This hop-on, hop-off bus tour runs open-deck buses along four circuits (central Paris; Montmartre–Grands Boulevards; Bastille–Bercy; and...
The top private museum in Paris, La Pinacothèque organises three to four major exhibits per year. Its nonlinear approach to art history,...
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 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...
Le Roi du Pot au Feu
The typical Parisian bistro atmosphere adds to the charm of the ‘King of Hotpots’, but what you really come here for is its pot au feu,...
Lonely Planet review
Don’t expect very much from the Y (pronounced ‘ee grec’ in French) except traditional, family-style Greek cooking and a warm welcome. The lunch menu is available until 8pm. The mezzanine area is a pleasant place to sit and there are occasional art and photographic exhibits here.