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Pont des Arts itself is not a very artistic or interesting bridges if you compare it to the other ones in Paris. It has nice views of two banks on Seine however what made this bridge famous was the slots that couples leave on the...More
This bridge, only for pedestrians, goes from the Center Court of the Palais du Louvre in the right bank of the Seine to the Place de L'Institute in the left bank. It is a lovely bridge with a wooden floor and spectacular views of Paris....More
Stumbled on to this bridge by accident just crossing to the other side of the Seine.GREAT MOMENT FOR THE FAMILY...put a lock with the family name and had all three of my children toss the keys in to the Seine.Lock cost 5 euros or the...More
We passed under and over the bridge several times on our most recent trip to Paris. Once known as the “Bridge of Love Locks”, the locks (at least most of the locks) have been removed and the railings made lock proof. The “Love Lock” phenomenon...More
Another must see on a tour of Paris is the love lock bridge or the Pont Des Arts to give it it's proper title. After the city council removed the grates from the sides of the bridge due to the overwhelming weight of all the...More
Great view up and down the Seine. Wooden decked bridge. Locks of "love" attached to it. And the hustle of course. As I said in a different review from the same trip; Paris is overrun with tourists. Guy dressed as clown getting a bit to...More
This pedestrian bridge is a treasure for its serenity and the splendid views of the river and both sides of the river. It's very popular so be prepared for crowds. The city is trying to discourage visitors from attaching locks to the bridge since they...More
Response from alorahble | Reviewed this property |
You cannot. The city has removed the chain fencing from the bridge and replaced it with glass. There are larges signs displayed asking that visitors not to put locks on the bridge, as they were damaging it.
Response from RedSkirrel | Reviewed this property |
It's a pedestrian bridge linking Saint Germain (Left bank) to the Louvre (Right bank). It's a public space and is open 24/7. You can also enjoy the walk on both bank of the river, particularly the one on left bank going to... More
It's a pedestrian bridge linking Saint Germain (Left bank) to the Louvre (Right bank). It's a public space and is open 24/7. You can also enjoy the walk on both bank of the river, particularly the one on left bank going to Notre Dame cathedral !