Paris’ most macabre sight is its underground tunnels lined with skulls and bones. In 1785 it was decided to rectify the hygiene problems...
Cimetière du Montparnasse
Opened in 1824, Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris’ second largest after Père Lachaise, sprawls over 19 hectares shaded by 1200 trees,...
Everything from film screenings to jazz and world music concerts, poetry slams, photography, painting and sculpture exhibitions, art...
Steaks served with sensational fries are the mainstay of this upmarket bistro (it’s run by ex-butcher William Bernet); other meat...
174 ave du Maine, 14e · interesting places nearby
Chances are your first visit won't be your last at this unpretentious neighbourhood cafe with a big heated pavement terrace, fun-loving staff and a laid-back vibe. It's a quintessentially Parisian spot to hang out any time of day, but especially during Sunday brunch, lunches built around bistro classics like steak tartare, and late at night.