Nice little market with good atmosphere. A wide selection of restaurants i.e. pubs, 5 guys, Indian, French. and a few shops to pick up items you forgot to pack.
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Bercy Village is a nice place for having a lunch as there are lot of restaurants with good prices. There a lot of shops, too, but they are more boutigues and quite expencive.
Here got many place to eat&drink, from cheap to luxury Depends on what you want, place is nice but somehow busy There is a park & carefour city you can buy your own bear and drink there in park Also if you are tourist and...More
the exception, of course, being the charming Musee des Arts Forains, located adjacent to Bercy Village. As others have stated, The Village, at one time, was a conglomeration of wine warehouses where barrels were delivered by rail to boats on The Seine. Today, the old...More
This used to be one of Paris' wine warehouse depots. Much of the area has been recycled into a pretty park (extensive), but some of the warehouse buildings have been recycled into a shopping and dining village center. Good place to go see a move....More
Bercy Village is traffic free, next to the Metro and full of cosy shops and restaurants. It is a very artificial project however and there is nothing historic, nothing to visit. At closer look, the shops are expensive and sell mainly Chinese low quality stuff....More
a 5minutes bus away from porte de bercy ibis hotel. The pet store animalis there was great and provided great options for pet lovers. However some of their items might be a tad more expensive than usual. We had our best meal there at one...More