Still a time machine despite numerous renovations, the Grand Rex (1936) is the last of the grand old movie houses in Paris. ... More
Le Grand Rex
Still a time machine despite numerous renovations, the Grand Rex (1936) is the last of the grand old movie houses in Paris. Étoiles du Rex (Stars of the Rex) guided tours are a must for any self-respecting cinephile. A definite must-visit theater! Visit the website for more information.
Built by Victor Louis between 1773 and 1780, the Grand Theâtre is considered as one of the most beautiful 18th
century buildings in Europe. Well known companies, such as the National Orchestra of Bordeaux Aquitaine, perform here, but the ...
Located in the fashionable embassy district of Paris, this hotel is a true oasis of calm. The Sofitel Paris Le
Faubourg has 147 rooms and 25 suites elegantly decorated by Pierre Yves Rochon. The hotel attracts travellers from all ...
Le Point Virgule (The Semicolon), a comedy club in the Marais district, the historical quarter of the capital, features comics
all year, and in particular during its renowned Humor Festival in late summer. One man shows, sketches, impressions, improvisation, ...