Visit the old Ile de la Cite with the Cathedral Notre Dame, the Sainte Chapel and the place of the stake of Jacques de Molay
The historic heart of Paris, a view and outside visit of Notre Dame Cathedral, the Saint Chapel built by Saint Louis during the 13th century and be told the story of the Knights Templar and their tragic end in 1314 on the site of the stake of J. de Molay.
Discover the historic heart of Paris built during the 1st century BC, see the outside of Notre Dame Cathedral, the symbolism attached to the architecture and its windows, follow the "light" in its christian and masonic definitions, see the amazing gothic architecture of the 12th century, see the Saint Chapel built by Saint Louis to house the relics of the Christ, and be told the story of the Knights Templar and their tragic end in 1314 when Jacques der Molay and Geoffroy de Charnay were burnt at stake on the Vert-Galant island.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: At the equestrian statue of Charlemagne facing the Cathedral Notre Dame.
Duration: 3 hours
- Guiding Services
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 EUR - For souvenirs if any. ATM are available everywhere.
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks