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Frequently asked questions about Seine river cruise

The Seine River Cruise is a boat tour in Paris, offering panoramic views of the city’s famous landmarks from the Seine River. It’s a leisurely and enchanting way to explore the beauty of the City of Light.
Booking the Seine River Cruise offers unparalleled views of iconic Paris landmarks, a relaxing and leisurely experience, insightful commentary, and a romantic ambiance. It’s a convenient way to sightsee and create unforgettable memories on the tranquil waters of the Seine River. Book here now and have an unforgettable journey in Paris.

From April to September:
– 10 am to 10:30 pm, approx. every 30 mins (except 1 pm & 7:30 pm).
– Weekends and whole of July & August: 10 am to 11 pm.

From October to March:
– 10:30 am to 10 pm, approx. every hour, some departures on the half hour.
– Weekends and during Zone C school holidays: 10 am to 10:30 pm

From Port de la Bourdonnais, which is close to the Eiffel Tower, Seine River Cruises departs. Accessible by metro, bus, taxi, or walking from nearby landmarks.
Yes, Seine River cruises are available every day of the year, except on 1 January and the second Monday of January when the site closes at 5 pm. However, please note that there may be occasional navigation restrictions imposed by the authorities in exceptional circumstances.
Yes, there are public parking options available near Eiffel Tower at Quai Branly public car park, but availability may vary due to limited space. Consider using public transportation for a more convenient experience.
Yes, audio guides are available on the Seine River Cruise in 14 languages, providing informative commentary about the landmarks and history of Paris, and ensuring an enriching and immersive experience for all passengers.
Yes, the Seine River Cruise is often prepared to accommodate people with reduced mobility. Some boats are equipped with facilities like ramps and elevators. Please inform us in advance about any special requirements, and we will ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all passengers.

Frequently asked questions about Seine river cruise tickets

Book Seine River Cruise tickets on our website. Select the date, ticket type, and number of passengers and provide your details. Easy booking process!
It’s recommended to purchase Seine River cruise tickets in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons. This ensures availability and allows you to plan your itinerary more effectively. However, tickets may also be available for purchase on-site depending on availability.
You can present your tickets in digital format through your phone or printed tickets.
Currently there is a reduced price for children between the ages of 4 and 11 years old. Children under 4 years old have free admission
Unfortunately, all tickets for the Seine River Cruise are non-refundable and cannot be canceled. Similarly, gift vouchers are non-refundable, non-exchangeable, and must be used as per the terms and conditions specified at the time of purchase.

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