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Notre Dame de Paris

CATHEDRAL

ROSE WINDOWS & FLYING BUTTRESSES VIEW FROM THE RIVER SEINE

ROSE WINDOWS & FLYING BUTTRESSES

VIEW FROM THE RIVER SEINE

PARIS ADMIRED BY QUASIMODO

PARIS ADMIRED

BY QUASIMODO

Notre Dame de Paris guided tour

Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral

  • Visit the most emblematic of cathedrals in France.
  • Travel back in time to learn about its builders, the art of stained glass, and the medieval bestiary.
  • The “Mays” of Notre Dame, the symbolism of colors and figures, the gargoyles.
  • Victor Hugo and his struggle to save the monument: his literary masterwork Notre Dame de Paris and his famous hunchback.
“Our Lady of Paris” cathedral – whose construction, beginning in 1163, spanned two centuries and witnessed numerous architects – is said to be the finest example of French gothic architecture ever built, and the most famous cathedral in the world, due in large part to its immortalization in legend and literature. It stands proudly on the relatively small Île de la Cité in the heart of Paris, and visitors flock to admire its gargoyles, flying buttresses, great bell, and beautifully carved doors, as well as the stunning view over Paris from the towers.
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Tour 1: Classic Tour 2hrs

Your guide will take you on a grand discovery of gothic art. Why not climb the towers to visit the great bell and take in a breathtaking view over Paris? (Please note that a reservation is required for access to the towers.)

Opening hours :

Daily from 8 a.m. to 6:45 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday until 7:15 p.m.

Amenities :

Gift and souvenir stands
Disabled access

Note:
No bags allowed
Only photos without flash allowed inside the cathedral

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Paris on the Way

French Travel Guides Agency

  • Address: 13, rue Beudant - 75017 - Paris - France
  • Email: contact@parisontheway.fr
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