Things To Do In Paris France Explained In Fewer Th

Things To Do In Paris France Explained In Fewer Th

Have a glass of wine at one of the tiny street side coffee shops, visit a few of the fantastic delicatessen stores, smell the fresh bread in the boulangeries, buy an ice cream on Rue St Louis, check out the vintage wine stores, enjoy a delicious piece of genuine French cheese, and know you remain in the heart of Paris. This island is in the Paris River Seine, alongside the more well-known island, Ile de la Cite, well-known for the Notre Dame Cathedral, Palais de Justice, and so on

. On Ile de St Louis, you can check out the Museum of Adam Mickiewicz (the Polish poet who resided in Paris for numerous years). The museum is open only on Thursdays from 2pm to 6pm and you can set up a guided tour by contacting the Paris Museum beforehand - telephone (1) 43 54 35 61.

The church on the island, St Louis en l'Ile, dates from the 17th Century and look out for the great iron clock at the entrance. Inside you'll see a statue of St Louis and he is holding a Crusader's sword. St Louis offered his name to St Louis in Missouri U.S.A..

Another wonderful sight on this small island is the Hotel de Luzun. It is on Quai d'Anjou but unfortunately unless part of a personal tour you cannot see the interior. One of its famous features though is the drains - yes the pipes to guide the rain from the roofing, and you can enjoy paris bike tour these as you walk past - look out for the fish function on some of them.

When you have actually "done" the Ile de la Mention and Ile St europe Louis, the heart of Paris France, you are prepared to go to the rest of Paris. Examine out the Paris travel videos to see the destinations of Paris.