one of the most important atractions of Paris , quite impressing , in one of the most intersting áreas of the city
After visiting during the day we pedalled past this iconic building at 2am on a Tuesday morn. Just us and a rubbish truck sharing the cobbled streets of Paris and sights like this. Perfect.
The architecture is stunning, it's set in a easy-to-find location. We got in within five minutes and it was free. It's what you expect from a Cathedral.. beautiful stained glass windows, surprisingly dark. Not much to do once you're inside but you have to stop by for pictures if you visit Paris.
Yes, this place is crowded. You'll never find a day or time when it isn't. But, you still have to see it. A visit to Notre Dame is an essential part of touring France. This building occupies a central place in the history and culture of the nation, your visit wouldn't be complete if you skipped it. Plan on standing... More
We spend a rainy afternoon, taking in an English tour of the interior and exterior of the cathedral. It was truly fascinating to learn the role of the church and its historical place in the development and evolution of Paris.
The queues to the cathedral moved surprisingly fast. It's free. Take the Audio Guide (ID deposit required). A good description of the building. Pay the small amount to enter the treasury, a great collection.
The queues were not too long and the cathedral is not only stunning from the inside but the outside too. It is a great building with lots of history and interesting facts. We did not go on the top but I belive there is an admission fee for that, otherwise free entry.
I highly recommend visiting here as the Notre Dame is very unique and the climbing to the towers reveal a beautiful view of Paris. just take into consideration you can wait in the line about 2 hours like my wife and I did on the Dec 8th
Long after years of reading about it and doing an essay on the building I finally got to visit the notre Dame and I was blown away! At first glance from the front facade you'd think it's smaller than you think, but then you look up and its massive! The height and details are astounding. Take a walk down the... More
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