Comfort Hotel Davout Nation Paris 20
110, rue des Orteaux
Phone: (33) 1 40092828
Fax: (33) 1 40097314
Grab a croissant and your cup of coffee and head off to one of the oldest flea markets in France called the Puces de Montreuil. Established in the 19th Century, it mainly stocks second-hand clothes (in good condition) and designer seconds. If wearing second hand clothes is not your thing, then browse through jewelry, antique engravings, appliances, crockery and even old furniture.
This 20th-arrondissement Parisian church occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts.
This 20th-arrondissement Church was constructed in 1937. It is constructed in art deco style and features an impressive series of stained glass windows and a bell tower of 53 meters (173 feet). The church occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts.
Campus de la Fonderie de l'Image is a modern institution for learning in Bagnolet. Multimedia, graphics and designing in creative arts are great when learnt here. Equipped with a spacious galleries, classrooms, studios, cafe and rooms for technical support; this place offers the best to its students. There are lectures, talks, exhibitions and other shows that keep it buzzing with activities. Contact them for more information.
A multi-purpose venue, 66 Pelleport is one of the city's most vibrant and happening places. With a total area of 350 square meters, the venue comes with four rooms that are suitable for a range of events, from cultural to private and even corporate gatherings. Moreover, its location has helped it gain immense fame over the years. Within a few meters lie the Place Gambetta, Porte de Bagnolet, main highways and other public transportation, thus facilitating easy and comfortable access to the venue. The four rooms, the Salle Bar, the Verrière, the Aquarium, and the Salle 360 all come equipped with good lighting, parquet flooring and are designed in the fashion of the Neo Modern architectural style. For further information please contact the venue.
This cultural center opened in 1993 in a Japanese styled building in the 11th Arrondissement of Paris. It was established to promote, sustain and develop Franco-Japanese relations across all cultural and scientific contexts. Throughout the year it hosts a variety of events including theatrical productions, art exhibitions, holidays and festivals, tea ceremonies, calligraphy classes, floral art ceremonies, and more.
This Protestant Lutheran church is situated in Paris' 11th Arrondissment. Its parish was founded in 1824, and it offers classical, choral, and instrumental concerts throughout the year.
The Kapla center is located at the tip of the Faubourg-Saint-Antoine, close to the Bastille. The district is extremely charming. The furniture makers and all other trades involving wood are housed in the Faubourg. More and more fashion designers have also recently decided to open shops in the district. The writer Patrick Sûskind, in "the Perfume" very accurately describes the atmosphere (and the smell!) of the street. The Kapla center offers workshops for children. With small pieces of wood called Kapla, they can build monsters, houses or cars. Children, a lot more than their parents, know that game and love it. The center also offers to babysit your kid during the course! They're really friendly.
The Faidherbe Library comes as a unique surprise for all those who love books and dancing. For the place is a Disco library with a collection of books on the disco dance and music. The library offers several facilities like internet browsing and as well as music CD's along with a vast collection of assorted books. You can also find a wide variety of music books, that would explain the nuances of musical octaves. However, the best part about this library is its documentary section, where you would be able to find documentaries on the whose who in the music world. So if you are interested in music and love books pay a visit to the Faidherbe Library.
Located in Montreuil, Conservatoire is a practice facility for music and dance artists. Managed by the culture ministry, it also conducts training activities for those interested in dance and music. Housed inside a building with unique architecture, the Conservatoire also organizes loads of cultural events.
This modular event space is situated in Paris' 12th arrondissement. It offers a conference room with 800 seats, a café/bar, and is adaptable to a wide range of events including receptions, meetings, expositions, and concerts. The interior features clean simple lines and elegant modern decor.
Rue Montgallet was created in 1672 and got its current name in 1775. A peaceful street of Paris, in the 1970s there was a farm courtyard. In the 1980s, this street is built with modest buildings and hardly any shops. In the 1990s, there were only two computer shops on Montgallet Street. The big change happened in 1995, when a famous computer brand opened a shop nearby, on Avenue Daumesnil. Since then, all shops have become computer shops, except two (very good) restaurants; they have even spread to Charenton Street, just around the corner. Nowadays, this street is a reference: people come from all over France to buy their computer in spare parts for a very good price. For further details do call the tourist information center at +33 8 3668 3112.