Arènes de Lutèce
Wine Tasting in Paris
Situated on a winding cobblestone Latin Quarter backstreet, this wine-tasting school offers various options for tastings, including its...
James Joyce's Flat
Peer down the passageway at 71 rue du Cardinal Lemoine: Irish writer James Joyce (1882–1941) lived in the courtyard flat at the back...
Classes at this culinary school include classic French cookery and patisserie courses, allowing you to create your own éclairs and choux...
Beans from Parisian roastery l'Arbre à Café (Brazilian, Ethiopian and Costa Rican espresso blend, and Ethiopian filter blend), Lyon...
Behind a sky-blue façade, carpets, traditional instruments and other jumble lend this Afghan restaurant a central-Asian caravanserai...
49 rue Monge, 5e · interesting places nearby
Arènes de Lutèce information
The 2nd-century Roman amphitheatre Lutetia Arena once seated 10,000 people for gladiatorial combats and other events. Found by accident in 1869 when rue Monge was under construction, it’s now used by locals playing football and, especially, boules (similar to lawn bowls). Hours can vary.