This photo shows the River Seine branching into two parts as it goes around the Ile de la Cite
Here you can see a photo we took showing where the River Seine as it forks and goes either side of the Ile de la Cite island and this image was taken looking upstream towards the Pont de l'Archeveche on the narrower branch of the river that goes from the left bank.
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Photo of the Pont Alexandre III bridge over the River Seine
Probably the most famous, elegant and ornate bridge over the River Seine, the Pont Alexandre III bridge was constructed for the 1900 World Fair and is eye catching from wherever you look at it, yet in this photo you can also see the Eiffel Tower looming up into the sky, which was constructed for the Paris 1889 World Fair, and as you will also notice, there are lots of pleasure craft and house boats moored along the bank.
- Photos Pont Alexandre III
- Visiting Pont Alexandre III
Picture showing house boats on the River Seine close to the Pont Neuf bridge
You will find that there are actually many different house boats moored on the River Seine, as you can see in this photo that we took while looking towards the Pont Neuf Bridge, which goes across the river from both banks to the Ile de la Cite island that is on your left of this image, and on a nice day this must be a truly idyllic setting to have a home, especially with the fabulous views.
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- Visiting Pont Neuf
HD photo of the Embarcadere du Ministere des Finances building in the River Seine
The Minister of Finances was once located within The Louvre, yet in the 1980s a purpose built complex was constructed in the Bercy area including the building you can see in this photo, which juts out into the River Seine by the Pont de Bercy bridge, and as well as a helipad, as you can see, it also has a boat moored beneath it to allow easier access to other sites in Paris.
High level picture showing two cruise boats turning on the River Seine in Paris
This is a view we had from our apartment in Paris and we took this HD photo of the River Seine with these high rise buildings and the city beyond, and as you can tell in this image, there were actually two boats turning around on the river as they were completing part of their sightseeing tour on the Seine, where you can also listen to commentary about the different monuments and tourist attractions you pass by.
HD Photo of the Pont Rouelle bridge over the River Seine
This is a photo we took off a bridge over the River Seine, which is called the Pont Rouelle, although we would like to point out that this is only a railway bridge that serves the RER trains, yet taken from the left bank of the river you can see the stone piles that go into the river as it curves and goes across the Ile aux Cygnes island, but it is one of those bridges that is hard to find much information about.
- Bridges in Paris
HD picture of two cargo barges on the River Seine with the Passerelle Debilly footbridge behind
Even though most people now think about taking a sightseeing tour, using the water bus shuttle service, or maybe enjoying a lunch or a dinner cruise on the River Seine, the river is still utilised by cargo ships for transporting goods, just as you can see in this image with two barges that were going by while we took this photo looking towards the Passerelle Debilly footbridge over the River Seine.
- Visiting Passerelle Dedilly
This photo shows the River Seine with the southern section of Pont de Sully connecting to Ile Saint-Louis
While we were standing on the promenade of the Quai Saint Bernard on the left bank of the River Seine, we took this photo looking upstream towards one section of the Pont de Sully bridge that was constructed in the 1870s with its cast iron arches, which connects the 5th Arrondissement to the Ile Saint Louis island, and then goes over to the opposite bank in the 4th Arrondissement.
- Photos Pont de Sully
- Visiting Pont de Sully
Photo of the River Seine with high rise buildings and the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge
Here you can see a photo of the River Seine with some barges and houseboats moored up along its left bank, and we took this image looking towards the Pont de Bir-Hakeim, which is located on the northern end of the Ile aux Cygnes island, and this bridge has two different levels, one being for cars and pedestrians and another for the Metro in Paris.
- Photos Pont de Bir-Hakeim
- Visiting Pont de Bir-Hakeim
HD Picture showing the River Seine as it passes the Open Air Sculpture Museum on the left of the image
This is a photo we took looking upstream of the River Seine towards the Ile Saint Louis island, and on the left of the image you can see the Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air, which is a free open air sculpture museum located in the 5th Arrondissement and it is a great place to discover or relax on the bank watching the river traffic going by.
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- Visiting Open Air Sculpture Museum
Photograph of the River Seine with the Eiffel Tower
There are several companies that offer sightseeing tours together with lunch and dinner cruises along the River Seine and many have commentary available in several different languages to provide more information on the many monuments and tourist attractions that you will pass by, just like in this HD photo taken as we were heading towards the most famous landmark in France the Eiffel Tower.
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- Visiting Eiffel Tower
Photo showing Pont Notre-Dame over the River Seine with the Ile de la Cite Island on the left of the picture
This photo shows two of the Bateaux Parisiens pleasure cruise boats on their sightseeing tours on the River Seine, just as they are passing under Pont Notre-Dame and La Conciergerie which is famous for being a prison where Marie Antoinette was held, and sits on the edge of the Ile de la Cite island in the middle of the river.
