviving medieval hall. The horrors of the French Revolution lingers on this dimly lit palace.

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    This gorgeous river provides a nice anchor for understanding the geography of Paris. This is also one of my absolute favorite running spots on earth. You can see most of the major sights in the city in an hour long jaunt.

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    Get on a "bateau-mouche" and leisurely explore Paris' river that has inspired so many artists. It is a river to walk along and fall in love.

    Practically speaking the river tours orients you nicely to Parisian sights to visit on foot. Great value and use of time.

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    Takes my breath away. If only the weather were nice enough more than 5 days a year to sit by this extraordinary river and picnic.

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    Like the Eiffel Tower, Paris would be incomplete without the Seine River. I would advise walking along the Seine among the many bridges at night seeing couples embrace each other. I would also advise taking a boat or cruise along the Seine so you can see all the famous landmarks from a distance.

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    Iconic, lovely and historic. Walking along the Seine captures the romantic, art loving city at it's most attractive. Vendors and artists are scattered along the route but aren't intrusive, and instead blend in perfectly with the arches and bridges that are so photographic. Romantic at any time but I loved the lunchtime strolls best - I saw a group of habit-clad Nuns having a picnic across from Notre Dame. Everything seems serene, timeless and beautiful and you feel like a star in your own movie set while walking along the banks.

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    how many movies...how many stories, what this river has seen...the bridges, walk them, the lower sidewalks , take a rest on a bench and take the atmosphere of Paris with you...do not forget a bottle of wine and your baguette!!

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    Великая река Великого города! Не зря в список всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО занесены именно берега Сенны в пределах Парижа! Есть, что посмотреть!

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    Paris is such a great walking city. There is so much to explore and discover on foot. Walking along the Seine is almost like looking into a kaleidoscope with the scenery slowly changing in front of the eyes.

    There can be a tourist boat, a street vendor selling books or vintage post cards, a couple walking hand in hand, a fountain, an artist sketching, or just someone taking in the ever changing scenery. Reason # 24 why I heart Paris.

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    Breath-taking views of most of the attractions in Paris

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Description

From the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower, from the Place de la Concorde to the Grand and Petit Palais, the evolution of Paris and its history can be seen from the River Seine. The Cathedral of Notre-Dame and the Sainte Chapelle are architectural masterpieces while Haussmann's wide squares and boulevards influenced late 19th and 20th century town planning the world over. Today, the area constitutes a remarkable example of urban riverside architecture, where the strata of history are harmoniously superposed, and that is why UNESCO inscribed it to the World Heritage List in 1991.

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