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Paris River Cruise Ports
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The following directions are from the RER Line C station at in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris. The walk shouldn't take more than four or five minutes, even with luggage, over smooth pavement and a gentle downhill slope.
Take an RER Line C train to the station.
If you're coming on a westbound train along the Left Bank of Paris, make sure that your train is headed for (a.k.a. Versaille - Rive Gauche) or . Train destinations are shown on RER station monitors.
Leave the station
by the front entrance.
As you leave the station, turn left and walk along the curved front of the glass building until you reach the corner.
At the corner, turn left and walk downhill to the underpass beneath the RER tracks.
Cross the street beneath the underpass. You'll see the Port de Javel Bas ahead and to your left.
After you've crossed the street beneath the underpass, cross the access road to the port, where your ship (in this photo, Uniworld's River Baroness) should be waiting for you:
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