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Skip the Line - Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral with Guide
"A visit to the towers of Notre Dame is a must. Meet your guide at the cathedral of Notre Dame and admire its sumptuous façade 43m wide and 69m high. Your guide will give you an introduction about the cathedral and the towers and will then host you to the priority entrance. Then climb the 387 steps to get a close-up view of the cathedral’s roofs. The gargoyles including monkey monsters elephant griffin and birds adorn the outer walls and keep watch on the streets of Paris below. The views of Paris below are spectacular. Look down to the Seine River the bridges and rooftops of Ile de la Cite
From EUR35.00
 
Paris Small-Group Tour : Skip the Line Eiffel Tower and Evening City Tour
"Please note: During the summer time from June to August a part of the tour will take place in daylight. The itinerary and the times mentioned can change depending on the traffic conditions and the visiting hours for popular sites. Skip-the-line access is subject to the Eiffel tower procedure the security control or a particularly large crowd can increase waiting times.     """"Enjoy a nice evening boarding our air-conditioned minibus for an 1 hour and half Illuminations Tour of Paris followed by a Skip the line access to the Eiffel Tower. This tour is the ideal opportunity to discover Paris it includes pick up and drop off from any apartment or hotel inside Paris (Zip Code starting with 75).  During the excursion
From EUR105.00
 
"Paris Ile de la Cite Medieval Private Walking Tour: Notre Dame
"Paris Ile de la Cite Medieval Private Walking Tour: Notre Dame Sainte Chapelle and Conciergerie""Notre Dame Cathedral now over 850 years old still reigns as a titan of Gothic architecture. Scour its exteriors of delicately sculpted stone and imposing bell towers. Decode the secret messages of the façade and unearth long-forgotten voices from the past. Learn about the church’s famously hunchba the devilish myth of its main doorways and how the French Revolution almost destroyed the cathedral—literally! Inside Notre Dame discover striking stained glass windows
From EUR109.00

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Climbing The Tower-Tours De Notre-Dame

Most recent visit May 2016Although many of the figures that you can see from street level on the lower part of the cathedral are true gargoyles, decorative waterspouts used to preserve the building by...
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Dabs
Jan 30, 2017

Statute of Charlemagne at Notre Dame

Outside the cathedral is a monument to Charles the great, the first king of the franks and considered the father of modern France. The statue was created in 1878 and shows the king on horseback lead...
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Jim_Eliason
Sep 14, 2016

In the French we Trust?

Went to information desk at front of church asking direction to toilette. The Madame gave bogus (intentionally wrong?) direction. No wonder why they haven't won any wars since the 18th C - travel...
Hartcool
Oct 06, 2015

Gothic wonder

The cathedral has been built for the wish of the bishop Maurice de Sully starting from 1163. The works were less than a century long, but during the following decades some parts of the church were...
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xaver
Oct 01, 2015

Notre-Dame de Paris (Cathedrale)

This structure was made famous after Victor Hugo published 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'. The Cathedrale was designed by Maurice de Sully and erected between 1163 and 1345 and then restored by...
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Gypsystravels
Jun 22, 2015

Visiting the Cathedrale Towers

The cathedral towers are open daily and is a must for any visitor. Climb the 387 steps of the steeple where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the flying buttresses, Ile de la Cite, the...
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Gypsystravels
Jun 22, 2015

Notre Dame

What can I say about Notre Dame that hasn't been said already?Not much! It's wonderful both inside and out, very famous for its huge rose windows and carvings outside the cathedral.You can climb all...
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Kate-Me
Jun 01, 2015

Notre Dame

The cathedral was made famous by Victor Hugo's novel “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”. Work started on Notre Dame in the 12th century and was completed in the 14th; following damage caused during the...
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grayfo
Apr 24, 2015

My favorite facades.

The most monumental facade and most famous of world tourism is certainly the west front with its two towers. It is recognizable between all the cathedrals of our old continent. The less preferred side...
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breughel
Feb 03, 2015

Stained Glasses

A special advice: If you plan to visit Notre-Dâme and Sainte-Chapelle (and you must!), start in Notre-Dâme. The stained glasses in the cathedral are very beautiful, but after seeing the wonders of...
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solopes
Feb 02, 2015

Notre Dame

It is always a pleasure the visit to this cathedral, one of the oldest and biggest of early French Gothic. In each detail we may find in our memories references of the old stories that made the...
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solopes
Feb 02, 2015

Queuing to enter Notre-Dame.

There are two lines: the main one (free) to enter the cathedral and the one (price 8,50 €) to climb to the towers.At Notre-Dame there are 14 millions visitors per year, an average of 40.000 every day....
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Jan 03, 2015
 
 
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Things to Do Near Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

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Pont Au Double

the Pont Au Double is one of the three bridges along the Seine that lies closest to the famous Notre Dame Cathedral of which it leads directly to the front area of the Cathedral. The Petit Pont and...
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Shakespeare and Company

just across the Petit Pont Bridge connecting Notre Dame to the Latin Quarter, Sits a famous English Language Book Company, lying along rue de la Bûcherie . The bookstore is Shakespeare and Company,...
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Theatre de la Huchette

On a rainy Friday evening in November 1966 -- it was November 28, to be exact, and the Métro was on strike -- I went to a small theater in the Latin Quarter and saw two absurdist plays by Eugene...
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La Seine

the famous River Seine, which is an important River and Waterway in Northern France, runs through The Citry if Paris and roughly cuts the City into two and has about 37 bridge of different lengths and...
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Île de la Cité

Did you know, the Ile de la Cite is known as the centre of Paris, and is one of two natural islands that sits in the middle of the Seine. All distances in Paris are measured from the center of the...
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Pont d'Arcole

the Pont d'Arcole is again one of the 37 Bridges along the Seine River in Paris and this small bridge connects Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville (the Paris City Hall) and the île de la Cité and from here, it...
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6 Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris

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