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When you come from Notre-Dame and after visiting Jean Square XXIII, you cross this bridge to stop and eat a nice cup of Berthillion ice cream, and enter Saint Louis island.
Take the time and sit by the side of it and enjoy it!!
Nice place to get the two islands together. Been there yesterday for the first time in my life, in the St Louis island and gotta say its a very nice spot in the city and I recommend using this bridge to realize what you see...More
Walking around the back (east) end of Notre Dame catheral, one comes across this bridge that connects the two islands of the Seine. It's paved, but is chained off, so it's probably meant to be pedestrian-only (though watch out for motorcycles). We walked over it...More
This single-arch metal pedestrian bridge spans the River Seine, connecting Ile de la Cite, where the Notre Dame Cathedral stands, and Ile Saint Louis with its charming shops and cafes. When I'm in Paris, I like to come here on weekends to enjoy the street...More
Two islands sit in the middle of the Seine at the very heart of Paris. The more majestic one, Ile de la Cité, sparkles with history. This is the birthplace of Paris, the home of the Gothic Sainte-Chapelle, and the site of the prison where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Tourists flock to see the iconic Notre Dame and the beautiful bridges that straddle the Seine. Ile Saint-Louis, the more provincial island,
welcomes you with cozy traditional eateries, small boutiques, and what some people say is the best ice cream in the city. This is essential Paris from its very beginnings to its modern appeal.