Situated next to the Père-Lachaise Cemetery, where famous personalities such as singer Jim Morrison are buried, this restaurant has become one of ... More
Mère Lachaise (La)
Situated next to the Père-Lachaise Cemetery, where famous personalities such as singer Jim Morrison are buried, this restaurant has become one of the district's favourite eating places. Filled with plants and flowers, the terrace gets loads of sun and, inside, the first room's decor is in retro chic style; painted wood, wrought iron lamps and lots of brass. The restaurant's other dining area, whose walls are covered in flashy, eye-catching fabric, provides more fashionable surroundings. Food is simple (savoury tarts, gratins, soup) and high quality.
Rustic French specialities opposite the Seine. The wide choice of dishes is mainly based on red meats and poultry, so
this is no place for vegetarians. Cheeses from Lyon are a house speciality, and the hot Lyon sausage stuffed ...
5 minutes from the Champs Elysees and the leading business centre in Europe, the CNIT, the Sofitel Paris La Defense
is a modern hotel offering a peaceful and refined ambience ideal for working or winding down. Tranquillity and space ...
Place des Vosges was built in 1605 by King Henry IV of France in the ancient aristocratic quarter of Marais.
It is still considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world with nine houses on each side ...