Paris en Scene 3 Course Seine River Dinner Cruise | La Vacanza Travel

Paris en Scene 3 Course Seine River Dinner Cruise

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
Destination: France, Île-de-France, Paris
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  • 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Paris
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  • Not-Cancellable

Overview

For those tight on time, this 1 hour 45 minutes Seine River cruise is perfect. Discover Paris' glittering waterfront sights in a relaxed, casual setting, and enjoy dinner with a view. Past Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, Place de la Concorde, the Eiffel Tower and more famous attractions. Savor a simple 3-course meal from the comfort of your window-facing armchair.

Stop At: L'Ile Aux Cygnes, Pont De Bir Hakiem, 75015 Paris France

Boarding Location.

This narrow artificial island, about ten meters wide and nearly a kilometer long, is located between the Grenelle and Bir-Hakeim bridges. Created in 1825, this unusual and pleasant promenade spot is adorned with a few hundred trees. The more athletic individuals can enjoy an impromptu outdoor workout while admiring the view of the Eiffel Tower, thanks to the numerous sports facilities such as exercise equipment, climbing walls, and stationary bikes. The Île aux Cygnes is famous for its 16-meter replica of the Statue of Liberty, located at the southern tip.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Eiffel Tower, 5 Avenue, 75007 Paris France

The Eiffel Tower. This imposing structure was erected during the 1889 Universal Exposition and majestically overlooks the city from the Champ-de-Mars. Its height of 330 meters makes it a true architectural gem that continues to captivate and fascinate visitors for generations. At night, it sparkles with a thousand lights and offers visitors a unique experience.

Pass By: Pont Alexandre III Quai d'Orsay, 75008 Paris France

The Alexandre III Bridge, inaugurated during the 1900 Universal Exposition and classified as a historical monument, stands as one of the most iconic in the capital - both in terms of its architecture and its geographical location. At each of its four ends, monumental pylons rise 17 meters high, adorned with gilded bronze Pegasus statues atop. These statues symbolize the Fame of Arts, Sciences, Commerce, and Industry. The Alexandre III Bridge connects the Invalides on one side to the Grand and Petit Palais on the other. Its panoramic view of these landmarks, the Eiffel Tower, and the Seine, make it a highly sought-after promenade spot, day and night.

Pass By: Grand Palais, 3 avenue du General Eisenhower Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris France

Le Grand Palais, monument emblématique de Paris, construit pour l'exposition universelle de 1900, se distingue par sa grande coupole en verre ornée du drapeau français. Classé monument historique depuis 2000, il se compose de trois parties : la Nef, les Galeries nationales et le Palais de la Découverte. La Nef accueille des événements nationaux et internationaux dans divers domaines, tandis que les Galeries nationales proposent d'importantes expositions artistiques. Le Palais de la Découverte est un musée dédié aux sciences avec des collections permanentes et des expositions temporaires.

Pass By: Musee d'Orsay, 1 Rue De La Legion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris France

The Musée d'Orsay, renowned worldwide for its rich collection of Impressionist art, also represents the entire artistic creation of the Western world from 1848 to 1914. Its collections encompass various forms of expression, from painting to architecture, sculpture, and photography.

The building itself is impressive, with its palatial railway station appearance, inaugurated for the 1900 Universal Exposition. After a complete renovation, the museum reopened in 2011 with new spaces, including a 400 m² extension for the upper pavilion dedicated to Post-Impressionist artists. The gallery of Impressionists has also been rearranged, and a new temporary exhibition space has been created.



Pass By: Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris, 6 Parvis Notre-Dame Place Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris France

The Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, is the most visited monument in France. Located in the historic center of Paris, at the tip of the Île de la Cité, its construction began in the Middle Ages. The works started in the 13th century and were completed in the 15th century. Severely damaged during the French Revolution, the cathedral underwent restoration in the 19th century under the guidance of the architect Viollet-le-Duc. Visitors are captivated by the stained glass windows and rose windows, the towers, spire, and gargoyles. They can also explore the Treasury of Notre-Dame and climb the towers for a panoramic view of Paris. In 2013, Notre-Dame celebrated its 850th anniversary. On this occasion, numerous events were organized, and the cathedral renewed its bell heritage with the arrival of eight new bells and a new great bell. The distances of French roads are measured from the 0 point located on the cathedral's parvis.

Pass By: Cite de la Mode Et du Design, 28 quai D Austerlitz, 75013 Paris France

The site is recognizable by its vibrant green and boldly contemporary exterior structure. It dedicates its spaces to avant-garde fashion and design. Wooden walkways provide access to different levels. From the panoramic terrace, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views.

Pass By: Ile de la Cite / Ile Saint-Louis, Ile de la Cite / Ile Saint-Louis, Paris, Ile-de-France

In the heart of Paris, two islands vie for the favor of tourists: Île Saint-Louis and Île de la Cité are home to some of the most beautiful monuments and mansions in Paris, and their quays offer unparalleled walking and picnic spots.

