Église de la Madeleine
Place de la Madeleine
Ringed by fine-food shops, place de la Madeleine is named after the 19th-century neoclassical church at its centre, the Église de la...
The top private museum in Paris, La Pinacothèque organises three to four major exhibits per year. Its nonlinear approach to art history,...
École Ritz Escoffier
This prestigious cooking school is based in what is arguably Paris’ finest hotel (though you also enter from 38 rue Cambon, 1er). A...
Kiosque Théâtre Madeleine
Pick up half-price tickets for same-day performances of ballet, opera and music at this outdoor kiosk. Grab a copy of Pariscope from a...
Don’t expect very much from the Y (pronounced ‘ee grec’ in French) except traditional, family-style Greek cooking and a warm welcome....
Lonely Planet review
This church, in the centre of Place de las Madeleine, is a popular venue for classical-music concerts (some free); check the posters outside or the website for dates. Paris’ cheapest belle époque attraction is the public toilet on the church’s east side, which dates from 1905.