Next to the Cinematheque Francaise, a long paved street lined with white stone storehouses and vast terraces, architecture carefully combining stone, steel, wood and glass… Cour Saint-Émilion and its 42 storehouses listed as Historical Monuments are all that remains of the Bercy storage site where the world’s *biggest wine market was held for over a century.
In 2001, the site was transformed to become Bercy Village which, as its name suggests, is a real village in the heart of Paris, with shops, bars, restaurants, its own festive atmosphere, events and history. Inside the wonderfully renovated storehouses refurbished by architects Valode and Pistre, around thirty boutiques are open seven days a week.
There are several big-name leisure, sport and children’s stores such as
Natures et Découvertes, Oliviers & co, Fragonard, Dammann Frères, Fnac, Levis, Rituals, Maje and Sandro.
Food and film
Bercy Village is also a great destination for food and entertainment, with a wide variety of eateries: Chai 33, a bar with an astonishing wine cellar; Frog at Bercy Village, the capital’s well-known British pub; Le Paradis du Fruit for healthy eaters, and Five Guys and its famous burgers. And to keep you entertained, there’s an 18-screen cinema, UGC Ciné-Cité de Bercy Village.
Access and contact
Metro : Station Cour Saint-Émilion (Line 14) Bus : Terroirs de France (lines 24, 109 et 111) - Dijon-Lachambaudie (line 64)
Days and opening hours
All year round between 10 am and 2 am.
- Car park
Documentation languages (home)
- Hearing disability
- Mental disability
- Visual disability
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
- WC + grab handle + adequate space to move