A long paved street, lined with white stone cellars and wide terraces, an architecture where stone blends harmoniously with steel, wood and glass: you have arrived at the Cour Saint-Émilion and its 42 wine cellars, classified Historic Monuments. They is the last vestige of the Bercy warehouses, where the largest wine market in the world was held for over a century. And it is here that Bercy Village was born in 2001, with its boutiques, bars, restaurants, festive atmosphere, entertainment, and of course the place’s special history.
A real Parisian village
Set up in magnificently restored wine storerooms, about thirty retailers open their doors here 7 days a week. Leisure activity, sports and children sectors are all particularly well-serviced with shops such as: Nature et Découvertes, ID Kids, IKKs Junior, Arena, Loisirs et création, Zing Pop Culture, Club Med, the official PSG boutique, Boutique Marathon, and Boardriders…
A place for leisure activity and entertainment, Bercy Village is also much sought-after for its varied selection of restaurants. Some examples include: Chai 33, a bar complemented with an extraordinary wine cellar; Frog at Bercy Village, the largest English pub in the capital; Boco and its gourmet, fast food offfer, and the Maison Pradier, an acclaimed pastry shop. To complete your village escape, head to Bercy Village’s UGC Ciné-Cité film complex, boasting no less than 18 theatres.
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.
- Car park
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