Our secret Paris
Our secret Paris
Far from the city’s most touristic sites, we have selected for you the hidden spots of Paris. 5 surprising places in the heart of the capitol to surprise you.
- Bourdelle Museum
The Bourdelle museum’s impressive collection follows the path of a life influenced by Rodin. More than 3000 sculptures and masterpieces are gathered in the painter’s workshop.
Opening time: From Tuesday to Sunday 12pm to 6pm
Access: Metro Gare Montparnasse
- Gustave Moreau Museum
Pioneer of the symbolist period, Gustave Moreau makes us travel between France and Italy. His work is fully part of the french heritage, a genius who has influenced centuries of classical art. The museum regularly organises concerts and workshops for all.
Opening time: From 10am to 6pm, closed on Tuesdays
Access: Metro Trinité, Saint Georges and Pigalle
- St Genevieve Library
Paris’ most beautiful library opens its doors for free (closed on Sundays). From 9am to 10am tours are organized and from 10am to 10pm, you can study or read in the gorgeous lecture room. Established in 1851, the library has been classified as an official historical monument protected by the State. The area, between the Mouff’ and St Michel, is an unmissable part of Paris.
- Roses garden
In the heart of the Marais, this garden is an oasis of peacefulness. A little corner of intimacy a few steps from La Place des Vosges to rest between flowers.
Opening times: From 8am to 7pm
Access: 10, rue des Rosiers or 35, rue des Francs-Bourgeois, metro Saint Paul
- Catherine Labouré’s garden
Relaxing moment on the grass of the former coven’s vegetable garden of sister Labouré. The garden looks like a piece of countryside in an urban environment.
Opening times: From 8am to 9:30pm
Access: Metro Sèvre Babylone