Marché aux Fleurs Reine Elizabeth II
Beneath the square in front of Notre Dame is the Archaeological Crypt. The 117m-long and 28m-wide area displays in situ the remains of...
A royal palace in the 14th century, the Conciergerie later became a prison. During the Reign of Terror (1793–94) alleged enemies of the...
Try to save Sainte-Chapelle for a sunny day, when Paris’ oldest, finest stained glass is at its dazzling best. Enshrined within the...
Théâtre de la Ville
It hosts theatre and music too, but this theatre is best known for its contemporary dance productions.
Feisty savoury tarts and quiches, jumbo salads bursting with fresh veggies, mountains of giant meringues piled high on the counter,...
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Marché aux Fleurs Reine Elizabeth II information
Blooms have been sold at this flower market since 1808, making it the oldest market of any kind in Paris. On Sunday, between 8am and 7pm, it transforms into a cacophonous bird market, the Marché aux Oiseaux .