Metro-expo-resto

Metro-Expo-Resto #24

Publié le 27 November 2018

Hôtel de Ville was actually one of the first eight stations opened in the first stage of the Paris metro in 1900. It was later… Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #23

Publié le 24 October 2018

Get familiar with Champ de Mars, one of the ghost stations of Paris! It used to be on the line 8 and was opened in… Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #22

Publié le 1 October 2018

Served by line 10 of the Parisian Metro and RER B and C, Cluny la Sorbonne is a metro station in the heart of the… Read More

Metro-Expo-Resto #21

Publié le 23 August 2018

Served by lines 1 and 7 of the Parisian metro, Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre is a bustling station on the northern side of the Seine. Read More

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