IN THE HEART OF PLAINE MONCEAU IN PARIS
– THE NEIGHBOURHOOD –
La rue de Tocqueville
Rue de Tocqueville is a street located in the Plaine-de-Monceau and Batignolles districts of the 17th arrondissement of Paris.
It is served by Metro lines 2 and 3 at Villiers station, line 14 at Pont Cardinet, as well as by RATP bus lines 30 and 53.
– Nearby –
Saint Lazare train station
Gare de Paris-Saint-Lazare, also known as the Gare Saint-Lazare, is one of the six major terminus stations of the SNCF network in Paris. Located in the Europe district of the 8ᵉ arrondissement, it is one of the former railheads of the West-State network.
Haussmann Les Grands Magasins
Considered as the first shopping center in Europe with its 120 million annual visitors, the boulevard Haussmann is a real city within the city.
The Paris Opera
A historical monument open to visitors during the day.
It presents lyrical and choreographic shows.
With its cobbled streets, its amazing basilica, its artists, its bistros… Montmartre has a crazy charm! Perched on the top of a hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of the village charm that so appealed to 19th and 20th century artists.
Les Champs Elysée
The Champs-Elysées avenue is no longer presented. One comes there to admire the great monuments, to shop, to vibrate during the great events… Day and night, there is always something happening on the most beautiful avenue in the world.
The Palais des Congrès
Located a few steps from the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Palais des Congrès de Paris welcomes more than 1,200,000 visitors and 235 national and international events every year.
Classical concerts, piano recitals, chamber music and opera. With more than 160 concerts each year, this hall is a unique place, as much for the music that is produced there as for the architectural ensemble that it constitutes. Since 1987, it has been classified as a historical monument.
– OUR BEST ADDRESSES –
62 rue Legendre 75017 Paris
36 rue de Levis 75017 Paris
30 rue Legendre 75017 Paris
31 rue Legendre 75017 Paris
Le P’tit Canon
36 rue Legendre 75017 Paris
Palais des thés
Boutique de thé
36 rue Lévis 75017 Paris
Boutique de miel
44 rue de Lévis 75017 Paris
Le Repaire de Bacchus
51 rue de Lévis 75017 Paris
Le Faisan doré
51 rue de Tocqueville 751017 Paris
Remarkable buildings on de Tocqueville Street
Former private mansion of the perfumer Guerlain, of eclectic style, built by the architect Paul Selmersheim; the year of its construction is indicated on the façade: ANNO 1880.
Building of 1897 signed in frontage by the architect Léon Benouville; the author and comedian Maxime Fabert (1898-1978) lived at this address from 1937 to 1977, as indicated by a plate in frontage.
Immeuble construit par l’architecte Charles Plumet en 1897
Former Art Deco building of the Procédés Dorel, classified façade, today office building. Architect : Frédéric Bertrand (1869-1956).
Former industrial site of the Établissements Duval, of which the building at the corner with the rue Cardinet still remains, as well as a tall chimney visible at 92 rue Cardinet, before becoming the HEC school from 1881 to 1964 (whose main entrance was at 108 boulevard Malesherbes), until it moved to the Jouy-en-Josas campus.
Square de Tocqueville.