- Visiting Pont Notre-Dame
Picture of house boats moored along the River Seine
While we were walking along the river bank heading towards some of the popular tourist attractions in Paris, we took this photo of two very well kept and beautiful houseboats that are moored along the River Seine, and on a lovely day, this must be such an idyllic setting to have a home, even complete with plants.
Photo showing the River Seine with the Pont des Arts just before it reaches the Ile de la Cite island in Paris
We took this photo of the River Seine while we were looking towards the Pont des Arts Bridge and further on towards the Ile de la Cite island with the Square du Vert Galant garden full of trees at its tip, yet in the distance you can see the two famous bell towers of the Notre Dame Cathedral.
- Photos Pont des Arts
- Visiting Pont des Arts
Photograph of the Batobus water bus service hard at work on the River Seine in Paris
As well as the many sightseeing tours on the River Seine, you can also utilise the water bus, which is called the Batobus, and this is a hop on and hop off service that provides a truly different way of getting around the city, however, as you can see in this photo, many of the designated Batobus stops are not wheelchair friendly due to having steps at the quayside, but it is a great addition to the transport in Paris.
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- Batobus Service
Photo of the Pont de l'Archeveche bridge over the River Seine with Notre Dame Cathedral in the background
Taking a stroll along the River Seine is a great way of seeing some of the many tourist attractions in Paris from a completely different view point, and this is a photo we took of the Pont de l'Archeveche, or Lovers Bridge over the River Seine with the Notre Dame Cathedral on the Ile de la Cite island as a backdrop, and as you can tell, just relaxing by the waters edge is also very popular on a lovely sunny day.
- Photos Pont de l'Archeveche
- Photos Notre Dame Cathedral
This photo shows dancers in the Tino Rossi garden alongside the River Seine
Located in the 5th Arrondissement is a garden called the Jardin Tino Rossi, which as you can tell from this photo, it has an amphitheatre that was being utilised by people dancing by the bank of the River Seine with many onlookers enjoying the music and impromptu performance, that has become a regular occurrence here.
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- Visiting Tino Rossi Garden
View of the River Seine with the Pont de Bercy crossing over the water
The River Seine is a hive of activity all year round and in more recent years has become a place for people to relax or enjoy entertainment and cultural events, just like the two purposely designed barges you can see here, with one being the floating swimming pool called the Piscine Josephine Baker that opens up in summer to provide views of the River Seine and nearby attractions like the Pont de Bercy.
- Photos Pont de Bercy
- Visiting Pont de Bercy
Picture showing the unusual cruise boat called Le Paris on the River Seine
We just had to take this photograph of the unusual and modern boat called Le Paris, which was travelling by us on the River Seine while we were relaxing on the promenade by the river bank, but we think you will agree that the green hair of the lady sitting at the waters edge is a complete contrast!
Photo of pleasure cruise boat turning on the River Seine in front of the Pont d'Austerlitz
This is a photo we took looking downstream towards the Pont d'Austerlitz and the Viaduc d'Austerlitz behind, which was while one of the sightseeing tour boats was turning in the River Seine, ready to take tourist back upstream to see other tourist attractions in Paris.
- Photos Pont d'Austerlitz
- Visiting Pont d'Austerlitz
Photo of the Pont des Arts bridge over the River Seine with the Institut de France in the background
This is a photo we took from the bank of the River Seine looking towards the Institut de France and the Pont des Arts, which is also known as the Bridge of Love where people attach padlocks to the railings to declare their love for each other, yet as you can tell from this image, although you get the sightseeing boats travelling up and down, there are also pleasure craft that utilise this famous landmark in Paris.
- Photos Institut de France
- Visiting Institut de France
Photograph of the Ile de la Cite Island with the Pont Neuf bridge crossing the River Seine
The River Seine has always been a fundamental part of the city for transporting goods, even in Roman times and well before it was known as Paris, and in this HD photo you can see the Ile de la Cite island that has been inhabited for centuries and is known as the very heart of the city, which is connected to both banks by the Pont Neuf, that is actually the oldest bridge over the River Seine in Paris, named by King Henri IV.
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Canauxrama boat cruises
Batostar electric boat cruises
Dinner cruises on the River Seine
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HD photos of the River Seine in Paris France - Page 1
As you will see from these high definition pictures we took, there is one tourist attraction in Paris that you will come across numerous times while visiting different monuments, which is the River Seine, and this of course is due to the fact that this river travels through the centre of the city, but one great benefit is that you can find many different landmarks that are right next to the River Seine, so taking one of the river cruises has become a very popular way of doing some sightseeing without all the normal walking.
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