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Seine River

Seine River

4.6/51,605 Reviews
River
Open all day. (Local time)
Dividing Paris into the right bank and the left bank, the Seine is the city's main river. The majority of Paris's most interesting historical sites are all located on the banks of the Seine. You can take a tourist boat for a short cruise up the Seine to enjoy the scenic beauty of both banks, including many places of interest such as the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, Notre Dame de Paris and the Eiffel Tower.
Canal St-Martin

Canal St-Martin

4.4/584 Reviews
River
Open all day (Local time)
On the off chance that you are arranging a visit to the romantic city of Paris, France, ensure that you visit the wonderful Canal St-Martin. This lovely urban channel extends through the city, making it an extraordinary place to stop and appreciate the city for some time. The region makes for an extraordinary strolling or running way, in the event that you are searching for a place to practice and appreciate the view too. On the off chance that you value engineering, you are certain to love viewing the complex arrangement of drawbridges that line the whole of the channel.
Ile de la Cite

Ile de la Cite

4.5/5196 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Ile Saint-Louis

Ile Saint-Louis

4.3/589 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Paris Plages

Paris Plages

4.1/520 Reviews
Beach
Paris Beach was Inaugurated in the year 2002. Paris Beach (or "Paris Plage" in French) is a free summer event that changes several spots in Paris into full-fledged beaches, each with a distinct theme of their own.
Ile des Cygnes (Isle of the Swans)

Ile des Cygnes (Isle of the Swans)

4.4/516 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Lac Daumesnil

Lac Daumesnil

5/51 Reviews
Lake
Bois de Vincennes

Bois de Vincennes

4.5/514 Reviews
Forest
City Park
10:00-17:00/18:00 (Local time)
A Jardin Anglais, English garden, formally named a public park in 1860, Bois de Vincennes, named for the nearby village of Vincennes, serves a crucial role in a system of parks colloquially named the "lungs of Paris." Situated on the river Marne, the 995 hectare park occupies nearly triple the space of New York City's Central Park. It remained the lawn and king's hunting grounds for the nearby castle, Chateau de Vincente, beginning with the castle's construction between 1340 and 1410, and ending during the French Revolution. Four lakes, a zoo, and English style landscaping create a romantic renaissance-era atmosphere.
Le Grand Trianon

Le Grand Trianon

4.4/59 Reviews
River
Foret de Chantilly

Foret de Chantilly

5/54 Reviews
Forest