It took me a long time to go to Sainte Chapelle for a classic concert.
If you are in Paris don't miss this opportunity, you'll have the chapel for yourselves for about one hour, the music was nice (not really moving but nice) and it doesn't last so long that you get bored even if you don't like too much this music.
The chapel in itself is superb, difficult to believe it was built in early 13 century, the structure is very elegant, the tiles on the floor are beautiful and the stained glasses are absolutely fabulous - 2/3rd are still original ones.
Concert starts at 7 pm, you're asked to be there at 6 30 max and by 8 pm you are out.
Then off to a nice restaurant... not something difficult to find there.
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