My one of the most favorite part which we done in Paris was taking a boat ride in Seine river. It was actually a very breath taking and wonderful experience. During the boat ride they explained very w...
Paris, one of the seven famous bridges on the Kasina River
Seine River is the heart of Paris, the Paris is divided into two sides, walking around the Seine is probably the most romantic way to visit, the bridge connecting the two sides has also become active Some bridges are suitable for taking pictures, and some are classic movie scenes.
Now we take the Bihakanmu Bridge under the Eiffel Tower as a starting point, follow the Seine River to Notre Dame, and take a day to check out the seven distinctive and famous bridges on the Seine.
Bikhamun Bridge - Jena Bridge - Alexandre III Bridge - Art Bridge - New Bridge - Notre Dame Bridge - Saint Michel Bridge
This is a double-decker bridge. The subway passes over the bridge. The pedestrians walk under the bridge. The whole bridge is dark gray, and the pillars are arranged backwards. Walking under the cloister has a feeling of faintness, which is the location of the "Pirates of the Dream".
This bridge is under the Eiffel Tower, connecting the Xiajo Palace and the Champ de Mars, standing here to look up at the tower's majesty.
Alexander III Bridge
The most luxurious bridge on the Seine, connecting the Champs Elyses and Les Invalides.
One of the most romantic bridges in Paris, the railings are iron, the bridge deck is wood, and there is a sense of wandering art.
Although it is called Xinqiao, it is actually the oldest bridge in Paris. It connects the left bank and the right bank of Paris. The arch under the bridge is very beautiful. The new bridge is also the movie "Xinqiao Lovers". The location of the shooting.
Notre Dame Bridge
The first bridge named after the Virgin. The deck decoration is divided into three short, with a dark green decoration in the middle and two short stone carvings on the bridge. Enjoy a castle-like architecture on the Seine.
Saint Michel Bridge
The best landscape bridge for the Notre Dame de Paris, next to the Saint-Michel metro station, one of the most magnificent bridges in Paris.
According to the flow of river water, the French called the north bank of the Seine River the right bank and the south bank the left bank; the development of the right bank forms the main business district and political center of Paris, and the famous coffee shop and Latin area on the left bank are full of literary atmosphere. Looking at Paris from the Seine, the impression is different from any time. Let the river flow freely, and see the scenery where you passed.
The Seine is the heart of Paris. The city was built here, and everything is starting from here. If you go to Paris, the Seine is one of the priorities you should consider. Take a boat trip to the Seine and you can see the beauty of the city's architecture. The best part is that when you pass the Eiffel Tower, you can clearly see the gleaming lights on the Eiffel Tower, which makes boat trips worthwhile. The Seine divides Paris into two sides, with the gentlest scenery around the river, no matter the grace of the day or the charm of the night; whether it is a sunny joy or a rainy day -
in addition to boat trips, It is recommended to take the Eiffel Tower as a starting point, walk along the Seine River and walk to the Notre Dame de Paris. In short, strolling along the Seine, all the time makes you feel like you are in the most classic paintings of Impressionism. ~
There is a kind of romance in Paris called the Seine River. The wind on the river bank is very faint. On the bridge, you can kiss and walk leisurely on the river bank. As long as you are in Paris, I will come here every day for a while. If love is in Paris, then romance is definitely on the banks of the Seine.
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.