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When you walk rue Montorgueil in Paris, you are struck by this large snail which supplants the facade of this legendary restaurant: L'escargot Montorgueil.
Good news for fans of Pink Floyd music! A tribute concert to the British group, with symphony orchestra, is about to take place in Paris.
Are you looking for the most sensational rooftop in Paris ? It is on the roof of Galeries Lafayette !
This pretty storefront has had several lives Located between rue Vaugirard and rue Madame, the Pont Traversé was the bookstore of the writer and poet Marcel Béalu. Take a look at its storefront, you will then discover beef heads and enamel plaques, clues to its former vocation: that of butcher's shop, in fact this bookstore was a former butcher's shop classified as a historic monument. The bookstore is now closed since November 2019 and has made way for a restaurant!
Discover 59 Rivoli, an art museum and artists residencey like no other, located in a building on rue Rivoli in Paris,
Entering Marin Montagut's boutique means taking a magnificent trip back in time and finding yourself in the heart of a cabinet of curiosities.
Inaugurated on December 20, 1927, “La Coupole” is the largest brasserie-restaurant in Montparnasse. For more than 90 years, celebrities and anonymous people meet there. Let's find out his sto
Entering this pastry shop in the Marais district is like stepping into an enchanted and peaceful bubble in the heart of city life. Powdery tones, sublime mottled porcelain tableware, opaline pendant lights and amazing pastries ... you have the impression of being in an Alice in Wonderland setting.
A veritable labyrinth in the heart of underground Paris, the Paris Catacombs are a must-see among Parisian monuments: a route 1,500 meters long and 20 meters deep, for an extraordinary visit.
Located at 49 rue Gabrielle, in the 18th arrondissement, is Picasso's first studio, which he occupied during his first stay in Paris in 1900.