l'Assemblée Nationale

l'Assemblée Nationale: Our most recommended tours and activities

Paris: 3-Course Lunch Cruise on the River Seine

1. Paris: 3-Course Lunch Cruise on the River Seine

Enjoy panoramic views of Paris from a glass-enclosed boat as you sail down the River Seine at lunch time. Board the boat at Port Solferino on the Quai Anatole France, and enjoy a delicious 3-course meal as you cruise past some of the city’s most historic landmarks, such as the ornate façade of the Musée d’Orsay in the Beaux-Arts railway station of the former Gare d'Orsay. Pass the iron-lattice Eiffel Tower, and see the Gothic face of Notre Dame. Glide past the palatial home of the Louvre Museum, marvel at the bombastic building of the French National Assembly, and cruise under the magnificent Pont Neuf. Along the way, you will be served a variety of starters, followed by your choice of a main course, and a selection of gourmet desserts with coffee to end. Return to Port Solferino to continue your Paris adventures on your own. Menu: Starter at choice: Duck Foie Gras, return from the harvest, red fruit chutney, tonka bean tuile or Smoked salmon, lime powder, tomato tartar, artichokes, sour beetroot or Green gazpacho, cucumber, zucchini, spinach, vegetable melimelo Main course at choice: Yellow poultry supreme, zucchini gratin, colored carrots, lemon basil sauce or Fillet of sea bream, creamy spelled with peas, shellfish sauce with tarragon, vegetables from our orchards or Piece of Beef, zucchini gratin, small spleens, Southern condiment (+ 7€) Artichoke tartar, split pea velouté, eggplant chips  Dessert at choice: Fresh lemon finger, crispy with feuillantine or Raspberry chou, lychee, rose, chocolate puck, wild berry coulis or All Chocolate Rock, hazelnut chips  Coffee or tea

Paris: Sunset Cruise with Drink and City Walking Tour

2. Paris: Sunset Cruise with Drink and City Walking Tour

Get the best of the French capital with a 1-hour sightseeing cruise along the Seine. Admire city lights views of Paris before embarking on an audio tour of the city. Set sail along the Seine for a relaxing city lights cruise with amazing views of city highlights. Enjoy the ambiance on board with your choice of drink and calming electro-lounge music. Capture stunning photos along the river from the famous bridges to the most iconic monuments in Paris. Hop off to explore the city at your own pace with an audio-guided walking tour. Choose between 10 available tours in Paris such as Montmartre, Street Art, or the Eiffel Tower tour.

Paris: Premium & Private, Highlights city tour on Sidecar

3. Paris: Premium & Private, Highlights city tour on Sidecar

Start at Place Vendôme and climb into a vintage motorcycle sidecar to begin your adventure. Admire the architecture and octagonal formation of this square including the original Vendôme Column erected by Napoleon I to commemorate the Battle of Austerlitz. Pass by the Élysée Palace, the official residence of the President of France then continue along the prestigious Avenue Montaigne lined with luxury stores and hotels. Take a circuit around the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most famous monuments in Paris, standing at the western end of the Champs-Élysées at the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, formerly named Place de l'Étoile. The Arc de Triomphe honors those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, with the names of all French victories and generals inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces. Beneath its vault lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I. Next, continue along Les Jardins du Trocadero and admire the fountains in front of the most iconic monument in Paris, the Eiffel Tower. Make a photo stop here where your guide will explain the architecture and history of the building. After stretching your legs, climb back aboard and zoom off towards the Pont des Invalides, a complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France, containing museums and monuments which all relate to the military history of France. Venture onwards towards the Grand Palais, the largest historic site, exhibition hall, and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France. And finally, pass by the Assemblee Nationale, the lower house of the bicameral Parliament of France under the 5th Republic. Learn about how 577 deputies are seated in this house.

Paris: Bus Toqué Tour with 3-Course Dinner and Champagne

4. Paris: Bus Toqué Tour with 3-Course Dinner and Champagne

Head to the Eiffel Tower and hop onboard the Bus Toqué for an unforgettable evening. Take your seat at your table on the double-decker bus and admire spectacular views of Paris from an elevated position. Each table is fitted with a tablet so you can listen to the audio commentary and watch the video guide as you savor a three-course meal based on local and seasonal products. End your experience on a high note with a signature dessert by pastry chef Mathieu Mandard as your bus makes its way back to the Eiffel Tower.

Paris: 2-Hour French Revolution Walking Tour

5. Paris: 2-Hour French Revolution Walking Tour

Explore the fascinating story behind the French Revolution and the tumultuous times that led to this key historical event in France on a 2-hour walking tour of some of the most historic sites in Paris. The French Revolution began on 14 July 1789, when the citizens stormed the Bastille prison. The prison no longer exists, although one of the city’s opera houses can now be found on the site, along with a column honoring the 1831 Paris Commune. The tour does not visit the location of the former prison, but there will be a lively discussion of the event. Walk to Les Invalides, used by the French army as an ammunition depot in the city. Hear how revolutionaries scaled the moat and stole over 30,000 weapons that were used in the attack on the Bastille. King Louis XVI was beheaded in the current-day Place de la Concorde on 21 January 1793. Stripped of all titles, he was guillotined in front of a large crown as simply citizen Louis Capet. The executioner testified that he had bravely met his fate. Take in the history at Place de la Concorde, before visiting the Tuileries Gardens and the Assemblée Nationale, enjoying plenty of great discussions about the Reign of Terror of the 1790s along the way.

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What people are saying about l'Assemblée Nationale

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 843 reviews

The address provided is close to the ship but not the final destination. The lady in the window provided information, so we got there. You have to walk 50m further. Apart from that, everything is great, the food is very tasty and the service is friendly. A great place for special occasions

This was an amazing sunset trip. We enjoyed every minute of it. Paris has shown its splendor as we expected. We will do it again every time when we are in Paris.

Great experience Ban was our server and he did an amazing job! I recommend him

The wonderful welcome Excellent food The setting is great To be redone!

Great experience! Very quiet at noon. Fast service and refined dishes