Place des Vosges
Inaugurated in 1612 as place Royale and thus Paris' oldest square, place des Vosges is a strikingly elegant ensemble of 36 symmetrical...
Maison de Victor Hugo
Between 1832 and 1848 the writer Victor Hugo lived in an apartment in Hôtel de Rohan-Guéménée, a townhouse overlooking one of Paris'...
Le Cap Horn
On summer evenings the ambience at this laid-back, Chilean bar is electric. The crowd spills onto the pavement, parked cars doubling as...
Grab a bar stool at a brightly coloured table, sit back, and savour one of France's most unique specialties in this stylish dumpling...
9 rue du Pas de la Mule, 4e · interesting places nearby
Café Martini information
Skip the unmemorable cafe-bars on place des Vosges and nip around the corner to this cosy den with wood-panelling, beams and a buzzing after-work crowd – the saggy sofa is the hot spot! Spoil yourself with smoothies, thick-enough-to-spoon chocolat chaud à l’ancienne, copious cheese/cold-meat platters and happy-hour cocktails.