Notre-Dame de Paris, also called Notre-Dame Cathedral, cathedral church in Paris. It is the most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages and is distinguished for its size, antiquity, and architectural interest.
Notre Dame: After your soul-stirring tour of Montmartre, chances are, you will be left craving more. Take the metro back and now stop at Saint-Michel Norte Dame station. Walk to Notre Dame and marvel at the beauty of the cathedral, which unfortunately, suffered a terrible fire early this year.
From Montmarte, we directly went to Louvre Museum. It is the world's largest art museum. No one was interested to go inside and hence we did some more photo shoots in this beautiful Louvre and headed to Notre Dame cathedral.The cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. Here also, the line to go inside of the cathedral was too long and hence we only took photos from outside.
After crossing the Pont Neuf we walked for about 500 meters and reached the Cathedral de Notre Dame. This is undoubtedly one of the iconic structures of Paris. I was told that the aerial view of Notre Dame shows it in the shape of a cross. The place was extremely crowded when we reached yet we managed to enter inside.
After having a heavy French breakfast of Croissants, Scrambled Eggs, Juices and Café Au Lait (which means Coffee with milk or crème) we decided to visit the Notre Dame Cathedral. For book lovers you may remember it from the book The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo. The Notre Dame is the most famous gothic cathedral in entire France. The Cathedral was constructed and renovated and many additions were made over the years. But the most beautiful part is the stained-glass windows at the Cathedral. The Cathedral also houses many relics related to Christianity including the famed Crown of Thorns. The entire streets are lined with Bistros which is a common trait of Parisian streets and in the evening the Plaza is lined up with street artists of varied forms.