The 4th district of Paris is composed of a part of the right bank of the Seine and the islands (Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint Louis). This section focuses on the right bank and the Ile Saint Louis. The Ile de la Cité is covered in its own section.
Ile Saint Louis
Metro station: Pont Marie
Installed in 1725, today the Ile Saint Louis (Saint Louis Island) exudes a timeless charm that cannot be found elsewhere. This little pebble stuck between the two banks of the Seine is conducive to romantic walks and exploration of the picturesque scenery: quays, cobblestone streets, beautiful mansions with wrought iron balconies, gardens and cafés ... Before winning over more recent visitors, the Ile Saint Louis conquered artists and celebrities such as Baudelaire, Marie Curie and Camille Claudel with its uniquely Parisian flair.
Church of Saint Louis en L’Ile
19 bis Rue Saint Louis en L'Ile, 75004 Paris
tel : 01 46 34 11 60
Metro station : Pont Marie
Opening time : 910 a.m. to 1 p.m. / 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Completed in 1726 in honor of Saint Louis, its construction took more than 60 years to complete. The church houses works of art from the 18th century, as well as a clock in its curious bell tower.