Musée du Luxembourg
Around the back of the Musée du Luxembourg , within the Jardin du Luxembourg, lemon and orange trees, palms, grenadiers and oleanders...
Le Bateau Ivre
Arthur Rimbaud's 1871 poem Le Bateau Ivre (The Drunken Boat ), depicting a fantastical and frightening sea voyage of a sinking boat...
Palais du Luxembourg
At the northern end of the Jardin du Luxembourg , the Palais du Luxembourg was built in the 1620s for Marie de Médici, Henri IV’s...
For decadent-and-then-some hot chocolate and delicious dining, head to the excellent salon de thé /cafe/restaurant Angelina, adjacent to...
La Cuisine de Philippe
Look up to see the beautiful muralled ceiling at this mustard-walled, tiled-floored old-style bistro. Soufflés – goat's cheese and...
19 rue de Vaugirard, 6e · interesting places nearby
Musée du Luxembourg information
Prestigious temporary art exhibitions, such as ‘Cézanne et Paris’, take place in the Musée du Luxembourg. Admission prices vary.