Discover major Gothic monuments of Paris! What is the history of Notre Dame de Paris? What is the scary secret of Conciergerie? And what makes Sainte-Chapelle so unique? You will visit the Sainte-Chapelle skipping the long line at the entrance. You will enjoy the world’s most impressive medieval stained glass windows of the Sainte-Chapelle. Together with the local professional guide, you will see the medieval face of the city. Impressive architecture and fascinating stories for all history lovers!
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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Sainte-Chapelle entrance fee ; adults 11.5 Euros
  • Wall of Philippe II Augustus entrance fee : 15 USD

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Wall of Philippe II Augustus

    The wall built in the 12th century by Phillip II is the oldest city wall in Paris, aimed at protecting the French capital during his fight in the 3rd crusade. It offers unique and exciting history that has been retained for all to see.

  • 2

    Collège des Bernardins

    The college, built in the 13th century, was founded by Stephen of Lexington and served as the residence for the Cistercian monks and students at the University of Paris until the French revolution. After its renovation in 2008, it is now a center where concerts, exhibitions, meetings, and training and culture are held.

  • 3

    Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

    The famous Catholic cathedral is the city's symbolic heart and is considered the finest masterpiece of French Gothic architecture on the Île de la Cité. It was built between the 13th and 15th centuries and restored in the 19th century; tourists visit to admire its stained glass and rose windows, the towers, the steeple, and the gargoyles.

  • 4


    The Chapelle was built in the 13th century with the intention of housing the collection of Passion relics by King Louis IX of France. The beauty charm was restored in the 19th century and has become a major tourist attraction in Paris.

  • 5

    Clock Tower

    It is Conciergerie‘s tallest tower built between 1350 and 1353 that hosts a beautiful gilded clock since 1371. The clock replaced the bell, serving the purpose of notifying Paris citizens of the time.

Meeting Point

Meet guide by the Wall of Philippe II Augustus See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.