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Everyone must stroll along the Seine on one's visit to Paris. You will be in the middle of everything and see manyof the famous monuments from the river perspective with open views and good sight lines. Lots of parks along the way, food and drink.
I never get tired of walking along the river as the vistas and activities change along the way. Many of Paris' most important buildings are here, lots of places to eat and drink, lots of public parks. Open vistas.
This area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, runs from Pont de Sully to just past the Eiffel Tour along both sides of the Seine. It consists of an upper and lower walkway, the upper can be considered the sidewalk, and the lower is at river...More
We picked this only as a better than average route to our destination. It was a warm Sunday and a lot of people were moving around. The place itself did not get overly crowded but the restaurant capacity was not sufficient at lunch time. May...More
What better way to spend time in Paris than walking along the banks ( Quais) of the Seine. There is so much to see including the unusual houseboats on the river, the many bridges , the bouquanists and the modern sculptures at Quai Saint-Bernard.and the...More
When visiting Paris, walking on the "quais" along the river Seine is a must! You can start near Pont d'Austerlitz enjoy watching Tango dancers practicing in dedicated places when the weather is clear and not cold (Spring and Summer time) (left bank), then continue to...More