A good way to explore the city of Paris seems to be, to just follow the flow of the Seine, with it’s many bridges and islands.
It’s the perfect spot to look at the city by foot, bike or even boat or to take a break by sitting on one of the many benches along the river.
To me it seemed like, the people were all taking a breather from the city. The unless busy and hectic atmosphere seemed to have slowed down.
The Seine plays a big part in the city, it separates the Right Bank from the Left Bank and acts as a dividing line between Paris historically sophisticated and bohemian parts.
The Riverbanks are UNESCO World Heritage and if you follow it long enough you will find most of the city’s famous landmarks including the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Musée d’Orsay, Jardin des Tuileries, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower.
To be continued …