Seine the River
Projet de Paris|brought to you by Shaylene Lora
- length: 482 miles
- commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north France.
- resource for central and western France
- flows from Dijon in the Alps
- Neanderthal stone tools from as far back as 500,000 years ago have been discovered in the Seine Basin
- During the 9th century, the Vikings pillaged the Upper Seine, destroying much of Rouen, and sailed the river south to attack Paris
The boats that take you around the river are called flight boats
What you can see! (monuments)
- Eiffel Tower
- the Louvre
Throughout your way through
Want to take a trip to the Seine River?! Information brought to you by Tripadvisor.com
**Recommended** La Marina de Paris Seine River Cruise - $65 and up
Seine River Hop-On Hop-off Sightseeing Cruise in Paris - $18 and up
Seine River Cruise Paris Illuminations and Dinner on the Champs-Elysees - $108 and up
- There are 32 bridges on the river in Paris!
*All 32 are not the same
One of the bridges that is along the way us les pont des arts (love lock bridge)!
- The water from the Seine river is also used in industry and as drinking water
- Much of the important and valuable art work in Paris is kept in underground storage rooms.
- Several power stations use the Seine as the source of their cooling water
- Has been the inspiration and the subject of painters for centuries