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Drink wine on the River Seinein Paris, France

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This place awakens the most tender feelings and brings to life that childish desire that the summer never end!
How to drink wine on the River Seine in Paris
In summer, the embankments of Paris become a favorite vacation spot for locals. «Walks along the Seine, laughing in the rain – our last summer, memories that remain…» — this song of the legendary ABBA band shows all the spirit of boundless freedom and true Parisian romance, mastering everyone who was lucky enough to visit this place. Such moments can not be forgotten.

Here you can just sit on the banks of the Seine and enjoy the sunset, or also you can take a bottle of French wine, some famous local cheese such as Camembert, Brie or Roquefort, and crispy baguette and give a special mood to the day. Do not forget about the glasses and corkscrew. Find a cozy place in under the rays of the sun or on the bench near the river.

Where to do?

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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.

How much?

the wine is from €5 to €10, cheese - €2-€3, and baguette - €1.

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Guest27 January 2021

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