You can make your shopping « rue du Commerce » that is to say in the Trade’s street , which bears so well its name, rue Saint Charles, rue de Lourmel … And make a detour to discover fresh products markets : on Tuesday and Friday at rue Saint Charles and on Wednesday and Sunday at boulevard de Grenelle.
Just a step from the park André Citroën, you will appreciate the kitchen of the Chef Cyril Lignac which gives to the product the first place. The restaurant is warm and has a felted decoration.
14, rue Cauchy. Tel. 01 45 54 43 43
OPEN EVERY DAY, OF 10 hours(am) TO MIDNIGHT. Such: 01 45 78 83 62
80 rue Saint Charles 75015 Paris Such 01 45 78 03 96 Open on Sunday - Continuous service -
Croissants, mille-feuilles, Mont Blanc, tarts of season, the Chef Philippe Conticini. Beaugrenelle Îlot B Panoramic shopping mall. DC Beaugrenelle. Phone. 01 45 77 27 49
74, rue Saint-Charles. Phone. 01 45 78 87 23 and lequartierdupain.com
42 bis, avenue of Suffren - Paris 15th district –
Paris to www.villaverdi.fr 01 47 34 62 22
11-15, rue Gaston de Caillavet. Tél. 01 45 79 21 71 et xbowlingsympas.com
A beautiful swimming pool of 50 meters, without chlorine. It opens its roof when sun is shining.
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris
01 84 79 11 70
24 Rue de l'Arrivée, 75015 Paris
06 95 81 88 56
IT stands 350 meters high !
January 1st jan to June 14th: 9h30-23h00 every day.
June 15th – September 30th : 9:00 am at midnight every day.
Price: 17 EUR for adults, 8 EUR for the children under 12.
The cathedral can welcome more than 6000 believers. The entrance is free, but if you want to visit the towers, it will be necessary to pay 10 euros for adults, but it is free for people under 18.
There is no elevator, so people who has not a good heart condition should avoid from taking the path of heavens.
Opening hours: 8h00-18h45 every day. Towers: 9h30-18h45 every day. Masses: 8:00 am, 9:00 am, noon(south), 6:45 pm.
The rest of the avenue mainly features overpriced shops and restaurants - with a few exceptions in the side streets.
Walk to the Arch of Triumph, at the top of the avenue, and visit the 50-meters high structure, built to commemorate Napoleon's victories.
Admission is about EUR 12, and free for children under 12. Opening hours: 9 :30AM-11:00PM daily from April to October, and 10:00AM-11:00PM daily from Nov-March.
The work was ended rapidly, but a church was added then. The works took in total about thirty years. You will be able to visit the church, several museums and Napoléon's tomb 1r, which body was taken back from Sta Hélène in 1830. The entry is 6 Euros, but free for the children of less than 12 years. Hours of opening: from October to March 31, of 10h00-16h45, from April to September 30 of them 10 00 at 45 after 17.
Located on Ile de la Cité, inside the Justice Palace, the construction of this gothic church started under Louis IX in 1240. This place was built to receive the relics of Jesus's Crown of Thorns and parts of the Holy Cross. Amongst other remarkable details, the tall stained-glass windows which are mainly original. Admission is about EUR 6. Opening hours: 10:00AM-5:00PM.
Initially baptized `` Royal Place ``, ``Place des Vosges`` was renamed by Napoléon 1r, that wanted to honour the inhabitants of the department of The Vosges for the speed with which they were paying their taxes.
The Place is remarkable by its style (it is lined with 36 buildings all dating from Henri IV) but also by its small shops and by its little park, in the center of whichrises the statue of Luis XIII.