Pass By: Louvre Museum, 99 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris France

Having served as a former royal palace, the Louvre bears a deep connection to the history of France over the course of eight centuries. Since its establishment in 1793, it has been envisioned as a universal museum, housing some of the world's most magnificent collections that span thousands of years and encompass diverse regions from America to the borders of Asia. The Louvre consists of eight departments, including Egyptian Antiquities, Oriental Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities, as well as modern collections like Paintings, Sculptures, Decorative Arts, Graphic Arts, and Islamic Art. With nearly 33,000 works on display, visitors can marvel at globally renowned masterpieces such as the Winged Victory of Samothrace, the Seated Scribe, the Winged Bulls of Khorsabad, the Mona Lisa, Michelangelo's Slaves, and Napoleon III's Apartments. Additionally, a ninth department dedicated to Byzantine and Eastern Christian Arts is currently being created and is set to open in 2025.

Pass By: Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris France

Located at the foot of the Champs-Élysées, the Place de la Concorde is distinguishable today by the Luxor Obelisk (which is 3,300 years old and was erected in May 1998), the prestigious hotels that line its perimeter, and the two monumental fountains (the Fountain of the Seas and the Fountain of the Rivers). Created in 1772, the Place de la Concorde initially gained notoriety for being one of the execution sites during the French Revolution. Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette, and many others were guillotined there. It was between 1836 and 1846 that the architect Jacques-Ignace Hittorf shaped the square into its current form.

Pass By: Statue de la Liberte, Pont de Grenelle Ile des Cygnes, 75015 Paris France

This small 11.5-meter statue was offered by the Americans in 1889, three years after France gifted the Statue of Liberty. Once again, this monument celebrates a significant event, as it commemorates the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. This pivotal moment in France's history is represented alongside July 4, 1776, the date of American Independence, on the tablet held in the statue's left hand.

Originally placed facing the Eiffel Tower until 1937, the Statue of Liberty was later positioned on the tip of the island, facing away from the Iron Lady.

Sample Menu

• Sample Starter - Traditional Gougeres with cheese.
• Sample Main - Provencal veal marmite, vegetable bouquetière, lemon confit and basil oil.
• CHOCOLATE MOUSSE - Espelette pepper and chocolate shavings

Inclusions
  • Dinner - 3-course dinner
  • Bottled water
  • Seine River cruise with window-facing table
  • Information booklet
  • Entry/Admission - L'Ile Aux Cygnes

Exclusions
  • Audio commentary
  • Transport to/from boat
  • Wine and Champagne (can be purchased separately onboard)
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Minimum age to drink alcohol is 18
  • Vegan menu available
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 140 travelers
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Departure Point

Paris en Scène Diner Croisière, Escale de, L'île aux Cygnes, Pont de Bir-Hakeim, 75015 Paris, France


Return Details

Returns to original departure point

Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Duration

1 hour 45 minutes


User's Reviews

Raquel_B

26 Feb, 2024

I would not recommend this tour for a number of reasons, 1. The pier is not easy to reach. It is quite the trek to the point for pick up and the directions given lack specific details as the signage you will see when you reach the location. The photographer didn’t bother to ask those taking the dinner cruise alone if they wanted pictures taken. It appears this was an opportunity only extended to those in couples. The food was mediocre and the wine was horrible. The waiters clearly do not work in a the hospitality industry as they failed to demonstrate care and courtesy to passengers. I expected to see better sights as we travel down the Seine. Our tour had views of office building, apartment buildings and house boats. I’m sure there are better tours out there than this one.

Babelyn_F

24 Feb, 2024

I love the foods and the music , I’ll suggest it’s better if it’s in the day time . Because I can not see the views at night.

Tomtb

24 Feb, 2024

The food was terrible. You couldn’t see anything out of the boat due to the light reflecting in the windows. If you do this trip, do it during the day for lunch

Laurens_O

24 Feb, 2024

Cold, late and food was not up to the price standard. And the boat sailed away from paris to industrial areas so no views. Coulve gone to a michelin 5 course diner next to a wall for a better experience.

Michelle_P

23 Feb, 2024

The staff was amazing! They even went out of their way to make my little sister, who has down syndrome, feel so special by singing happy birthday to her and putting on an awesome birthday song for her to celebrate too! Thank you!!!

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Wonderful experience!

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Better to look for a more expensive but nicer option!

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Lovely dinner cruise

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Great views, food and value for money

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Not worth it

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Possible food poisoning?

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Reccommended

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Dinner at the Sein River

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Great cruise for the price

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The food was great, it...

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Good Timing Great Food

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Scenic dinner on the Seine

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Lovely Trip

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Great experience. HIGHLY RECOMMEND DOING THIS.

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Do not read the negative reviews! It was the BEST!

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Perfect date night 🥰

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