The surroundings of Le Beaubourg
Tips for your stay in our apartment
Located next to the apartments, the Rue Saint-Honoré is one of the oldest in Paris: it takes its name from the former collegiate church of Saint-Honoré (named after Saint Honoré of Amiens). The street is near the Jardin des Tuileries and the Saint-Honoré market, and offers a multitude of museums.
At 75 Rue Saint-Honoré the bakery Jean-Noel Julien, has been awarded several times (1990, 1993, 2003) as best baguette of the first arrondissement. You can also find a very good hot croissant in the morning, as well as delicious quiche for lunch.
At the opposite corner, at 48 Rue Saint-Honoré, you can find good fresh fruit and vegetables to "Les Vergers Primeurs".
A few steps from the apartment, at 6 Boulevard de Sébastopol, there is also a Monop', a small well stocked supermarket that can help you until midnight.
A few minutes walk from the Beaubourg, Apartments Rental Paris suggests Benoit (20 Rue Saint-Martin), one of the most manicured Parisian bistros. It is here that Alain Ducasse, one of the best representatives of French cuisine, declines its cuisine of Bistro at affordable prices.
A little detour on Rue Montorgueil, on the other side of Les Halles shopping center, you will discover, at number 51, the beautiful pastry Ströhler. The oldest pastry shop in France it dates back to 1730, when Nicolas Stohrer opened his bakery in the second arrondissement of Paris. In his kitchen still sweet delights are prepared invented at the time of the Great Court.