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Ile Saint-Louis, attractions and where to go

Ile Saint-Louis is one of the most interesting attractions of Paris. It is one of the islands of the city, in the heart of Paris. Plus, it is in one of my favorite districts of Paris, arrondissement 4.

Find out why this island is so surprising!

I always suggest going there at least one day, to experience the beauty of these islands in the center of Paris. Here you can find where to eat, what to see and where to go shopping in Saint Louis.

Ile Saint-Louis attractions

ile saint louisThink about visiting Ile Saint-Louis island after a cruise on the Seine. You can also reach this one after visiting Ile de la Cité, where Notre Dame Cathedral is

Once you get on Ile Saint-Louis, you can go visiting its attractions. Here what I suggest visiting:


  • Saint-Louis-en-Ile church. It is one of the most important catholic churches. By visiting it, you can admire the beauty of the baroque style in France. Pay attention to the bell tower too!
  • the Palaces. If you just walk through the streets of the islands, you immediately pay attention to the wonderful palaces. If you are an architecture lover, you must see the Hotel de Lauzun and Hotel Lambert. They both are very beautiful and interesting buildings.

Where to go shopping

ile From the best wines to the most elegant clothing, on Ile Saint-Louis, you can find the best shops to buy souvenirs for you or your dearest parents and friends.

Here some addresses and names of the ones I think you may enjoy the most on Saint Louis.

  • Nicolas Saint Louis en Ile, rue Saint-Louis en Ile 64;
  •  78isl, Rue Saint-Louis en Ile 64;
  • Oliviers & co, rue Saint Louis en Ile 81;
  • Ile aux Images, rue Saint Louis en Ile 51;
  • Antiquites Eric Dubois, rue Saint Pau 32;
  • Clair de Reve, Rue Saint Louis en Ile 35;
  • L’Etiquette, Rue Jean du Bellay 10.

saint louisIle Saint Louis, where to eat

If you decide to spend the entire day visiting Saint-Louis island, it may be good to know where are the best places where you can eat something. In this area of the city, you can taste French cuisine recipes in a traditional or revisited way. You only have to choose which place attracts you the most!

  • Chez Robert e Louis, rue Vieille 64;
  • Page 35, rue du Parc Royal 4;
  • La Tour d’Argent, quai de la Tournelle 15;
  • Le Petit Marche, rue de Béarn 9;
  • Pom’Canelle, Rue des Deux Ponts 27;
  • Le Fous de l’Ile, Rue des Deux Ponts 33.

And if you are in a fast-food mood, take a look at the Fast Food chains in Paris or buy something at a food truck!

Category: Explore Paris