List of crossings of the Seine

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This page is a list of present-day bridges over the River Seine and its channels, sorted by département, and then sorted from downstream to upstream. After each bridge is listed the name of the communes which it links together, with the one on the right bank of the river given first. The list does not include bridges over its tributaries.

All locations are in France.


Image Crossing Carries Location Built Coordinates

Seine-Maritime / Calvados[edit]

Pont de Normandie
Pont de Normandie Le HavreHonfleur 1995

Seine-Maritime / Eure (downstream)[edit]

Pont de Tancarville TancarvilleQuillebeuf-sur-Seine 1959


Pont de Brotonne Caudebec-en-CauxSaint-Nicolas-de-Bliquetuit 1977
Gustave Flaubert Bridge Rouen 2008

Seine-Maritime / Eure (upstream)[edit]


Pont Clémenceau at Vernon


The old pont de Poissy

Yvelines / Hauts-de-Seine[edit]

Val-d'Oise / Hauts-de-Seine[edit]

Viaduc of the A15

Seine-Saint-Denis / Hauts-de-Seine[edit]

Hauts-de-Seine (downstream)[edit]

Paris / Hauts-de-Seine[edit]

The following bridges are partly in the Bois de Boulogne, which is in the 16th arrondissement of the département and commune of Paris, although not in the city (ville) of Paris.

Hauts-de-Seine (upstream)[edit]


Pont Alexandre III
Le Pont Neuf
Le pont Louis-Philippe
Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor
View downstream from the Eiffel Tower, showing, from bottom to top, pont de Bir-Hakeim, pont Rouelle, pont de Grenelle and pont Mirabeau
Bridges - Seine

The city of Paris has 37 bridges across the Seine, of which 3 are pedestrian only and 2 are rail bridges. Three link Île Saint-Louis to the rest of Paris, 8 do the same for Île de la Cité and one links the 2 islands to each other. From downstream to upstream:

  1. Pont aval ("downstream bridge" carrying the Boulevard Périphérique)
  2. Pont du Garigliano
  3. Pont Mirabeau
  4. Pont de Grenelle (crossing the Île aux Cygnes)
  5. Pont Rouelle (rail viaduct for line C of the RER crossing the Île aux Cygnes)
  6. Pont de Bir-Hakeim (crossing the Île aux Cygnes, comprising one stage with a railway bridge carrying Line 6 of the Paris Métro and another for road traffic)
  7. Pont d'Iéna
  8. Passerelle Debilly (pedestrian)
  9. Pont de l'Alma
  10. Pont des Invalides
  11. Pont Alexandre III
  12. Pont de la Concorde
  13. Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor (1999) (pedestrian, formerly the Passerelle de Solférino, renamed in 2006)
  14. Pont Royal
  15. Pont du Carrousel
  16. Passerelle des Arts (pedestrian)
  17. Pont Neuf (crossing the west corner of the Île de la Cité, Paris's oldest bridge, built between 1578 and 1607)
  18. Pont au Change (between the Rive Droite and the Île de la Cité)
  19. Pont Saint-Michel (between the Île de la Cité and the Rive Gauche)
  20. Pont Notre-Dame (between the Rive Droite and the Île de la Cité)
  21. Petit Pont (between Île de la Cité and the Rive Gauche)
  22. Pont d'Arcole (between the Rive Droite and the Île de la Cité)
  23. Pont au Double (between Île de la Cité and the Rive Gauche)
  24. Pont de l'Archevêché (between Île de la Cité and the Rive Gauche)
  25. Pont Saint-Louis (pedestrianized, between Île de la Cité and the Île Saint-Louis)
  26. Pont Louis-Philippe (between the Rive Droite and the Île Saint-Louis)
  27. Pont Marie (between the Rive Droite and the Île Saint-Louis)
  28. Pont de la Tournelle (between the Île Saint-Louis and the Rive Gauche)
  29. Pont de Sully (crosses the eastern corner of Île Saint-Louis)
  30. Pont d'Austerlitz
  31. Viaduc d'Austerlitz (railway bridge used for Line 5 of the métro), directly followed on the Rive Droite by the viaduc du quai de la Rapée,
  32. Pont Charles-de-Gaulle (1996)
  33. Pont de Bercy (made up of a railway bridge carrying the Line 6 of the Paris Métro and another stage for road traffic) ;
  34. Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir (pedestrian), inaugurated 13 July 2006
  35. Pont de Tolbiac
  36. Pont National
  37. Pont amont ("upstream bridge" carrying the Boulevard Périphérique)







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