It is among the arabesques that you will discover the unique signature of the architect Garnier. The disquieting pythoness will greet you before going up the great stairway, leading to the theater. The numerous paintings and sculptures make of Palais Garnier both a playhouse and a museum.
The oldest and widest garden of Paris. This masterpiece of classic gardens architecture offers shelter to elms and trees that were planted there under the second empire...
The garden, which separates the Musée du Louvre from the place de la Concorde, is a place of leisure and culture for Parisians and tourists where statues of Maillol are next to those of Rodin or Giacometti. Both ponds are ideal to relax. The Orangerie Museum, where you can contemplate some of Monet's works, is located in the Southwest area of the Tuileries.
The Louvre Museum, former home to the french kings, has become one of the largest museums in the world two centuries ago. Its collection are spread in eight departments: oriental, egyptian, greek, etruscan and roman antiquities. Paintings, sculptures, works and crafts of art, islamic and graphic arts from the middle ages up until 1848.
The Louvre in some figures: 35 000 works, 60 600 m ² dedicated to the permanent collections, 2 410 windows, 3 000 locks, 10 000 steps.
Nicknamed "the most beautiful avenue of the world", the avenue of the Champs-Elysées is a must-see in Paris. Tourists and Parisians stroll anytime, day or night, summer and winter alike, along this symbolic avenue of almost 2 kilometers, between Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe. Symbol of Paris, in the same way as the Eiffel Tower, it abounds in restaurants (The Renault workshop, Ledoyen …), luxurious brands (Louis Vuitton, Mont Blanc, Guerlain, Ferrari …). It is the chosen location, every year, for the most popular events: parade of July 14th, arrival of the Tour de France, Christmas lights, among others. The avenue of the Champs-Elysées is also marked by the presence of museums: The grand and Petit Palais, the Louis Vuittoncultural area. The visit's climax highlight of the visit: the ascent of the Arc de Triomphe, at the top of which the panoramic view is spectacular!
Mansion built in 1672, the Fontaine Gaillon is owned by Gérard Depardieu and run by chef Laurent Audiot.
Located between the Opera and the Palais Royal, the restaurant is open from Monday to Friday from noon to 2.30 p.m and from 7 to 11.30 p.m. and offers a typical cuisine of French gastronomy
Founded in 1880, this historical Parisian restaurant has been since 1914 the venue of famous literary prizes Goncourt & Renaudot . Antoine Westermann becomes the owner and CEO in 2006.
A few steps from the Avenue de Opera and the Royal Palace , close to the Theatre des Bouffes Parisians and Michodière , Petit Colbert offers traditional French cuisine , seafood and daily market .
Tourism and tourism
Schedule: 9:30-8:00pm (9:00 pm on Thursdays) - Closed on Sundays
Do not forget to ask us for the discount card(map): 10 % off if you show your passeport.
Foreigners! We recommend you take a few moments to admire the magnificent inner dome.
French department store chain that focuses on fashion brands, luxury and beauty.
The flagship store is located on Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. The terrace of the ninth floor of the store overlooks the zinc and slate roofs of Haussmannian buildings in the surroundings.
Boucheron, Van Cleef, Arpels, Mauboussin and Cartier … The most luxurious shops of the world!
ARTS & SCIENCE encompasses one brand and seven shops, all based in Tokyo. It's founder and artistic director, Sonya Park, a celebrated stylist, has crafted a world in which fashion is the base to her larger devotion to the art of daily life. Dressing, dwelling, eating, doing all of these with discernment is at the heart of A&S
39, galerie Vivienne, 75002
01 47 03 09 12
Considered as one of the greatest Japanese creators, Yohji Yamamoto launches his own brand of the same name in 1971, in Tokyo. Avant-gardist, the fashion designer owns up to his choice to never folow the trends. In 1977, professionals of the fashion industry discover Yamamoto's collection in his first fashion show.
4, rue Cambon, 75001
01 40 20 00 71
UNIQLO Co ., Ltd. is a Japanese company thaht designs, makes and sells clothes.
17, kicks scribe, 75009
01 58 18 30 55
The lights of the room go out, the curtain gets up … The whole troupe comes on stage under the admiring eyes of the audience. From this moment, the spectators are intoxicated by the beauty of Doriss Girls and Doriss Dancers!
The Opera Garnier, or Palais Garnier, is one of structuring buildings of the 9th district of Paris and the landscape of the French capital. The building stands out as a particularly representative monument of the eclectic architecture and the historical style of the second half of the 19th century.
This private museum wants to make art accessible to as many people as possible by offering a transversal approach to art history , through temporary exhibitions of international importance.
At Junkudo, one can find anything that is related to Japan: novels of Japanese authors translated into French, works on the culture of the Rising Sun, the linguistic textbooks, japanese press, and, of course, tourist guides to visit the country.
18, rue des Pyramides, 75001
01 42 60 89 12
Espace Japon, a bridge between France and Japan, is a French-Japanese multicultural area. Visited by the Japanese people of Paris and by the non-Japanese curious about Japan, it proposes a bilingual library ( 25000 books), a space dedicated to exhibitions, language courses and cultural activities.
12, rue de Nancy, 75010
This is the place to go if you do not want to spend a fortune on books. It is all second-hand, but everything is in mint condition.
29 rue St Augustin, Paris 75002