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Our houseboat rentals in Paris (5)

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Luxurious Barge in Paris
Rental from $323 Per night

Luxurious Barge in Paris

France, Ile-de-France (Paris region), Paris 8 Sleeps, 8 Sleeps, (5 out of 5 reviews)

Luxury Paris Houseboat
Rental from $672 Per night

Luxury Paris Houseboat

France, Ile-de-France (Paris region), Paris 10 Sleeps, 10 Sleeps, (4.8 out of 4 reviews)

Daphne’s Houseboat
Rental from $194 Per night

Daphne’s Houseboat

France, Ile-de-France (Paris region), Auvers-sur-Oise 12 Sleeps, 12 Sleeps, (5 out of 2 reviews)

Houseboat studio Paris
Rental from $93 Per night

Houseboat studio Paris

France, Ile-de-France (Paris region), Paris 4 Sleeps 4 Sleeps (New houseboat, no reviews yet)

Luxury Seine Houseboat
Rental from $194 Per night

Luxury Seine Houseboat

France, Ile-de-France (Paris region), Draveil 6 Sleeps, 6 Sleeps, (4 out of 1 review)

Average rating of Paris: 4.7 out of 5 based on 12 reviews.

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Bienvenue à Paris!

One doesn’t easily combine the idea of a houseboat holiday with the enchanting city of Paris. However, the river Seine that crosses the beautiful city is the home of some of the most amazing houseboats in the world. These houseboats, moored on the Seine quays, combine space (specially compared with the small Parisian apartments), luxury, and most of all location. Most houseboats are right in the center of the city, allowing the guests to wander straight into Paris. In short, staying on a houseboat in Paris gives you both a unique experience, and an authentic Parisian feeling.

Get tourist-trapped!

Paris is one of those cities that can handle a staggering amount of tourists per annum (15.6 million in 2013), without losing touch or identity. In the high season, the popular tourist attractions such as the Louvre, the Notre-Dame, and the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur are crowded with many tourists. However, people tend to forget that Paris is a huge city that holds many secrets. Blend in with the locals, and have breakfast on the Canal st. Martin, or visit the museum and garden of Albert Kahn. Instead of the expensive bars of Saint Germain, try the bars in Strasbourg St. Denis and feel the true Parisian atmosphere.

Transport in Paris

Even though Paris is a large city, public transport enables you to travel cheap, quick, and efficient. The Paris metrosystem has 16 lines, enabling you to reach every part of the city. Also, because of its many trains and steady timetable, you'll never wait more than five minutes for a train. Busses allow you to travel on the surface, and the RER takes you to destinations just outside of Paris. The greatest mode of transport, however, is just walking. Paris is the greatest city to get lost in.

Refurbished barges and freighters

Many of the houseboats moored in the Seine are authentic vessels, completely refurbished to accommodate people. That’s generally what is so appealing: living aboard a ship, while enjoying all the comforts of life ashore. In Paris, these boats are often more spacious than the average apartment, with more space and freedom around you. This makes living on a Parisian houseboat quite interesting. And above all; what can be more romantic then dining on the deck of a authentic ship, while feeling the energetic city around you?


A trip to Paris means a unique combination of culture, romance, history, and a buzzing nightlife. Add to this mix an amazing accommodation, and you cannot fail! Discover Paris afloat, and let yourself be mesmerized. Check out our available houseboats in Paris!