On weekdays its cobbled alleys are mouse quiet, but come the weekend savvy trendsetters mingle in this designer set of five vintage...
Art Nouveau Synagogue
The colourful Jewish quarter of Pletzl starts in rue des Rosiers and continues along rue Ste-Croix de la Bretonnerie to rue du Temple....
Hôtel de Sully
In the southwestern corner of place des Vosges is the back entrance to this aristocratic mansion, built in 1625 and home to the...
A heaving ‘after work’ drinks venue particularly in winter, La Mangerie offers a good choice of wine by the glass and cooks a colourful...
Affordable, creative Italian fare is good reason to dine at this small, elegant restaurant run by two young Florentines (hence the name,...
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Vert d’Absinthe information
Fans of the fée verte (green fairy), as absinthe was known during the belle époque, will think they’ve died and gone to heaven. Here, you can buy not only bottles of the best-quality hooch but all the paraphernalia as well: glasses, water jugs and tiny slotted spoons for the all-important sugar cube.