Musée Ernest Hébert
Portrait painter Ernest Hébert (1817–1908) did likenesses of society people of the Second Empire and the belle époque and was therefore...
Chapelle Notre Dame de la Medaille Miraculeuse
Tucked away at the end of a courtyard across from Le Bon Marché department store, this extraordinary chapel is where, in 1830, the...
French courses (minimum one week) for all levels; registration takes place in situ five days before (minimum two weeks before online)....
Chez Les Filles
This female-filled hot spot, which – unlike its grandmotherly neighbour – transports an eager lunch crowd into the land of the Orient....
Lonely Planet review
Screened by lace curtains and filled with brocante (secondhand) furniture, this retro tearoom positively heaves at lunchtime, as the electrifying buzz of shoppers tucking into homemade quiches, savoury cakes, tarts and salads testifies. The ratatouille-and-mozzarella tart is a treat.