Set off on a audio-guided adventure enriched with fascinating anecdotes as told by French actor Lorànt Deutsch, author of “Métronome”.
The walk will start in front of the Hotel Les Rives de Notre-Dame. Lorànt Deutsch will tell you other somber stories about the French monarchs. The Palais de la Cité was not always the headquarters of the police and the French justice system; it served as a prison during the French Revolution. Lorànt Deutsch, a devotee of Paris, knows incredible little details about the capital's history. He will reveal to you which kings and queens the initials decorating the clocktower correspond to. Lorànt Deutsch’s enthusiasm in describing the daily lives of the passers-by and artists which centered around the Pont Neuf will immerse you in the era’s ambiance.
This visit around the Palais de la Cité will finish at the Quai des Orfèvres, bearing witness to Paris's judicial and military history as well. The famous address Quai des Orfèvres No.36 is often pictured in films, one of which featured famous French actor Gérard Depardieu.
The audio-pen will let you visit the neighborhood around the Ile de la Cité at your own pace. You’ll be captivated by Lorant Deutsch's engaging commentary, which will immerse you in the the eventful history of Paris.