The heart of Paris is the ĂŽle de la CitĂ©. It is formed by two meanders of the Seine. It was inhabited by the Parisi Gauls starting in the second century B.C. and was occupied by the Romans in 52 B.C. It covers seven hectares at the crossroads of the Seine and the major Roman road called the cardo (today the corner of the Rue Saint Martin and the Rue Saint Jacques). In Roman times, this road crossed the river thanks to two wooden bridges on piles: the Grand Pont and the Petit Pont.
The ĂŽle de la CitĂ© was the origin of Gaulâ€™s Lutetium, and the birthplace of roman river commerce, which, from the first century until today, made the Parisian boaters wealthy, as seen in the Nautes Pillar, showing images of Romans and Gauls.
"This is the heart and the origin of Paris. The island is connected by 9 bridges over the Seine. You can visit one of the most popular Gothic cathedrals, Notre Dame and the elegant Sainte Chapelle."
1h 50' to 2h 20'
"St. Augustine is the oldest inhabited city in the U.S., still leaving some traces of its past as the Castillo de San Marcos or Mission Nombre de Dios. When Ponce de Leon discovered Florida, he could not have imagine how disputed this territory would be."
1h 20' to 1h 50'
"This is a selection of the best masterpieces of this museum that we can see in Madrid and we see in a while. Get the secrets of the works of Goya, Rubens, VelĂˇzquez, Fra Angelico and other master painters."
2h 20' to 2h 50'
"It is the New Colossus and symbolizes the universal message of hope and freedom for immigrants coming to America and people seeking freedom."
50' to 1h 20'
"The Freedom Trail is a red path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts that leads significant historic sites. It is a 2.5 mile walk from the Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown and is popular with tourists."
2h 30' to 3h