Posted in Visit Paris le 15 October 2020
The Hôtel de l'Université welcomes you in a setting in which serenity and elegance combine perfectly. During your stay, you’ll enjoy visiting one of the exotic assets of Paris: the flower and bird market on the Île de la Cité.
Posted in Visit Paris le 5 August 2020
Both historic and modern, Paris also wants to become an environmentally friendly city. The recent proliferation of cycle paths allows you to move around the capital in a healthy, zero carbon way.
Posted in Visit Paris le 5 July 2020
Less than 20 km from the Hôtel de l'Université, the estate and the Palace of Versailles have reopened, with visiting by reservation only. This is a golden opportunity to visit this jewel of French heritage, culture and history in complete tranquillity!
Posted in Visit Paris le 10 February 2020
A few Metro stations from the Hôtel de l'Université, opposite the Museum of Natural History and the Jardin des Plantes, stands the Grand Mosque of Paris. More than 60,000 visitors come to see this impressive building every year. Discover this holy place, a vibrant testimony to Muslim art but also to religious tolerance and Islamic culture.
Posted in Visit Paris le 10 June 2019
Paris boasts countless wonders. Some are famed throughout the world while others are less well-known but just as interesting. You can get to see them in different ways; by bicycle, in a motorcycle sidecar, by taking a tour in a panoramic bus... But have you considered a horse-drawn carriage ride? Delightfully romantic, a tour of Paris in a calèche is also great family fun and the perfect way to fully enjoy the charms of the capital. A unique and timeless experience that is full of charm and elegance.
Posted in Exhibitions and Museums le 10 May 2019
Paris is a city famous for the sheer quantity and variety of its museums and monuments. Like many other capitals, the city has set up a system that allows tourists to visit its most precious cultural treasures cost-effectively and without having to queue. It’s called the Paris Museum Pass. When you’re planning your next Parisian break, you might wish to consider buying this handy fast-track pass to save time and money.