Long the tallest building in western Europe, the reinforced concrete Perret Tower (110m), facing the train station, was designed by...
Cathédrale Notre Dame
The largest Gothic cathedral in France (it's 145m long) and a Unesco World Heritage Site, this magnificent edifice was begun in 1220 to...
Maison de Jules Verne
Jules Verne (1828–1905) wrote some of his best-known works of brain-tingling – and eerily prescient – science fiction under the eaves of...
As much a bar as a restaurant, Le Rétroviseur has an interior that brings to mind 1930s Paris, but for chilling in summer you can't beat...
Le T'chiot Zinc
Inviting, bistro-style decor reminiscent of the belle époque provides a fine backdrop for tasty, homestyle French and Picard cuisine,...
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Marott' Street information
Designed by Gustave Eiffel's architectural firm in 1892, this exquisite ex-insurance office now attracts chic, well-off 30-somethings who sip Champagne while suspended – on clear-glass tiles – over the wine cellar. In early 2016 both ownership and opening hours were in flux.