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Pour découvrir ou redécouvrir toute la magie des bords de Seine où viennent flirter les monuments les plus prestigieux qui ont marqués l'histoire, les 9 bateaux de la Compagnie des Bateaux Mouches® sillonnent Paris tous les jours pour toucher le cœur de la ville lumière.
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You can hop on a boat near Alma Marceau metro, a really nice way to discover the city, preferably at the end of the day before sunset.
One of our favorite ways to see Paris is on a boat cruise. Both day and night are fun, but there's something special about seeing Paris lit up at night.
Book a boat trip on the typical Bateaux Mouches ! You can book online to avoir queue !
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