The Musée Marmottan Monet, located in the 16th arrondissement, houses one of the city's largest Impressionism collections: 100 of Claude Monet's masterpieces (from Impression, Sunrise to the water lilies) as well as numerous works from the artist's personal collection (Gauguin, Guillaumin, Renoir,…
3 streets away from the appartment, thé Marmottant Museum about impressionism !
a local home in the XIX century in a garden with french impressionist painting
Fans of Monet and Impressionism, this museum contains good representations from his life's work. It was Claude Monet's son, Michel, who donated his father's collection to Musée Marmotton in 1966. Up until then the museum contained mostly pieces from the time of Napoleon, so today the museum is a…
“The Guimet Museum boasts an unrivalled collection from Asian civilizations with over 20,000 objects covering seven millennia of art. The Himalayan collection is a highlight but there are also collections covering China, Japan, India, Korea, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia.”
“One of our favorite restaurants in Paris in a magnificient place that has bébé completely rennovated 1 year ago and with an incredible international food. 1 street away from the appartment. Better make a réservation :) Quite expansive. ”
“Honoré de Balzac was a hugely influential French realist writer, whose famous series of novels known as La Comédie Humaine provides an extensive portrayal of French society after the fall of Napoleon. Balzac spent much of his time writing in his house in the heart of the old Passy village, now part of the 16th arrondissement. The last existing residence of a famous author in Paris, you can visit this house turned museum to see old manuscripts, paintings and relics, bringing life to Balzac and his family’s time there. Here Balzac wrote some of his most celebrated works in a coffee-fueled frenzy. ”
“A great place to relax -- or run around in. It's a very safe, lovely park with three playgrounds for kids of different ages, ping-pong tables, some exercise equipment and lots of lawn to sit out on. On Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings, there are marionette shows for little kids, a fabulous old-fashioned little carrousel, and donkey rides. ”