The Seine passes through the whole Paris, and it gives the city a special charm. On its shores there are always crowds of people searching for adventures.
There are narrow streets along the river surrounded by ancient buildings, sculptures, monuments of architecture and many other sights. It is especially pleasant to enjoy a walk in the evening.
How to do?
1. Start a walk from the Musée d'Orsay, here you can see a huge collection of paintings and sculptures.
2. Descend by the wide and long staircase, and you will come to the Seine embankment.
3. Just walk along the river and find adventures for yourself. Listen street musicians playing on different instruments or watch artists painting. Also you can dance tango or arrange a small picnic here.
When to do?
Walk along the embankment any time when the weather is good. But you should know that in the evening, when the water reflects the light of the street lamps, the embankment looks especially romantic and beautiful.
Where to do?
Parisians and travelers always come to rest on the banks of the river Seine. After all, you can always find here any entertainment you want.20
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