Located in the center of Paris, if would be difficult to imagine a better setting to visit the capital.
Saint Antoine street is, without a doubt, one the oldest routes of Paris. It sued to connect Lutèce (ile de la Cité) to Melun during gallo-roman times. It’s extension, Rivoli street, goes through Paris from East to West. This street will lead you to prestigious places, such as Bastille, l'Hôtel de Ville, Châtelet, Le Louvre, Le Jardin des Tuileries, la Place de la Concorde, and last but not least, the Champs-Elysées
Pass through the main building and the yard, and you’ll find a small renovated house where a tranquil environment is sure to bring out your peaceful side
The "Bastille" or "Saint-Paul" subway stations, line 1, are located at the entrance of the building. This line is the most popular and commonly used in Paris since it goes through Paris.
For your information, the building is located near Bastille place, across from Vosges, and within 10 minutes walking distance from city hall.
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