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Paris River Cruise Ports
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The following directions are from the RER Line C station at , which is on the west side of the Eiffel Tower. (The Bir-Hakeim stop of Métro Line 6 is just around the corner.)
If you're walking to the port from a hotel near the Eiffel Tower, we suggest heading directly for the Boulevard de Grenelle and the Seine. As you approach the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge, you can follow our directions from step 3 below.
Take RER Line C to and exit to the street.
Walk along the
sidewalk away from the Eiffel Tower. (Use the kiosk as a landmark.)
At the next corner (Boulevard de Grenelle), you'll see a glass building named "Maison du Japon à Paris." Follow the zebra markings across the street.
Cross the street again, this time toward the river and the Quai Branly:
After you've crossed the street, follow the sidewalk next to the bridge until you reach the port sign (left side of photo).
Next to the port sign, a ramp for cars and pedestrians leads down to the Seine. Follow it downhill and continue straight ahead along the waterfront.
Soon, you'll reach a marina building and a quay with river vessels (including yours). This is the Port de Grenelle:
Next page: Directions to Port de Javel Bas
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