Built in 1854, the Palais Rontaunay is a bourgeois villa which has preserved the elegant style of the 19th century.
Roland Garros Monument
On the waterfront, this statue honours the Réunion-born aviator Roland Garros, leaning nonchalantly on a propeller. Roland Garros was...
Cathédrale de St-Denis
Ambling down Ave de la Victoire, you'll come across the Tuscan-style Cathédrale de St-Denis, which was constructed between 1829 and...
The place to hang out, this buzzy bar with outdoor tables has a great selection of beers and spirit. There's also well-priced bar food...
Le Comptoir du Potager
For contemporary bistro cuisine, this boho-flavoured den is a winner. Pick from creative concoctions chalked on the board, and whatever...
Place de la Préfecture · interesting places nearby
One of the grandest buildings in St-Denis, the Préfecture began life as a coffee warehouse in 1734 and later served as the headquarters of the French East India Company.