Bercy Village, Paris
About Bercy Village, Paris
Bercy Village, Paris - Address, Phone Number
Address: 28 Rue Francois Truffaut, 75012 Paris, France
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Outdoors, Shopping Center, Streets
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Located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, this little shopping street is a great getaway during evening hours. Dotted with white stone warehouses and quiet terraces, this street looks like a postcard picture as you walk down and explore. The street is also famously known as a paradise for shopaholics. Filled with charming stores and boutiques, this street is surely going to tempt you to empty your pocket. For foodies, there are numerous restaurants are where some authentic Parisian cuisines can be enjoyed. Not to miss is the wine market of this street which is said to be the largest wine market in the world. If you are a true wine lover, make sure you get a bottle from here for yourself.
Bercy Village Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Bercy Village Opening and Closing Hours
- Stores: 11am - 9pm (Monday to Saturday)
- Restaurants: 11am - 2am (Monday to Sunday)
How To reach Bercy Village by Public Transport
- Metro: line station 14;
- Bus: line 109, 111 (Stop Terroirs de France) or line 64 (stop – Dijon Lachambaudie)
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I felt in love with this petit place.. some shops, one cinema and some bar and restaurants where you can take a pause. 3euro for a cup of coffee but nice to spent
Go here! in Bercy village and be amazed at the originality of a part of the real French life in a real French suburb. Ideal hangout for young couples because of the romantic settings and choice of restaurants. While you are there pop up to the Accor arena stadium. parks and lots of beautiful areas for kids to play.
Definitely one of my top favourite areas in Paris. It has a special festive vibe all year round. Originally a one-track train station for cargo goods with warehouses on either side, it is now lined with little cafes and high-end fashion retail on either side with the end of the tracks resulting in the Bercy Cinema. A one-stop place for a night out especially if it's aperitifs, dinner and a movie. LOVE!
One of the best places to hang out! This little village feels just like home. Not only is it gorgeous and atypical, but also does it have great shops. My preference goes to having a piece of cheesecake from factory and co, and going to the rip curl store on Friday nights for live music!
Bercy Village is a cool little place for Americans to visit away from home there is a place called The Frog which has American style food and a Five Guys hamburgers but it is definitely Paris
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