Former Hôtel de Ville
This colonial structure dating from the 1830s was the family home of former French prime minister Raymond Barre and the birthplace of...
Cathédrale de St-Denis
Ambling down Ave de la Victoire, you'll come across the fairly unassuming, Tuscan-style Cathédrale de St-Denis.
A funky drinking spot right in the centre. The streetside terrace allows for a dash of people-watching. Food is only so-so.
L'Atelier de Ben
A true alchemist, the French chef Benoît Vantaux has got the magic formula right, fusing French with Asian to create stunning cuisine....
Former Hôtel de Ville information
Lonely Planet review
Many consider the neoclassical Former Hôtel de Ville, at the north end of Rue de Paris, to be the city's most beautiful building; it's certainly very imposing, with its regimented columns, balustrades and jaunty clock tower.