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Seine

Quai Branly, Paris 75007 France

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4.5 out of 5
268 member's reviews
4,305 people visited Seine
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  • SeinePro 2014
    Harold Smith-Franzen (@smithfranzen)
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    5 Oct 12, 2013

    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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    5 Jul 04, 2012

    Walking along the Seine is always a highlight of Paris. There are so many sights along the way not mentioning the Seine itself with many boats cruising along.

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    5 Jul 09, 2012
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    4 Feb 01, 2014

    One of the world's most famous rivers! It flows straight through the heart of Paris. All of the cities most famous attractions are right along it's path. So if you take a stroll along the river you are sure to see some of the world's most famous sites.

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    Julia P
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    4 Jul 05, 2012

    When I first visited Paris as a teenager, looking over the Seine made me imagine growing up and wandering there in love with some magical person. It's still that kind of river, the kind that makes you fantasize semi-melancholically. Lined with gorgeous architecture and strolling Parisians, it's one of those iconic works of nature.

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    Rich Carriero
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    4 Apr 11, 2014

    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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    3 Feb 16, 2014

    It was a bit chilly when we were in France for a long, leisurely walk along the Seine but we did walk along it on our way to the Eiffel Tower and later again to Notre Dame.

    For me, the most interesting thing was the Ponts des Arts, a pedestrian bridge that has been taken over by locks with the names of lovers on them. My understanding is that people believe this is a Parisian tradition, when really, it's not and it's a fairly new phenomenon.

    Also lovely is the little shop stands set up along the pathway - books, art, etc. A lot of the stuff is the same between them but it's a lovely little tourist trap to fall into :)

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    Daniel Lewis
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    5 Jan 23, 2014

    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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    5 Jan 20, 2014

    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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    4 Jan 05, 2014

    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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Description:

The Seine is a major river flowing from Saint-Seine (a town close to Dijon in the country’s eastern interior) to the English Channel., a distance of over four hundred and eighty six miles. The river is used extensively for commercial purposes and flows directly though multiple cities and towns, including Paris. It has become a symbol of the city and country through its continued presence in art and cultural reference.
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