Although its name might suggest otherwise, this place isn't a cafe or nightclub but a fair-sized rock venue with room for ... More
Cafe de la Danse
Although its name might suggest otherwise, this place isn't a cafe or nightclub but a fair-sized rock venue with room for around 500 people. Inside the surroundings are cozy, warm-colored brick walls and a small bar. Pop and rock fans should keep a close eye on the program, which offers the very best in French and foreign bands. The hall is situated beside Rue de Lappe, in the Bastille area, well-known for its bars and small restaurants. Perfect for an after-concert meal or drink.
The storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, signaled the beginning of the French Revolution. It was a highly
symbolic event: the prison only held seven prisoners. Once the building had been demolished, the stones were used to ...
HOTEL YEAR BUILT 1900 YEAR REMODELED 2003 ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CENTRAL STANDARD CLASS HOTEL WITH 52 ROOMS LOCATED IN THE
CENTRE OF PARIS NEAR THE OPERA. HOTEL OFFERS GOOD LOCATION RENOVATED BEDROOMS MEETING ROOM BAR AND MODERN EQUIPMENT. HOTEL ...
A historic landmark in Paris since 1890, this cafe was a favorite of many great 19th century writers and artists.
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre always took his coffee and croissant on the terrace. These days you can drop ...