Église St-Louis en l'Île
The French baroque Église St-Louis en l’Île was built between 1664 and 1726. Classical music concerts take place some Sundays (tickets...
Musée de la Magie
The ancient arts of magic, optical illusion and sleight of hand are explored in this museum, in the 16th-century caves (cellars) of the...
La Charlotte de l’Isle
This tiny salon de thé (tearoom) has a tempting array of hot chocolate, chocolate sculptures, cakes and pastries as well as a fine...
Founded here in 1954, this esteemed glacier (ice-cream maker) is still run by the same family today. Its 70 all-natural, chemical-free...
26 rue St-Louis en l’Île, 4e · interesting places nearby
Librairie Ulysse information
You can barely move in between this shop’s antiquarian and new travel guides, National Geographic back editions and maps. Opened in 1971 by the intrepid Catherine Domaine, this was the world’s first travel bookshop. Hours vary, but ring the bell and Catherine will open up if she’s around.