Au cœur de Little Jaffna
Here is one of the most unusual places of Paris, the oldest Hindu temple in France! Since its creation in 1984, the Ganesh Temple in La Chapelle has been the unavoidable gathering point for the Tamils of Paris.
17, rue Pajol – 18e
Vivre la dolce vita
Everyone wants to live the dolce vita, it’s a fact. For them, it happens avenue du Maine, a few streets away from the Montparnasse Tower. A villa dedicated to culture has grown now more than a year.
21, avenue du Maine – 15e
A la campagne
The gardens of the Montmartre museum are not only unknown but above all super-exotic. They have fruit trees, lilacs and rose bushes, and a view of the vineyards of Montmartre. Who has the best neighborhood?
12-14, rue Cortot – 18e
Recup Paris has given life to a military fortress abandoned around Paris to make it a unique and lasting artistic and cultural space. Workshops, bunker, exhibitions … this unusual place has enormous potential and we adore it
174, avenue Jean-Jaurès – 93300 Aubervilliers
De l’autre côté du globe
If you want to make your friends believe that you are in Kyoto admiring the cherry blossoms, we have the perfect spot. The Albert-Kahn garden offers a luxuriant flora and a sense of perfect escape. If you go for a walk, you will find a Japanese temple, among others!
10-14, rue du Port – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Cap vers l’Orient
Established on 7500 m2, this place of worship knows how to make us travel: its Arabian gardens of 3500 m2 with orange trees and other delights to be seen and to taste are hidden within the enclosure of this splendid construction. Add to that its restaurant, tea room, hammam and shops, and that’s the change of scenery assured.
Grande Mosquée de Paris
2 bis, place du Puits-de-l’Ermite – 5e
Avec les animaux exotiques
We tend to forget that the National Museum of Natural History offers us the generous zoological park of Paris! With its large rock type Lion King of 68m high, we can’t miss it. Once inside, it is also impossible to miss giraffes, lions and other incredible rare animals!
Bois de Vincennes, avenue Daumesnil – 12e
Un aller/retour en Russie
As incredible as real, the St. Sergius Orthodox Church is a hidden wonder in the 19th Crimean Street. To have the chance to admire it, do not be afraid to go to the end of a narrow and unwelcoming alley. The game is worth the candle: inside, the murals of 1920 are splendid!
93, rue de Crimée – 19e
Welcome to the jungle
Armed with a hatchet, we dig into the infernal valley and tropical of the greenhouses of Auteuil, to the discovery of the plants and flowers that grow where the cold does not prevent you from get out of bed in the morning. The tropical greenhouses of Paris offer a little change of scenery that does not hurt.
3, avenue de la Porte d’Auteuil – 16e
Source: Le Bonbon