Enjoy Lunch or Dinner while on a River Cruise!
A Paris Seine river cruise is imperative for anyone traveling to the city of lights. You could choose between a Paris dinner cruise and a Paris lunch cruise. You can opt for a day tour or night tour and you can even opt for a combo or lunch and dinner cruise. Spending an hour or several hours cruising on the Seine and perhaps combining it with citywide tours can be an amazing adventure.
Here are the top three Paris river cruises for lunch and dinner.
- You can consider the Paris Seine River cruise aboard the La Marina de Paris glass-enclosed boat. En route, you would witness the majestic Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame and the Louvre. This is a lunch and dinner cruise accompanied by some fine French wine. Aboard this Paris lunch cruise, you can enjoy an assortment of veggies, steaks, risotto, fruits and desserts. Aboard this Paris dinner cruise, you can enjoy some champagne, white and red wines, an assortment of started, wild mushrooms or duck, crème brulee, parmesan cheese, scallops, steaks, truffles and a variety of desserts. You can choose your gourmet menu and you can also enjoy some made to order dishes.
- If you are confined to a day tour, then you can choose a standalone Paris lunch cruise. There is a four hour city tour including coach rides facilitating sightseeing in the city, a cruise and then a guided tour of the Eiffel Tower. This Paris Seine River cruise takes you to the famous squares, all important monuments and you can choose to stay in the air conditioned coach while you explore the sights and sites. Then you embark on the Paris Seine river cruise which will allow you to witness some panoramic views of the city and some of its most famous landmarks. You can sail along the Champs Elysees, Place de la Concorde, Arc de Triomphe, Palais Bourbon and Palais de Chaillot among others. Eventually in the final leg of the tour, you get to the Eiffel Tower, hop on the elevator and explore the city from the second level.
- If you wish to explore the city of love in all its illuminated glory then you should plan a Paris dinner cruise. While you should experience the city of lights at night, preferably from the Eiffel Tower, you should opt for a combo where you can explore the city and the cruise. There is a four hour combo tour that includes an hour of Paris Seine river cruise followed by a coach ride for citywide sightseeing and then you end up at the Eiffel Tower. Instead of a day tour, this tour explores Paris at night.