Statue de Notre Dame de France, Le Puy-en-Velay

(4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Statue de Notre Dame de France is located in Le Puy-en-Velay. See Statue de Notre Dame de France and all Le Puy-en-Velay has to offer by arranging your trip with our Le Puy-en-Velay tourist route planner.
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Reviews
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  • it is not as bad of a climb :-) - There are benches along the way, and very cool photo stops. inside the statue you might feel a little claustrophobic though. a must do while in town 
  • Not suited for sedentary or claustrophobic people,but the views from the top of the statue are quite spectacular. The statue itself is a majestic piece of art 
  • This place is a must. We must however learn opening hours. The view of the ponote city and its surroundings is breathtaking with views including the splendid cathedral of Puy and its cloister.
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  • Very impressive, i.e. the view out from inside the statue
  • The most beautiful view! Must-have! Ability to mount into the "head" of the statue where a glass dome which allows wonderful views to 360 ° on the Puy and the surroundings. A good climb is expected but benches and stops are arranged on the way.
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  • The statue is very beautiful. Difficulties in podjome (only Chinese staircase). The statue, you can stop by and look very krasivaj.
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  • Make when visiting the city! The point of view of the city is impressive and can be mounted inside the statue until a small panoramic dome (1 person at a time)
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  • Beautiful status, with a view over the roofs of the magnificent city. The only downside for me, this pilgrimage is totally inaccessible to disabled people and the strollers.
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