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Notre-Dame de Paris

Bercy - AccorHotels Arena & Bercy village

Station F

The Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital

Ecole nationale des arts et métiers

Garden of plants, Parc Montsouris and Luxembourg garden

Gare de Lyon station and Austerlitz station

Bastille

Gare du Nord station

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Notre-Dame de Paris

 

Located thirty minutes walk from Jack’s Hotel, discover the remarkable Paris’ Notre-Dame cathedral. Besides becoming a symbol of French literature thanks to Victor Hugo, the cathedral is a symbol of cultural heritage in our country and represents one of the most visited monuments in France. This Gothic architectural masterpiece reflects the era of the Middle Ages and the old Paris on an Île de la Cité very quaint. You will marvel at its stained glass, its rose windows and its mysterious gargoyles decorating the building.

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Bercy : AccorHotels Arena & Bercy village

 

The AccorHotels Arena is the Paris’ utlimate performance hall. Recently renovated, the performance hall offers an amazing sound quality, a management of pyrotechnics and a lighting have been conceived to awaken all your senses.
Not far from the AccorHotels Arena, there is a calm and relaxing neighborhood : Bercy Village. Let yourself be charmed by this cobbled street where merge the flowered terraces, art of living shops and to love of good food as well as leisure centres and cinemas accessible to all.

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Station F

 

Station F is the largest start-up incubator in the world! Founded by the businessman and entrepreneur, Xavier Niel and inaugurated by the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, a thousand of start-ups have decided to settle in order to develop their project. The complex also houses a new Big Mamma address which became an unmissable place in Paris for night owls: The Felicità. Despite the 1000 covers offered, the Italian restaurant is victim of its success and for having the chance to delight your taste buds, you will have to plan it ahead !

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The Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital

 

You will also find in the heart of Paris’ 13th arrondissement the first French hospital group. Born on the ashes of the small arsenal previously named the “Salpêtrière” which were produced the ammunition powders, the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital was built in the XVIIth century instructed by Louis XIV. Both a proximity and a specialized hospital, today the hospital is one of the biggest of the public Assistance – Paris Hospitals (AP-HP), whose services and specialities references are recognized nationally and internationally.

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Ecole nationale des arts et métiers

 

Since its creation in 1780, the École nationale supérieure d’arts et métier aims to train general engineers and industry executives to the disciplines of mechanical, energy and industry engineering. This is an historically renowned public school delivering a general engineering degree. ENSAM represents 15 research laboratories and a doctoral school developing teaching and research activities focus on three main areas that are the “mechanics, materials, processes,” the “Fluids and energy systems” and “Designing, industrialization, risk decision.”

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Garden of plants, Parc Montsouris and Luxembourg garden

 

The thirteenth arrondissement of Paris is full of green areas. Stroll through one of the three largest parks and gardens of the neighborhood. The Garden of Plants is a green haven. During the summer, it offers a colors and fragrances show … What to bring freshness to your walk! The Parc Montsouris, located to the south, is the ideal place to organize picnics or jogging through its hilly setting. The Luxembourg Garden is a park full of history and is a lovely place to stroll, enjoy a good book or just chat with friends.

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Gare de Lyon station and Austerlitz station

 

Located in central Paris, Gare de Lyon station is easy to reach and has all kind of shops, ideal to wait for its train. Perfect to begin or end your stay, enjoy a drink at the gourmet restaurant Le Train Bleu. It is an institution! Austerlitz station, located in the area of the Salpetriere, is rather at the head of the “classic” lines that serve particularly southern Île-de-France, Orleans, the Berry and the Massif Central. It could be developed in the next decade for the arrival of the high-speed rail line project.

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Bastille

 

The Bastille area, with a rich historic past, offers different atmospheres to its visitors and has become today a place to spend your nights in Paris. Place de la Bastille is a real historic crossroads with its center, the famous July Column, a symbol of the revolution and freedom. Lively, vibrant, this neighborhood of Paris is full of bars and all kinds of restaurants. You can also have fun at the Bastille Opera which hosts one of the greatest ballets, operas and symphony concerts.

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Gare du Nord station

 

The Gare du Nord station has an international focus and is a major crossroads between the 10th arrondissement of the capital with the northern France and neighboring countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Germany. It is the leader of the parisian rail network and has up to thirty channels making this station, the largest in Europe in terms of traffic. The Gare du Nord station is now the subject of a registration as an historic monument since the 15 January 1975.