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About Ile de la Cite

Ile de la Cite is one of the two natural islands remaining in the Seine as it flows through the Center of Paris, capital of France!  The Ile is important not just because if being and island, but because it was the medieval center of the city and still holds many important buildings, most famously the Notre Dam cathedral.

About Ile de la Cite-island-FR.COM is a website dedicated to being a FastFacts guide to the Ile de la Cite, bringing together in one place the essential facts to become familiar with the island and to enjoy a trip there be it for a week or an hour.

This is a WL Media Fast Facts guide.



Île Saint-Louis Another Island Île Saint-Louis is the easterly neighbour of Ile de la Cite and although smaller does have many intereting sites. Don't miss the chance to visit both as the are directly next to each other in the Sein.

Cross directly from one to the other via the pedestrian only Pont Saint-Louis which connects Quai d'Orleans to Quai de Borbon. On the Saint-Louis side enjoy one of the many fine cafes or look into the small shops that serve the residents of the island.

Don't walk far though as it is a small island and you'll soon have left it!

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