Le Musée du Luxembourg a été le premier musée français ouvert au public en 1750. Il est devenu, à partir de 1818, le premier musée d’art contemporain.
In 1818, the Musée du Luxembourg was designated a “museum for living artists”, or in other words, a museum of contemporary art. David, Ingres and Delacroix, among others, were exhibited there. Nowadays the Musée du Luxembourg is one of the leading exhibition spaces in Paris, with several temporary…
Salon de thé / restaurant..délicieuses patisseries et chocolat chaud maison très réputé
Patisserie salon de thé du musée du luxembourg ; excellente pause gouter ou pause déjeuner
After visiting the museum of Luxembourg, you may have a wonderful afternoon tea in the shadow of the chestnut trees. You may also access to the famous Mont Blanc cake without queuing up for one hour as in Angelina Rivoli.
Really small museum but of high quality. Do not miss the exhibition! And have a coffee or a dring in the small coffee on the side.
“This is one of the most beautiful streets in Paris. You have the Pantheon in one end and at the other the Luxembourg Gardens and a view of the Eiffel Tower. ”
“Best macarons in Paris. Famous for its savoury delicatessen as well. Amazingly tasty and stunningly cakes. Phenomenal chocolate”
“Lots of bars and places to have fun at night here. It is really a lively and fun street to go hang out at night.”
“Central, literary and historic district erected after the french revolution on the gardens of Catherine de Medicis. Today, it's a part of Saint-Germain-des-Pres with a lot of bars, restaurants and shops. A fantastic location !”