Le Dôme Bastille
Place de la Bastille
The Bastille, a 14th-century fortress built to protect the city gates, is the most famous monument in Paris that no longer exists....
Paris’ ‘Harrods for roller-heads’ rents and sells equipment and accessories, including wheels, helmets (€2), elbow and knee guards (€1).
Rollers & Coquillages
Suitable for all levels of ability, Rollers & Coquillages sets off on 21km-or-so routes from Nomades, where you can buy or rent...
Café des Phares
There is no better spot to bask in the morning sun and watch Parisian traffic twirl around the July Column than the Beacons Café, the...
Founded in 1864, Bofinger is reputedly the oldest brasserie in Paris, though its polished art nouveau brass, glass and mirrors...
Lonely Planet review
This lovely restaurant, little sister to the more established (and touristy) Dôme in Montparnasse and awash in pale yellows, specialises in superbly prepared fish and seafood dishes. The blackboard menu changes daily. Wines are a uniform €23.90 per bottle.