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The Île de la Cité (Island of the City, in Portuguese) is one of two natural islands that are on the Seine in Paris. It is the center of the French capital.
Around the year 200 BC, the Gallic tribe of the Parisians settled on the island to found the city of Lutécia. The city grew, prospered, became the capital of the kingdom and came to be called Paris.
On a tour of the Île de la Cité you can admire some of the main attractions of France at one time: Notre Dame, the Conciergerie, the Courthouse and the Sainte Chapelle.
At the Île de la Cité, do not forget to visit the Hotel Dieu, the beautiful gardens of Notre Dame and, at the opposite end, the Square du Vert-Galant, true Oasis on the Island. It is also worth to visit the Dauphine Square, built for the future King Louis XIII (dauphin was the name given to the candidates boys to king). Finally, be sure to enjoy the view of the Seine from the famous Pont Neuf, which is the oldest bridge in Paris, despite the name "New Bridge".