Seems to have lost some of its' old charm since my last visit 6 years ago. Has become a little too tourist driven with some of its' shops
This is a very small island in the Seine that combines historical sites, apartments, small hotels, great restaurants, charming streets, and interesting stores. Among other things, there is also the Polish Library, which has several rich collections including the Chopin collection. There are many great neighborhoods in Paris and this is definitely one of them if you have the time... More
Enjoyed wandering around on Isle St Louis and looking into the small shops that line the streets here. Berthillion is a must for those that like ice-cream. Fantastic flavour and good service in the ice creamery there. Some lovely shops, many of which have outlets elsewhere, but not as quirky and cute as these small versions. Look out for the... More
This is a really lovely section of Paris. Narrow little streets packed with restaurants and ice cream parlors, hotels and antique stores is a must visit area. Maybe next time we could stay there since we loved it so much. Right across the bridge from Notre Dame is walking distance to many city attractions.
Ile St. Louis is attached to the main island which is the home of Notre Dame and Saint Chapell. It is an easy walk from Notre Dame and is famous for its ice cream. The ice cream is worth a try, but it is expensive and not really very extraordinary. Most of the little island is residential.
Ile St-Louis is overlooked by some visitors who stroll by Notre Dame, as they cross the Seine between the Left and Right Banks. It is really worth a leisurely stroll however - the architecture is charming and there are some lovely cafés to visit. And don't miss Berthillon -- Ile St-Louis is home to the revered ice cream maker's mother... More
Lovely cobblestone streets lined with tasteful upscale shops, including France's premier ice cream shop, Berhillon. A wonderful spot for an evening stroll followed by dinner at a first-rate restaurant like Mon Vieile Ami.
Beautiful streets with lot of shops. Berthilion ice cream is a must. Nice walk around the isle before getting to notre Dame. Easy walk around the isle, lots of cafes to stop and enjoy the area.
Walking along the lovely street of Ile St.-Louis is to take a break from the crushing crowds elsewhere in the city. There are pretty shops, nice little food stores and one of our favorite places to buy cheese that we have visited for over 20 years. One will also find nice, small restaurants that don't feel like they are full... More
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