Since 1991, the Seine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected as an important natural and cultural artifact.
The river runs for 776 km (482 miles) through France and into the English Channel at Le Havre and Honfleur (Belgium). Its source is in the French region of Burgundy, and its mouth is the English Channel. These houseboats could go for quite a ride with that kind of distance. Wonder how much it costs to park here?
Hey, guys… what’s for dinner? I see wine bottles and glasses, so I’ll bet a fun time will be had by all. I do wonder why so many have their heads down when the view is the selling point of this experience.
Here come some more boats of tourists using the services of a company called Bateaux-Mouches. (Click on the link for their website and touring options.)
Yep, there they go.We appear to be forlorn since we did not go on a river boat cruise. It was a lucky day for the cruisers since they were able to watch us watching them.
Inquiring minds want to know…
~A Paris Guide: The River Seine