This popular cruise spans the River Seine and the St. Martin Canal, taking visitors of the Musée d'Orsay on a ... More
This popular cruise spans the River Seine and the St. Martin Canal, taking visitors of the Musée d'Orsay on a three-hour trip to the Parc de la Villette and back again. Departing from the Museum at 9:30a, or from the Park at 2:30p, the cruise costs EUR16 for adults; EUR9 for children aged 4-11. Gather at the landing stages in front of either venue. Reservations are essential.
Perhaps not the first thing to do when visiting Paris - a ride on the St Martin Canal is one of the most memorable ways to spend half a day. It combines many of the views of the more popular rides with a certain lovliness and charm. A time under the streets of Paris - beginning at Place de la Bastille could be dull and dreary. But put a guide with knowledge and the ability to play a clarinet on the bow and it's magic. Time going through the old locks still operated by the hands of real people, views of tree lined streets with a peek at the Nord Hotel, and a destination for one of the more interesting and modern parts of the city make this ride something to remember.
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