Palais des Droits de l’Homme
Palais de l’Europe
A futuristic glass crescent, the Council of Europe’s Palais de l’Europe across the the River Ill can be visited on free one-hour weekday...
Should the inner workings of the EU intrigue, you can sit in on debates ranging from lively to yawn-a-minute at the Parlement Européen ;...
Parc de l’Orangerie
Across from the Council of Europe's Palais de l’Europe, 2km northeast of Grande Île, this flowery park, designed in the 17th century by...
This mammoth entertainment complex, a 15-minute taxi ride north of town, has themed bars and two clubs. DJs crank out everything from...
Enjoy a drink at the glass-fronted Art Café, graced by bold frescoes by Japanese artist Aki Kuroda. The terrace commands terrific views...
Palais des Droits de l’Homme information
Lonely Planet review
It’s just a hop across the Canal de la Marne to the swirly silver Palais des Droits de l’Homme, the most eye-catching of all the EU institutions.