I am not a fan of Maillol permanent collection, but check if there are some temporary exhibitions. They are generally very good. Charming hotel Particulier.
Nestled at the heart of Paris' 7th arrondissement, the Musée Maillol presents a comprehensive collection of Maillol's works. When you enter the building, which itself is full of history, you will be able to contemplate some of his most important canvases and sculptures, such as the intriguing "Woman…
Less known however super popular by locals, an impressive architecture with secret Cézanne, Degas, Matisse and Picaso collections.
“Café Vavin is the typical parisian brasserie, right at the corner of our block. The food is fairly good, but we specifically recommend you to have breakfast at 9/10 AM on the terrace. This is a very nice place also to chill out in the evening with a glass of wine.”
“This Hermès is built in what was the former pool space for Hotel Lutetia, you can still see the tiles from the pool inside. ”
“Don’t miss the garden open untill late in the warm season you can picnic in this romantic setting ”
Point of Interest
“This very little place is a jewel. Enter in the Flamant shop rue de l'abbaye, and walk through to the exit right at the place. You will also find the very intimate museum of Eugene Delacroix there.”