Théâtre-Musée des Capucines
A separate wing of the Musée du Parfum is located a short distance south in the Théâtre-Musée des Capucines . The activity in this...
Musée du Parfum
If the art of perfume-making entices, stop by this collection of copper distillery vats and antique flacons and test your nose on a few...
The top private museum in Paris, La Pinacothèque organises three to four major exhibits per year. Its nonlinear approach to art history,...
In this place – otherwise known as the FTSE (the London Stock Exchange) – drink prices are floated like stocks, with prices changing...
Don’t expect very much from the Y (pronounced ‘ee grec’ in French) except traditional, family-style Greek cooking and a warm welcome....
Lonely Planet review
The Olympia was opened by the founder of the Moulin Rouge in 1888 and is said to be the oldest concert hall in Paris. It has hosted all the big names over the years, from Édith Piaf to Jimi Hendrix and Jeff Buckley, though it’s small enough to put on a fairly intimate show.