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Pont au Change

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75001 Paris France
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Love podcasts? You'll love our immersive walking tour of Paris!<br><br>The digital audio guide can be downloaded anytime directly on your smartphone!<br><br>We've teamed up with expert historians, storytellers and influencers to give you a unique and engaging experience of Paris!<br><br>Embark on a Parisian adventure discovering the main highlights and hidden gems of the city thanks to 9 audio guides to lead the way!<br><br>We will discover some of Paris's most iconic landmarks as well as taking you off the beaten track and away from the crowds to discover some of the lesser known places!<br><br>The self-guided audio tours have been designed with a diverse set of interests for the culturally curious. You'll be able to discover: The Latin Quarters, the Louvre and Tuileries, Sainte-Chapelle, the Père Lachaise Cemetery, Montmartre, an Instagram Tour of Ile de la Cité, the Eiffel Tower and a tour on Parisien architecture!<br><br>You really will see it all on these eye-opening tours of the 'City of Light'.
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Dimitris L wrote a review Sep 2020
Sydney, Australia17,010 contributions56,856 helpful votes
Built in the mid-1800's, Pont au Change is a lovely bridge with a bit of history. It connects two sides of the Seine. The one side is the area around the Palais de Justice and the Conciergerie, and the opposite side is near the Place du Châtelet. We loved walking over this bridge and the views from it are beautiful.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Vadim wrote a review Sep 2020
Murmansk, Russia17,902 contributions2,172 helpful votes
The Pont au Change is one of the most photogenic bridges in Paris. Thanks to its arched structure, which is supported by only 2 pillars, it looks very easy. The N's on either side are misleading, suggesting that Napoleon Bonaparte did something here. In fact the letter stands for Napoleon III during whose reign this bridge was built.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JnVSydney wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney9,721 contributions1,318 helpful votes
Crossing the Seine at the Conciergerie, on Ile de Cite and Place du Châtelet, is this fairly basic stone bridge built, according Baron Haussmann’s grand plan for the city, during reign of Napoleon,
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Wander & Wonder wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore1,642 contributions152 helpful votes
The Pont au Change bridge connects the Place du Châtelet to the Île de la Cité (island) at Palais de Justice and the Conciergerie. You can nice pictures of River Seine from the bridge.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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B1714D wrote a review Jan 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,211 contributions2,165 helpful votes
The Change bridge connects the Cite main attractions with the right bank. You cannot miss it if going from the Sainte Chapelle or Conciergerie. The bridge is made of stone and marked with the letter N - the imperial insignia of Napoleon, meaning it was built during his reign. Great views of the right bank.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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