Timings : Monday-Sunday: 9-8 PM
Time Required : 1.5 - 2 hours
Entry Fee : Below 18 years of age - Free Entry. Adults - EUR 10. European Union Citizens (Ages 18-25) - Free entry. Combined ticket (Sainte-chapelle + Conciergerie) - EUR 15. Paris pass/Paris Museum pass - Free Entry
The Sainte-Chapelle or the Holy Chapel is a royal chapel which lies within the Palais de la Cite, in Paris, France. The chapel was constructed sometime after 1238, commissioned by King Louis IX of France, aimed solely at housing his collection of relics from the last times of Jesus Christ until his crucifixion. It includes one of the most important relics, Christ’s Crown of Thorns, which was later hosted by the Notre Dame Cathedral. It houses one of the most sizeable 13th-Century stained glass collections of the world. The primary highlights of this chapel are its stained glass collection, its classical opera and concert.
The Sainte-Chapelle is one of the oldest and earliest surviving buildings of the Capetian Royal Palace on the Ile de la Cite.The chapel is a classic example of Gothic style of architecture. Damaged a little during the French Revolution, this monument was restored in the 19th century and was also classified as a secular historic monument after the French Revolution. The Sainte-Chapelle is a Parish church which is affiliated to the Roman Catholic Church and received the status of a National Monument in 1862.
Timings: Concert - 8 PM - 11.30 PM / Dinner - 5.30 PM - 7.30 PM2. VIVALDI - Les Quatre Saisons and other concerts
Price: EUR 70 (VIP + champagne)
Timings: begins 8 PM
Price: EUR 55 (VIP)
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