One of Europe’s most iconic landmarks, the medieval Notre-Dame Cathedral is situated on a small island on the River Seine, in the heart of Paris, and its striking twin towers can be seen from miles around.
Completed in 1345, the cathedral is a stunning example of French-gothic architecture, with a truly awe-inspiring interior that matches its world-famous facade, and, though it sustained fire-damage in the Spring of 2019, it is currently being restored to its former glory, with its doors due to reopen in early 2021.
A comprehensive and immersive, small group tour of the cathedral and the surrounding area, during which you will be introduced to the stunning architecture of the Seine River’s iconic twin islands, Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint-Louis; discover the fascinating history of the district and finally, enjoy a drink in a typical Parisian Cafe.Book Now
Paris is a great year round destination, but during the peak summer months of July and August, the city’s landmarks and sights can be extremely busy, therefore the spring and autumn months are the best times to visit.
Yes, there are no restrictions on taking photographs. However, the Cathedral is still a working church, and if a service is being held, it is generally considered polite to refrain from taking pictures.