This charming narrow thoroughfare runs east to west through the small Ile Saint Louis and serves as the island's main street. I find it a great place to stroll after visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, about a 5-minute walk away. Restaurants, cafes, boutiques, art galleries and small shops beckon. I especially like Pylones, a French gift-store chain, which features bright colors... 更多
Half my family is French, I've known Paris all my life and can honestly say this trip felt like we lived there too. We couldn't have had a warmer welcome from Jenn, and the location is superb - we walked miles in both directions, found world famous ice cream in our street, ate the best croissants I've ever eaten (and... 更多
Île Saint-Louis is the smaller of the two islands in the centre of Paris. It is located in the historical centre of the city and is a great place for a walk full of surprises. Stroll along the main road, Rue Saint-Louis en l'Île, or go around the island along the quays. Visitors can admire the numerous former private mansion... 更多
No one can truly experience Paris without a quick detour here. As the main street on the island, there's plenty of cute little shops, restaurants, bars, cafés and Berthillon ice cream ;) Ah Paris :)
The central street, going from east to the west of the island, is a nice area with many historic sites, nice shops and good restaurants. Of course there is no shortage of tourists here, but the street is charming and friendly place, worth spending your time here.
The Rue Saint Louis en L'ile is a lovely place to visit. This island is right in the middle of Paris and has loads of history and culture to experience. This particular street has loads of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, etc that make it a wonderful place to walk around (slowly) in and savour every moment. Highly recommended!
This beautiful shop and café lined street running the length of Ile St. Louis is a wonderful part of historic, central Paris. I love the art galleries.
This is a lovely place to take a nice, relaxing stroll if you're temporarily maxed out on sight seeing. It's lined with lovely shops and if you're not careful you can gain a couple of pounds (or kg) as you walk from one end to other. Be sure and take a break at the lovely church -- Eglise Saint-Louis-en-I'lle.
It is an attractive street that you can take when crossing between the right and the left river Seine, across the Ile Saint Louis. You can also reach it coming from Notre Dame cathedral. It is an old street with a lot of small shops and restaurants. The atmosphere is warm and friendly. But and because of that, it has... 更多
This is a fun little street in a great neighborhood. Lovely little boutiques and jewelry stores and plenty of cafes and restaurants make it a great way to spend and enjoyable hour or two.