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The Seine and Paris are inextricably linked, but journey beyond to discover the many treasures the river reveals as it meanders through the beautiful Normandy countryside.

Follow the river from the splendours of romantic Paris, with the fascinating Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, Montmartre and the Champs Elysées, to the English Channel. Delight in the charming rustic scenes of orchards and blooming meadows that inspired some of the world's most renowned artists; bringing about the Impressionist movement.

A region rich in history and culture, Normandy allows you to discover the picturesque harbour of Honfleur and the splendid Gothic architecture of Rouen, where Joan of Arc was burnt back in 1431. Spend time strolling through the exquisite Gardens of Giverny and explore the Chateau de Versailles. This provides a dramatic contrast to the charming, smaller towns of Les Andelys and Vernon that boast remarkable 17th century architecture and half-timbered houses along the tree lined river.

Seine River Factfile

  • The Seine is France’s third-longest river, extending 485 miles from Dijon to the English Channel
  • The Seine still supplies about half of the water used in Paris
  • Joan of Arc’s ashes were scattered in the Seine at Rouen
  • The Seine River is the second longest river flowing completely in France
  • The Seine is a 777 kilometres (483 miles) long river and is an important commercial waterway
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