When you cross the bridge from La Cite, you arrive at Île Saint-Louis. It's like entering another world completely apart from the bustle of Notre Dame and its surroundings. You can spend some time exploring the quiet streets where the only sound is that of your footsteps. The only blip in the tranquility is the popular Bertillion ice cream shop, which is worth a visit.
If you're in Paris, don't hesitate to visit the Île Saint-Louis. It's a visit that'll really help recharge your batteries. If I were rich (and I mean really rich) enough to live in Paris, the Île Saint-Louis would be the perfect place!
La Isla de la Ciudad is a special place in Paris, it is close to the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris so this district had great power in the Middle Ages. It is full of history. Also not to forget the birds found here and romantic walks along the Seine.
From the Pont de Grenelle walk down the isle of the city from the Statue of Liberty to the Statue of Renaissance France. Built by Frederic Bartold, the Statue of Liberty was given to France on the centenary of the French Revolution by French citizens hailing from the United States. The inauguration was held on November 15, 1889. At first, it was installed at the end so as not to detract from the Elysee Palace. However, its creator asked for it to be returned in 1937 and later it was installed where it still stands now. The name of the bridge, Grenelle, is in honor of the French armed forces, who liberated the Libyan desert in 1942.