River Cruises on the Seine

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Seine Princess
      Seine Princess
      • This is the perfect way to explore Paris in the winter with the ship based in Paris and Le Pecq, and optional excursions available to the city's highlights

      • 2017 - Oct

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Seine Princess
      Seine Princess
      • A relaxing short breakfrom Paris to Honfleur with the chance to visit the Cote Fleurie and Deauville, including unlimited complimentary drinks on board

      • 2017 - Jun, Jul, Aug, Oct

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Botticelli
      Botticelli
      • Celebrate the festive season on your floating hotel from Paris through scenic Normandy to the historic towns of Rouen and Honfleur

      • 2017 - Dec

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Seine Princess
      Seine Princess
      • Explore the magnificent cities of Paris and Rouen and the charming town of Honfleur, including unlimited complimentary drinks onboard and optional shore excursions

      • 2017 - May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

    • Save 20% on cruise cost on 30 May 2017 departure!

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Seine Princess
      Seine Princess
      • Discover the magical city of Paris and the delightful Normandy coast, taking in Vernon, Honfleur and Les Andelys on this superb value voyage with included unlimited complimentary drinks on board, and optional shore excursions

      • 2017 - Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

    • CroisiEurope Ship - Renoir
      Renoir
      • See in the New Year on the comfort of a floating hotel from Paris through Normandy to the coast and back, with the ship moored in the centre of Paris for the occasion

River Seine Cruises

Explore the scenic area between Paris and the English Channel on a Seine River cruise. All of our cruises start in Paris, with time to explore the French capital and visit the highlights such as the Eiffel Tower, the famous Louvre and Musée d’Orsay with their excellent art collections, Notre Dame Cathedral on its island in the River Seine, and the glamorous boutiques on the Champs Elysees.

See the villages along the River Seine which inspired famous artists, with most cruises offering visits to Monet’s house and Japanese water garden at Giverny captured so often in his work, and picturesque Les Andelys where Poussin was born. Not far away is the village of Auvers-sur-Oise, home of Van Gogh for a short while.

At the mouth of the River Seine is Honfleur, a colourful fishing town and artist community, much loved by the Impressionist painters. In the city of Rouen see the Market Place where Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake, the famous Astronomical Clock, and the cathedral painted so often by Monet. From Caudebac en Caux, visit the ruins of one of France’s finest abbeys at Jumièges.

Festive cruises give the opportunity to spend time in Paris and the surrounding area at New Year.

  • Paris, Eiffel Tower
  • Paris, Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Les Andelys
  • Palace of Versailles
  • Giverny - Monet's Garden
  • Rouen astronomical clock
  • Honfleur
  • River Seine in Paris
  • Caudebec
  • Les Andelys
  • Seine-Princess

Giverny (France)

The small village of Giverny has outdoor cafés, narrow lanes, brightly-painted houses, the Impressionist Museum and Claude Monet's lovely house and gardens. Visitors to his green-shuttered house will see the yellow and blue rooms, and the tranquil Japanese water garden and bridge which were the subject of some of his most famous works.

Giverny

Honfleur (France)

Lovely Honfleur was immortalised by Monet, and the brightly-painted boats and tall houses at Vieux Bassin are just as enchanting today. Quaint streets and artists' workshops lead to the medieval centre, and not to be missed is the oldest wooden church in France, St Catherine's.

Honfleur

Paris

The busy Normandy port of Le Havre has rail links to Paris, Rouen and Marseille, and visits can be made to the picturesque fishing town of Honfleur. Le Havre suffered heavy bombing in World War II, and won World Heritage status after its reconstruction by Auguste Perret in the 1940s. The Docks Vauban area is an historic district now housing shops, restaurants and swimming pools. The Musee des Beaux-Arts Malraux contains

Paris (Le Havre, France)

Rouen (France)

Rouen is the capital of Upper Normandy, and has a picturesque medieval quarter of glaze-tiled and timbered houses. Joan of Arc was imprisoned in a tower and burnt at the stake in the marketplace in Rouen. The city is well-known for its astronomical clock and the famous cathedral which was painted several times by Monet

Rouen
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