This Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket allows you to see the following places: the Île de la Cité, 1-hour cruise on River Seine, Notre Dame & Sainte Chapelle access.
Île de la Cité is a small island in the Seine that is a big part of the history of France.
Visit this island and see how this tiny island became the center of one of Europe’s most vibrant cultures.
You can stroll on the banks of the Seine, where you will hear about the hidden history of Paris.
As you approach Notre Dame, your guide will take you through the history of the place. You can view the ongoing restorations at Notre Dame after the devastating fire in 2019.
After exploring the place, you can stroll down the Latin Quarter. It is the literary hub of the region. Here, you will hear stories of the city’s poets, philosophers and artists.
Finish the tour with a bang as you enter Sainte Chapelle through skip-the-line access.
Take in the beauty and grandeur of stories from the Bible told through its majestic stained glass walls.
Finally, the local guide will drop you at the departure point of the 1-hour long Seine River cruise.
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This tour includes
- Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket
- Île de la Cité guided tour
- Seine River Cruise tickets
- Expert local tour guide
- Maximum 20 people
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Guided tour of Notre Dame
Know before you go
- Only English-guided tour
- The Chapel’s upper floor is not wheelchair accessible
- Some museums or galleries of Île de la Cité may be closed without prior notice
- Sainte Chapelle is a place of worship that requires appropriate attire
- Wear comfortable shoes
|Adult ticket (15 to 99 years)||€36|
|Child ticket (2 to 14 years)||€31|
|Infant ticket (upto 1 year)||Free|
What attractions will you get to visit with this Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket?
You get to visit various attractions in one visit Notre Dame Cathedral, Sainte Chapelle, Place dauphine, Île de la Cité, Latin Quarter, Île Saint-Louis and River Seine.
You can also explore Notre Dame with the Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket.
After getting a glimpse of Paris’s religious history, end your day with a remarkable river cruise across the Seine and travel across the city’s center.
What facilities come with the Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket?
Several facilities are included in the ticket, from a local-speaking guide to an expertly guided tour of the attractions.
You will also get skip-the-line tickets to Sainte Chapelle and access to the fantastic river cruise across the Seine.
You will also get a headset while traveling to various attractions.
Is there a dress code for any attractions?
Although Sainte Chapelle is a secular attraction, it is still a place of worship and requires an appropriate outfit for a visit.
Women and men must wear clothing covering their knees and shoulders.
Also, as this is a walking tour, we suggest people wear comfortable shoes to maintain a moderate pace without interruption.
What is the meeting point for the Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket?
The meeting point for the Sainte Chapelle skip the line ticket is to meet at a small square in front of Louis Phillipe cafe.
After reaching there, you will spot your guide holding a walk Sign, after which your group can start the tour.
As you will get to visit several attractions in one go, please arrive a bit early so that you can begin the tour at the scheduled time.
How long will it take to cover all the attractions?
You will require an entire day to cover all the attractions.
Start your day by the banks of the River Seine, where you will learn about the history, and the tour will end at Place Dauphine.
By the end of the day, you get an hour of River Cruise from where you view Paris and its highlights from an entirely different perspective.
What do I need to bring for the Sainte Chapelle tour?
You must bring your ID or passport for verification purposes and comfortable shoes for the day.
IDs will be necessary for Sainte Chapelle as the security checks there are strict, and comfortable shoes are required because this is a walking tour.
Also, carrying heavy or oversized luggage is not permitted during the tour.
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