The Archaeological Crypt is under the square in front of Notre Dame. The 117m-long and 28m-wide area displays in situ the remains of...
Église St-Julien le Pauvre
Piano recitals (Chopin, Liszt) are staged two evenings a week in one of the oldest churches in Paris.
For serious gourmands, Sola is arguably the Latin Quarter's proverbial brass ring. Pedigreed chef Hiroki Yoshitake combines French...
14 rue St-Julien le Pauvre, 5e · interesting places nearby
Tea Caddy information
Arguably the most English of the ‘English’ tearooms in Paris, this institution, founded in 1928, is a fine place to break for a slice of quiche (€10) or a nice genteel tea (€6) with a Devon scone after a tour of nearby Notre Dame, Ste-Chapelle or the Conciergerie.