Musée de la Monnaie de Paris
Due to have reopened after extensive renovations by the time you're reading this, the Parisian Mint Museum traces the history of French...
Intensive courses lasting from two to 12 weeks with eight participants cost from €624 to €3216. New courses begin every two, three or...
Paris’ oldest bridge has linked the western end of Île de la Cité with both river banks since 1607, when the king inaugurated it by...
Prescription Cocktail Club
With bowler and flat-top hats as lampshades and a 1930s speakeasy New York air to the place, this cocktail club – run by the same...
Should black pudding turn you on, Charcuterie Charles is your man. One of Paris’ few and most respected boudiniers (sausage makers),...
8 rue de Nevers · interesting places nearby
Establishing a kind of love/hate relationship with its regulars, the jubilant Highlander scrapes up the after-hours remains of the Left Bank pub crowd. This mainly means French students, Anglophone lassies, rugby players, hobos and combinations thereof, all intent on drinking until dawn. Downstairs from the Scottish pub is a quasi dance floor, moved more by Long Island iced teas served in pint glasses than any kind of rhythm.