If there is only one river that evokes feelings of timelessness and romance it is that of the Seine River flowing directly through Paris and emptying into the English Channel to the west. A major commercial waterway for centuries, The Seine still holds a certain air of days gone by. With rich World War II history and Paris awaiting on the banks, no stone can be left unturned.
|Length||485 miles (780 km)|
|Primary Source||Burgundy, France|
|Mouth||The Seine Estuary at the English Channel|
|Notable Cities||Paris (France)|
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Paris, Banks of the Seine
- Palace and Park of Versailles