You will find The Café de la Paix in the 12 Boulevard des Capucines, just a few meters from the Opéra Garnier. It was designed by Charles Garnier. It has been attended by all the most important characters of 20th century thanks to its location next to Opéra. Among the prestigious guests we can include writers such as: Emile Zola, Oscar Wilde and of course Ernest Hemingway, great admirer of the French city.
Near Île de la Cité you can visit the oldest café in Paris and maybe even in Europe. Thanks to its typical furniture it became a Parisian institution.In fact, in this café were seated important protagonists of the last century.
Place du Tertre is near the Sacred Heart Basilica in the center of Montmartre. In this square painters will offer you a portrait,a pretty souvenir of Paris.
The Maison de Balzac is a museum house in Paris dedicated to the very famous writer Honoré de Balzac. It is located near the famous Bois de Boulogne park, in the residential district of Passy. It is the only still visitable house belonged to the author.
You can visit the house of the great French writer in the elegant Rohan-Guéménée building. It is located in the charming Place des Vosges, the heart of the Marais district. It is one of the three literary museums in Paris.
Musée Rodin is located in an elegant 18th-century building, the Biron Hotel in the 7th arrondissement. Since 1919 the museum is dedicated to this French sculptor, in the gallery, in fact, you can see more than 600 works, all made by him.