With its amazing location, the studio is in heart of the "real" Paris. It's easy to walk 2 minutes and find the perfect spot, matching with your current mood. You'll be instantaneously seduced by his diversity of restaurants and bars.
And if you're feeling touristic, you can easily reach every monuments, museums - or any expected spot - in less than 20 minutes thanks to your feet or to the Métropolitain.
Three decades into its life, it's clear that the Centre Pompidou has succeeded in its aim of being both art gallery and cultural hub. Its modern and contemporary art collection, with over 50,000 works and multiple temporary exhibitions, is one of Europe's most significant, It includes works by artists such as Kandinsky, Matisse, Miró, and Picasso.
A major monument? and this is not the Eiffel Tower!
The Notre-Dame is not a historic relic, but a working Catholic church.
Come and visit the towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral on the Ile de la Cité in Paris, a Gothic masterpiece on the UNESCO World Heritage List that was celebrated by Victor Hugo's novel published in 1831. Discover panoramic views over the historic centre of the French capital.
The Eiffel Tower is a must-see anytime, but there is something magical about visiting the Eiffel Tower at night. Riding up the Eiffel Tower at night, looking out over the streets of Paris, you'll see why Paris is known as the "City of Light." At street level, seeing the spotlight on the top of the Tower zoom across the Paris skyline, and the reflection of the Tower in the Seine are sights not to be missed.
2 minutes far from the studio...
Passage Brady is one of two iron-and-glass covered "arcades" (known in French as 'Passages couverts de Paris') located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, constructed in 1828. It lies between rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis and rue du Faubourg-Saint-Martin.
Bistrot - French cuisine
Monday-Sunday : 8 am - 2 am
French cuisine - Brunch - Tapas
Monday-Sunday : 9 am - 2 am
VINTAGE BURGER, with a retro movie-theater decor upstairs
Monday-Saturday : 12:30 – 15:00 / 19:30 – 23:30