Skip the Line - Notre Dame Towers & Sainte-Chapelle Tour

Skip the Line - Notre Dame Towers & Sainte-Chapelle Tour
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$69.41
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
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Description

Save time by skipping the lines at two of Paris' most iconic Cathedrals. First, we'll visit Sainte-Chappelle, where you'll see dramatic stained glass windows unlike anything in the world. Then, skip the line and rise up the towers at the world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral!

Explore one of the world's most famous cathedrals and Paris' most impressive stained glass chapel on this exclusive skip-the-line tour. Not only will you visit and learn all about these two beautiful attractions, you will also be taken on a journey through the history of Paris; beginning with the city's Gallic origins as Lutetia and ending with the beautiful city we know today.

Originally commissioned by Louis IX as a reliquary for the Crown of Thorns, Sainte-Chapelle was built in the Flamboyant Gothic style in just 7 years. Our morning group tour allows you to be one of the first people inside Sainte-Chapelle where you will discover 6,458 sq ft of beautiful 13th century stained glass windows and see why it has earned the nickname "The Jewel Box of Paris."

After Sainte-Chapelle you will learn the remarkable history of Notre Dame. Heralded as France's greatest example of Gothic architecture, the cathedral took nearly 200 years to be completed and was the inspiration for Victor Hugo's famous novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame. After a visit of the inside of the cathedral, stroll past the long line of tourists and enjoy your no-wait access to the famous bell towers to view Paris from above, and to catch a glimpse of Notre Dame's iconic gargoyles. Be sure to bring a camera because the sights are breathtaking!

Save time by skipping the lines at two of Paris' most iconic Cathedrals. First, we'll visit Sainte-Chappelle, where you'll see dramatic stained glass windows unlike anything in the world. Then, skip the line and rise up the towers at the world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral!