Paris the “City of Light” is blessed with a Seine river (old name Sequana). The River Seine flows between Paris and Le Havre. The river Seine (French: La Seine, pronounced: [la sɛːn]) is 776 km long with Seine as its source. The remarkable river Seine is a principal commercial watercourse within Paris and contributes to almost half of the water used in Paris.
Tourists after visiting Eiffel Tower take mostly Batobus Cruises (other means include Paris Cruises, Mini & Dinner Cruises) which are comparable to buses with different stops. The final destination of these cruises is Institute Du Monda Arabe. The journey includes witnessing of many fabulous attractions: Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Pont Alexandre III and many more. Café Les Deux Magots is one of the famous attractions of this journey where one can dine and experience the humid cool breeze flowing on the deck of the river. Some of the tourists lose direction and get confused between left coast and right coast due to curvy nature of river.
Along the memorable journey one will witness 32 bridges with Pont Neuf the oldest one. This bridge was fantasized by artists and poets especially Paul Celan (poet from French revolution) is associated with it frequently. The docking station near this bridge is a beautiful little island with wallow trees and tended gardens. It’s a amazing place to hang out in Paris.
As the sun sets, the night is brightened by the lights. The Monuments lit slowly and one simply sits back and enjoys the view with cruises smoothly moving across the river seine. Gradually tourists are mesmerized by the par-anomic views of all the attractions one after another with soothing environment simply complimenting it.
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