The quaint Ile Saint Louis is quieter and more residential compared to the big sister Ile de la Cité. Here, no museums, no special tourist attraction, the island itself is the attraction. Each stone, each door of each building lining the bank tells a story and transports you back a few centuries. Admire the mansions of the Quai d'Anjou, from the sublime Hotel Lambert where Voltaire, Berlioz and Chopin used to live, to the Hotel Lauzun with its magnificent Baroque facade, a masterpiece of the 17th century, where Charles Baudelaire spent two years of his life. Strolling along this part of the Island in the moonlight with just the quiet charm of beautiful residences will give you wonderful memories.