Forêt de la Licorne
Musée National du Moyen Âge
The National Museum of the Middle Ages holds a series of sublime treasures, from medieval statuary, stained glass and objets d'art to...
Cours de Langue et Civilisation Françaises de la Sorbonne
The Sorbonne’s prestigious French Language and Civilisation Course has courses for all levels. A four-week summer course starts at €560,...
Le Caveau des Oubliettes
From the 16th-century ground-floor pub, descend to the 12th-century dungeon for cutting-edge jazz, blues and funk concerts and jam...
Le Pré Verre
Noisy, busy and buzzing, the Delacourcelle brothers’ jovial bistro plunges diners into the heart of a Parisian’s Paris. At lunchtime...
Lonely Planet review
It’s hardly five star, but for the price who cares? This cheap and cheerful Japanese traiteur serves pre-prepared sushi, maki, futo maki etc and a good choice of hot meils to a quick-eat crowd. Jugs of water and condiments are readily placed on each long, shared table, sushi platters include a bowl of miso, and there’s free tea or coffee to finish. Dishes to take away.