Discover the fascinating story and all the magic of the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris with your guide. During 1h30 , explore this site , classified as a World Heritage of Humanity site by the UNESCO, from the outside as well as the inside . Dive into the history and legends of this masterpiece of flamboyant gothic art rendered legendary by Victor Hugo's novel " Les Miserables".
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You will meet your guide at the Parvis of Notre Dame Cathedral according to the time selected. You will then indulge yourself to a Back in time Experience by discovering the fascinating history of the impressive and enigmatic Notre-Dame Cathedral, its majestic nave and its famous stained-glass windows .The Monument , once in shambles , is now classified as World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. It is definitely the must-see place while in the City !From the outside as well as the inside your guide will dive you into the stories and legends of this masterpiece of the flamboyant gothic artrendered legendary by the novel of Victor Hugo. The tour will end at Notre Dame.By selecting the below option, , your guide will escort you to either :
The entrance of the crypt, where in handing you the tickets, he will give you a few keys before you visit the crypt or
The Towers , a true "experience" : After climbing the 422 steps, you are rewarded with one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Paris. Before the access to the summit, the walk is marked by three essentials, the gargoyles close to hand, the bells and the most famous monumental bell of 13 tons and especially an incredible view on Paris and the Ile de la Cité !on your own. The remains of the Ile de la Cité offer a unique panoramic view of the urban evolution and architecturrale, the historic heart of the Paris, by discovering the buildings that have succeeded on the site, from Antiquity to the 20th century : Quay of the port of the ancient Lutetia,public gallo-roman baths and a surrounding wall from the beginning of the 4th century. The Crypt shows how the city, for more than two thousand years, has been it.