Metro-expo-resto

Metro-Expo-Resto #20

Publié le 18 July 2018

Served by line 13 of the Parisian metro, Liège is a relatively quiet station, next to Saint Lazare train station on the border of the … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #19

Publié le 25 June 2018

Served by line 1 of the Parisian metro, Louvre-Rivoli is a bustling station on the northern side of the Seine, next to the world famous … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #18

Publié le 22 May 2018

Served by line 7 of the Parisian metro, Pont Neuf is a bustling station on the northern side of the Seine, next to the Pont … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #17

Publié le 23 April 2018

Served by line 12 of the Parisian metro, Abbesses is a bustling station on the western side of the butte (hill) of Montmartre in the … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #16

Publié le 22 March 2018

Served by lines 3 and 11 of the Parisian metro, Arts et Métiers station is a quiet stop tucked away in the pleasant streets of … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #14

Publié le 23 January 2018

Connecting the lines 1, 5 and 8 of the Parisian métro system, Bastille is a busy and important station which saw a massive 13,706,765 passengers … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #13

Publié le 18 December 2017

Break out of the mould of “métro, boulot, dodo” (a French expression that, translated literally, means “Métro, work, sleep”) and get ready for “Métro, expo, … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #12

Publié le 22 November 2017

Break out of the mould of “métro, boulot, dodo” (a French expression that, translated literally, means “Métro, work, sleep”) and get ready for “Métro, expo, … Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #11

Publié le 31 October 2017

Situated in the heart of Paris, the metro station Concorde has seen millions and millions of people pass through it, from all walks of Parisian … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #10

Publié le 11 August 2017

Corvisart, in the 13ème arrondissement in Paris, serves the Parisian metro line 6. This station takes its namesake from la rue Corvisart that can be … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #9

Publié le 28 July 2017

Père Lachaise metro station is located on the border of the 11th and 20th arrondissements in Paris. Opened officially on the 31st January 1903 as … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #8

Publié le 29 June 2017

Charles de Gaulle Étoile metro station borders the 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements and connects the lines 1, 2 and 6, in addition to the … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #7

Publié le 23 May 2017

Located in the 7th arrondissement, Invalides metro stop takes its namesake from the nearby Hôtel des Invalides, an area of buildings and museums dedicated to … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #6

Publié le 28 April 2017

Taking its name from the nearby Théâtre de l’Odéon, this metro station was opened on 9th January 1910 - making it a grand old age … Read More

Metro-expo-resto #5

Publié le 8 March 2017

Don't be fooled by the latter half of the station name - "Bienvenüe" doesn't mean "welcome to Montparnasse", as might be commonly mistaken. Read More

Metro-expo-resto #3

Publié le 15 November 2016

Tucked away in the eighteenth arrondissement, this Métro station can be found at the square of the same name, Place Blanche. Read More

Metro-expo-resto #1

Publié le 12 October 2016

Break out of the mould of “métro, boulot, dodo”. Join us in our quest to discover the various stations dotted across the city. Read More