Place des Quatre Dauphins
If anyone’s awake past midnight, chances are they’ll wind up at this happening basement club, with three bars and a dance floor. DJs...
Something of a hidden address, this elegant restaurant serenades the ravishing hôtel particulier in which it languishes. Two salons sit...
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Musée Granet information
Housed in a 17th-century priory of the Knights of Malta, this exceptional museum is named after the Provençal painter François Marius Granet (1775–1849), who donated a large number of works. Its collections include 16th- to 20th-century Italian, Flemish and French works. Modern art reads like a who's who: Picasso, Léger, Matisse, Monet, Klee, Van Gogh and Giacometti, among others, including the museum’s pride and joy: nine Cézanne works. Excellent temporary exhibitions.